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Diseases of Coconut Palm (Cocos nucifera L.)
... Awka disease Phytoplasma Blast Phytoplasma suspected Cape St. Paul wilt Phytoplasma Cedros wilt Phytomonas stahellii Heart rot Phytomonas stahellii Kaincope disease Phytoplasma Kalimantan wilt Phytoplasma suspected Kribi disease Phytoplasma Lethal decline Phytoplasma Lethal disease Phytoplasma Lethal yellowing Phytoplasma Pudricion del cogollo Phytoplasma Root wilt disease Phytoplasma ...
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Phil Jones
... by visiting www.phytoplasma-vector.com. Some recent publications: Mpunami, A. Tymon, A. Jones, P. Dickinson, M. J Identification of potential vectors of the coconut lethal disease phytoplasma. Plant Pathology, 2000. 49: 3, 355-361 Cronje CPR Dabek AJ Jones P Tymon AM 2000. First report of a phytoplasma associated with a disease of date ...
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Incidence and molecular detection of yellows-type disease in carrots, associated with leafhoppers in southern Manitoba, Canada
... with leafhoppers in southern Manitoba, Canada Incidence and molecular detection of yellows-type disease in carrots, associated with leafhoppers in southern Manitoba, Canada O. Wally, F. Daayf, ... , when the presence of the first leafhoppers is confirmed. Key words: aster yellow, phytoplasma, molecular detection, incidence, carrot, Macrosteles fascifrons, leafhopper, insect vector. Back to Table of ...
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Almond witches'-broom phytoplasma: a potential threat to almond, peach, and nectarine
... '-broom phytoplasma: a potential threat to almond, peach, and nectarine Yusuf Abou-Jawdah, Hala Dakhil, Shoaa El-Mehtar, and Ing-Ming Lee Pages 28-32 Abstract: A lethal phytoplasma disease of almond, almond witches'-broom (AlmWB), spread rapidly in Lebanon, killing about a hundred thousand trees within 10 years. This phytoplasma was the first member ...
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APSnet Education Center - Introductory Topics - Plant Disease Management
... , disease management procedures are frequently determined by disease forecasting or disease modeling rather than on either a calendar or prescription basis. Disease management might be viewed as proactive whereas disease ... severity of phytoplasma diseases of palms (lethal yellowing) and pears (pear decline) and fungicides have been injected into elms to reduce severity of Dutch elm disease (caused ...
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New Disease Reports - Editorial Board
... - Editorial Board Reports Search NDR About NDR Editors Author Info Submission Links New Disease Reports Editors Senior Editor Rick Mumford, Central Science Laboratory, York, UK Email: ndr@bspp.org ... ARS FD-WSRU, Fort Detrick, USA Nina Shishkoff, USDA ARS FD-WSRU, Fort Detrick, USA Phytoplasma Editors Matt Dickinson, University of Nottingham, UK Phil Jones, Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, UK Virology/ ...
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New Disease Reports - Volume 13: February 2006 - July 2006
... the Czech Republic A. Lebeda, M. Sedlarova, L. Jankovsky & H.D. Shin Occurrence of blackleg disease of tobacco caused by Pectobacterium carotovorum subsp. carotovorum in China Z.Y. Xia & X.H ... spp. in China K.F. Fang, J.B. Huang & T. Hsiang First detection of Candidatus Phytoplasma australiense in Liquidambar styraciflua in Australia N. Habili, N. Farrokhi & J.W. Randles First report ...
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Yellows Disease of Purple Coneflower
... plants are usually stunted, often with yellow or reddish leaves. Yellows disease is caused by a microorganism called a phytoplasma. Phytoplasmas are smaller than a bacteria but larger than a virus. ... infected plants and withdrawing the phytoplasma with the plant sap. After an incubation period, the insect spreads the disease organism to healthy plants as it feeds. The yellows phytoplasma has a wide ...
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Chapter 8: Palm diseases
... (Togo, Nigeria, Ghana) and East Africa (Tanzania, Kenya). Etiological agents The disease is linked to the existence of phytoplasma-like organisms, first detected by various authors in Jamaica in 1972 ... Host plants Many species of Palmae other than Cocos nucifera are susceptible to the disease. Phytoplasma-like organisms have been observed in at least 30 different species (Thomas, 1979), including ...
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Department of Plant Pathology Plant Disease Facts
... of Plant Pathology Plant Disease Facts Gary Moorman Professor of Plant Pathology Hydrangea Diseases Disease Symptoms Pathogen/Cause Management Botrytis Blight Petals turn brown and fall. Leaf spots form, ... may be stunted. Leafy shoots grow from the flower parts. Plants decline and die. Phytoplasma Discard infected plants. Maintain good insect control. Viruses Leaves may be mottled, have yellow ...
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