Plant Disease

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Mushroom Integrated Pest Management

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Authors: 
P. Coles
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S. Fleischer
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W. Barber
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D. Rinker
Authors: 
S. Whitney
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C. Keil
Authors: 
D. Beyer
Authors: 
P. Wuest
Authors: 
P. Romaine
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The Pennsylvania State University
Year: 
2,002

Tubo de Muestreo “El Chucho”

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Las dos herramientas más importantes y fundamentales para el técnico de campo son una lupa y un tubo para muestreo de suelo. Para llevar a cabo las tareas de supervisión de un cultivo en el campo se debe prestar atención al estado general del cultivo. Para ello, las siguientes características deben ser observadas:

Authors: 
Fundación Hondureña de Investigación Agrícola
Publisher: 
USAID
Year: 
2,007

Greenhouse IPM Manual with an Emphasis on Biocontrols

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Authors: 
Cathy Thomas
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R.A. Dunn
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Gary W. Moorman
Authors: 
Ruth Welliver
Publisher: 
The Pennsylvania State University
Year: 
2,005

Crucifer Diseases: Black Rot

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Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris

Black rot occurs on all cultivated crucifers and several wild species. Lesions typically begin at the leaf margin and progress inward forming V-shaped chlorotic lesions. With time the lesions begin to dry and become necrotic. Infection normally occurs through leaf pores, but it can occur any place on the leaf where insect or mechanical wounds allow for bacterial entry.

Authors: 
Lowell L. Black
Publisher: 
AVRDC – The World Vegetable Center
Year: 
2,001

Efecto de la Erradicación de Plantas Enfermas por el PRSV-P en un Sistema de Manejo Integrado del Papayo (Carica papaya L.) en Veracruz, México

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Authors: 
Elías Hernández
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Juan Antonio Villanueva
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José Antonio Mora
Authors: 
Raúl Mosqueda
Publisher: 
Revista Mexicana de Fitopatología
Year: 
2,004

Health Management for Citrus Orchards

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In its broadest sense, "citrus health management" means managing the health of citrus trees in a way which gives a net profit by integrated measures, including Integrated Pest Management (IPM), soil and water management and cultural practices. This chapter discusses IPM measures to keep disease-free seedlings free of pests and diseases once they have been planted out in the orchard.

Authors: 
Citrus Production: A Manual for Asian Farmers
Publisher: 
Food & Fertilizer Technology Center
Year: 
2,003

Bacterial Soft Rot

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Erwinia carotovora subspecies carotovora, atroseptica and chrysanthemi

 

Authors: 
Lowell L. Black
Publisher: 
AVRDC – The World Vegetable Center
Year: 
2,001

Pest control in grapes

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Grapevines require annual pruning to remain productive and manageable and to achieve consistent yields. Dormant vines are pruned in early spring to adjust pruning severity to account for midwinter cold injury. Growers control production by pruning to achieve consistent yields. Grapevines can potentially produce 10-–12 tons per acre (average is 5 tons). Allowing vines to overproduce reduces vigor and future yields.

Authors: 
Bruce Bordelon
Authors: 
Cheri Janssen
Authors: 
Fred Whitford
Publisher: 
Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service
Year: 
1,999

Integrated Disease Management for Vegetable Crops in Florida

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Authors: 
Mathews Paret
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Nick Dufault
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Tim Momol
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Jim Marois
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Steve Olson
Publisher: 
University of Florida, IFAS
Year: 
2,012

Pest control in tomatoes for processing

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Processed tomato products fall into two categories: high value products and soft products. High value includes whole peel products such as whole tomatoes, diced tomatoes, and salsa. Ketchup, sauces, and juice are considered soft products. Tomatoes used for high value products receive higher market prices. Approximately 80% of the tomatoes raised in Indiana go into high value products.

Authors: 
Cheri Janssen
Authors: 
Steve Smith
Authors: 
Rick Foster
Authors: 
Richard Latin
Authors: 
Stephen Weller
Authors: 
Fred Whitford
Publisher: 
Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service
Year: 
1,999
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