Fusarium thapsinum is the dominant species associated with sorghum stalk rot in Queensland and northern NSW

Kelly, L., Tan, Y. P., Ryley, M. and Aitken, E. (2011). Fusarium thapsinum is the dominant species associated with sorghum stalk rot in Queensland and northern NSW. In: , ACPP APPS 2011. New Frontiers in Plant Pathology for Asia and Oceania. 4th Asian Conference for Plant Pathology (ACPP) concurrent with the 18th Australasian Plant Pathology Conference, Darwin, NT, Australia, (73-73). 26-29 April 2011.

Author Kelly, L.
Tan, Y. P.
Ryley, M.
Aitken, E.
Title of paper Fusarium thapsinum is the dominant species associated with sorghum stalk rot in Queensland and northern NSW
Conference name 4th Asian Conference for Plant Pathology (ACPP) concurrent with the 18th Australasian Plant Pathology Conference
Conference location Darwin, NT, Australia
Conference dates 26-29 April 2011
Proceedings title ACPP APPS 2011. New Frontiers in Plant Pathology for Asia and Oceania
Publisher APPS
Publication Year 2011
Sub-type Oral presentation
ISBN 9780646555416
Start page 73
End page 73
Total pages 1
Language eng
Q-Index Code EX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ
Additional Notes Session 19—Disease surveys B

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