Verticillium dahliae

Names

Verticillium dahliae in different languages.

Verticillium albo-atrum var. medium
Verticillium ovatum
Verticillium trachiephilum
Verticillium wilt
Verticillium wilt of cotton
Welke
Apoplexie de l'abricotier
Dépérissement de l'abricotier
Flétrissement verticillien
Verticilliose
Encueradera del algodonero
Verticilosis del albaricoquero

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Verticillium wilt on tomato


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
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Created in
Kenya
,
December
2012
Verticillium wilt on Tomato
Recognize the problem
The disease causes old leaves to turn yellow with a characteristic V-shape that
narrows from the margin. Symptoms are similar to those of Fusarium wilt and
are only noticed during fruit set. Older leaves turn yellow then brown. They
wither and may drop early. The disease rarely kills the tomato plants but it...

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Common pests and diseases of cotton


Verticillium wilt on Edible African Eggplant




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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...

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GrowNote Peanuts North 00 Content


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

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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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Natural enemy

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