Fruit, leaf and stem diseases of Carica papaya L.
Control of C. papaya diseases requires intervention both on the field and post harvest. Leaf and stem diseases may spread to the fruit and result in poor fruit yields. This study described common papaya diseases of the fruit, leaf and stem with associated pathogens of C. papaya L. Powdery mildew affecting fruit, leaf and stem, necrotic stem, Phytophthora blight, stem end rot and Erwinia...
Published at Journal of International Scientific Publications
Published in 2015
Oniha, M. I. and Egwari, L. O. (2015).
Oniha Margaret » Miss Oniha Margaret is a graduate of the department of Botany, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos State. She obtained her second degree in Microbiology from Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State. She is an assistant lecturer in the department of Biological Sciences (Microbiology Programme). She is currently on her PhD and her areas of research include Phytopathology and Biotechnology. view full profile
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