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Re: Expert help needed on a soil fungus attacking amorphs

  • Subject: Re: Expert help needed on a soil fungus attacking amorphs
  • From: Raj Shekhar Misra <rajshekharmisra@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Wed, 9 Sep 2009 09:52:45 +0530 (IST)

Can you tell me whether small, brownish, mustard like round and hard structures are also formed in between  white fungal mycelia. If yes, the fungus is Sclerotium rolfsii. In any case, kindly drench the healthy plants with 0.1% solution of carbendazim.
Dr.Raj Shekhar Misra
Principal Scientist & Head
Crop Protection Division
Central Tuber Crops Research Institute
Sreekariyam, Trivandrum-695017(India)
Mobile Phone No. 91-9446557657
Phone-0471-2598551 to 2598554

From: Ty York <exoticplant07@yahoo.com>
To: aroid-l@gizmoworks.com
Sent: Sunday, 6 September, 2009 7:55:36 AM
Subject: [Aroid-l] Expert help needed on a soil fungus attacking amorphs

I have some sort of white looking fungus ? in my soil attacking one of my konjacs. The leaf drooped over and I inspected and it was rotting off at the soil level. I dug up the bulb and it was fine, but the white looking fungus was on the babies and they were rotting off. I also has this attack a toad lily plant in another location and the plant died right away. Does anyone know how to stop this and what to use. I attached some pics of the konjac baby that was infected with the white stuff. I  have never seen this before, but I don't want it to spread. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Ty

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