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Potato Pink Rot, Pythium Leak and Seed-Piece Decay, HYG-3104-95
... to air, then later become brownish-black. Pythium leak usually develops through harvest wounds in tuber surfaces and begins as a discolored, watersoaked area. As with pink ... groups of fungi infect tubers through wounds, but Phytophthora generally infects tubers before harvest, often through stolons. Infection by Pythium usually occurs through harvest wounds, especially at temperatures above 70 ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Fusarium Dry Rot and Seed-Piece Decay of Potato, HYG-3107-95
... may develop on tubers before harvest, most infections occur as the fungus enters tubers through harvest wounds. Small, brown lesions appear at wound sites 3-4 weeks after harvest and continue to enlarge during ... often result in a slimy rot when infection by secondary soft-rot bacteria follows. Management Harvest tubers only after the vines are completely dead to ensure skin maturity. Take all ...
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Citrus: Safe Handling Practices for Consumers
... ). Examine the stem end for areas where the peel may have been torn during harvest. Any wounds provide hiding places for microbial contamination. Be sure freshly squeezed citrus juice is covered and ... well with cool tap water. Figure 2 Examine fruit and cut away areas with minor wounds (cuts, scrapes, or ripped peel) where microorganisms can hide. Discard fruit with visible decay. Avoid ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Fresh Produce Handling, Sanitation, and Safety Measures: Citrus
... is sprayed on can become contaminated as well. Allow a drying period before harvest. The longer the period between harvest and the last irrigation, the less likely any contaminating pathogens have survived ... and harvest bags before each use and storing them such that they remain clean reduces the chances of contamination. Contact with dirt (e.g. sand) in the container can cause microscopic wounds ...
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Bt (Bacillus thuringiensis) The Natural Insecticide
... are negligible although inhalation or contact with eyes or open wounds should be avoided. 2) Bt can be used right up until harvest, which allows for a longer term control as compared to other insecticides requiring a waiting period from time of application to time of harvest. 3) There is no waiting period from time of application before re-entering the field ...
gardenline.usask.ca

California Backyard Orchard: Apricot
... & Planting First Year Care Irrigation Pollination Pruning & Training Fertilization Fruit Thinning Pests & Diseases Harvest & Postharvest Fruits & Nuts Master Gardeners Calendars Glossary Links About this Site Quick Search: ... rates to encourage vigorous growth. Fall Harvest Season Prune trees before onset of winter rains to prevent Eutypa fungus infection of pruning wounds. Remove about 20% last year ...
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California Backyard Orchard: Grapes
... & Planting First Year Care Irrigation Pollination Pruning & Training Fertilization Fruit Thinning Pests & Diseases Harvest & Postharvest Fruits & Nuts Master Gardeners Calendars Glossary Links About this Site Quick Search: ... buds are left per mature vine regardless of the pruning system. Daub pruning wounds with benomyl immediately after pruning to control Eutypa dieback. Spring Bloom Season Provide ...
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justgardeners.com
... to that time, including on Civil War battlefields, garlic was applied to wounds. People did not have an awareness of germs so they did ... allowed to remain in the ground, it will produce for the following harvest. Keep the garlic weeded and water throughout the season until the ... use a 5-10-10 fertilizer when the plants begin to sprout. Harvest as the stems begin to dry. Wipe excess dirt from the ...
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Vegetable Crops - pt 3
... be on raised beds. Soft Rot (bacteria - Erwinia carotovora): The bacterium enters through mechanical wounds or following damage caused by other diseases, insects or frost. Once the disease is ... be kept refrigerated. Market Disease (various causes): Several disorders can occur on lettuce after harvest and during transport, which could easily be confused with disease caused by pathogenic organisms. ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu

Vegetable Crops - pt 5
... drop. It is most commonly observed from mid-season to harvest. Individual plants may produce few potatoes even though large vines ... rot is recognized to be a serious problem, then early harvest will aid in reducing losses. Internal Cork (virus): Foliar ... infect roots in the field before harvest while others enter the potatoes through wounds made at harvest or during handling. Decayed spots may ...
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