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Tolerance of Sclerotinia minor to Procymidone and Cross Tolerance to Other Dicarboximide Fungicides and Dicloran¹

Authors: D. M. Porter , P. M. Phipps

  • Tolerance of Sclerotinia minor to Procymidone and Cross Tolerance to Other Dicarboximide Fungicides and Dicloran¹

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    Tolerance of Sclerotinia minor to Procymidone and Cross Tolerance to Other Dicarboximide Fungicides and Dicloran¹

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Abstract

Procymidone-tolerant isolates of Sclerotinia minor Jagger were cross-tolerant to iprodione, vinclozolin and dicloran. Hyphal growth of procymidone-tolerant isolates an agar amended with 1 to 100 gmL procymidone, iprodione, vinclozolin or dicloran was similar. Procymidone-tolerant isolates were tolerant to all fungicides after 10 weekly hyphal tip transfers to nonamended agar. Subsequently, cross-tolerance persisted on agar amended with either 10 gmL procymidone, iprodione, vinclozolin or dicloran. Most procymidone-tolerant isolates of S. minor were pathogenic to peanuts (Arachis hypogaea L.) and caused symptoms similar to those initiated by sensitive isolates.

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Keywords: fungicide resistance, Sclerotinia blight, epidemiology, peanuts, Arachis hypogaea

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Porter, D. & Phipps, P., (2022) “Tolerance of Sclerotinia minor to Procymidone and Cross Tolerance to Other Dicarboximide Fungicides and Dicloran¹”, Peanut Science 12(1), p.41-45. doi: https://doi.org/10.3146/pnut.12.1.0010

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Published on
01 Jan 2022
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Author Notes

1Cooperative investigation by Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the Department of Plant Pathology, Physiology, and Weed Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

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