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Leaf spot disease of broad bean caused by Alternaria tenuissima in Japan


, : Leaf spot disease of broad bean caused by Alternaria tenuissima in Japan. Plant Disease 85(1): 95

In April 1999, a leaf spot disease was observed in faba beans growing in commercial fields in Shimane prefecture, Japan. The causal organism was identified as A. tenuissima. A. tenuissima infection was also observed in plants growing in all 15 fields surveyed in other areas of Shimane prefecture in June 2000. In some fields, plants were defoliated and stems and pods were also infected.

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