Table 1. Host range of Rhizoctonia solani and Rhizoctonia diseases arranged by anastomosis groups (based on Sneh et al., 1991).
 
 

Anastomosis group Diseases Host
AG 1-IA sheath blight’, ‘sheath spot’ rice
  ‘sclerotial disease’, ‘leaf blight’, ‘banded leaf’ corn
  ‘leaf blight’, ‘banded leaf’ sorghum
  ‘leaf blight’ bean
  ‘leaf blight’ soybean
  ‘summer blight’ crimson clover
  ‘southern blight’ camphor seedlings
  ‘brown patch’ turfgrass
AG 1-IB ‘web blight’ bean
    rice
    soybean
    figs
    leguminosous woody plants
    hortensia
  ‘rot’  cabbage
  'bottom rot’ lettuce
AG 1-IC ‘damping off’' buckwheat
  'damping off and  crown root  rot' carrot
  ‘damping off’' soybean
    flax
    pine
AG 2-1 ‘damping off’  crucifers
  ‘bud rot’ strawberry
  ‘leaf blight’ tulip
  ‘root rot’ Japanese radish and
    subterranean clover
AG 2-2 IIIB ‘false sheath blight’ rice
  ‘sheath blight’ mat rush
    ginger 
    gladiolos
  ‘black scurf’ edible burdock
  ‘brown patch’ turf grass
  ‘crown and brace rot’ corn
  ‘damping off’ sugar beet
    tree seedlings 
    crhysanthemum
  ‘root rot’ konjak
    chinese yam
AG 2-2 IV ‘root rot’ and ‘leaf blight’ sugar beet
  ‘large patch’ turfgrass
AG 3 
black scurf’ and ‘stem/stolon cankers’ potatoes
  'target spot’ (slide 01, slide 02, slide 03, slide 04, slide 05 ) tobacco
  ‘leaf blight tomato
  ‘brown spot’ egg plant
AG 4 (HG I, HGII and HGIII) ‘fruit rot’ tomato
  ‘stem rot’ pea
  ‘damping off ‘ and ‘stem canker’ potato
  damping off’ and ‘root rots’ soybean
    lobolly pine seedlings
    onion
    stevia
    pea
    snap bean
    cotton
    peanuts
    slash
  'pod rot' snap bean
AG 5 ‘black scurf’ potato 
  ‘brown patch’ turf grass
  ‘root rot’ beans
    soybeans
    adzuki beans
AG 6 nonpathogenic group  -
AG 7 nonpathogenic  -
AG 8 ‘bare patches’ cereals
AG 9 weak pathogen crucifers 
    potatoes
AG 10 nonpathogenic  -
AG 11   wheat
AG BI nonpathogenic  -

 



 

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