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Disease Severity of Angular Leaf Spot Disease by Different Inoculation Method and Eco-Friendly Control Efficacy in Strawberry.
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Disease Severity of Angular Leaf Spot Disease by Different Inoculation Method and Eco-Friendly Control Efficacy in Strawberry.
Kim, Da-Ran; Gang, Gun-hye; Cho, Hyun-ji; Yoon, Hae-Suk; Myoung, In Sik; kwak, Youn-Sig;
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 Abstract
Recently, bacterial angular leaf spot disease, caused by Xanthomonas fragariae, causes severe damage in strawberry production and its' export to other countries, since the pathogen has been classified as an A2 quarantine pathogen. Typical the Angular Leaf Spot (ALS) disease represent that water-soaked angular spots symptoms, bacteria ooze exudate under relatively high humidity condition and later the spot become reddish brown on the leaf surface. The pathogen disseminated by irrigation water, infected mother plant and farmer's hand. In this study, we reported that rubbing inoculation method showed more effective in the pathogen dissemination than infiltration with needles, regardless the strawberry cultivars. Additionally, Dichloroisocyanurate (NaDCC) treatment in commercial strawberry fields provided reliable efficiency to reduce the bacterial angular leaf spot disease incidency and severity.
 Keywords
Bacterial angular leaf spot disease;Dichloroisocyanurate (NaDCC);Rubbing inoculation;Strawberry;Xanthomonas fragariae;
 Language
Korean
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