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Fruits affected by the fruit fly

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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS www.plantwise.org Created in Bolivia , July 2012 Fruits affected by the fruit fly Recognize the problem The flies attack several fruit classes. They prefer half-ripe and yellow fruits. They damage the pulp of fruits and cause early fall. You cannot export the fruit if fruit flies are present. The worms can be clearly seen in the fruits. They are more easily seen in guava and peach due to the color of their pulp. There are several types of flies but the most important ones are Mediterranean fly and South American fruit fly...

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Monilia in peach

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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS www.plantwise.org Created in Peru , October 2012 Monilia in peach Recognize the problem Monilia or brown rot attacks the peach when it has flowers. The flowers rot. They seem burned and fall. It also attacks recently set fruits, which become dry and fall. Fruits that are close to harvest also rot, dry and fall. The fruits show brown rot covered with ash powder. An uncontrolled monilia attack can lead to total loss of the harvest. Background Brown rot usually occurs during the rainy season, when there is high humidity....

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Mosaic viruses on Brassica

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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS www.plantwise.org Created in Kenya , December 2012 Mosaic Viruses on Brassica Recognize the problem The two most common viruses that affect brassicas are the Cauliflower Mosaic Virus and Turnip Mosaic Virus. The viruses can occur as individual diseases or together in a plant. When both Cauliflower Mosaic Virus and Turnip Mosaic Virus are present severe spotting will occur. Cauliflower Mosaic Virus causes unusual growths on the veins of the lower leaf surface. When plants are stored, they show black colourings with spots on...

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Pest and Disease Photoguide to Papaya disorders

KNOWLEDGE FOR LIFE Papaya disorders CABI PEST AND DISEASE PHOTOGUIDE TOIntroduction This photo booklet has been produced by the CABI-led Plantwise programme (www.plantwise.org) to aid extension officers and other plant health advisors in diagnosing the most common pests, diseases and abiotic problems of coffee around the world. The symptoms presented on a real plant sample can be compared with the photos in this guide to identify possible causes. The booklet is organized into two broad sections, one showing the common insect pests that attack the crop and the other showing the various...

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Stone fruit fungicides: resistance management

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Stone Fruit Fungicides Re s i s t a n ce M a n a g e m e n t July , 201 8 Stone Fruit Fungicides - Resistance Management The following table lists fungicides registered for use on stone fruit in British Columbia for brown rot , botrytis and/or powdery mildew, categorize d by resistance group. Fungicides in the same group have similar or identical modes of action. Over -use of fungicides in the same chemical group will lead to resistance problems. See recommendations below for resistance management. Also check market requir ements for each fungicide when considering...

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BestBet Canola2014

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‘Best Bet’ IPM strategy  Canola pests    Summer/autumn  Winter Spring Aphids    particularly  green peach  aphid (GPA) Assess virus risk.     High risk where:   summer rainfall creates a brassica green  bridge   warm conditions favour early aphid build‐ up and timing of flights    If high risk:   use an insecticide seed treatment to  manage virus spread (e.g. BWYV) by GPA   manage brassica weeds and volunteers  (ideally area wide) 3‐4 weeks before sowing   sow early to promote early flowering in  spring before aphids peak Monitor crops for aphid colonisation from  late winter when ...

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BestBet WinterPulsesSouth2014

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‘Best Bet’ IPM strategy  Decision making for insect management in grain crops (ipmworkshops.com.au)         Last revised October 2014  Winter pulse pests – Southern region    Post harvest, pre‐sowing  Establishment ‐vegetative Flowering ‐maturity Aphid vectors and  virus source Control green bridge (in  fallows)    Sow virus‐free seed    Sowing into standing stubble  may reduce aphid landing. Assess riskof aphid outbreak.  High risk when:   warm, mild conditions    abundant weed hosts    nearby food sources e.g. clover/medic  Aim to close canopy and minimise  gaps to  outcompete ...

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Sorghum IPMWorkshops north March2013

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                Sorghum insect pest management  Northern  grains region   Compiled  by  Melina  Miles,  March  2013  This publication has  been compiled  by Melina  Miles of Crop  and Food  Science,  Queensland  Department  of Agriculture, Fisheries  and  Forestry,  and draws  on previous publications and  original research  by Bernie  Franzmann,  Adam Hardy,  Dave Murray,  and Melina  Miles.  DAFF  and GRDC  funding for the  IPM  Workshops project  (DAQ00179) has assisted  the prepa ration  of this  publication.   Front  cover  photo  by  Ian  Partridge,  DAFF Queensland.  All other  ...

