Plant Disease

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All related to plant pathology control and management

Control del Trips en Pimiento Nemátodos Entomopatógenos Frente al Control Químico

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Authors: 
J.C. Gázquez
Authors: 
J.A. Sánchez
Authors: 
D. Meca
Authors: 
F. J. Fernández
Authors: 
C. López
Authors: 
J. Hernández
Publisher: 
Cajamar Caja Rural
Year: 
2,007

Bioecology of Fungi-Pathogens of Flower Crops and the System to Combat Them

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For the first time, degree of damage of the disease Botrytis cinerea Pers. is founded in decorative colors in the Tashkent region. Chemical preparations are the most effective methods of struggle in the fight against diseases of ornamental crops.

Authors: 
Misirova Surayyo Abdumutalovna
Authors: 
Sarimsaqova Nilufar Sobirjonovna
Publisher: 
Scientific Research Publishing
Year: 
2,016

Effects of Bacillus cereus F-6 on Promoting Vanilla (Vanilla planifolia Andrews.) Plant Growth and Controlling Stem and Root Rot Disease

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Authors: 
Qingyun Zhao
Authors: 
Hui Wang
Authors: 
Zihui Zhu
Authors: 
Yinghui Song
Authors: 
Huan Yu
Publisher: 
Scientific Research Publishing
Year: 
2,015

Carbendazim Tolerant Induced Trichoderma viride for Integrated Management of Wire Stem of Cabbage

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Authors: 
Pradip Bhowmick
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M. K.
Authors: 
Saikia,
Authors: 
Himadri Kaushik
Authors: 
Pranab Dutta
Publisher: 
International Journal of Current Agricultural Research
Year: 
2,015

Biological Management of Damping-Off, Buckeye Rot and Fusarial Wilt of Tomato (cv. Solan Lalima) under Mid-Hill Conditions of Himachal Pradesh

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Authors: 
Nitika Thakur
Authors: 
Astha Tripathi
Publisher: 
Scientific Research Publishing
Year: 
2,015

Water Consumption and Vegetative Growth Progress in Resistant and Susceptible Olive Cultivars Infected by Verticillium dahliae

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Authors: 
Fahima Birem
Authors: 
Esteban Alcántara-Vara
Authors: 
Francisco Javier López-Escudero
Publisher: 
Scientific Research Publishing
Year: 
2,016

Anti-bacterial Activity of Guizotia scabra L. and Maesa lanceolata L. Extracts on Erwinia carotovora L. Responsible for Irish Potato Soft Rot in Rwanda

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Authors: 
Francis Dominic Nzabuheraheza
Authors: 
Anathalie Niyigena Nyiramugwera
Publisher: 
African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development
Year: 
2,015

Effect of the Treatments in Controlling Purple Blotch Complex of Onion (Allium cepa L.)

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Authors: 
Umme Sarifun Akter
Authors: 
Harun Or Rashid
Authors: 
Aminur Rahman
Authors: 
Rafiqul Islam
Authors: 
Maksudul Haque
Publisher: 
Academic Journal of Plant Sciences
Year: 
2,015

Performance of ‘Valencia’ Orange (Citrus sinensis [L.] Osbeck) on 17 Rootstocks in a Trial Severely Affected by Huanglongbing

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‘Valencia’ orange (Citrus sinensis [L.] Osbeck) was grown on 17 rootstocks through seven years of age and the first four harvest seasons in a central Florida field trial severely affected by huanglongbing (HLB) disease. All trees in the trial had HLB symptoms and were shown by PCR to be infected with Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus (Las). Large differences were noted between rootstocks for many metrics examined, including yield, fruit quality, and tree size.

Authors: 
Kim D. Bowman
Authors: 
Greg McCollum
Authors: 
Ute Albrecht
Publisher: 
Scientia Horticulturae
Year: 
2,016

Controlling Black Knot in Michigan

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Black knot (Apiosporina morbosa), is a striking disease and a major disease of plum trees in Michigan. Black knot appears on the woody parts of the tree including twigs, limbs and sometimes the trunks. Black knot attacks plums, wild cherries and some ornamental cherries. Cultivated sweet and sour cherry trees are seldom attacked in Michigan. Black knot is found throughout Michigan in commercial and home orchards and in wild plum and cherry thickets.

Disease pictures and control methods are discussed.

Authors: 
Mark Longstroth
Publisher: 
Michigan State University Extension
Year: 
2,016
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