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Scorch disease of rhizomatous iris

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J. G. Bald, University of California, Riverside.

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California Agriculture 25(2):6-7.

Published February 01, 1971

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: While working on scale tip rot of lilies, it was discovered that the same bacterium, Pseudonwnas, might also be the cause of scorch disease of rhizomatous iris. Bacteria isolated from scorch-diseased iris that looked like the lily Pseudomonas were inoculated to bulb scales of Easter lily with positive results and the original bacterium was reisolated from the lily scales.

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Some of this work on iris scorch disease was done at Cornell University, with the cooperation of Drs. Dimock and Randolph of the Department of Plant Pathology.

Scorch disease of rhizomatous iris

J. G. Bald
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Scorch disease of rhizomatous iris

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Authors

J. G. Bald, University of California, Riverside.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 25(2):6-7.

Published February 01, 1971

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: While working on scale tip rot of lilies, it was discovered that the same bacterium, Pseudonwnas, might also be the cause of scorch disease of rhizomatous iris. Bacteria isolated from scorch-diseased iris that looked like the lily Pseudomonas were inoculated to bulb scales of Easter lily with positive results and the original bacterium was reisolated from the lily scales.

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Author notes

Some of this work on iris scorch disease was done at Cornell University, with the cooperation of Drs. Dimock and Randolph of the Department of Plant Pathology.


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