ASPERISPORIUM CARICAE PDF

Jul 11, PDF | On Sep 10, , José Ricardo Liberato and others published Asperisporium black spot of papaya (Asperisporium caricae). Jan 30, Citation: Liberato JR, McTaggart AR & Shivas RG () Asperisporium Black Spot of Papaya (Asperisporium caricae) Updated on 10/9/ Ellis, M.B.; Holliday, P. Asperisporium caricae. CMI Descriptions of Pathogenic Fungi and Bacteria. Remarks (public): For a complete description.

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No resistance to the aspeerisporium in papaya germplasm has been detected. For practical reasons we have decided not to translate all pages in several languages anymore because it was too heavy to maintain but some of the labels of the basic and advanced query pages are still available.

Australasian Plant Pathology, 37 6: Look for the dark brown to black spots on the fruit and on the underside of the leaves where the spores are produced; on the top surface the spots are light brown with yellow margins, and fade in colour as they age. In Florida, USA, the disease occurs seasonally in late winter and spring.

The spores from the underside of the leaves are spread in wind and wind-driven rain. They are sent to a computer by website operators or third parties. Continuing to use www.

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Asperisporium Black Spot of Papaya

Distribution Maps Top of page You can pan and zoom the map. Make sure that axperisporium undersides of the leaves are sprayed, as this is where the spores are produced.

Restricted to Central and S. Black pustules on the abaxial surface of the leaf are characteristic of this disease. IMI Herbarium, unda; Ullasa et al. Open the calendar popup.

Look to see if the leaves dry and die early when the spotting is severe.

Disease of Papaya Carica papaya L. Penetration is stomatal and macroscopic symptoms are seen days after inoculation. This will help to protect your privacy.

No other cookies than the ones mentioned above are used on our websites. Addition and re-examination of Japanese species belonging to the genus Cercospora and allied genera. Black spot of mango-Ghana. Ellis MB; Holiday P, The pustules also occur on fruit.

Fact sheet – Papaya black spot ()

Copper against bacterial black spot in mango. Please consider upgrading your browser to the latest version or installing a new browser. You may be, however, able to change your browser settings to cause asperosporium browser to refuse cookies in general, block third party cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent.

Later the lesions become necrotic and whitish. Mango bacterial black spot.

Lesions on leaves and fruit become velvety black Ellis and Holiday, ; Adikaram and Wijepala, ; Schroeder, Spraying with foliar protectant fungicides such as dithiocarbamates is effective Schroeder, Click on the language titles to asperisporlum them. On the lower surface, the lesions are covered with masses of fungal spores which appear as dark dots.

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The disease is worse in wet weather. Crop Protection Compendium http: Cookies mentioned in the last point are Google analytics cookies that are IP anonymized which means that we cannot trace single users. This is used when first reloading the page. Aspegisporium reducing plant vigour, the fruit becomes inferior and blemished.

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Black spot, blight or ‘rust’ of papaw Carica papaya. For a complete description including images see www. Asperisporium black spot in Carica papaya: This Add-on is available at http: Little control seems to be necessary but Bordeaux is effective and sanitary measures to reduce inoculum have been recommended.

The lesions are superficial and do not enter the flesh cqricae the fruit. No edible varieties show high resistance.