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Relative Virulence of Botrytis cinerea and B. mali in Apple Lesions

R. H. Etebarian, D. T. O’Gorman, and P. L. Sholberg

September 2010

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Botrytis cinerea and recently B. mali have been identified as important postharvest pathogens of apples in British Columbia, Canada. Three isolates of both B. cinerea and B. mali were studied alone and in combination by inoculating mature ‘Gala’ apple fruit to compare their potential for causing decay.

doi:10.1094/PHP-2010-0920-01-RS

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