Lasiodiplodia theobromae

Names

Lasiodiplodia theobromae in different languages.

可可球二孢菌
Botryodiplodia ananassae
Botryodiplodia elasticae
Botryodiplodia theobromae
Botryodiplodia tubericola
Chaetodiplodia grisea
Diplodia ananassae
Diplodia cacaoicola
Diplodia corchori
Diplodia manihotis
Diplodia theae-sinensis
Diplodia theobromae
Diplodia tubericola
Diploidia natalensis
Lasiodiplodia triflorae
Lasiodiplodia tubericola
Macrophomina vestita
Black rot of cotton
Black rot of sweet potato
Boll rot of cotton
Collar rot of groundnut
Dieback of citrus
Foot rot
Fruit rot of avocado
Fruit rot of citrus
Gummosis of citrus
Pod rot of cocoa
Stem-end rot of mango
Tip rot of banana
Fruchtfäule
Gummose: Zitrus
Kapselfäule: Baumwolle
Kronenfäule: Banane
Stammfäule
Stengelendfäule
Black rot des agrumes
Black rot du cotonnier
Chancre des branches des agrumes
Chancre des branches du pêcher
Pourriture de la cabosse du cacaoyer
Pourriture du collet de l'arachide
Pourriture noire des cabosses
Black-rot del algodón
Black-rot de los agrios
Chancro de las ramas del melocotonero
Chancro de las ramas de los agrios
Piña parda del cacao
Pudrición café de la mazorca del cacao
Botryodiplodia elasticae
Botryodiplodia gossypii
Botryodiplodia theobromae
Botryodiplodia tubericola
Botryosphaeria rhodina
Diplodia ananassae
Diplodia gossypina
Diplodia natalensis
Diplodia theobromae
Diplodia tubericola
Lasiodiplodia triflorae
Lasiodiplodia tubericola
Physalospora rhodina
Lasiodiplodia theobromae
可可球二孢菌

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Fertiliser application of cashew


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.orgCreated in Zambia, July 2017
Fertiliser application of cashew
Recognize the problem
Many farmers take cashew as an “orphan crop” (neglected crop) and do not
fertilise it, despite its high nutritional and commercial value. Fertilisation of the
crop is important despite the general belief that the crop can thrive well even
without fertilisation. Nutrient deficiency symptoms include stunted growth,
purpling...

plantwise.org

Sudden death of mango


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Pakistan
,
December
2012
Sudden death in mango
Recognize the problem
The first sign of the disease is the oozing of the bark. This is followed
progressively by the development of cankers on the trunk, rotting and
blackening of the bark, the splitting of the trunk, and the drying and curling of
twigs and branches. Finally, the leaves are shed from the tree.
Collapse of mango plants...

plantwise.org

Stem end rot on mango


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Kenya
,
December
2012
Stem end rot on Mango
Recognize the problem
A dark rot develops from the stem end as the fruit ripens after harvest. In drier
areas it may be more serious than anthracnose.
The fruits develop a dark-brown rot at the stem-end of the fruit and spreads
fast into the whole fruit. The germ causing the disease can live for a long time
and reproduce on the destroyed...

plantwise.org

GrowNote Peanuts North 00 Content


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NORTHERN
OCTOBER 2017
CONTENTS
PEANUTSvi
OctOber 2017
cOntents
Contents Peanuts
contents
What’s new
Introduction
A.1 Agronomy at a glance ........................................................................\
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A.2 Crop overview ........................................................................\
................................... xiii
A.3 Executive summary...

grdc.com.au

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