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Black scurf of potato

AuthorsMartín, María P. ; El Bakali, Abdessamad M.
Keywordsblack scurf
Rhizoctonia solani
Thanatephores cucumeris
Issue Date2006
British Mycological Society
CitationMycologist 20: 130-132 (2006)
AbstractBlack scurf of potato is a serious disease commonly observed in most potato-producing areas of the world. Caused by Rhizoctonia solani AG-3 (teleomorph Thanatephorus cucumeris [Frank] Donk), this desease is favoured by the capacity of fungus to survive in soil as sclerotia and mycelium in plant debris for long periods, and environmental conditions of low soil temperature and high soil moisture. Management of the desease requires an integrated approach since no single tactic is totally effective. An effective control program combines cultural practices, fungicides, biological control and solarization.
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