Post-harvest diseases of tomato in India

Srivastava, M. P. ; Tandon, R. N. (1965) Post-harvest diseases of tomato in India Mycopathologia, 29 (3-4). pp. 254-264. ISSN 0301-486X

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A systematic account of nine fungal diseases of tomatoes caused by Alternaria tenuis, Colletotrichum dematium, Cladosporium fulvum, Fusarium roseum, Malustela aeria, Myrothecium roridum, Oospora lactis f. parasitica, Phoma sp. and Rhizopus nigricans during storage has been given. Except Oospora rot the other diseases included in the present paper have not been recorded previously from India. Post-harvest decay of tomatoes due to Malustela aeria has not been described from any part of the world and is new to science.

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