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EXTOXNET PIP - AZINOPHOS-METHYL
... It is nonsystemic, meaning that it is not transported from one plant part to another. It is used primarily as a foliar ... disappearance of azinphos-methyl from soil is more rapid in the surface layers (0 2.5 centimeters deep) than it is in the ... on the rate and frequency of application, nature of the plant surface, and weather conditions such as rainfall, temperature, sunlight, humidity, and wind ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - DIQUAT DIBROMIDE
... other parts of the plant. The herbicide interferes with cell respiration, the process by which plants produce energy. Diquat dibromide is broken down on the plant surface by photochemical degradation [58]. It is rapidly absorbed by aquatic weeds from the surrounding water and concentrated in the plant tissue [8]. Thus, even ...
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Powdery Mildew of Grape, HYG-3018-94
... the powdery mildew fungus does not require free water on the plant tissue surface to infect. Powdery mildew can result in reduced vine growth, ... rot and downy mildew that require free water on the plant surface before the fungus spores can germinate and infect. Low, diffuse ... downy mildew to develop. Cleistothecia are formed on the surface of infected plant parts in late fall. Many of them are washed ...
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Using Fungicide Sprays Effectively, HYG-3038-96
... , stem or flower surfaces. When the pathogen arrives on the plant surface, it encounters this barrier and is unable to infect the plant. Effective fungicide use requires that this barrier be as complete ... usually is made at a time close to but before the pathogen arrives on the plant surface. This information is often provided on the pesticide label or is available in Extension literature ...
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On-Line Glossary: P
... less uniformly over the cell surface. (16) Peronosporales. Specialized forms of the Oomycetes, including aquatic and terrestrial species; many species in this order are plant pathogens (damping-off fungi, downy ... that interacts with a pathogen on the plant surface to inhibit infection before it takes place. Non systemic. (16) protection. A principle of plant disease control in which a barrier is ...
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ZZ Plant...Cuttings? - House Plants Forum - GardenWeb
... . The plant must have liked it because I have two new leaf stalks pop up and two more that are just breaking the surface of the soil. Here is a link that might be useful: http://members.chello.at/norbert.anderwald/Zamioculcas/index_e.htm RE: ZZ Plant... ... . Sometimes I will add some extra perlite depending on the plant. Tom RE: ZZ Plant...Cuttings? clip this post email this post what is ...
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HostaRegistrar.org: American Hosta Society Online Registry and Hosta Plant Database
... rearrangement that is genotypically or phenotypically different from the original individual. STABLE - (in Hosta) a plant that maintains its solid or variegated pattern when propagated by division. STAMEN – the ... to the touch, of a fully expanded leaf blade. TEXTURE - the characteristics of the leaf surface to the eye. TWISTED – a leaf rotated around itself producing an askew condition. ...
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DIAGNOSING PLANT DAMAGE - Define the Problem
... IS NOT ABNORMAL FOR THIS PLANT. Therefore, it is not a problem. Always compare the typical diseased plant with a healthy or normal plant, since normal plant parts or seasonal changes are sometimes mistakenly assumed to be evidence of disease. Examples are the brown, spore, producing bodies on the lower surface ...
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DIAGNOSING PLANT DAMAGE - Figure 2-4
... DAMAGING FACTOR AT JUNCTION OF NORMAL AND ABNORMAL PLANT TISSUE. GRADUAL DECLINE of entire plant or a major portion of it is caused ... if affected branches are concentrated on one side of the plant suspect a nonliving factor such as weather (wind, snow, etc), ... sunken. There may be small, pinlike projections or bumps over surface of dead bark: These are spore-producing structures of pathogenic fungi. ...
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Plant Path 369L
... symptoms. You will also inoculate an unknown onto a universal host, Chenopodium quinoa. Inoculating plant viruses Inoculating plant viruses involves rubbing an extract of virus infected tissue on a healthy leaf. Leaves ... mesh carborundum) with the inoculum and rubs it onto the surface of a healthy leaf. Most cells on the leaf surface remain undamaged and will not be infected. On the other hand ...
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