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Diseases of Cannabis sativa Caused by Diverse Fusarium Species
Frontiers in Agronomy
The potential of species of Fusarium to cause significant economic losses in Cannabis sativa due to plant diseases and mycotoxin residues is the subject of this review. Sixteen species of Fusarium, reported as associated with cannabis production, are classified in six species complexes: Fusarium oxysporum, F. solani, F. incarnatum-equiseti, F. sambucinum, F. tricinctum, and F. fujikuroi. Taxonomy in this genus is the subject of debate, and removal of species in the F. solani Species Complex todoi:10.3389/fagro.2021.796062 fatcat:rlx367djuzb75k3d6tzmn4a2be