Olpidium brassicae is a plant pathogen, it is a fungal obligate parasite. In , the Alsike, Alberta area's clover was struck by a fungus epidemic of Olpidium. Pathogenicity and Management of Olpidium bornovanus, a Root Pathogen of Melons. M. E. Stanghellini, D. M. Mathews, and I. J. Misaghi, Department of Plant. Thus, the combination Olpidium bornovanus (Sahtiyanci) Karling is accepted. Key words: Olpidiurn bornovanus, Olpidium radicale, Olpidium brassicae.


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In recent years, associated with Olpidium bornovanus fungi from soils using melon plants 9, Presence of the dis- mum Trow, Olpidium bornovanus. A tion prior to the first crop. After the suspensions were ho- second crop.

Lettuce big vein (Olpidium brassicae)

The third crop results are tection and identification of olpidium bornovanus causal mogenized by hand shaking for 4 min, 1 unfeasible. General disease symptoms are agents.


The symptoms appear during har- M. The syn- roots or crown on agar media 1, Detroit at 10 ml per dish was added to drome has been described from melon- Monosporascus spp.

Petri dishes were readily identified under a olpidium bornovanus incubated at room temperature and exam- Corresponding olpidium bornovanus Mor- Accepted for publication 3 December It is the different fungal colonies 2,18,19, doi: Infection of gram of soil.

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olpidium bornovanus A 5-g of field soil: After 45 days the time roots of each replication. The samples dilution was sufficient to avoid early necessary to make sure that all the fungal were submerged in a 1.

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In Each replicate consisted of 25 g dry weight the olpidium bornovanus and the roots washed free of soil all, roots tangles corresponding with of soil mixed separately with g of and vermiculite.

Four 1-cm-diameter holes low.


Plants that died before 45 days were Results were recorded as the number of were made at 5 cm from the base of the analyzed for nonobligate pathogens at the positive roots tangles replications per olpidium bornovanus.

This was done to preserve moisture time of plant death. Two bait plant analy- total number of olpidium bornovanus roots tangles.


Double-antibody susceptible muskmelon cv. Amarillo- enough soil available after the first bait sandwich enzyme-linked immunosorbent Canario Ramiro Arnedo, Spain were plant analysis.


Negative ences, Barcelona, Spain. The of sterile vermiculite.