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14- Fruit Disease:
... disease. Average disease losses have now dropped to 5 to 10%. Another important disease of mango called blossom blight can be responsible for up to 94% losses depending on the cultivar. This disease ...
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Daucus carota var. mativue Disease Descriptions - Cotton Root Rot
... this fungus is not active and so, they escape this disease. In geographic areas where this pathogen is present, the disease can be seen later in the spring on carrots growing in ... characteristic cruciform hyphal branching will confirm the diagnosis. Planning for an earlier harvest will prevent disease losses. October, 1996
plantpathology.tamu.edu

Lactuca sativa Disease Descriptions - Big Vein
... Lactuca sativa Disease Descriptions - Big Vein Big Vein Symptoms on Lettuce Big Vein (virus): Infection may appear at ... up to eight years. Avoiding excessive soil moisture and rotation are the means of reducing disease losses. Varieties may differ in tolerance. October, 1996
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APSnet Education Center - Introductory Topics - Plant Disease Management
... of durable resistance are available. The use of disease-resistant plants eliminates the need for additional efforts to reduce disease losses unless other diseases are additionally present. Resistant plants are usually derived by standard breeding procedures of selection and/or hybridization. A few disease-resistant ...
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New Disease Reports - Phaeomoniella chlamydospora: causal agent of vine decline (Vitis vinifera) in the vineyards of Slovakia
... 18 3' East; 492' - 49 5 ' North). By the 2005 season disease losses became of notable economic importance. The disease was present in newly established 1-3 year-old vines, ... septa. Conidiophores were septate, erect, with elongate-ampliform apical cells. Based on the disease symptoms, cultural characteristics and morphology, the fungus was identified as Phaeomoniella chlamydospora (Crous & Gams ...
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FDIN002 Disease and Insect Management in the Home Orchard
... of mummied fruit is the most important cultural practice that can be done to reduce disease losses. Fertilization and lime application to maintain proper tree growth and soil pH are usually necessary ... Disease Information Note No. 8 Black Knot of Plum and Cherry. Fruit Disease Information Note No. 4 Fire Blight of Apple and Pear. Fruit Disease Information Note No. 3 Peach Scab. Fruit Disease ...
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Department of Plant Pathology Plant Disease Facts
... disease definitely came on the cuttings. After planting is done, scout the crop frequently and thoroughly early in the season for symptoms. This will help you find problems and avoid serious disease losses later in the season. Encourage all workers to watch for symptoms. Disease Symptoms Pathogen/Cause Management Alternaria Leaf Spot Water ...
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Department of Plant Pathology Plant Disease Fact Sheets
... disease definitely came on the cuttings. After planting is done, scout the crop frequently and thoroughly early in the season for symptoms. This will help you find problems and avoid serious disease losses later in the season. Encourage all workers to watch for symptoms. Disease Symptoms Pathogen/Cause Management Ammonium Toxicity Root and ...
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Plant Pathology: Disease Management: Cultural Management Practices
... 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 ... weather conditions that are unfavourable to the pathogen, thus reducing crop losses. This might require the use of a specific cultivar that is ...
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5-Post Harvest Disease:
... losses. - Carrying out toxicological and residual studies of post harvest fungicides. Developing non-conventional methods for disease control in storage and handling. C- Achievement: To minimize losses ...
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