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New Disease Reports - Basal rot of Alstroemeria spp. caused by Fusarium oxysporum in Argentina
... Links Occurrence and distribution of citrus leprosis virus (CiLV-C) in Honduras, Central America Basal rot of Alstroemeria spp. caused by Fusarium oxysporum in Argentina S.M. Wolcan1,2 *, H. ... F. oxysporum. Uninoculated controls and plants inoculated with R. solani remained symptomless (Fig. 5). Alstroemeria basal rot could be a serious problem in the future because it will be difficult to ...
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American Daffodil Society - Blooming Daffodils!
... are weakened by "basal rot" fungus or other evils and die out. Plants infected with basal rot have green color loss on the leaves, malformed leaves, stems, and flowers - or all. Basal rot is incurable - dig ... shipping. These humid conditions are near-perfect for the proliferation of fungus diseases such as "basal rot" (fusarium). Some bulbs are infected at the time you receive them. Never buy or ...
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American Daffodil Society Wister Award
... damage. Stem should be taller than foliage, strong and sturdy. Bulb should be resistant to basal rot and not prone to splitting up. (Too rapid increase can be a problem, such as ...
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Orchid Forum - GardenWeb
... -ups, last one posted on Thu, Nov 9, 06 at 21:09 Help! Paph with basal rot...should i cut it off? Posted by: junglspy z7 GA on Thu, Nov 9, 06 ...
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The Skinner Hybrids
... . Maximowiczii and L. concolor. He introduced it in 1954 but lost it soon after through basal rot. This statement is characteristic of the blend of scientific inquiry, compassion, and a love of ...
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13- Onion, Garlic and Oil Crop Disease:
... , with an emphasis on white rot, smut and basal rot of onion, seed and pod rot of groundnut, and root rot wilt of sesame. - Participating ... appear to be the least susceptible to damping off, root rot and pod rot diseases. `Mutation 48' and `Giza 32' are two ... and `Miak' were the least susceptible to seedling damping off and root rot both in field and greenhouse experiments with natural and artificial ...
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16- Ornamental Plant Disease:
... ) Root Rot and Wilt Fusarium sp. Rhizoctonia solani Macrophomina phaseolina Iris Basal Rot Crown Rot Neck Rot Sclerotinia Rot Blue Mold Rhizopus Rot Root Knot Nematode Fusarium oxysporum Sclerotium rolfsii Rhizoctonia solani Sclerotinia solani Penicillium gladioli Rhizopus arrhizus Meloidogyne sp. Jasmine Root Rot Basal Stem Rot ...
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Lily Pests and Diseases
... two fungal diseases to cause the most problem are Basal Rot and Botrytis blight. Basal Rot is more destructive to the entire plant as ... nurse them back to health as success is rarely achieved. Basal Rot Basal rot is caused by two different fungi, Fusarium oxysporum var lilii ... without a host. Basal Rot can be recognized by a dark brown rot that extends into the scales from the basal plate. The scales ...
mikesbackyardgarden.org

Links, Commercial Vegetable Production Guides, North Willamette Research and Extension Center
... Okra: California | Georgia | Mississippi | N. Carolina Onion: Botrytis & Purple Blotch, CO Bulb, MS CA Fusarium Basal Rot, WI Georgia Green: GA | NC NY Soil-borne Diseases, CO Oriental Vegetables: Georgia Parsley: ... : CT | FL Bacterial Diseases, CT Bacterial Speck, FL Bacterial Spot: FL | CT Blossom End Rot: NC | WI California Catfacing, WI Disorders, TX Early Blight:CT | WI Fertigation, MS Fresh ...
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Damping-off and Root Rot of Beans HYG-3110-95
... root. Infected stem tissues are soft and colorless to dark-brown. Basal portions of invaded stems may be much thinner than the areas ... off, and seed rots are caused primarily by soilborne fungi. Fusarium root rot is caused by Fusarium solani f. sp. phaseoli. This fungus is ... beans in fields known to be heavily infested with bean root-rot fungi. Plant beans only on well-drained soils or try to ...
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