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Fungus in growth chambers

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Old 03-31-2009, 11:34 AM
Vera Nunes
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Hello,

I have three Arabidopsis growth rooms with a fungus related problem. The
symptoms appear on leafs and translate in a chlorotic area surrounding a
translucent zone. Almost all plants are affected. The soil also gets
moldy and with algae even if not watered in excess and with good aeration. Did
anyone had a similiar problem and can give some hints how to prevent and solve
this two situations? And can you advise me a good website or book with pictures
of symptoms and signs of the several diseases and pests that might affect
Arabidopsis?

Thanks a lot!

Vera Nunes


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