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Brown Rot - June, 1998
... Losses of peach vary with susceptibility of the cultivar. II. Symptoms: Typical disease symptoms induced by M. fructicola include blossom and twig blight (photo 2-49), cankers (photo 2-50), and fruit ... the blossom, the fungus enters the shoot where it causes a canker on which spores are also produced. Shoot blight symptoms will occur if the fungus girdles the shoot. Leaves on such shoots turn tan ...
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Brown Rot - July, 1997
... Losses of peach vary with susceptibility of the cultivar. II. Symptoms: Typical disease symptoms induced by M. fructicola include blossom and twig blight (photo 2-49), cankers (photo 2-50), and a fruit ... the blossom, the fungus enters the shoot where it causes a canker on which spores are also produced. Shoot blight symptoms will occur if the fungus girdles the shoot. Leaves on such shoots turn tan ...
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Fire Blight Pruning
... shoot blight symptoms on a limb that has an old canker from last year. This old canker is located in the area where the other fire blight symptoms are found. The shoot blight symptoms from old cankers appear before shoot blight from blossom infections. The old canker was the source of the infection. By the time shoot blight symptoms ...
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Fire Blight Symptoms
... leaf tissue quickly turns black. Orange Shoot Tips Orange or yellow shoot tips are often the first sign that the shoot is infected systemically and will die. Shoot Blight Symptoms Wilting stems and bacterial ooze The ... if the number of infections is small and they are easy to find. These symptoms are visible as shoot blight symptoms become common in the orchard. The small white flecks visible on the ...
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Sphaeropsis Tip Blight
... Ponderosa pine, Scotch pine and Mugo pine are also susceptible. The most conspicuous symptoms of Sphaeropsis tip blight are stunted new shoots with short, brown needles still partially encased in their sheath ... tip blight can be confused with damage caused by pine tip moths; however, pine tip moth damage can be distinguished by the presence of larvae or tunnels within the affected shoot. Extremely ...
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Dothistroma Needle Blight
... drops off the tree. Typically, clusters of needles within a shoot are infected. Lower branches of trees are most severely ... the needles through natural openings and the infection process begins. Symptoms appear about three to four months after the first infection, ... can be skipped for another year. More information: Dothistroma Needle Blight of Pine, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service ...
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Fire Blight of Apples, Crabapples and Pears, HYG-3002-94
... and cotoneaster are all susceptible. Cultivars within some of these species are resistant. Symptoms Blossom and twig blight symptoms appear in the spring. Diseased blossoms become water-soaked and turn brown. The ... leafhoppers, and tarnished plant bugs; by wind whipping; or by hail. Fire blight bacteria multiply rapidly within an infected shoot. Droplets of ooze can form on the shoots within 3 days. ...
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Anthracnose Leaf Blight of Shade Trees, HYG-3048-96
... maples, as it is with sycamore anthracnose and dogwood anthracnose. The most common symptoms include brownish discoloration along veins, varying from discrete spots to irregular patches of ... lesser extent London planetree. Susceptibility of London planetree varies considerably with seed source. Shoot blight, leaf blight and twig and branch cankers and dieback can be severe. The fungus overwinters ...
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New Disease Reports - Cashew leaf and nut blight A new disease of cashew in Tanzania caused by Cryptosporiopsis spp.
... field within 7-10 days after inoculation. None of the control plants developed any symptoms. From leaf lesions a Cryptosporiopsis species was re-isolated that was identical morphologically to ... Pongpanich K, Yuan ZQ, Pham Quang Thu, Nguyen Tran Nguyen, 2002. Cryptosporiopsis leaf spot and shoot blight of eucalypts. Australasian Plant Pathology 31, 337-344. Sutton BC, 1980. The Coelomycetes. Kew, ...
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How to predict blossom blight using disease models
... to determine the potential of blossom blight infection. This model will also predict the appearance of symptoms of canker blight, blossom blight and shoot blight to help monitor infections that need to be removed before further spread of the disease. Maryblyt predicts potential risk of blossom blight ...
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