Neck rot on allium : Botrytis aclada (= B. allii)

J.M. van der Wolf, A.S. Duriat

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    Abstract

    Botrytis aclada (synonymous to Botrytis allii) is the causative agent of neck rot in onion, grlic, leek and shallot. Neck rot is mainly a storage disease, although infection originates in the field as described for Botrytis blast. The incidence of neck rot in Indonesia is unknown
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2006

    Keywords

    • neck
    • decay fungi
    • allium
    • botrytis allii
    • storage disorders

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