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PHYTOPHTHORANICOTIANAEVAR. PARASITICA, A VERSATILE FUNGUS CAUSING BUCKEYE FRUIT ROT OF TOMATO - A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC4238 | Page : 40-48
Citation :- PHYTOPHTHORANICOTIANAEVAR. PARASITICA, A VERSATILE FUNGUS CAUSING BUCKEYE FRUIT ROT OF TOMATO - A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2004.(25):40-48
Satish K. Sharma and N. P.Dohro61
Address : JARI, Regional Station, Amartara Cottage, Cart Road, Shimla, H. P. - 171 004, India

Abstract

Buckeye fruit rot is a major limiting factor in tomato cultivation. The disease is caused by Phytophthora nicotianae var. parasitica, which has generally been reported to infect only green fruits. However, at places, it has been reported to infect other plant parts too. Information in this review, has been presented on distribution, losses, symptomatology, etiology, infection, host range and perpetuation of this disease. Management practices, including cultural, biological and chemical have been described in detail.

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