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Potential pathogenicity of pasture plant root-colonising fungi to seedlings of legumes and grasses
Proceedings of the New Zealand Plant Protection Conference
A rapid screening test using seedlings grown axenically on water agar was used to determine the capacity of 70 fungal species, isolated from pasture plant roots, to invade and damage seedling roots of 12 plant species common in Waikato pastures. Deleterious effects on roots of one or more plant species occurred following inoculation with these fungi and some species showed potential to be virulent pathogens, particularly to clover seedlings which were more susceptible to root damage by a largerdoi:10.30843/nzpp.1996.49.11458 fatcat:7bwl2eklbfd4bp7pmw5zobn7ta