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Black dot: an often overlooked disease of potato tubers


, : Black dot: an often overlooked disease of potato tubers. Phytoma 50(498): 39-41

Black dot is usually considered as a minor disease of potato in France, but the recent rise in sales of washed tubers for the fresh market makes tuber-blemishing diseases of increasing concern to growers. Recent surveys showed that the pathogen is widespread in French potato-producing areas and that most cultivars are susceptible to the disease.

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