The soil-borne, obligate biotrophic pathogen, Plasmodiophora brassicae W., is the causal agent of clubroot disease on oilseed rape and many other Brassicaceae.
RlmS Interview between Steffen Rietz, Christian Flachenecker and Barbara Henze
Barbara: Hello Christian, hello Steffen, the rapeseed season 2020 shows again a broad range of new challenges for winter rapeseed in Europe. While the north of Europe suffered quite a lot from strong rainfalls and higher temperatures during winter the south of Europe was faced with another long-lasting period of drought, even during winte...
Phoma stem canker (Leptosphaeria maculans)
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Phoma is one of the most important diseases in oilseed rape cultivation due to its widespread and regular occurrence. Associated damages vary up to 20 % depending on the variety, cultivation, and year. In cases of early infestation, damages ...