Understanding the transmission of plant pathogen inoculum during the periods when the host plants are not present is crucial for predicting the initiation of epidemics and optimizing mitigation strategies. However, inoculum production at the end of the cropping season, survival during the intercrop period, and the emergence or release of inoculum can be highly variable, difficult to assess, and generally...
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