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  • Alternaria dianthi, sometimes known as carnation blight, is a fungal pathogen of the Dianthus genus. Alternaria dianthi infections begin as small circular or ovular spots on leaves and stems, which can be red, purple, brown, yellow or gray. This pathogen has been found in carnation and other Dianthus cultures worldwide, including in India, the United States, New Zealand, the Canary Islands, and Egypt. Fourteen gene sequences of Alternaria dianthi have been published as of April 11, 2014

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