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Evaluation of dwarf coconut (Cocos nucifera L.) germplasm to the damage intensity caused by foliar diseases
Australian Journal of Crop Science
Coconut palm (Cocos nucifera L.) is a perennial crop with economic importance in Brazil. However, the culture is susceptible to several pathogens, such as Camarotella acrocomiae (large verrucosis), C. torrendiella (small verrucosis) and Botryosphaeria cocogena (leaf blight). These diseases reduce the leaf area of the plants. They usually occur as complex which are known as verrucosis leaf blight (CVLB). The objective of this study was to evaluate six accessions of dwarf coconut preserved in thedoi:10.21475/ajcs.17.11.10.pne748 fatcat:coyqkxa5jncajouj7hzrxfvena