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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... scab is the apple disease that requires the greatest number of fungicidal sprays for control. An alternative to using fungicides is to plant scab-immune or resistant varieties. OSU has tested scab-immune and scab-resistant apple varieties at their experimental farms in Corvallis. Lists of scab-immune and ...
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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... scab is the apple disease that requires the greatest number of fungicidal sprays for control. An alternative to using fungicides is to plant scab-immune or resistant varieties. OSU has tested scab-immune and scab-resistant apple varieties at their experimental farms in Corvallis. Lists of scab-immune and ...
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Scab on Potatoes
... no pesticides have been found too effectively control scab in home gardens. Cultural controls are the most effective and include the following: Do not plant scab-infected tubers. Use clean seed every year. Rotate planting site for potatoes Keep soil moisture high at tuber set (4 – 6 weeks after planting) Plant scab resistant cultivars. In ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Plant Pathology Glossary
... antimicrobial proteins that inhibit the growth and development of pathogens. Plant defensins are found throughout the plant kingdom and are released upon seed germination, creating an antimicrobial ... from non-living organic matter (usually dead and decaying plant or animal matter) by absorbing soluble organic compounds. Scab a discrete, superficial roughened lesion. View Image. Sclerotium (pl. ...
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Plant Pathology: Plant Diseases Overview
... a plant epidermis. Rot Disintegration of tissue, often caused by enzymes or toxins produced by pathogens. Rust Rust-coloured pustules formed by members of the Uredinales (rust fungi). Scab A ... Rot. Figure 8: Rust pustules. Figure 9: Scab. Figure 10: Smut. Figure 11: Vascular wilt. Figure 12: Powdery mildew. Link to Washington State University Plant Disease Gallery. Top Copyright University of ...
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Plant Pathology
... Scab (SOS) Collecting and Submitting Turf Samples for Disease Identification Common Bacterial Blight of Snap Bean in Florida Control of Soilborne Plant Diseases of Vegetables in Transplant Production Systems, Plant ...
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Plant Disease Fact Sheet Index
... 3018-94 (pdf) Bacterial Spot of Stone Fruits, HYG-3019-95 Scab of Peach, Nectarine, Plum, and Apricot, HYG-3020-92 (pdf) ... ) Hot Water and Chlorine Treatment of Vegetable Seeds to Eradicate Bacterial Plant Pathogens, HYG-3085-05 (pdf) Hot Water Treatment of Vegetable Seeds to Eradicate Bacterial Plant Pathogens in Organic Production Systems, HYG-3086-05 (pdf) Early Blight ...
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Department of Plant Pathology Plant Disease Facts
... Curvularia trifolli f. sp. gladioli Do not plant infected corms. Plant in pasteurized soil. Apply mancozeb or ... plant infected corms. Maintain a soil pH of 6.6-7.0 and use nitrate as the nitrogen source when fertilizing. Scab Brown spotting occurs on leaves. Brown, round, sunken areas with raised edges are on corms. A soft rot of the neck develops. Pseudomonas marginata Do not plant ...
www.cas.psu.edu

Plant Pathology Fact Sheets -- Fruit Pathology
... Plant Pathology Fact Sheets -- Fruit Pathology Jim Travis, Professor of Plant Pathology Jo Rytter, Research Support Assistant Pear Scab Pear scab is an economically important disease throughout ... apple scab. Fruit Pathology Home | Team | Research | Extension | Fact Sheets | Publications Fruit Research and Extension Center (FREC) | Lake Erie Regional Grape Research & Extension Center (LERGREC) Plant ...
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The Succulent Plant Page: Glossary of Botanical Terms
... with another virus which it depends on for replication. Savanna - a plant community dominated by grasses with occasional scattered trees. Scab - a hyperplastic symptom of disease characterised by rough, crusty lesions formed ... a slender or elongated fleshy structure that supports a plant or plant part such as a leaf or flower or a fungus. ii. waste plant material consisting of stem, seed pod etc. ...
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