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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... during dry Oregon summers include: concentrate watering in the plants' root zone, sprinkle the garden, not the surrounding area. Water early ... during dry Oregon summers include: concentrate watering in the plants' root zone, Sprinkle the garden, not the surrounding area. Water early ... as verticillium wilt, powdery mildew, early and late blight and club root. A home-grown salad can be an edible work of ...
extension.oregonstate.edu

Links, Commercial Vegetable Production Guides, North Willamette Research and Extension Center
... CA | Greenhouse, IN Cole Crops (Crucifers): Alternaria, FL Black Rot: CT | FL | WI Club Root: CT | Club Root, WI Downy Mildew, FL Insect Pests, Management: CT | IN Production, WI Collards: N. ... WI Radish: Fertilization on Organic Soils, FL | MS | NY | NC | PSNT, CN | WI Rhubarb: California Root Crops: Wisconsin Rutabaga: N. Carolina Spinach: California | New York | N. Carolina Sprouts: Nebraska | ...
oregonstate.edu

Chinese Cabbage, Commercial Vegetable Production Guides, North Willamette Research and Extension Center
... , 50 Days. Winter and overwinter types for trial: WR Crusader, WR Green 60, 75 Days. Club root resistant: Chorus. OTHER ORIENTAL GREENS Pak-choi (Brassica rapa var. chinensis): Synonyms: Pak Choy, Bok ...
oregonstate.edu
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Root Knot Nematode, HYG-3115-96
... galls to elongated spindles formed from large numbers of individual galls growing together. Root knot galls involve the entire root in the affected zone. They do not take the form of easily ... -fixing bacteria on the roots of legumes. Root knot galls should not be confused with the fungal disease, club root, on cruciferous crops. In most instances, root knot is characterized by smaller swellings, and ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Object VRs-Thumbnails
... Ash Borer Horned Oak Gall Late blight of tomato Loose smut of wheat Mayapple rust Club root of cabbage Earthstar fungus Making an Object VR
ppathw3.cals.cornell.edu

ERYSIMUM DISEASE PROBLEMS
... Bacterial wilt stunts plants and causes leaves to wilt, yellow, and drop. Destroy diseased plants. Club root causes the roots to be deformed. Do not plant in areas where crucifers have been ...
web1.msue.msu.edu

Evergreen Candytuft
... the freeze-thaw cycle on its leaves and its relatively shallow root system. In late winter, candytuft will bounce right back from any ... soils, candytuft is susceptible to both crown rot and club root. Known in Europe since the 1200s, club root is caused by a fungus that plagues all ... during fall clean-up. If stems do snap off, they will root quickly if you give them a dip in rooting hormone and ...
whatcom.wsu.edu

Grower Diaries - BigPumpkins.com
... as it's root has halted it's tunneling southward. It may have some type of problem I'm really not sure if club root is ... New or Renewal Membership in the GVGO with all benefits of the club. Including Grower support from some of the worlds top heavy hitters. Newsletters ... a tremendous amount of water the last few days to ward off root shut down and calcium problems that are caused by excessive canopy ...
www.bigpumpkins.com

Twin Cities Rose Club
... Beauty. Mine had a rough start - I received a tiny bare root plant to begin with, then it was eaten to the ground ... Sites To See - Archives - Contact TCRC - Guestbook - Sitemap Copyright 2003 Twin Cities Rose Club, All Rights Reserved TCRC Home - About TCRC - Membership - Meetings and Events - ... Sites To See - Archives - Contact TCRC - Guestbook - Sitemap Copyright 2004 Twin Cities Rose Club, All ...
twincitiesrose.org

CLUB-ROOT OF CABBAGE AND RELATED CROPS
... CLUB-ROOT OF CABBAGE AND RELATED CROPS Club-Root of Cabbage and Related Crops Vegetable Disease Information Note 17 (VDIN-0017) Charles W Averre, Extension Plant Pathologist Club-root of cabbage and related ... of club-root. Do not irrigate from sources that might be contaminated from cabbage fields. Always decontaminate equipment after working in a field suspected of having the club-root fungus ...
www.ces.ncsu.edu




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