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Cultural practices for reducing crop diseases
... crop and each disease but, in general, nitrogen out of balance with other nutrients enhances foliage disease development and predisposes some plants to other diseases. Potash, on the other hand, helps reduce disease ... harvested crop are often means of carrying a disease organism from one crop season to the next. Rusts of cereal crops and spinach constitute an example of this type disease ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu

Plant Pathology: Infection Process: Disease Development
... mechanisms the relationship conclusion Disease Development pathogen host environment interaction between factors Epidemiology Disease Assessment crop assessment disease incidence & severity crop loss assessment Disease Management Quarantine exclusion Australia ... Control measures can include sowing of a crop species early, to avoid exposing seedlings to a disease during the time of year that provides ...
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Plant Pathology: Disease Management: Overview
... conclusion Disease Development pathogen host environment interaction between factors Epidemiology Disease Assessment crop assessment disease incidence & severity crop loss assessment Disease ... crop varieties might be used in conjunction with chemical treatment, crop rotation and manipulation of the environment. Multiple approaches to disease management are particularly useful when the disease ...
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Common Sense Gardening Part 1: Crop Rotation and Green Manures
... of resistant varieties of plants; mechanical barriers and other cultural methods of insect and disease control; and crop rotation to reduce the prevalence of insects and diseases. If you practice common sense ... of imperfection is a small price to pay for a reduction in pesticide use. Crop Rotation Crop rotation is a regular schedule of planting in which different crops are planted in different ...
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Common Sense Gardening Part 2: Crop Rotation and Green Manures
... benefit of crop rotation is insect and disease control. The basic approach is to grow plants susceptible to a particular disease or pest ... more years. Rotation is more effective in controlling insects than disease and then only when the organisms causing the problem ... annual grocery basket for the pests. In a smaller garden, crop rotation is less effective in controlling insects simply because some ...
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The Gardener's Network : Insects and Disease of Apple Trees
... History Storage Recipes How to Grow Varieties Insects & Disease Pruning Links Holiday Insights Shop For: Gardening: Annual Seeds Perennials Seeds ... .com Search for: Apple Recipes How to Grow Insects and Disease I don't know about you, but I much prefer ... sprays for insects and disease. Without regular applications, your apple crop will be damaged or destroyed by scab and/or other disease, as well ...
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Disease Control by Seed Treatment
... Propagate Plant Parts) Many diseases can be controlled by a simple chemical seed treatment. Plant disease organisms survive from season to season through spores carried on or in seeds. Some chemical ... for human or livestock feed. Seed treatment is our first line of defense against plant disease. Various materials for seed treatment are discussed in this publication under specific crop sections.
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Crop Search by Scientific Name
... Master Search by: Scientific Name Pest Group Menu The Crop Knowledge Master is currently being updated, and cross-referenced to the Pacific Islands Distance Diagnostics ... Disease Pathogens Key A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Back to: Crop ...
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The Gardener's Network - A to Z's of Home Gardening: Gardening Diseases
... the disease to overwinter in your soil. Crop rotation is an important part of your disease prevention program ... disease. Do not space plants too closely. Do not water at night. Water, heat and humidity promotes diseases. Water at the roots if at all possible. Rotate your crop. Disease ... pile as you could infect next years' crop. Select disease resistant varieties. The inexperienced grower will benefit ...
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Open Directory - Home: Gardening: Pest and Disease Control
... arachnids, and nematodes of importance to Florida residents, arranged by common name, scientific name, and crop or habitat. Garlic Guard - An all natural way to a safe and pest free ... pests, a business registry of wildlife services, and links to other university resources. "Pest and Disease Control" search on: AltaVista - A9 - AOL - Ask - Clusty - Gigablast - Google - Lycos - MSN - WiseNut - Yahoo ...
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