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Interference of low temperature with the control of tomato early blight through use of nocturnal illumination

, : Interference of low temperature with the control of tomato early blight through use of nocturnal illumination. Phytopathology 56(12): 1430-1431

The fungus became less sensitive to light below 23[degree]C; at 15[degree]C it sporulated at its maximum potential in the presence of continuous light. Sporulation in cultures held in darkness was not affected by changes in temperature between 15 and 27 C. This method of disease control may be useful in tomato-growing areas where nocturnal temperatures are 25[degree]C or above.


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