Macrophomina phaseolina

Names

Macrophomina phaseolina in different languages.

Botryodiplodia phaseoli
Dothiorella cajani
Macrophoma cajani
Macrophoma corchori
Macrophoma phaseoli
Macrophoma phaseolina
Macrophoma sesami
Macrophomina phaseoli
Macrophomina philippines
Rhizoctonia bataticola
Rhizoctonia lamellifera
Sclerotium bataticola
Ashy stem blight of bean
Ashy stem blight of maize
Black root rot of conifers
Charcoal rot of maize
Charcoal rot of sorghum
Charcoal rot of soybean
Charcoal rot of sunflower
Charcoal rot of tobacco
Damping-off of cotton
Root rot of cotton
Seedling blight
Stalk rot of maize
Schwarzfäule: Sojabohne
Stengelfäule: Bohne
Stengelfäule: Erdnuß
Stengelfäule: Mais
Stengelfäule: Sorghumhirse
Chancre à sclérotes de la tige du haricot
Pourriture charbonneuse du haricot
Pourriture charbonneuse du maïs
Pourriture charbonneuse du soja
Pourriture noire des racines des semis de pin
Podredumbre del tallo
Botryodiplodia phaseoli
Dothiorella cajani
Dothiorella phaseoli
Macrophoma cajani
Macrophoma corchori
Macrophoma phaseolina
Macrophoma sesami
Macrophomina phaseoli
Macrophomina philippines
Rhizoctonia bataticola
Rhizoctonia lamellifera
Sclerotium bataticola

Resources

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GrowNote Lupin West 7 Root Diseases


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OVERVIEW | PLEIOCHAETA ROOT ROT | RHIZOCTONIA BARE PATCH |
RHIZOCTONIA HYPOCOTYL ROT OR RHIZOCTONIA ROOT ROT | ERADU PATCH
| MINOR ROOT DISEASES AFFECTING WA LUPIN CROPS | NEMATODES
WESTERN
JUNE 2018
SECTION 7
ROOT DISEASES
AND NEMATODES
LUPIN1 root diseases and nematodes
Section 7 LUPIN
July 2018
root diseases
and nematodes
7.1 overview
Incidence of root and hypocotyl diseases in Western Australian lupin crops
has declined in the...

grdc.com.au

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 ........................................................................\
...................... xii
A.2 Crop overview ........................................................................\
................................... xiii
A.3 Executive summary...

grdc.com.au

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...

grdc.com.au

GrowNote Sunflower North 09 Diseases


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PRINCIPLES OF DISEASE MANAGEMENT | INTEGRATED DISEASE MANAGEMENT
AT THE FARM OR CROP LEVEL | STEPS TO EFFECTIVE DISEASE MANAGEMENT |
PROVIDING AN ACCURATE DIAGNOSIS | TOOLS OF THE TRADE | SUNFLOWER
DISEASES: BIOLOGY, SYMPTOMS, MANAGEMENT | BIOSECURITY AWARENESS:
POTENTIAL DISEASE THREATS FOR AUSTRALIAN SUNFLOWER | REFERENCES
AND FURTHER READING
NOR THERN
SECTION 9
DISEASES
FEBRUARY 2017
SUNFLOWER1 DIseases
seCtIon 9 SUNFLOWERS...

grdc.com.au

8099


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Vegetable Diseases Caused by
Soilborne Pathogens
STEVEN T. KOIKE is Plant Pathology Advisor, University of California Cooperative Extension,
Monterey County; KRISHNA V. SUBBARAO is Plant Pathology Specialist, Department of Plant
Pathology, UC Davis; R. MICHAEL DAVIS is Plant Pathology Specialist, Department of Plant
Pathology, UC Davis; and THOMAS A. TURINI is Plant Pathology Advisor, University of
California Cooperative Extension, Imperial...

anrcatalog.ucanr.edu

26. Production and postharvest activities for fonio


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9-5 FONIO
African Organic Agriculture Training Manual
A Resource Manual for Trainers
Draft Version 2.0
March 2013
Ready for fi eld testing
African Organic Agriculture Training Manual
CONTENTS
1. Introduction 1
2. Selection of suitable cultivars 3
3. Proper fi eld establishment 4
4. Improving soil fertility 5
5. Proper water management 6
6. Proper weed management 7
7. Effective pest and disease management 8
8. Reducing harvest and post-harvest...

organic-africa.net

66. Preserving wild food plants ensures a better future for all


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Hibiscus sabdariffa
Malvaceae
L.
Detail of flowers and leaves. (Morton J.)
Harvested calyses. (Armstrong W.P.)
LOCAL NAMES
English (white sorrel,rozelle,roselle,red sorrel,jamaica); Malay (asam
susur); Thai (kachieb priew)
BOTANIC DESCRIPTION
Hibiscus sabdariffa is an erect, mostly branched, annual shrub. Stem
reddish in colour and up to 3.5 m tall, with a deep penetrating taproot.
Leaves variously colored, dark green to red; leaves alternate,...

worldagroforestry.org

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