ASPERISPORIUM CARICAE PDF
Jul 11, PDF | On Sep 10, , José Ricardo Liberato and others published Asperisporium black spot of papaya (Asperisporium caricae). Jan 30, Citation: Liberato JR, McTaggart AR & Shivas RG () Asperisporium Black Spot of Papaya (Asperisporium caricae) Updated on 10/9/ Ellis, M.B.; Holliday, P. Asperisporium caricae. CMI Descriptions of Pathogenic Fungi and Bacteria. Remarks (public): For a complete description.
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Asperisporium Black Spot of Papaya
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Black spot, blight or ‘rust’ of papaw Carica papaya. Field and laboratory evaluations of fungicides for the control of brown spot Corynespora cassiicola and black spot Asperisporium caricae of papaya in far north Queensland, Australia. Knowledge Bank home Change location. Run Zhang 1 and Dr.
The pustules can cover the whole lesion Maublanc, This Add-on is available at http: Click on the language titles to launch them. The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available. Addition and re-examination of Japanese species belonging to the genus Cercospora and allied genera.
Although often reported from America virtually nothing is known of the biology of A. Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need. Diagnostic Notes The fungus: No resistance to the disease in papaya germplasm has been detected. Black spot of mango-Ghana. Mango bacterial black spot. Rose black spot Diplocarpon rosae. A disease of papaya new to Kenya. Viruela de la papaya.
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Go to distribution map One or more of the features that are needed to show you the maps functionality are not available in the web browser that you are using. Distribution Table Top of page The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information asperisporiumm.
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Look for the dark brown to black spots on the fruit and on the underside of the leaves where the spores are produced; on the top surface the spots are light brown with yellow margins, and fade in colour as they age. Remove infected leaves and fruit as soon as they are seen, take them out of the plantation and burn them.
Black spot of papaya, Asperisporium caricaeon the underside of the leaf. The damage to fruit is entirely cosmetic. If the leaves are severely infected they turn brown and die. Large numbers of spots cause the leaves to dry, die and fall. Ellis MB; Holiday P, Usually, the disease is a minor problem, although heavily spotted leaves result in extensive leaf fall. Distribution Maps Top of page You can pan and zoom the map.