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Papaya Diseases and Integrated Control

  • José Aires Ventura
  • Hélcio Costa
  • Joseli da Silva Tatagiba

Abstract

Diseases are a significant limiting factor for papaya production. The nature and frequency of these diseases depend on local conditions and effective management depends on a thorough knowledge of the pathogen, host plant, environment, and their interaction. The precise identity of the causal agent is of paramount importance, and disease management options must be economical. Assessment of disease incidence or severity, and fruit loss are the key factors in determining the economics of disease management. In general, disease management strategies involve different practices that include plant resistance, and prophylactic and curative measures. The papaya diseases related have diverse etiologies, divided into those with biotic (infectious) and abiotic (noninfectious) etiologies that affect the fruit and those affecting the plant. We have attempted to emphasize procedures for diagnosis and control with detailed information on each. Descriptions of pathogens are provided in sufficient detail to assist professional diagnosticians in making accurate diagnosis. Fungicides used to control many of the diseases described in this chapter are mentioned for information proposes only. Legal restrictions and regulations of fungicide use vary among countries, and regulations within any country are subject to change over time. The information reported has been extracted from the available scientific literature and the authors’ experience, and we hope that this publication will provide a helpful reference to growers, students, and professionals working with papaya.

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Infected Plant Carica Papaya Postharvest Disease American Phytopathological Society Papaya Fruit 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • José Aires Ventura
    • 1
  • Hélcio Costa
    • 1
  • Joseli da Silva Tatagiba
    • 2
  1. 1.Research Plant PathologistIncaperVitória, ESBrazil
  2. 2.Plant PathologistCNPq./Incaper; CRDR-LinharesLinhares

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