Diseases of Austrian winter peas in Idaho  [1969]

Fenwick, H.S.

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A 4-year survey of diseases in Austrian winter peas was conducted in northern Idaho. The survey was supplemented by isolating pathogenic organisms from diseased roots, stems and leaves. Diseases of major importance are: leaf spot and black stem incited by Ascochyta pinodella and white mold incited by Sclerotinia sp. Root rots incited by species of Fusarium, Pythium and Aphanomyces are of lesser importance. Diseases considered to be of minor importance are those incited by species of Alternaria, Septoria, Stemphylium, Erysiphe and Pseudomonas. Mosaic viruses also are included in the later category.

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  • Plant Science and Plant Products
  • plants
  • botany

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Plant disease reporter

ISSN : 0032-0811