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Control of lettuce drop disease caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum with metham-sodium soil treatment and foliar application of benomyl.
Many studies have suggested that crop density is related to sclerotinia stem rot incidence [19,18,17,14], but few have demonstrated this relationship in canola.
Before the duo's finding, only plant-disease-causing fungi like Sclerotinia sclerotiorum were reported to produce microsclerotia--not their insect-infecting brethren.
AxN-1-55 was released in 2005 as a mid group II maturity germplasm line for use as a parent because of its high level of resistance to Sclerotinia stem rot [caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (Lib.) de Bary].
Turkington and Morrall, [21] tried to establish the relationship between plant density and sclerotinia stem rot, finding that disease was inconsistently related to their measures of canopy density.
Gulya and Seiler say their ultimate goal is to find new genes that can be incorporated into American sunflower hybrids to make them more resistant to fungi that cause diseases such as downy mildew, rust, and Sclerotinia stalk rot.
Skylla is partially resistant to Sclerotinia stem rot {also called white mold, caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (Lib.) de Bary].
You can read about work that's helping protect beans, sunflowers, and other plants from one of their worst fungal pathogens, Sclerotinia. This microbe causes a serious disease known as "white mold."
These germplasms are available for use by the sunflower industry and public researchers to create hybrids, parental lines, or germplasms with improved Sclerotinia [caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (Lib.) de Bary] head rot tolerance.