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Bean root rot and wilt


Tomato-bacterial wilt


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Cambodia
,
September
2013
Tomato - Bacterial wilt
Recognize the problem
The initial symptom is a wilting of the terminal leaves and after 2 to 3 days the
whole plant wilts as the disease develops. The whole plant then dies
suddenly. Bacterial wilt diagnosis in the field can be done easily. Cut a piece of
the stem 2 to 3 cm long from the base. Suspend the cut stem in clear water in
a...

plantwise.org

Cotton bollworm (tular guti poka)


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Bangladesh
,
August
2012
Cotton bollworm (tular guti poka)
Recognize the problem
The cotton bollworm is a caterpillar. It eats inside the cotton stem and boll. The top of
the cotton plant wilts and the leaves and boll fall. Sometimes the bollworm chews
round holes into the stem. If you split the stem open you will see the droppings of the
bollworms. The inside of the stem and boll...

plantwise.org

Bacterial wilt management in tomatoes


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS www.plantwise.org Created in Tanzania , October 2012 Bacterial wilt management in tomatoes Recognize the problem Bacterial wilt ("Mnyauko bakteria" in Swahili) is a disease that can appear on all growth stages. It is first recognised by wilting of leaves at the ends of branches. Two to three days later, the entire plant rapidly wilts without any prior yellowing of leaves. The infected base of a stem can become discoloured...

plantwise.org

Groundnut stem rot


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
India
,
November
2012
Groundnut stem rot
Recognize the problem
Germinating seeds infected by groundnut stem rot are covered with masses of
black spongy fungi. This causes rapid wilting of the entire plant or its branches.
The development of white fungal threads can be seen on affected plant tissue,
particularly on the stem. The base of the plant turns yellow and then wilts
down....

plantwise.org

Phytophthora in hot peppers


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Trinidad and Tobago
,
November
2011
Phytophthora in hot peppers
Recognize the problem
This disease is very common in peppers and tomatoes. It is caused by a
fungus-like organism which can destroy entire fields.
The fungus attacks roots, stems, leaves and fruits. The fungus causes
blackening at the base of the stem. The plant wilts. Infected leaves seem
scalded and bleached and...

plantwise.org

Push-pull of maize stalk borer


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Kenya
,
September
2011
Push-pull of maize stalk borer
Recognize the problem
The maize stalk borer is a caterpillar. It eats inside the maize stem, the top of
the maize plant wilts and turns yellow. The top of the plant dries out and dies.
Sometimes the stalk borer chews round holes into the stem. If you split the
stem open you will see the droppings of the stalk borer. The inside of...

plantwise.org

Tomato wilt or kiwotoka


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Uganda
,
July
2006
Tomato wilt or kiwotoka
Recognize the problem
This is a disease called kiwotoka in Luganda. It is a common problem in
tomatoes. The tomato plant wilts suddenly, even if the weather has been
favourable, and even if the soil has plenty of manure. The plant stops growing
and dries up and dies.
If the tomatoes wilt, even though they have had plenty of water, they...

plantwise.org

Potato wilt


GrowNote Canola West 14 Environment


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FROST | WATERLOGGING AND FLOODING
WESTERN
SEPTEMBER 2018
SECTION 14
ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
CANOLASECTION 14 CAnolA - Environmental issues
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August 2015
Feedback Table of Contents
SECTION 14
Environmental issues
Frost, moisture stress and heat stress can all have an impact on grain yield, oil
content and oil quality. Frost can occur at any time during the growth of the canola
plant, but the most damaging frosts occur when pods are small....

grdc.com.au

GrowNote Barley North 4 Physiology


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GERMINATION AND EMERGENCE | FACTORS AFFECTING GERMINATION AND
EMERGENCE | EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE, PHOTOPERIOD AND CLIMATE ON
PLANT GROWTH AND PHYSIOLOGY | PLANT GROWTH STAGES
NORTHERN
SEPTEMBER 2018
SECTION 4
PLANT GROWTH
AND PHYSIOLOGY
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SECTION 4 BArley - Plant growth and physiology
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February 2016
Feedback Table of Contents
SECTION 4
Plant growth and physiology
4.1 Germination...

grdc.com.au

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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

Panama disease FS


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Fact sheet
Panama disease
What is Panama disease?
Panama disease (also known as fusarium wilt) is caused by the soil-bor\
ne fungus
Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cubense .
There are four races of the fungus:
• Race 1 infects Lady Finger, Sugar and Ducasse, but not Cavendish
• Race 2 generally infects cooking bananas like Bluggoe and Blue Java
• Race 3 infects only Heliconia species and not bananas
• Race 4 infects most varieties including...

planthealthaustralia.com.au

az1767 2018


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az1767May 2018
E. coli Prevention and Control in Fresh Produce
from Farm-to-Fork
Paula Rivadeneira, Channah Rock, Jean McLain, Natalie Brassill, Jessica \
Dery, and Rebecca Urzua
Escherichia coli (E. coli) is a common bacterium found naturally
in the digestive systems of warm blooded animals and soil and is not normally harmful. However, certain types of E. coli
produce toxins, called Shiga Toxins, that are harmful. These Shiga toxin-...

extension.arizona.edu

az1220 2014 0


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Revised 08/14 AZ1220
M ethods of M easuring for
irrigation s cheduling — WHEN
Edward C. Martin
Introduction
Proper irrigation management requires that growers assess
their irrigation needs by taking measurements of various
physical parameters. Some use sophisticated equipment
while others use tried and true common sense approaches.
Whichever method used, each has merits and limitations.
In developing any irrigation management strategy, two...

extension.arizona.edu

Drip Irrigation Guide for Potatoes


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EM 8912 • Revised January 2013
Drip Irrigation
Guide for Potatoes
C.C. Shock, F. Wang, R. Flock, E. Eldredge,
A. Pereira, and J. Klauzer
Malheur Experiment Station, Oregon State University:
Clint C. Shock, director and professor; Rebecca Flock,
former research aide; Eric Eldredge, faculty research
assistant; Andre Pereira, visiting professor (associate
professor, Department of Soil Science and Agricultural
Engineering, UEPG, Parana, Brazil)....

catalog.extension.oregonstate.edu

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