cepae is a soil-borne fungal pathogen that causes basal rot
disease of onion (Allium cepa L.) resulting in significant yield losses of the crop.
Garlic may be susceptible to basal rot
, white rot or botrytis rot (which is sometimes called "neck rot").
Because metabolic processes are at a near-standstill in winter, plants cannot use excessive soil moisture whereas pathogens that function at lower temperatures can, thereby increasing the susceptibility of dormant plants to basal rot
and other fungal infections.
The two most serious diseases of lilies caused by fungi are basal rot
and botrytis blight.
haematococca as the cause of basal rot
on sweet pepper.
Some bulbs also suffer from basal rot
, a soilborne fungus, it spreads rapidly in warm, moist soil.
The shoot, crown, and root rot phase of anthracnose has been referred to as anthracnose basal rot
(ABR) by Jackson and Herting (1985).
Or it could be basal rot
against which there is no control.
Any other fungal diseases such as rotting, or fluffy pinky-white basal rot
on daffodils is also a bad sign.
is a highly destructive disease of onion (Allium cepa L.) that is caused by the fungus Fusarium oxysporum Schlechtend: Fr.
Other varieties that have caught my eye in the region are King Midas which is claimed to be the best yellow Daffodil and resistant to the dreaded black basal rot
cepae (Hans.) Snyder and Hansen, the cause of basal rot
disease of onion (Allium cepa L.).