volume 25, issue 4, P402-406 2019
DOI: 10.1590/2447-536x.v25i4.2019
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Mariana Cunha Stutz, Renato Carrer Filho, Geisiane Alves Rocha, Érico de Campos Dianese, Marcos Gomes da Cunha

Abstract: Abstract Zamioculcas zamiifolia (Araceae) is one of the most widely grown exotic species in Brazil as ornamental plants and in landscape design. Despite tolerating transport and being well adapted to low-light environments, this ornamental is attacked by different pathogens. Thus, the aim was to detect and identify the pathogen that causes stem rot in commercial Z. zamiifolia crops. Z. zamiifolia plants exhibiting stem rot symptoms were sent for phytosanitary diagnosis. In a culture medium, the fungal isolate …

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