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Last Updated: 28 July 2022

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Neocosmospora spp. associated with dry root rot of citrus in South Africa

Citrus is one of South Africa's most popular fruit crops grown. Citrus dry root rot is a common disease in major citrus production areas worldwide. Using morphological and molecular analyses, the variety of Neocosmospora species related to dry root rot symptoms of Citrus trees cultivated in South Africa was discovered. Of the identified taxa, the most notable taxa were N. citricola, N. ferruginea, and N. solani, though N. brevis, N. crassa, N. hypothenemi, and N. noneumartii were the only taxa reported.

Source link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/bioproject/840076

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