Research Regarding the Prevention and Combating the Coccomyces Pathogen (Staining Cherry Leaves)
AbstractInitially, on the infected cherry leaf appear spots, shaped points, purple or reddish, visible especially on the upper face of the language. On the underside of the leaf, next to the epiphyte spots, there is a white mold, stromatics consisting of conidiophores and conidia. The expansion of the brownie area, especially on the leaf edge, has the effect of leaf twisting. The damaged leaves fall prematurely. The mushroom’s mycelium is endoparasites intercellular. On this mycelium it forms the sporulation grouped in acervuls.
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