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L.W. Burgess, P.E. Nelson & Toussoun, (1982)
The fungus was first described in 1982 after it was found infecting potatoes in Australia. It causes plant diseases such as corn ear rot and wheat head blight. It has also been found on hops causing a necrotic blight on the cones.
- Fusarium crookwellense. MycoBank.
- Sugiura, Y., et al. (1993). Fusarium poae and Fusarium crookwellense, fungi responsible for the natural occurrence of nivalenol in Hokkaido. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 59(10) 3334-8.
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- Pethybridge, S. J., et al. (2001). First report of Fusarium crookwellense causing tip blight on cones of hop. Plant Disease 85(11) 1208.
- Sugiura, Y., et al. (1994). Fusarium crookwellense, a newly isolated fungus from wheat in Japan: Its mycotoxin production and pathogenicity to wheat and barley. Mycoscience 35 77-82.
- Fusarium crookwellense. Index Fungorum.
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