Pythium aphanidermatum

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Pythium aphanidermatum in different languages.

آتشک کتانی چمن
Nematosporangium aphanidermatum
Rheosporangium aphanidermatum
Rheosporangium aphanidermatus
Cottony leak of cucurbits
Damping-off
Foot rot
Pythium wilt of bean
Pythium wilt of chrysanthemum
Root rot of sugarbeet
Soil rot
Stalk rot of maize
Wurzelfäule: Bohne
Wurzelfäule: Chrysanthemen
Wurzelfäule: Zuckerrübe
Feuilles duveteuses du concombre
Flétrissement du haricot
Fonte des semis du haricot
Hojas velludas del pepino
Marchitez de la judía
Marras de la nascencia de la judía
Водянистая раневая питиозная гниль
Pythium aphanidermatum
آتشک کتانی چمن
പൈതിയം അഫാനിഡെർമാറ്റം
பித்தியம் அஃபனிடெர்மாற்றும்

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Rhizome soft rot of ginger




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Pythium Diseases of
Greenhouse Vegetables
April, 2018
Pythium species are fungal-like organisms (Oomycetes), commonly referred to as water molds, which naturally
exist in soil and water as saprophytes, feeding on organic matter. Some Pythium species can cause serious diseases
on greenhouse vegetable crops resulting in significant crop losses. Pythium infection leads to damping-off in
seedlings and crown and root rot of mature plants. In...

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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...

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Biocontrol Number Three Maize


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Biocontrol in Selected Crops
Number 3: Maize
Biocontrol in Selected Crops
Number 3: Maize
Michelina Ruocco and Massimo Giorgini, CNR, Italy; Bernard Blum, IBMA, Switzerland; Jurgen Kohl, PRI, The
Netherlands; Philippe Nicot, INRA France
Food Quality and Safety
6TH FRAMEWORK
PROGRAMME
© Vasileios P. Vasileiadis, CNR, ItalyBiocontrol in Selected Crops
Number 3: Maize
Maize in European agriculture
Maize is one of the most popular and widely...

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