Disease incidence of tar spot symptoms on Chrysopogon zizanioides for leaves 7 days after spraying detached leaves (A) and for whole plants 10 days after spraying leaves attached to potted plants (B), respectively, with Microdochium chrysopogonis isolates GDMCC 3.683, LNU-196 and LNU-197. Values are shown as the means, with the error bars representing the standard error. For each pathogen, columns with the same letter indicate means that are not significantly different according to a least significant difference (LSD) test (P < 0.05).

 
 
  Part of: Lu X, Mai M, Tan W, Zhang M, Xie J, Lu Y, Niu XL, Zhang W (2023) ´╗┐Identification and fungicide sensitivity of Microdochium chrysopogonis (Ascomycota, Amphisphaeriaceae), a new species causing tar spot of Chrysopogon zizanioides in southern China. MycoKeys 100: 205-232. https://doi.org/10.3897/mycokeys.100.112128