1 Related Pests
Cladosporium graminum, Cladosporium herbarumMycosphaerella schoenoprasi, Mycosphaerella tulasnei, Mycosphaerella tassiana, Penicillium cladosporioides,Hormodendrum cladosporioides, Monilia humicola
This pathogen is considered primarily a post harvest pathogen that does not cause disease in most of it's hosts (CLADCL-1). The fungus has been isolated from seed in some hosts, but does not transmit or cause disease in most cases.
Wide host range
Pathway not proven. This fungus was found on seed samples collected but seed contamination had no effect on germination and no evidence of seed transmission was provided. No other references found indicating seed is a pathway, especially from commercially grown seed. This fungus is primarily a post harvest fungus and field debris may provide survival habitat for the fungus (CLADCL-1)
This test was used for research purposes and has not been standardized or validated.
Cladosporium cladosporioides. In: Crop Protection Compendium. Wallingford, UK: CAB International. www.cabi.org/cpc.
Zhang Y, Han JG, Bolkan H and Shi QH, 2006. The mycoflora of perennial ryegrass seed and their effects on the germination and seedling vigour. Seed Science and Technology, 34:429-441.
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