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Plant Pathology: Disease Management: Biological Control
... that can be successfully controlled using biological agents are pathogens of pruning wounds and other cut surfaces, crown gall, diseases of leaves and flowers, such as powdery mildew, diseases of fruits and ...
bugs.bio.usyd.edu.au

South Florida Tropicals: Avocado
... , bananas, and pears, avocados discolor and turn brown when cut and exposed to air. To reduce the browning effect, immediately sprinkle cut surfaces with lime or lemon juice. Avocados taste best when served ... chill. If preparing this in advance, sprinkle avocados with lime juice, fill with cut fruit and chill; or cut the avocados just before serving and fill with prepared fruit. Serves 4. Krome ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

EXTOXNET PIP - AMMONIUM SULFAMATE
... concentrated solution to cuts in the bark or on freshly cut stumps of trees to prevent re-sprouting. Formulation: Ammonium sulfamate ... concentrated solution to cuts in the bark or on freshly cut stumps of trees to prevent re-sprouting. Toxicological Effects: Acute ... . It is absorbed rapidly through leaves, as well as through cut surfaces on wood and is translocated to other parts of the plant ...
extoxnet.orst.edu

Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants - Propagation by Grafting
... more easily. Handling of the freshly cut surfaces should be avoided as oil from the fingers may coat the freshly cut surfaces and hinder the successful union. ... the graft has taken, the top growth of the stock plant is cut back (Cut 1). Two to three weeks later or when the scion shows ... to leave the scion growing solely on the rootstock (Cut 2). This final cut can cause a shock to the plant and it is ...
farrer.riv.csu.edu.au

Armillaria Root Rots
... cells than trunk wood. When I2- KI is poured over the cut surfaces of trunk wood and root wood of the same tree, the ... landscapes. In forests, it will be where the trees are heavily cut - as in clear cuts, plantation thinning or intensive selection-repeated at short ... benefit the pathogens more than the tree- If roots must be cut for any reason, make cuts with sharp instruments. No need to paint. ...
home.ccil.org

Fertilizing, Pruning and Winterizing Roses, HYG-1205-96
... first step is to remove any dead, diseased or damaged wood. Cut the stems one inch below darkened areas, making sure you are ... soluble, white glue (i.e., Elmer's) can be applied to the cut surfaces of the stems to prevent rose cane borers from entering. Pruning ... they fill with mulch. Still others use rose cones, baskets with bottoms cut out or burlap to wrap the plants. For maximum winter protection, ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Blackleg, Aerial Stem Rot, and Tuber Soft Rot of Potato, HYG-3106-95
... tubers that flow onto ones below, spreading the bacteria. Heat, coupled with condensation on tuber surfaces, can further adversely affect storage conditions, resulting in accelerated "melt" of the pile. Management ... weeks at 55-60 F and 95-99% relative humidity to hasten healing of cut surfaces. Condensation on surfaces of seed pieces must be avoided. Do not irrigate fields until plants are well ...
ohioline.osu.edu
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... tree and at the point where they meet, removing matching areas of bark. The two cut surfaces are then fitted together and bound with soft tying material until they grow together and ... line will breed true. INCANOUS: Whitish or grayish. INCISED: Sharply and usually deeply and irregularly cut, such as the edge of a leaf. INCLUDED: Not sticking out or projecting, as when ...
www.botany.com

Cyp. Haven: Calopogons
... because of their lighter-green-to-white coloration that distinguishes them from the surrounding tissue. Cut between the two eyes with a razor blade to yield two equal vertical pieces. To ... chance of rot, adhere the halves: apply a small amount of super glue to the cut surfaces and press together. Both eyes will sprout and produce flowers, although there may be a ...
www.c-we.com

Fresh Cut Produce: Safe Handling Practices for Consumers
... manager for information. At Home: Refrigerate fresh cut produce promptly. Leftover fresh cut produce should be discarded after two ... cut fresh fruits and vegetables. To sanitize cutting boards, dishes, utensils: Mix one teaspoon chlorine bleach in one quart water. Pour the mixture onto all surfaces and let sit at least one minute. Rinse surfaces well with hot running ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu




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