A review of the literature of the Neofabraea species complex, causative agents of Gloeosporium rot in stored apple
Long-term stored apples are prone to developing a wide range of storage rots and those caused by Neofabraea species (formerly known as Gloeosporium) are becoming more prevalent. This review helped the industry to learn more about the disease, providing helpful information on:
- The fungus and its spread
- Management and control
This information was last updated in 2015.