Typhula incarnata

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Typhula incarnata
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Fungi
Phylum: Basidiomycota
Class: Basidiomycetes
Subclass: Agaricomycetidae
Order: Agaricales
Family: Typhulaceae
Genus: Typhula
Species: T. incarnata
Binomial name
Typhula incarnata
Lasch, Epicr. (1838)
Synonyms

Clavaria elegantula P. Karst., (1882)
Sclerotium fulvum Fr., (1822)
Typhula itoana S. Imai, (1930)

Typhula incarnata is, along with Typhula ishikariensis, the causal agent of Grey Snow Mould (also called Speckled Snow Mould or Typhula Blight), a plant pathogen that can destroy turfgrass when covered for a long perioid with snow. It is a particular problem on golf courses established in unsuitable areas.[1] More importantly, it can also damage crops of winter wheat.[2]

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  1. ^ http://www.uoguelph.ca/~gbarron/MISCE2002/jan2002.htm
  2. ^ Schneider EF, Seaman WL (1986). "Typhula phacorrhiza on winter wheat". Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology. 8: 269–276. doi:10.1080/07060668609501799. 

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