First Report of Alternaria Black Spot Disease Caused by Alternaria alternata on the Invasive Weed Solanum rostratum in Xinjiang, China
Baldwin, Timothy C.
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AbstractSolanum rostratum is a noxious weed, native to Mexico and the USA, which has invaded Liaoning, Jilin, Hebei, Inner Mongolia, Shanxi, Xinjiang and Beijing, China (Eminniya et al., 2013). In August 2015, foliar symptoms of yellowish to black spots were observed on plants of S. rostratum nearby an agricultural plantation in Changji, Xinjiang. The following year, about 17% of the 206 plants surveyed on about 0.2 ha of deserted farmland were infected from July-September (at 19-35°C under 29-97% RH).
CitationFirst Report of Alternaria Black Spot Disease Caused by Alternaria alternata on the Invasive Weed Solanum rostratum in Xinjiang, China J.-W. Guo, C.-X. Han, Y.-G. Zhang, Y.-X. Lu, H.-Y. Wang, Y. Wang, T. C. Baldwin, C.-Y. Li, W.-J. Li, and H. Shao Plant Disease 2019 103:5, 1021-1021
PublisherThe American Phytopathological Society
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