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2005, vol. 33, iss. 4, pp. 427-430
About the unusually strong appearance of quince and medlar rust in Serbia
University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Agriculture
Keywords: quince tree; medlar tree; rust; Gymnosporangium confusum; symptoms; pathogen; control measures
Abstract
During 1988 a strong infection were noticed on leaves, young fruits and twigs of foregoing mention fruit trees (Fig. 1a-d). Based on symptoms appearance and morphological characteristics of the fungus, the causal agent was identificated as Gymnosporangium confusum Plowr., species to which most probably belong. Host plants, aecia, aeciospores (Fig. 2) and other structures of the pathogen are given as well as control measures against the fungus investigated.
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