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Studies on diseases of lucerne caused by fungi. 1. Investigation on the mycoflora of lucerne seeds stored under different humidity conditions


, : Studies on diseases of lucerne caused by fungi. 1. Investigation on the mycoflora of lucerne seeds stored under different humidity conditions. Zeszyty Problemove Postepow Nauk Rolniczych 131: 363-378

Seeds were kept for 6-12 months at 2-23 deg and 25-85% RH. These conditions favoured the development of Ascochyta imperfecta Alternaria tenuis Cladosporium cladosporioides, Fusarium oxysporum and Pleospora herbarum.

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