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Miscellaneous Information About Rose Mosaic Virus
... pictures of your leaves on the rose garden forum ( http://forums2.gardenweb.com/forums/roses/ ) and ask others for their opinion. Baldo Villigas also has pictures of infected leaves: Baldo Villigas ... infected - there is a published scientific study that the sap (with no added stabilizers) is able to infect indicator plants by abrading the leaves and placing the infected pollen on the abraded leaves ...
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Rose Pests and Spraying (for the Northeastern US)
... Infected leaves eventually turn yellow and drop. In severe cases, a plant may lose most or all of its leaves. Key Black Spot Facts Its spores over winter on dead leaves and infected ... infected, there is no cure for that leaf, and it is best removed as soon as possible to prevent it infecting other leaves ...
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Lily Pests and Diseases
... leaves and flowers. So any bulblets or stem bulbils from an infected plant will also be infected. Only the seeds are not affected, so if you have a clump of infected ... . Stem bulblets however can be saved. In heavily infected areas the soil should be completely replaces to a ... leaves quickly after watering or rain. Try not to get the leaves or the flowers wet. Keep an eye open for infected leaves ...
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Rose Pests and Spraying (for the Northeastern US)
... Infected leaves eventually turn yellow and drop. In severe cases, a plant may lose most or all of its leaves. Key Black Spot Facts Its spores over winter on dead leaves and infected ... infected, there is no cure for that leaf, and it is best removed as soon as possible to prevent it infecting other leaves ...
mhuss.com

Ask Extension Database, NDSU Extension Service
... and foliage becomes blighted with a common fungus disease called scab. Infected leaves may remain green or turn yellow, gray, or black. Infected leaves drop early, leaving a sparse tree well into fall. ... susceptible crabs, hawthornes, or apples benefit from thorough cleanup of diseased leaves. For best results, rake and discard leaves in fall when the trees become bare. This destroys the source ...
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F@B: April 2001 - Hot Topics
... pines (Pinus radiata) near Santa Cruz. The causal agent, Fusarium circinatum, had previously beendescribed from infected pines in the southeastern U.S. Thousands of trees have been killed in both ... Gum Lerp Psyllid in California Donald L. Dahlsten donaldd@nature.berkeley.edu ABOVE: Dahlsten with infected leaves. The red gum lerp psyllid (Glycaspsis brimblecombei) was first detected in June 1998, in ...
nature.berkeley.edu

Articles
... black/brown discoloration on both sides of the leaves. Shortly afterwards, on the underside of the leaves, an orange type of eruption occurs ( ... the leaves as this is where it is most noticeable. If you find rust, pick off all infected leaves, burn them, and isolate the infected plant. ... rest of your fuchsias daily to be sure no more are infected. If you find any treat the same way. Isolate any new ...
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Fire Blight of Apples, Crabapples and Pears, HYG-3002-94
... and very destructive bacterial disease of apples and pears. The disease is so named because infected leaves on very susceptible trees will suddenly turn brown, appearing as though they had been ... or pollinating insects. Actively growing shoot tips are infected by bacteria that have been spread by rain or insects from both cankers and infected blossoms. Invasion can occur directly through natural ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Scab of Apple and Crabapple, HYG-3003-94
... wet, cool weather that generally occurs in spring and early summer. Both leaves and fruit can be affected. Infected leaves may drop resulting in unsightly trees, with poor fruit production. This early defoliation may weaken trees and make them more susceptible to winter injury or other pests. Infected fruits ...
ohioline.osu.edu
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Chenopodium quinoa
... known “universal” host. Virologists seem to prefer Nicotiana benthamiana since infections are usually systemic and leaves are reputedly “cleaner” for virus purification. C. quinoa in fact has many advantages; even ... Nicotianas, but less than cowpea. Both virus and dsRNA can often be purified from locally infected leaves. Obviously C. quinoa is unsuitable for purifying a virus which gives only a few ...
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