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Tom Volk's Fungi, including mycology, molds, morels, fungus, IAQ, Indoor Air Quality and much more.
... powder cap mushroom. Astraeus hygrometricus, an earthstar. Auricularia auricula-judae, Judas's ear fungus. Blastomyces dermatitidis, cause of Blastomycosis in humans and other animals. Boletus edulis, ... the chicken fat mushroom Trametes versicolor, the turkey tail fungus. Tremella fuciformis, the snow fungus, an edible jelly fungus Tremella mesenterica, witch's butter. Nov. 2004Trichoderma viride, ...
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Tom Volk's Fungus of the Month Pages
... day Jan. 2006 Tremella fuciformis, the snow fungus, an edible jelly fungus, a.k.a .the silver ear fungus, the snow ear fungus or simply the white jelly fungus Dec. 2005 Asterophora lycoperdoides, the star bearing powder cap mushroom. With co-author Jon Palmer. This marks nine years of Fungus ...
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Common Smut of Corn, HYG-3119-96
... and the spores sift out. Greatest yield losses occur when the ear becomes infected or if smut galls form on the stalks ... 2. Mature common smut galls on corn ear. Causal Organism Corn smut is caused by the fungus, Ustilago zeae, that survives as a ... Wounds from various injuries provide points for the fungus to enter the plant. The smut fungus is sensitive to temperature and moisture changes. In ...
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Vegetable Crops pt 2
... tan to brown in color. On the ear the fungus causes oblong, bleached spots which penetrate through the shuck layers and finally into the ear. The fungus overwinters in crop residue and produces spores which can be carried for long distances by wind. Northern Corn Leaf Blight (fungus - Exserohilum turcicum): This ...
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Sweet corn Disease Descriptions - Southern Corn Leaf Blight
... tan to brown in color. On the ear the fungus causes oblong, bleached spots which penetrate through the shuck layers and finally into the ear. The fungus overwinters in crop residue and produces spores ...
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APSnet Feature - Return of an Old Problem:Fusarium Head Blight of Small Grains
... the air, which greatly increases the ability of the fungus to disperse from colonized residue where perithecia form (14, 9). ... development, but such seemingly normal grains can harbor the fungus and may contain significant levels of trichothecene mycotoxins (4, 11, ... Sutton, J. C. 1982. Epidemiology of wheat head blight and maize ear rot caused by Fusarium graminearum. Can. J. Plant Pathol. 4:195 ...
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Careers In Botany - Botanical Society of America Member Profiles
... us. We were invited over to his house to collect some fungus specimens from tomato leaves in his garden. Those tomato plants sure ... for more than 100 years. My colleagues and I have examined ear development in of all the close relatives of corn as ... was describing preliminary results of a scanning electron microscope study of ear development in a primitive popcorn to fellow students. His research ...
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IGNIS SACER, HOLY FIRE
... Ergot (Claviceps purpurea) One of the most fascinating of the natural hallucinogens comes from a fungus called ergot, which grows on the grains of grasses, especially rye (Secale), but occasionally on ... , and it was even described in an Assyrian tablet as the "noxious pustule in the ear of grain." In ancient times ergot was also known as "mad grain" and "drunken rye ...
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Crop Diseases in Corn 1 (Purdue University)
... Friday, October 25, 2002 Corn Diseases: Seed and Seedling Diseases | Leaf Diseases | Stalk Rots | Ear Rots | Other Search for a Disease Name Crop Name: Corn Soybean Wheat All Crops ... crop rotation, cleanly plow under infected residue. CORN Disease Name: Anthracnose Leaf Blight Pathogen: Fungus. Colletotrichum graminicola Symptoms: Small, oval to elongated water-soaked lesions enlarge to become brown, ...
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Crop Diseases in Corn 2 (Purdue University)
... Index, Search or Top of Page EAR ROTS CORN Disease Name: Diplodia Ear Rot Pathogen: Fungus. Diplodia maydis Symptoms: Infection usually starts at the base of the ear or from the stalk into ... . CORN Disease Name: Gibberella Ear Rot Pathogen: Fungus. Gibberella zeae Symptoms: Reddish mold that usually starts at the tip of the ear. Husks may adhere tightly to the ear (hybrid dependent). Conditions: ...
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