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Fungal Diseases
... Diseases PLPA 301 Plant Pathology - Fungal Diseases Home Schedule Grading Objectives Topics/Reading Assignments Significant Bacterial Diseases Significant Fungal Diseases Significant Viral Diseases Significant Ascomycete Diseases and Fungi Imperfecti on Important http://cygnus.tamu.edu/appel/fung.htm 21. Fungal diseases ...
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Citrus Diseases Exotic to Florida: Citrus Variegated Chlorosis (CVC)
... Growers Do? Selected References Footnotes Disclaimer Copyright Infomation Citrus Diseases Exotic to Florida: Citrus Variegated Chlorosis (CVC) Citrus Diseases Exotic to Florida: Citrus Variegated Chlorosis (CVC)1 K ... disease. It appears that if introduced, CVC has the potential to become a significant problem for Florida citrus production. Figure 1. The sharpshooter leafhoppers that transmit Citrus ...
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Strawberry Leaf Spot Diseases, HYG-3015-95
... these diseases do not cause significant economic damage. The primary damage from leaf diseases is a loss of vigor through reduced leaf area. If outbreaks of these leaf diseases become significant, the plants will become weakened resulting in increased susceptibility to root diseases and winter injury. The three major leaf diseases that are caused by ...
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Leaf Diseases on Ornamental Trees and Shrubs, HYG-3044-96
... of cranberrybush viburnum. Pathogen: Plasmopara viburni This is one of the relatively few significant downy mildew diseases of ornamentals. Spores produced in dead plant tissue that overwinters splashes to ... . Tar Spots of Maple. Pathogen: Rhytisma acerinum, Rhytisma punctatum These dramatic but inconsequential diseases of numerous maple species cause small to almost one-inch diameter tar-like ...
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OREP - Development of an Integrated Approach to The Control of Bacterial Diseases of Tomato And Pepper
... to bacterial canker, the grower must rely on copper-based bactericides for control of these diseases. The recommended frequency for these sprays is every 5 to 7 days. Unfortunately, copper ... so, than Kocide-Bravo mixtures in controlling bacterial diseases on field tomato and pepper. No detrimental effect on fruit yield was observed. Particularly significant was the control of bacterial spot of field ...
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APSnet Feature - The Future World Food Situation and the Role of Plant Diseases
... irrigation, and other infrastructure. Efforts to reduce crop losses due to pest and diseases through resistant crop varieties, pesticides, and better cultural practices offer tremendous opportunities ... considerable resistance to agricultural biotechnology has arisen on the grounds that it poses significant new ecological risks and that it has unacceptable social and economic consequences. Although ...
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Diseases - Botrytis
... surrounding trees interfere with good air circulation. Last summer I attended a presentation on fungus diseases given by a plant pathologist from the University of Georgia. She actually mentioned Botrytis and ... . No, I did not gain perfect control of Botrytis, but it was no longer a significant problem in our garden. I discussed my findings with Robin Ross of Eden Bioscience during ...
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Crop Diseases in Soybean 1 (Purdue University)
... on Soybean Rust at the Plant & Pest Diagnostic Lab Soybean Diseases: Leaf and Stem Diseases | Root and Lower Stem Diseases | Virus Diseases Search for a Disease Name Crop Name: Corn Soybean ... from infected seeds are stunted with mottled foliage. A common disease, but rarely causes significant yield loss. Conditions: High humidity and cool temperatures favor disease. Inoculum Survival: Seed, infected ...
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Fruit Disease Focus - Minor Diseases of Apples - August, 1998
... A. R. Biggs, West Virginia University Introduction: There are several diseases of apple that are considered "minor diseases" because they are sporadic in occurrence or are managed well ... diseases are effective against the Brooks spot fungus. The sterol demethylation inhibitor (DMI) fungicides used for early season scab, mildew, and rust control are ineffective. In Virginia when there is significant ...
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Open Directory - Science: Agriculture: Forestry: Pests and Diseases
... with potential to cause significant damage to North American forest resources. Focus on Woody Plant Diseases - Information by host plant on diseases and damages affecting trees and ... - USDA technical publications that address specific tree pests and diseases, including identification and control. "Pests and Diseases" search on: AltaVista - A9 - AOL - Clusty - Gigablast - Google - Lycos - MSN - ...
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