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Maize IPM Workshops north March2013

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                Maize insect pest management   Northern grains region   Compiled  by  Kate  Charleston,  March  2013  This publication has  been compiled  by Kate  Charleston  of  Crop  and Food  Science,  Queensland  Department  of Agriculture,  Fisheries and  Forestry,  and draws  on previous publications and  original research  by Dave  Murray  and other  departmental  Entomologists.  DAFF and GRDC  funding  for the  IPM  Workshops  project (DAQ00179)  has assisted  the preparation of  this public ation.   Unless otherwise  acknowledged, photographs are  provided by DAFF  Queensland...

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GRDC GrowNotes Safflower Northern

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GROWNOTES PLANNING/PADDOCK PREPARATION PRE-PLANTING PLANTING PLANT GROWTH AND PHYSIOLOGY NUTRITION AND FERTILISER WEED CONTROL INSECT CONTROL NEMATODE MANAGEMENT DISEASES PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS AND CANOPY MANAGEMENT CROP DESICCATION AND SPRAY OUT HARVEST STORAGE ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES MARKETING CURRENT AND PAST RESEARCH KEY CONTACTS NORTHERN SAFFLOWERS March 2017DISCLAIMER: Any recommendations, suggestions or opinions contained in this publicati\ on do not necessarily represent the policy or views of the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC). No person should act on t\ he...

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GrowNote Safflower North 00 Contents

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NORTHERN MARCH 2017 CONTENTS SAFFLOWERviii March 2017 contents Contentssafflowers What’s new Introduction A.1 Safflower agronomy at a glance ........................................................................\ ... xiv A.2 Crop overview ........................................................................\ .................................... xv A.2.1 Marketing safflower ........................................................................\ ........................ xvi Seed...

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GrowNote Sorghum North 00 Contents

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NORTHERN FEBRUARY 2017 CONTENTS SORGHUMix February 2017 Contents Contents Sorghum What’s new Introduction A.1 Agronomy at a glance ........................................................................\ ..................... xvi A.2 Crop overview ........................................................................\ .................................. xvii A.2.1 Production and utilisation issues ...................................................................... xviii Marketing...

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GrowNote Sorghum North 07 Insects

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SORGHUM PESTS AT A GLANCE | HELICOVERPA (HELICOVERPA ARMIGERA) | SORGHUM MIDGE (STENODIPLOSIS SORGHICOLA) | MINOR PESTS | CORN APHID (RHOPALOSIPHUM MAIDIS) NOR THERN SECTION 7 INSECT CONTROL FEBRUARY 2017 SORGHUM1 InseCt Control seCtIon 7 SORGHUM February 2017 Insect control Sorghum is susceptible to insect pests from emergence to late grainfill.\ Early sorghum pests include armyworms and soil insects. These pests are normally present in a grain sorghum crop in low numbers where their damage can be tolerated. However, seasonal conditions can sometimes stimulate the...

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pnleafcurl

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P EST N OTES Publication 7426 University of California Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program Agriculture and Natural Resources May 2012 Peach leaf curl, also known as leaf curl, is a disease caused by the fungus Taphrina deformans . Peach leaf curl af - fects the blossoms, fruit, leaves, and shoots of peaches, ornamental flower - ing peaches, and nectarines, and is one of the most common disease problems for backyard gardeners growing these trees. The distorted, reddened foliage that it causes is easily seen in spring. When severe, the disease can reduce fruit...

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8368s

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Hoja de recomendaciones para los Jardineros Maestros de California Publicación 8368-S / Agosto 2008 University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources http://anrcatalog.ucdavis.edu Manejo de plagas de árboles frutales deciduos durante el invierno PAMELA M. GEISEL, Coordinadora Académica, Programa Estatal Jardineros Maestros de la Universidad de California; y DONNA C. SEAVER, Representante del Programa, Programa Estatal Jardineros Maestros de la Universidad de California. Originalmente publicado como Winter Pest Management in Backyard Deciduous Fruit Trees (ANR...

