Theodora Sălcudean (Ioniţă), Camelina Ştefan, Rodi Mitrea
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The research was carried out in the green area of ​​Craiova, on the assortment of ornamental plants and aimed at monitoring the appearance and evolution of the spectrum of fungal pathogens, under the climatic conditions of the year 2019, a year poorer in rainfall compared to the average of the last 10 years. The monitoring of the pathogens attack revealed the presence of the attack of 18 phytoparasites specific for 12 species of host plants, 8 plants showing the attack of a single pathogen, 3 plants of 2 pathogens each and one plant was attacked by 4 pathogens. Most host plants have been attacked by some specific pathogens, with the exception of dracila and mohonia which have been attacked by a single pathogen (Microsphaera berberidis). The most common diseases identified are in the category of spots being produced by fungi of the genera Septoria, Phyllosticta, Sphaceloma, Diplocarpon, Cladosporium, Blumeriella, Venturia, followed by those in the category of powdery mildew produced by species of the genera Microsphaera, Erysiphe, Sphaerotheca, rot fungi of the genus Monilinia and rust produced by 1 species of the genus Phragmidium.


Cite this paper: Sălcudean (Ioniţă), T., Ştefan, C., Mitrea, R. (2020). MONITORING THE ATTACK OF DIFFERENT PATHOGENS ON SOME ORNAMENTAL PLANTS FROM DIFFERENT GREEN SPACES OF CRAIOVA MUNICIPALITY. Current Trends in Natural Sciences, 9(17), 232-237.

Current Trends in Natural Sciences

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