Plant Pathology, Disease Control of Fruit and Vegetables

Chronic Infection of The Citrus tristeza Virus in Citrus sinensis / C. aurantium Trees in A Restrictive Thermal Regime in Yucatán

  The citrus tristeza virus (CTV) is a pathogen present in almost all citrus areas. It reduces production in plantations with susceptible rootstocks, such as sour orange trees. The aim of this study was to temporally characterize the behavior of CTV considering its population structure (...
Patricia Rivas-Valencia
Emiliano Loeza-Kuk
Santiago Domínguez-Monge
Claudia Tania Lomas-Barrié
Revista Chapingo Serie Horticultura

Growing Cherries in Virginia

  Cherries are grown in many parts of the world, but they have never gained the popularity in North America that they have in Europe and the Middle East. Cherries probably originated in the region between the Caspian and Black Seas, where trees still grow in the wild. ...
Richard P. Marini
Virginia Cooperative Extension

Stem and Root Rot of Stevia Caused by A. Rolfsii

  Table of Contents:  Pathogens Host Crops and and Plants Symptoms and Signs  Disease Cycle Management    
Alyssa Koehler
David Shew
NC State Extension

2018 Southeastern US Vegetable Crop Handbook

  Table of Contents: General Production Recommendations List of Insects, Disease, and Weed Control Tables Specific Commodity Recommendation Pest Management Calibrating Chemical Application Equipment Registered Fungicides, Insecticides, and Miticides for Vegetables Insect and Weed Control...
A. Majumdar
J.M. Kemble
G.G. Kennedy
J.F. Walgenbach
R.B. Batts
M. Clough
J.M. Davis
E.R. Eure
C.C. Gunter
K.M. Jennings
D.W. Monks
J.R. Schultheis
A.C. Thornton
T.E. Birdsell
L.M. Quesada-Ocampo
F.J. Louws
I.M. Meadows
A.N. Sparks
G.E. Boyhan
T.W. Coolong
B. Dutta
S. Culpepper
R. A. Schmidt-Jeffris
P. Smith
R.L. Hassell
G.A. Miller
B.K. Ward
A. Keinath
M. Cutulle
K. Fontenot
C. Motsenbocker
T. Smith
R. Singh
E. Rebek
L. Brandenberger
G. Driever
J. Shrefler
K. Woodburn
J. Damicone
H. Zhang
R.D. French
J. Lee
A. McWhirt
R.T. Bessin
E. Pfeufer
H. Savoy
F.A. Hale
C. Sams
A.L. Wszelaki
R.A. Arancibia
R.A. Straw
T.P. Kuhar
S.L. Rideout
M.S. Reiter
Southeastern Vegetable Extension Workers

Detección y Cuantificación por QPCR de Colletotrichum Lindemuthianum en Trjidos y Semillas de Frijol en Antioquia, Colombia

  La antracnosis del frijol causada por Colletotrichum lindemuthianum, es una de las enfermedades más limitantes de este cultivo. El patógeno se dispersa principalmente por semilla, por lo que la siembra de material certificado es fundamental para su manejo. La...
Katherin Vanegas-Berrouet
Leonardo Martínez-Pacheco
Mauricio Salazar-Yepes
Pablo Gutiérrez-Sánchez
Mauricio Marín-Montoya

Emergence and Morphophysiology of Sunki Mandarin and Other Citrus Genotypes Seedlings under Saline Stress

  The scarcity of good quality water is a limiting factor for irrigated agriculture, especially in arid and semiarid regions, where water sources generally contain high concentrations of ions. In such conditions, it is essential to cultivate genotypes with economic potential and tolerance to...
Marcos E. B. Brito
Lauriane A. A. Soares
Walter S. Soares Filho
Pedro D. Fernandes
Elaine C. B. Silva
Francisco V. S. Sá
Luderlândio A. Silva
Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research

Herbs for Texas Landscape

  Herbs are an ancient category of the plant world. Found almost everywhere, herbs have been defined generally as “the useful plants.” Besides adding beauty, herbs are used for cooking, making scents and perfumes, practicing aromatherapy, herbal healing in ...
Joseph Masabni
Ann Wheeler
Mengmeng Gu
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

2017 Florida Plant Disease Management Guide: Watermelon

  Table of Contents:  Specific Common Diseaeses Alternaria Leaf Spot (Alternaria cucumerina) Anthracnose (Colletotrichum orbiculare) Angular Leaf Spot (Pseudomonas syringae pv. lachrymans/Pseudomnas syringae) Bacterial Fruit Blotch (Acidovorax citrulli) Blossom-end Rot (Calcium...
Pamela D. Roberts
IFAS Extension, University of Florida

Growing Potatoes at Home

  The potato is one of America's most popular vegetables. Each year, Americans eat an average of 125 pounds of potatoes per person. Solanum tuberosum--also called the Irish potato--is a cool season crop. During the winter and spring months, Florida's commercial farms grow and...
Horticulture Sciences Department, University of Florida
Horticulture Sciences Department, University of Florida

Insect Management for Cruciferous

  Cruciferous vegetables are a large and increasingly important crop group in Florida. A number of insects feed exclusively on crucifers and affect all of the crops listed in the title above. Because most of the newer insecticides are being labeled for the entire crop...
H. A. Smith
A. Niño
S. E. Webb
IFAS Extension, University of Florida