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Fruit Disease Focus - Phytophthora Root, Crown and Collar Rots  - June, 1998
... of fruit trees throughout the world. In eastern North America, apple, cherry, peach, and apricot trees are most commonly attacked, whereas ... most likely to remain healthy in a relatively wet site. Apple rootstocks vary widely in susceptibility, but generally are more ... Crown Rot of Fruit Trees. The Ohio State University Extension Factsheet HYG-3029-95. Teviotdale,B. L., and Gubler, W. D. 1995. ...
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Fruit Pathology - Powdery Mildew
... ) Online References Ellis, M.A. 1994. Apple Powdery Mildew. The Ohio State University Extension Factsheet HYG-3001-94. Grove, G. G. 1997. Apple Powdery Mildew. Washington State University Tree ... Carolina State University Cooperative Extension. Teviotdale,B.L., and Gubler, W.D. 1997. Apple Powdery Mildew. UC Pest Management Guidelines, University of California Statewide Integrated Pest Management ...
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Fruit Disease Focus - April, 1998 - Apple Scab
... Apple Scab. Cornell University Department of Plant Pathology (Ithaca) Web Site. Ellis, M. A., Chatfield, J., and Draper, E. 1997. Scab of Apple and Crabapple. The Ohio State University Extension Factsheet HYG-3003-94. Grove, G. G. 1997. Apple Scab. Washington State University Tree Fruit ...
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