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13- Onion, Garlic and Oil Crop Disease:
... material, appears to reduce neck rot disease in storage and shipping. Integrated pest management (IPM) for white rot and neck rot has been conducted by combining chemical control methods of fungicides, herbicides, insecticides, growth regulators and microelements. These treatments have been very successful in reducing infection. The oil crops disease ...
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15- Vegetable Disease:
... and covers approximately 3.000 feddans. Collar rot, caused by the pathogen Alternaria solani, is another economically serious disease affecting tomato transplants. Research efforts have resulted ... Douglas' resistant to fruit rot disease. Advances with specific fungicide applications have increased yields by 50 to 70% and sometimes more. Two specific examples of disease problems now successfully ...
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Red Stele Root Rot of Strawberry, HYG-3014-95
... 43210-1087 Red Stele Root Rot of Strawberry HYG-3014-95 Michael A. Ellis Many commercial strawberry cultivars are susceptible to the red stele fungus. This root rot disease has become a serious problem facing strawberry production in the northern two-thirds of the United States. The disease is most destructive in heavy clay ...
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APSnet Education center - Plant Disease Lessons - Black Shank of Tobacco
... Shank of Tobacco. The Plant Health Instructor. DOI: 10.1094/PHI-I-2006-0717-01 DISEASE: Black Shank of Tobacco PATHOGEN: Phytophthora nicotianae Breda de Haan (synonyms: Phytophthora parasitica var. ... Black shank can be a devastating root and crown rot disease of all types of tobacco, with losses in individual fields reaching 100%. The disease was first described from Indonesia in 1896, but ...
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New Disease Reports - Basal rot of Alstroemeria spp. caused by Fusarium oxysporum in Argentina
... Commonwealth Mycological Institute. Chang KF, Mirza M, 1993. The occurrence of root rot disease complex of alstroemeria in Alberta. Canadian Plant Disease Survey 73, 38. Chang KF, Barr DJS, Hwang SF, Mirza M, 1994. Effect of interactions between Fusarium, Rhizoctonia, and Pythium on root and rhizome rot of Alstroemeria. ...
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New Disease Reports - First report of root rot of stevia caused by Sclerotium rolfsii in India
... . Between June and September 2005, a disease survey was conducted in different stevia-producing villages of Erode district in Tamil Nadu State. A new root rot disease was observed on 2-month old ... ) observed a stem rot disease of stevia for the first time in India and identified the causal agent as Sclerotinia sclerotiorum. Megeji et al. (2005) recorded a stem rot disease on stevia at Palampur ...
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Fruit Rot
... Phomopsis soft rot (Phomopsis vaccinii) is a fruit rot caused by the same fungus that causes blueberry twig blight in NC and blueberry cane canker in northern states. This fruit rot disease was relatively unknown and of minor importance until the release of the cultivar Harrison. Although high yielding and large fruited, Harrison is extremely susceptible to Phomopsis fruit rot and ...
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ODIN001 - MANAGEMENT OF PHYTOPHTHORA ROOT ROT OF FRASER FIR
... counties. The root rot disease caused by Phytophthora cinnamomi is widespread and difficult to control in North Carolina. This disease has a wide range ... disease. When disease occurs under nursery or plantation conditions, management of root rot can be successfully accomplished by integrating silvicultural and chemical techniques. These techniques may be summarized as follows: Purchase disease ...
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Questions on Tree Disease
... attacks, essentially killing it off. This is a progressive, terminal disease. You have a university in Guelph, Ontario with a good ... number of problems: the anthracnose fungus; a root-rot disease; and a soil-borne disease known as Verticillium wilt, which can very effectively ... A: Your tree sample showed heavy infection of a fungal leaf spot disease. Control by cleaning all leaf litter this fall, then ...
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Buckeye Rot of Tomato
... rot, which results in a soft, watery rot of the fruit, tomatoes with buckeye rot initially remain firm. Buckeye rot lesions may, however, be invaded by soft rot bacteria in the later stages of disease development. Phytophthora parasitica can also cause damping-off of seedlings, stem cankers near the soil line, or leaf blight, but these symptoms are not as common as the fruit rot. Disease ...
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