The peculiarities for developing of apple scab’s pathogens in ascigerous stage and the disease expression in Western Forest-Steppe of Ukraine

  • A. Skoreyko
  • T. Andriychuk
  • M. Gunchak
Keywords: scab, apple tree, causative agent, spread, development of the disease, ascospores, pseudothecia

Abstract

The researches results for ascospore stage causative agent and disease appearing in Western Forest-steppe of Ukraine were provided.

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Published
2018-11-19
How to Cite
Skoreyko, A., Andriychuk, T., & Gunchak, M. (2018). The peculiarities for developing of apple scab’s pathogens in ascigerous stage and the disease expression in Western Forest-Steppe of Ukraine . Interdepartmental Thematic Scientific Collection of Plant Protection and Quarantine, (64), 203-207. https://doi.org/10.36495/1606-9773.2018.64.203-207

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