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OD14 - ORNAMENTAL DISEASE NOTE NO. 14 DAMPING-OFF IN SEED BEDS FLOWER AND VEGETABLE SEEDLINGS
... ORNAMENTAL DISEASE NOTE NO. 14 DAMPING-OFF IN SEED BEDS FLOWER AND VEGETABLE SEEDLINGS Damping-off in Flower and Vegetable Seedlings Ornamental Disease Note No. 14 Ronald K. Jones, Plant ... include species of Rhizoctonia, Pythium, Fusarium, Phytophthora, Sclerotinia, Sclerotium, Botrytis, and others. Germinating seed and seedlings, especially weak ones, are vulnerable to attack by these fungi during ...
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NCSU Plant Disease Information Notes -- Vegetables
... in Greenhouses VDIN-005 Crop Protectants for Controlling Diseases of Vegetable Crops in Greenhouses VDIN-006 Disease Resistance in Vegetable Varieties VDIN-007 Root Rots of Green Beans and Lima ... NO-103 Sweetpotato Scurf NO-118 Botrytis Blight in Vegetable Greenhouse and Plant Beds ODIN-014 Damping-off in Seed Beds - Flower and Vegetable Seedlings Ginseng Disease Control Other Links 2005 Tomato ...
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Hort on the Internet: Vegetables
... Seed Starting: Vegetable Seeds Septic Drain Field - Virginia Specialty Vegetable - Texas Storing Vegetables - Illinois Temp Effects on Vegetables Transplants - NC State USDA Vegetable Lab Vegetable Cultivar List - NC State Vegetable Gardening Guide - Florida Vegetable Gardening Handbook - Florida Vegetable ...
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CROP PROTECTANTS FOR CONTROLLING DISEASES OF VEGETABLE CROPS IN GREENHOUSES
... FOR CONTROLLING DISEASES OF VEGETABLE CROPS IN GREENHOUSES Crop Protectants for Controlling Diseases of Vegetable Crops in Greenhouses Vegetable Disease Information Note 5 (VDIN-005) Charles W Averre, Extension ... top-quality seed or plants obtained from reliable sources. Seed are ordinarily treated by the seed producer for the control of seed decay and damping-off. However, tomato seed also should ...
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SOUTHERN BLIGHT OF VEGETABLE CROPS
... SOUTHERN BLIGHT OF VEGETABLE CROPS Southern Blight of Vegetable Crops Vegetable Disease Information Note 9 (VDIN-009) Charles W Averre, Extension Plant Pathologist Southern blight, also ... affected stem tissues and adjoining surface soil; later smooth, light tan to dark brown mustard seed-like bodies called sclerotia are evident in the mold. The sclerotia are diagnostic for the ...
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VDIN-011 - Anthracnose of Cucurbits
... a field or to adjoining fields. Management Spring Cucumbers and Watermelons Disease-free seed is desirable. Obtain seed, if possible, that has been produced in the dry inner valleys of ... a modified moldboard plow. The procedure to follow is given in Vegetable Disease Information Note #9. Other Resources Back to Vegetable Disease Notes Plant Disease Information Notes Home Page Horticulture Leaflets ...
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VDIN018 - Bacterial Spot of Pepper and Tomato
... Pathologist [General Information] [Symptoms] [Cause] [Source of Infection] [Field Spread] [Control] [Cautions] [Back to Vegetable Disease Notes] [Other Resources] General Information Bacterial leafspot is a severe disease of ... 1 gallon of this solution for each pound of seed. Prepare fresh solution for each batch of seed treated. Rinse seed in clean water immediately after removal from the Clorox ...
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Vegetable Garden Planting Guide
... Vegetable Garden Planting Guide Vegetables Suggested Planting Dates1 for Seed or Transplants Suggested Cultivars Distance Between Plants inches Planting Depth inches Min. Soil Temp. F2 ...
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New Vegetable Cultivars for 2001
... kernel and the sturdy plants have excellent disease tolerance. (Harris Seeds) Tomato F1 'Jolly" AAS Vegetable Award Winner is a delicious, new pink tomato. The vigorous indeterminate vines produce abundant clusters ... tomatoes per cluster. Yield ripe fruit in about 70-75 days from transplanting. (Known-You Seed) Tomato F1 'Granny Smith' fruits ripen with plenty of flavor without ever turning red. ...
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Vegetable Pollination
... Vegetable Pollination Pollination is the transfer of pollen from the male ... . Pollination becomes important when we grow vegetables for their seeds, fruit, or seed pods. Without pollination the seeds and fruit will not develop. Most plants ... for fear that insects or wind might deposit foreign pollen on a given vegetable and produce off-flavors or shapes. Two different cultivars of pumpkin can cross ...
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