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IN37100

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EENY-214 Mediterranean Fruit Fly, Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) (Insecta: Diptera: Tephritidae) 1 M. C. Thomas, J. B. Heppner, R. E. Woodruff, H. V. Weems, G. J. Steck, and T. R. Fasulo 2 1. This document is EENY-214 (originally published as DPI Entomology Circulars 4, 230 and 273, updated for this publication), one of a series of the Department of Entomology and Nematology Department, UF/IFAS Extension. Original publication date July 2001. Revised October 2007, June and September 2010, and October 2016. Visit the EDIS website at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu . This document is also...

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cassava white peach scale 052

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Photo 1 . L arg e n um ber (d ead ) o f m ale s ca le s, Pse u dau la ca sp is p en ta go na, on p ap er m ulb erry , Bro usso netia pap yrif e ra . Photo 2 . F em ale s ca le , Pse u dau la ca sp is pen ta go na, on c a ssa va. Photo 3 . In fe sta tio n o f m ale s ca le s, Pse u dau la ca sp is p en ta go na , o n b ele , Abelm osch us m an ih ot . Photo 4 . M ale (s te m t o le ft) a n d f e m ale (s te m to rig h t) s ca le s, Pse u dau la ca sp is pen ta go na. P acif ic P ests a n d P ath ogen s - F a ct S h eets P acif ic P ests a n d P ath ogen s - F a...

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green peach aphid 350

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Photo 1 . A dult , w in gle ss, g re en p each a p hid ; t h e whit e r e m ain s o f t h e s k in o f t h e la st m oult re m ain a tta ch ed t o t w o a p hid s. Photo 2 . N ym phs o f t h e g re en p each a p hid , Myzu s p ers ic a e , o n c a p sic u m . Photo 3 . A dult s a n d n ym phs o f t h e g re en p each ap hid , M yzu s p ers ic a e , o n s w eetp ota to . N ote th e b ro w n t in ge t o m an y o f t h e a d ult s . Photo 4 . A dult , w in ged , g re en p each a p hid , Myzu s p ers ic a e . Photo 5 . A dult , w in ged , g re en p each a p hid , Myzu s p...

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107013

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SYSTEMATICS OF MESOCRICONEMA XENOPLAX REVISITED: COMBINED ANALYSIS OF MORPHOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR MARKERS. Irma Tandingan De Ley, 1 Qi Li, 1 Joaquín Abolafia-Cobaleda, 2 Michael McKenry, 1 Isgouhi Kaloshian 1 & Paul De Ley. 1 1Department of Nematology, University of California, Riverside CA 92521, USA; 2Departamento de Biología Animal, Biología Vegeta l y Ecología, Universidad de Jaén, Jaén, 23071, Spain Abstract The ring nematode Mesocriconema xenoplax is a widespread species whose systematics is complicated by numerous taxonomic and diagnostic probl ems. Field data...

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az1468

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ARIZON A COO P E R AT I V E E TE NSION The Hualapai Reservation Quick Facts 10/08 College of Agriculture and Life Sciences AZ1468 The Hualapai Nation encompasses over 1,000,000 acres of land extending across parts of three counties: Mohave, Coconino and Yavapai. The Reservation land, established in 1883, is U shaped and bordered by the Grand Wash Cliffs on the West, the Colorado River to the North, and the Havasupai Reservation to the East. The majority of tribal members who reside on the reservation, live in or near the only town, Peach Springs....

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Prunus persica in differrent languages.

Amygdalus persica
Amygdalus persica Linn.
Prunus persica Stokes
Prunus persicae Stokes
Prunus persica var. platycarpa
Clingstone peach
Bonanza peach
Red Ceylon peach
Semen Persicae
Pessego
Pfirsich
Pesca
Melocoton
Pêche
Peach
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Tò̤
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Lurasnu
Pèssighe
Adi şaftalı
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桃樹
Гугъри
אפרסק
Perzeca
Бресква
Broskyňa obyčajná
Persegaro
Perseguièr
Rjaschen
Broskvoň obecná
आरु
Peach
Prunus persica
ატამა
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ਆੜੂ
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ท้อ
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Persika
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Pêcher
Persik

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