BOTRYTIS IN PLUM AND OTHER HOSTS IN THE ORCHARD
BOTRYTIS IN PLUMS AND OTHER HOSTS IN THE ORCHARD
2017, ‘Come out, come out, where ever you are!’ SA Fruit Journal, April – May, 28 – 32.
Species of the genus Botrytis are plant pathogens of numerous food and ornamental crops. Botrytis cinerea, specifically, is a generalist fungus that infects more than 220 host plants worldwide, among them numerous fruit crops, and also stone fruit such as plums.
2017, ‘Technology transfer goes online’, SA Fruit Journal, October – November, 66 – 67.
Burger, D.A., 2005, ‘A summary of factors influencing the susceptibility of cold stored red globe table grapes to SO2 damage’, SA Fruit Journal 4(1), 50-51.
Crouch, I. & Taylor, M., 2013, ‘The impact of harvest maturity & cold storage duration on superficial scald development on Granny Smith apples’, SA Fruit Journal , 12(5), 64-70.