Etiology of Peanut Pod Rot in Nicaragua: II.<br>The Role of <i>Pythium myriotylum</i> as Defined by Applications of Gypsum and Fungicides

Fig. 2. Clusters of large appressoria shown horizontally (A) and vertically from the top (B), swollen sporangia (C) and oogonia and antheridia (D) of Pythium myriotylum in PDA culture with pod rot symptomatic shells.



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Etiology of Peanut Pod Rot in Nicaragua: II.
The Role of Pythium myriotylum as Defined by Applications of Gypsum and Fungicides