|Title:||Monitoring Phytophthora infestans inTaiwan for Population Shifts that May Affect Late Blight Management Strategies||Authors:||Tien-Cheng Wang
Kenneth L. Deahl
|Keywords:||phytophthora infestans;physiological race;mating type;metalaxyl;Genotype characterization||Issue Date:||15-Nov-2005||Publisher:||Agricultural Research Institute, Council of Agriculture||Start page/Pages:||194-201||Source:||Symposium on Taiwan-America Agricultural Cooperative Projects||Conference:||Symposium on Taiwan-America Agricultural Cooperative Projects
Late blight caused by Phytophthora infestans is one of the most destructive diseases on tomato in Taiwan, especially in the eastern Taiwan. A total of 307 isolates of the pathgen collected by AVRDC- The World Vegetable Center during 2003 to 2005 were aggressive to both tomato and potato. All isolates were A1 mating type and all, except one isolate collected in 2003, were resisant to Metalaxyl.
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