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Soybean viruses
... Mosaic (AMV) is rare and sporadic. AMV infected leaves have bright yellow areas. Plants with bud blight are rare and are associated with Tobacco Streak (TSV). TRSV was recovered late in ... Tobacco Streak TSV (Ilarvirus) protein cannot be detected by minipurification directly from field samples with bud blight symptoms. Inoculate samples to C. quinoa; symptoms appear very quickly (about 2 days). Local ...
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Diseases of Soybeans (Glycine max (L.) Merrill)
... * genus Luteovirus, Soybean dwarf virus (SbDV) Soybean mosaic genus Potyvirus, Soybean mosaic virus (SMV) Soybean severe stunt genus Nepovirus, Soybean severe stunt virus (SSSV) Tobacco ringspot = bud blight genus Nepovirus, Tobacco ringspot virus (TRSV) MISCELLANEOUS DISEASES and DISORDERS Yeast spot Nematospora coryli Peglion *Not known to occur naturally in the United States of America. Home ...
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Diseases of Tea (Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze)
... Brown root rot Phellinus noxius (Corner) G.H. Cunningham (= Fomes noxius Corner) Brown spot Calonectria colhounii Peerally (anamorph: Cylindrocladium colhounii Peerally) Brown zonate leaf blight Ceuthospora lauri (Grev.) Grev. Bud blight Phoma theicola Petch Charcoal stump rot Ustulina deusta (Hoffm.:Fr.) Lind (anamorph: Ustulina zonata (Lv.) Sacc.) Collar and branch canker Phomopsis theae Petch ...
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Crop Diseases in Corn, Soybean, and Wheat (Purdue University)
... Stem Rot Brown Stem Rot Sudden Death Syndrome Charcoal Root Rot Soybean Cyst Nematode Virus Diseases Bud Blight Soybean Mosaic Index to WHEAT Diseases: Leaf Diseases Powdery Mildew Leaf Rust Septoria Leaf Blotch Tan Spot or Yellow Leaf Spot Root Diseases Fusarium Foot Rot Rhizoctonia Spring Blight Take-all Seed and Head Diseases Common Bunt (Stinking Smut) Loose Smut Septoria Glume Blotch Scab ( ...
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Crop Diseases in Soybean 1 (Purdue University)
... Search or Top of Page LEAF AND STEM DISEASES SOYBEAN Disease Name: Pod and Stem Blight Pathogen: Fungi. Diaporthe phaseolorum var. sojae and Phomopsis longicola Symptoms: No definite leaf or stem ... it in larger detail. Index, Search or Top of Page VIRUS DISEASES SOYBEAN Disease Name: Bud Blight Pathogen: Virus. Tobacco Ringspot Virus Symptoms: Stunting occurs when young plants are infected. Minor ...
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Fire Blight of Apples, Crabapples and Pears, HYG-3002-94
... of limbs or entire trees in older plantings as the result of girdling by fire blight cankers; and direct loss of fruit due to blighting of blossoms and young fruit. Fire ... Ohio 43210-1044. Table 1: Relative susceptibility of common apple and pear cultivars to Fire Blight Highly susceptible Moderately susceptible Moderately resistant Apple Beacon Dutchess Jonafree Cortland Empire Melrose Fuji Golden ...
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Spur Blight of Red Raspberries, HYG-3008-94
... late spring or early summer. Purple to brown areas (lesions) appear just below the leaf or bud, usually on the lower portion of the stem. These lesions expand, sometimes covering all the area ... season, the side branches growing from diseased buds are often weak and withered. Causal Organism Spur blight is caused by the fungus, Didymella applanata. It survives the winter in lesions on diseased canes ...
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Salt compounds as control agents of late blight and pink rot of potatoes in storage
... potatoes in storage Salt compounds as control agents of late blight and pink rot of potatoes in storage A.A.S. Mills, H.W. (Bud) Platt, and R.A.R. Hurta Pages 204-209 Abstract: ... curatively provided disease inhibition that was significantly greater than that of the control for both late blight and pink rot. When applied as a preventative treatment, all compounds were significantly different (P < 0. ...
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Fighting Fire blight
... streptomycin applications in all their orchards, others only sprayed the most susceptible varieties. Consequently, blossom blight developed on the unsprayed rows in many orchards and the trauma event in May spread ... out of the orchard may spread more blight than occurs when prunings are left to dry in the row middles. Avoid hand thinning, bud pinching and other manipulation activities until after ...
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FDIN010 - Twig Blight of Blueberry
... spreads from the blighted bud into the twig. The disease usually spreads down the twig until most or all of the flower buds on an individual twig are killed. Twig blight can continue to ... spores to infect new twigs. 2. Careful cultivar selection can greatly reduce the amount of twig blight experienced. The highbush cultivars Murphy and Harrison are highly susceptible to this disease and should not ...
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