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First report of blossom blight and green fruit rot of sweet cherry caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in Oregon

, : First report of blossom blight and green fruit rot of sweet cherry caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in Oregon. Plant Disease 91(8): 1058

During May and June of 2006, trees of sweet cherry Lapins were observed with white fungal growth on blossoms and young fruit in 2 commercial orchards in central Oregon, USA. The entire blossom clusters and 30% of fruit clusters were affected. Rot on the fruit was firm, light brown, and covered the entire fruit, extending halfway down the pedicel. Affected blossoms were light brown and stuck to adjacent fruit and blossoms. The pathogen was identified as Sclerotinia sclerotiorum.


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