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GLADIOLUS
... killed. When diseased corms are planted, many may rot before producing plants while other produce weak plants that soon die. Before planting, inspect and remove all corms that have discolored areas or lesions. Healthy appearing corm should be chemically treated before planting. Scab (bacterium - Pseudomonas marginalis): Small definitely outlined lesions appear on diseased corms ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu

OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... and when the weather is cooler. Throw away any soft, diseased or insect-damaged bulbs. Then rework the soil to about ... the summer flower doldrums by planting some summer-flowering bulbs, corms and tubers in the spring. Ready stored fuchsias, begonias and ... early December to check the condition of bulbs, tubers, and corms stored away for the winter, recommends Ross Penhallegon, horticulture agent ...
extension.oregonstate.edu

GLADIOLUS DISEASE PROBLEMS
... the corm is most severely attacked. Discard infected corms. Dry rot causes circular, sunken spots on the corms. Brown or black lesions on the corms run together and destroy the whole corm, especially ... soil and air drainage is good. Destroy diseased plants. Wilt causes leaves of infected plants to yellow and the stems to collapse. Mildly infected corms may not show symptoms when dug but ...
web1.msue.msu.edu

APSnet Education Center - Introductory Topics - Plant Disease Management
... bulbs, corms, and woody cuttings to eliminate fungi, bacteria, nematodes or viruses that are established within the plant material. Chemotherapy is the application of chemicals to an infected or diseased plant that ... ribicola) on white pine branches. Or, it can be the sorting and removal of diseased flower bulbs, corms or rhizomes. Hot water seed-treatment of cereal seeds to kill smut mycelium in ...
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After a few years growing dahlias, many gardeners invariably have questions concerning fungus
... place, water-soaked brown necrotic areas develop. Plants eventually wilt and collapse. Upon examination of diseased plants one finds cottony fungal growth and numerous small, black, hard resting bodies called ... effective against powdery mildew and/or blackspot should be used. Finally, before storing tubers or corms, a spray or dip with a broad spectrum contact fungicide (e.g. Chipco 26019, ...
www.dahlia.org

Get Growing Gardening Tips-What to do in the month of September - Devonian Botanic Garden
... before hard frosts occur, the warm season vegetables need to be harvested. Tuberous begonia corms and gladioli corms need to be lifted and put into winter storage. Dahlia tubers also need to ... sure that this material is disease free before composting. If you suspect your material is diseased then back the material and put out with the garbage, and just use fallen leaves ...
www.devonian.ualberta.ca

Get Growing Gardening Tips- Gladiolus - Devonian Botanic Garden
... This covers both the anthers and stigma. Choosing Gladioli Corms When choosing Gladioli corms pick out those that are plump, and not too ... the roots because these are quite brittle. Overwintering Gladioli Corms Gladioli corms need not be thrown away in the autumn. They can ... that are diseased or rotting. It will also reduce the chance of overwintering insects. Then discard the old corms and cure the ...
www.devonian.ualberta.ca
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Questions On Iris
... which I would certainly welcome! Q: My first question is about iris corms. My sister and I purchased some new plants yesterday and have ... likely will contain iris seed, which in due time will produce new corms (you refer to them as bulbs) and then flower. As to ... is standard if disease was noted in the digging. Of course, the diseased material was discarded, so the soaking is to nuke out any ...
www.ext.nodak.edu

Gladiolus Diseases
... to achieve good levels of control and prevent the development of fungicide resistance. Remove diseased plants. Harvest corms during dry weather as early as possible. Other fungal leaf diseases caused by ... manage this disease, discard infected corms, plant only healthy corms in well-drained soils and in the fall harvest corms during dry weather. Treating the soil and corms with a fungicide prior to ...
www.extension.umn.edu

Judy's Snowdrops - Pests
... . MICE – I have never known mice to dig up and eat snowdrop bulbs, only crocus corms. They may un-earth bulbs when excavating their nest sites. MOLES – these can cause havoc ... these tiny little white “things” as cleaners, as I have only ever seen them on diseased/decaying bulbs, never on healthy ones. I assume that these particular ones feed off the ...
www.judyssnowdrops.co.uk




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