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Peach Leaf Curl, HYG-3006-94
... Symptoms of leaf curl appear in the spring. Developing leaves become severely distorted (thickened and puckered), and have a reddish or purple cast. Later, as spores form on the leaf surface, the leaves ... degrees F. Rain is necessary for infection. Control Leaf curl is not difficult to control. Since the fungus survives the winter on the surface of twigs and buds, a single fungicide spray ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Strawberry Leaf Spot Diseases, HYG-3015-95
... warm conditions. Leaf Spot Leaf spot is caused by the fungus, Mycosphaerella fragariae. Symptoms of leaf spot first appear as circular, deep purple spots on the upper leaf surface. These ... leaf surface that spread the disease during early summer. These spores are spread by splashing rain. Middle-aged leaves are most susceptible. Lesions also develop on stems, petioles and runners. Leaf Scorch Leaf ...
ohioline.osu.edu
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Leaf Terminology (Part 2)
... water through transpiration. See the following highly magnified view of the paired guard cells: The leaf surface of a species of Tradescantia, also known as spiderwort (Commelinaceae), a plant that is ... containing a nucleus. Microscopic view of the paired guard cells and stoma on the leaf surface of spiderwort (Tradescantia). An opening or stoma develops between the inflated (turgid) guard cells ...
waynesword.palomar.edu

New Disease Reports - First record of Alternaria petroselini sensu lato causing leaf blight on parsley in Australia
... /06 During 2005 surveys for parsley diseases in Australia, an Alternaria was isolated from leaf blighted plants in Chambers Flat, Queensland and Clyde, Victoria. Symptoms included chlorotic and necrotic ... days typical leaf blight symptoms could be seen. Plants were heavily blighted 18 days after inoculation (Fig. 2). The fungus was reisolated by directly removing conidia from the leaf surface. This ...
www.bspp.org.uk

Pear Leaf Blister Mite
... Pests, by Angus H. Howitt, Michigan State University The pear leaf blister mite is an eriophyid mite. It came from ... leaf surface. If you like at these with a hand lens, you will see many small mites. Heavy infestations cause blistering of leaves that can seriously impair leaf ... start feeding. The resulting irritation produces a thickening of the leaf tissue a gall. The eggs are laid in the fall ...
www.canr.msu.edu

Leaf Spot
... on the upper leaf surface of some cultivars, or it may be indistinct and confined to the lower leaf surface. Chlorotic spots with reddish borders are common on the leaf surface and may be ... or Trilogy (Neem Oil) in early season sprays actually increases leaf spots, probably by damaging the protective waxes on the leaf surface that normally block fungal penetration. Summer mowing (topping) has ...
www.ces.ncsu.edu

CornDIN003 - Gray Leaf Spot in Corn
... ] [Back to Corn Disease Notes] [Other Resources] General Information Gray leaf spot is caused by the fungus Cercospora zeae-maydis. ... leaf spot are rectangular lesions on the leaf surface 1 to 5 mm in width by as much as 6 cm long, that are usually restricted by small leaf ... the lesions may coalesce and the entire leaf may turn brown. Management Resistance to gray leaf spot is controlled by many genes ...
www.ces.ncsu.edu
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Get Growing Gardening Tips 48- Birch Leaf Miner
... Dr. Michael Hickman, Associate Director, Devonian Botanic Garden Birch Leaf Miner The BIRCH LEAF MINER (Fenusa pusilla) is the most common of ... upper leaf surface of the young leaves near the midrib. Larvae enter the leaves soon after hatching, and feed on the inner leaf ... will keep the tree healthy and better able to withstand leaf miner attacks. Return to Get Growing Gardening Tips Main Page Back ...
www.devonian.ualberta.ca

Rhubarb Leaf Spots
... leaf spots. Symptoms Ascochyta leaf spot Leaf infection with Ascochyta rhei first appears as small, green-yellow, irregular spots that are less than one half inch in diameter on the upper leaf surface. The leaf ...
www.extension.umn.edu

Identify by Leaf
... by Leaf Flattened Leaves select the image that best matches your sample Needles narrow, pointed at ends, green in color, without white lines on the under surface Baldcypress Needles wider, rounded ... white lines on the under surface Eastern Hemlock Sargent Weeping Hemlock NOTE: Read both fact pages to separate these two similar kinds of hemlock. BY NAME || BY LEAF || BY FRUIT || BACKGROUND || HOME ...
www.oplin.org




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