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Downy mildew of Rudbeckia fulgida cv. Goldsturm by Plasmopara halstedii in Virginia
Author(s): C. X. Hong
Journal: Plant Disease
Article Topic(s): Pathology
Research Setting(s): Greenhouse,Nursery
Species Referenced: Rudbeckia fulgida (Orange coneflower),
AbstractReports on the observation of a pathogen, identified as Plasmopara halstedii, on Rudbeckia hirta cv. Goldsturm at a commercial nursery in Virginia Beach, VA. The disease resulted in loss of marketability of the plants effected. This pathogen attacks a number of plants in the genera of Centaurea, Coreopsis, Erigeron, Helianthus, and Verbena in addition to Rudbeckia species.
Suggested CitationC. X. Hong. "Downy mildew of Rudbeckia fulgida cv. Goldsturm by Plasmopara halstedii in Virginia." Plant Disease 90.11 (2006): 1461-1461.