Plant Disease

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All related to plant pathology control and management

Antifungal Activity of Different Extracts of Chenopodium album against Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cepae, the Cause of Onion Basal Rot

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Authors: 
Saima Rauf
Authors: 
Arshad Javaid
Publisher: 
International Journal of Agriculture and Biology
Year: 
2,013

Organic production of tomatoes in the amazon region by plants grafted on wild Solanum rootstocks

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Authors: 
Elaine Aparecida de Paula Farias
Authors: 
Regina Lúcia Félix Ferreira
Authors: 
Sebastião Elviro de Araújo Neto
Authors: 
Fabiana Cruz Costa
Authors: 
Damaris Suelen Nascimento
Publisher: 
Ciência e Agrotecnologia
Year: 
2,013

Crucifer Diseases: Clubroot (Plasmodiophora brassicae)

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

Avocado Diseases

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In New South Wales avocados are grown in the coastal areas north of Gosford with some plantings in the irrigation areas along the lower Murray River. The principal soils are basaltic clay loams on the coast and deep sands at Stuarts Point and on the Murray.
The main cultivar is Hass. It is grafted on seedling rootstocks derived from non-edible avocados of the Mexican or Guatemalan botanical races. Fuerte and Sharwil, once popular varieties, are now on the decline. Lamb Hass, a new variety, is being planted in some areas. Fruit are harvested from April to December.

Authors: 
R N. Allen
Authors: 
G.E. Stovold
Authors: 
J.F. Dirou
Publisher: 
NSW Agriculture
Year: 
2,004

Peanut- Insect, Disease, Nematode, and Weed Control Recommendations

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Authors: 
Alabama Cooperative Extension System
Publisher: 
Alabama A&M and Auburn Universities
Year: 
2,013

Identification & Management of Pumpkin Diseases

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Authors: 
Richard Latin
Authors: 
Karen Rane
Publisher: 
Purdue University
Year: 
1,999

Watermelon

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Authors: 
Todd C. Wehner
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North Carolina State University

Cacao Diseases in Central America

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Diseases are the biotic factor with the greatest impact in cacai production in Latin America and the world. In Central America, bacteria, viruses and nematodes do not cause significant problems; instead, fungi and similar organisms are responsible for most of the losses.

Authors: 
Wilbert Phillips-Mora
Authors: 
Rolando Cerda
Publisher: 
The Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center (CATIE)
Year: 
2,009

Diseases of Citrus in Arizona

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Authors: 
Mary Olsen
Authors: 
Mike Matheron
Authors: 
Mike McClure
Authors: 
Zhongguo Xiong
Publisher: 
The University of Arizona
Year: 
2,011

Management of Tomato Leaf Spot Caused by Alternaria tenuissima Wiltshire using Salicylic Acid and Agrileen

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Authors: 
Ramadan Agamy
Authors: 
Saad Alamri
Authors: 
Mahmoud F.M. Moustafa
Authors: 
Mohamed Hashem
Publisher: 
International Journal of Agriculture & Biology
Year: 
2,013
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