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The Conifer Killer Tree Diseases
... pine, sugar pine and limber pine. Seedlings are in greatest danger. Cronartium ribicolais a rust fungus and can only be infected by basidiospores produced on Ribes (current and gooseberry) plants. It ... in the South. The fungus,Fomes annosus, usually enters by infecting freshly cut stump surfaces. That makes annosus root rot a problem in thinned pine plantations. The fungus produces conks that form at ...
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Annosus Root Rot
... in the South. The fungus,Fomes annosus, usually enters by infecting freshly cut stump surfaces. That makes annosus root rot a problem in thinned pine plantations. The fungus produces conks that form at ...
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The Virginia Camellia Society - Education - Disease Problems of Camellias
... both C. japonica and C. sasanqua caused by the fungus Glorerella cingulata. This fungus usually requires a wound to enter the plant. ... falling branches and insects are points of entry for the fungus. The fungus may be spread by insects that walk across wounds ... to the touch. Infected flowers fall to the ground and the fungus produces hard, resting bodies called sclerotia. These sclerotia may remain ...
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Scab of Apple and Crabapple, HYG-3003-94
... by the fungus, Venturia inaequalis. It survives the winter in the previous year's diseased leaves that have fallen under the tree. In the spring, the fungus in old diseased leaves produces millions ... a film of water and the fungus penetrates into the plant. Depending upon weather conditions, symptoms (lesions) will show up in 9 to 17 days. The fungus produces a different kind of spore ...
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Peach Leaf Curl, HYG-3006-94
... reddish, raised, warty spots. Causal Organism Peach leaf curl is caused by the fungus, Taphrina deformans. The fungus survives the winter as spores (conidia) on bark and buds. Infection occurs very early ... are susceptible for only a short period. As the tissues mature they become resistant. The fungus produces another type of spore (ascospore) on the upper surface of the diseased leaves. During wet ...
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Vegetable Crops pt 2
... 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 ... Crazy Top Downy Mildew (fungus - Sclerophthora macrospora): This disease is a problem when fields become flooded early in the life of the plant. The fungus produces swimming spores which require water ...
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Vegetable Crops - pt 3
... sativa Downy Mildew (fungus - Bremia lactucae): First symptoms are yellowish or light green areas on the upper surface of the leaves. As the lesions enlarge, the fungus produces downy growth ... important in attempting to control both of these problems. Stemphylium Blight (fungus - Stemphylium vesicarium): The fungus causing this disease normally invades dead and dying onion tissue, particularly the ...
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FAQ - Fungi and Mycorrhizae
... the plant cell wall is penetrated the cell membrane is not disrupted. The endomycorrhizal fungus produces a highly branched hyphal structure called an arbuscule within the plant cell by ... with radioisotopes. As the association begins to senesce, the fungus produces vesiculate storage bodies on and within the root cells and produces the distinctive asexual spores. Sexual reproduction has rarely been ...
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FPHG -
... pear trees. On the fruit of nectarine, the same fungus causes a disease known as anthracnose; on grape, it ... diameter, small, black dots--the fruiting bodies of the fungus--appear in the sunken lesion. These might be arranged ... fungus overwinters in mummified fruit and in cracks and crevices in the bark. Jagged ends of broken limbs are ideal sites. With the advent of warm weather, the fungus produces ...
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NYBG.org: Fusarium Wilt And Its Effect On Bananas
... older plant may live for many months. (www.oisat.org) Fusarium oxysporum, an asexual fungus, produces spores that spread Fusarium wilt via the water conducting system. Chlamydospores, a resting ... , the F. oxysporum begins to branch outward. “The fungus grows from the xylem into the surrounding, dead fleshy tissues and produces many resting spores (chlamydospores).” (www.helios.com) Interestingly ...
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