Fusarium oxysporum

Names

Fusarium oxysporum in different languages.

Fusarium bulbigenum
Fusarium vasinfectum
Basal rot
Corm rot
Foot rot
Root rot
Seedling wilt
Wilt
Basalfäule
Fußfäule
Stengelgrundfäule
Welke
Zwiebelfäule
Flétrissement fusarien
Fusariose vasculaire
Piétin fusarien des céréales
Pourridié fusarien
Fusariosis vascular
Marchitez fusariosis
Podredumbre fusariana
Fusarium angustum
Fusarium bulbigenum
Fusarium dianthi
Fusarium orthoceras

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Chemical control of Fusarium wilt of chillies


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.orgCreated in Pakistan, June 2014
Chemical control of Fusarium Wilt of Chillies
Recognize the problem
Fusarium wilt is caused by a fungus, which is not easy to see on the plant. The
disease enters through the roots of the plant and will affect the plant from the
roots to the leaves. It travels inside the plant through the food supplying
vessels of the plant. Vessels become blocked and turn yellow. Afterwards...

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Monitoring for Fusarium wilt in chillies


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.orgCreated in Pakistan, June 2014
Monitoring for Fusarium Wilt in Chillies
Recognize the problem
Fusarium wilt is caused by a fungus that lives in the soil. It damages the crop
from the roots up and travels around the plant in its food supplying vessels. It
blocks the vessels, causing the stem to turn yellow and afterwards the younger
leaves and fruit also become yellow and wilted.
Background
• Monitoring...

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Fusarium wilt on chilli


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.orgCreated in Myanmar [Burma], June 2014
Fusarium wilt on chilli
Recognize the problem
Fusarium causes wilting and drying of chilli plants. The disease is difficult to
control effectively because it is soil-borne and can spread to other fields. This
disease is common in several crops.
Background
Chilli is an export crop which can provide a high income for farmers. Infection
with Fusarium can result in yield...

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Bean root rot and wilt


Potato fusarium wilt


Chickpea wilt


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
India
,
October
2013
Chickpea Wilt
Recognize the problem
Chickpea wilt caused by
Fusarium oxysporum
f. sp.
ciceris
is one of the major
yield limiting factors in chickpea and is also known as

Mar disease

in Marathi.
The disease causes
10–90%
yield losses annually in chickpea. When the
disease occurs at seedling stage, seedlings collapse and lie flat on the...

plantwise.org

Fusarium wilt management in tomatoes


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Tanzania
,
October
2012
Fusarium wilt management in tomatoes
Recognize the problem
Fusarium wilt ("Mnyauko Fusarii" in Swahili) is a fungal disease of tomatoes. It
causes yellowing and wilting of individual branches and leaves, but rarely entire
plants. The disease starts with the lower, older leaves. The disease is often
found on one side of a branch or plant. But later it spreads...

plantwise.org

Panama fusarium wilt prevention in banana


Common pests and diseases of tomato


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Common pests and diseases of Tomato
Common pests and diseases of Tomato
Plant Doctor Training
Erwinia stem rot
BACTERIA – Erwinia carotovora
© Photo: Phil Morley Tomato growers association Blossom end rot
NUT R IENT DEFICIENCY - Calcium
 The basal part of the stems turned black and
sloughed off easily. The pith disintegrated and
stems appear s hollow .  Nutritional disorder.
 No foliar symptoms
 Especially common when...

plantwise.org

Fusarium Wilt of tomato


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Common diseases of Bean: Sri Lanka


Fusarium Wilt of Watermelon




Fusarium Wilt of Chillies




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1Tomato Ecological Guide - 2000
Why this guide?
About this guide
This ecological guide is developed by the FAO Inter-Country Programme for IPM in vegetables in South
and Southeast Asia. It is an updated version of the Tomato IPM Ecological Guide dated June 1996.
The objective of this ecological guide is to provide general technical background information on tomato
production, supplemented with field experiences from the National IPM programmes...

share4dev.info

bananas organic cultivation guide by naturland


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Organic Farming in the
Tropics and Subtropics
Exemplary Description of 20 Crops
Bananas
© Naturland e.V. - 2nd edition 2001
These cultivation guidelines have been published by Naturland e.V. with the kind support of
the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit mbH (GTZ, German Agency for
Technical Cooperation) financed by the Bundesministerium für Wirtschaftliche Zusammenar-
beit (BMZ, Federal Ministry for Development...

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