Interaction ofErwinia spp. andFusarium roseum ‘Sambucinum’ on the Russet Burbank potato View Full Text


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DATE

1983-06

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J. R. Davis, L. H. Sorensen, Gale S. Corsini

ABSTRACT

Laboratory and field studies with the Russet Burbank (RB) potato provide evidence for synergism betweenErwinia carotovora var. atroseptica (Ea) andFusarium roseunt ‘Sambucinum’ (Fs). When these pathogens were inoculated together, the severity of tuber rot was significantly greater than when either pathogen was inoculated separately. Similarly, these pathogens interacted to reduce yield. When both organisms were uniformly applied to puncture wounds on potato seed (inoculum suspension consisted of 108 cells/ml Ea and 105 cells/ml Fs), the total yield was reduced by 46% and U.S. #1 yield by 53%. These reductions occurred even though blackleg symptoms (caused by Ea) were negligible (< 1%). In contrast, inoculations withErwinia carotovora var.carotovora (Ec) and Fs did not interact to reduce potato yield. Potato yields were also not influenced when these pathogens (Ea, Ec, Fs) were separately inoculated.Verticillium wilt (Verticillium dahliae) was significantly less when tubers were inoculated with either Ea, Ec, Fs, Ea + Fs, or Ec + Fs than with uninoculated tubers. More... »

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409-421

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