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A reduction of leaf wetness duration was positively correlated (r2 = 0.71; P < 0.001) with a decrease in severity of anthracnose of caraway, caused by the fungus Mycocentrospora acerina. Lodging and higher plant density prolonged leaf wetness duration. Disease incidence and severity of anthracnose were reduced by crop management activities minimizing leaf wetness duration. Reduction of nitrogen levels reduced the risk of anthracnose development in spring and biennial caraway. Decreasing thedoi:10.18174/njas.v47i1.477 fatcat:axygjn4tcfam7hd4nlaeuy55tu