Etiology of Peanut Pod Rot in Nicaragua: I. The Effect of Pod Size, Calcium, Fungicide, and Nematicide

Fig. 2. Peanut pod rot caused by Sclerotium rolfsii in Cosiguina, Nicaragua. Note the uniform discoloration of infected pods, sclerotial initials of S. rolfsii, and the premature seed sprouting, which are typical of pod rot associated with S. rolfsii.



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Etiology of Peanut Pod Rot in Nicaragua: I. The Effect of Pod Size, Calcium, Fungicide, and Nematicide