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Brown spot of passion fruit


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Kenya
,
December
2012
Brown spot of Passion Fruit
Recognize the problem
Brown spot sickness is caused by a fungus. This sickness shows itself on the
leaves as brown spots up to
10
mm wide often enlarging along the veins and
drying out in the middle.
On the stems, spots are about
25
mm long. When they occur at the leaf edge,
the vine is likely to die.
On the fruit, the...

plantwise.org

Phytophthora blight on passion fruit


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Kenya
,
December
2012
Phytophthora blight on Passion Fruit
Recognize the problem
The sickness is caused by a germ called "fungus". It affects both the yellow
and purple passion fruit. The disease causes root rot, wilt, damping off and leaf
blight.
Affected leaves are water-soaked and light-brown in colour. The leaves fall
readily, leading to death of the vine.
Affected areas of the...

plantwise.org

Woodiness on passion fruit


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Kenya
,
December
2012
Woodiness on Passion Fruit
Recognize the problem
This is one of the most dangerous sicknesses of the purple passion fruit. It
makes the passion fruit woody and hard, hence the name "woodiness".
The disease is visible on leaves as a light or dark green mosaic pattern often
with light yellow discolouration.
Infected fruits appear small and shapeless with hardy peel...

plantwise.org

Aphids on Brassica


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Kenya
,
December
2012
Aphids on Brassica
Recognize the problem
Cabbage aphids are green to pale grey insects with a white, waxy coating.
They are soft-bodied insects found in groups, often underneath the leaves.
They cause misshapen leaves, spread virus diseases and produce a sugary
substance called honeydew. This substance sticks on the leaves and
encourages a black fungal growth....

plantwise.org

12AGI2011


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GrowNote Oats West 10 Canopy


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CANOPY MANAGEMENT
WESTERN
SECTION 10
CANOPY MANAGEMENT
OATS
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SECTION 10
Canopy management
10.1 Canopy management
Canopy management is the manipulation of the green surface area of the crop canopy
to optimise crop yield and inputs. It is based on the premise that the crop’s...

grdc.com.au

GrowNote Barley South 10 Plant Growth


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CANOPY MANAGEMENT | USE OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS
SOUTHERN
SEPTEMBER 2018
SECTION 10
PLANT GROWTH
REGULATORS AND
CANOPY MANAGEMENT
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Feedback Table of Contents
SECTION 10
Plant growth regulators and
canopy management
10.1 Canopy management
Canopy management is the manipulation of the green surface area...

grdc.com.au

GrowNote Cereal Rye South 12 Harvest


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WINDROWING | HARVEST TIMING | FIRE PREVENTION | RECEIVAL STANDARDS
| HARVEST WEED SEED MANAGEMENT
SOUTHERN
SEPTEMBER 2018
SECTION 12
HARVEST
CEREAL RYE1 HarVeST
seCtIon 12 CEREAL RYE
January 2018
Harvest
Key messages
• Rye is ready to harvest when the leaves are dead and the stems have turned
yellow-brown in colour. 1
• Rye is susceptible to head shatter, which makes it difficult to harvest and results
in many volunteer plants...

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GrowNote Wheat South 10 Plant growth


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WHAT IS CANOPY MANAGEMENT? | KEY CEREAL GROWTH STAGES FOR
DISEASE CONTROL AND CANOPY MANAGEMENT
SOUTHERN
SECTION 10
PLANT GROWTH
REGULATORS AND
CANOPY MANAGEMENT
FEBRUARY 2016
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Feedback table of Contents
SECTION 10
Plant growth regulators and
canopy management
10.1 What is canopy management?
Canopy management deals with the green surface area of the...

grdc.com.au

GrowNote Barley North 10 Growth Regulators


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CANOPY MANAGEMENT | KEY STAGES FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND CANOPY
MANAGEMENT | USE OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS
NORTHERN
SEPTEMBER 2018
SECTION 10
PLANT GROWTH
REGULATORS AND
CANOPY MANAGEMENT
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SECTION 10
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canopy management
10.1 Canopy management
In the...

grdc.com.au

GrowNote Durum North 10 Canopy management


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WHAT IS CANOPY MANAGEMENT? | KEY CEREAL GROWTH STAGES FOR DISEASE
CONTROL AND CANOPY MANAGEMENT | USE OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS
NOR THERN
OCTOBER 2016
SECTION 10
PLANT GROWTH
REGULATORS AND
CANOPY MANAGEMENT
DURUMSECTION 10 Durum - Plant growth regulators and canopy management
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October 2016
Feedback table of contents
SECTION 10
Plant growth regulators and
canopy management
10.1 What is canopy management?
Much of the research on...

grdc.com.au

GrowNote Wheat North 10 Plant growth


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WHAT IS CANOPY MANAGEMENT? | KEY CEREAL GROWTH STAGES FOR
DISEASE CONTROL AND CANOPY MANAGEMENT | USE OF PLANT GROWTH
REGULATORS
NOR THERN
SECTION 10
PLANT GROWTH
REGULATORS AND
CANOPY MANAGEMENT
FEBRUARY 2016
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SECTION 10 WheAT - Plant growth regulators and canopy management
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SECTION 10
Plant growth regulators and
canopy management
10.1 What is canopy...

grdc.com.au

argentineStemWeevil


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Figure 1. Lateral dorsal and ventral views of Listronotus bonariensis (Kuschel).
Scale bar =1 mm Image © Fera
Argentine stem weevil
Listronotus bonariensis (Kuschel)
Background
The Argentine stem weevil Listronotus bonariensis (Kuschel) (Coleoptera:
Curculionidae) is an II/A1 EU listed quarantine pest of pasture grasses and cereals
that is native to South America. It has since spread across the Pacific region and is
most notably a pest in New...

planthealthportal.defra.gov.uk

pndeer


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P EST
N OTES Publication 74117
University of California
Agriculture and Natural Resources June 2004
D EER
Integrated Pest Management for Home Gardeners and Landscape Professionals
Most people enjoy seeing deer in the
wild. Unfortunately, however, deer can
be very destructive to gardens, or-
chards, and landscaped areas, particu-
larly in foothill and coastal districts
where nearby woodlands provide
cover. Mule deer, Odocoileus hemionus,
(Fig. 1...

ipm.ucanr.edu

IN27600


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EENY-119
Diamondback Moth, Plutella xylostella (Linnaeus)
(Insecta: Lepidoptera: Plutellidae) 1
J. L. Capinera 2
1. This document is EENY-119, one of a series of the Department of Entomology and Nematology, UF/IFAS Extension. Original publication date January
2000. Revised September 2011 and December 2018. Visit the EDIS website at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu . This document is also available on the Featured
Creatures website at http://...

edis.ifas.ufl.edu

i0007e01


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VISUAL SOIL ASSESSMENT
AnnualCrops
FIELD GUIDE
97 89251059418 TC/D/I0007E/1/02.08/1000
ISBN 978-92-5-105941- 8
The present publication on Visual Soil Assessment is a practical
guide to carry out a quantitative soil analysis with reproduceable results
using only very simple tools. Besides soil parameters, also crop parameters
for assessing soil conditions are presented for some selected crops. The
Visual Soil Assessment manuals consist of a...

fao.org

biocontrols diadegma 285


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Photo 1. Diadegma seeking its host. Photo 2. Diadegma has located a second stage
diamondback moth caterpillar.
Photo 3. Diadegma laying an egg in a second
stage diamondback moth caterpillar.
Photo 4. Diadegma wasp preening or cleaning
its body after egg laying.
Photo 5. The pupa of diamondback moth,
yellowish and about 8 mm long. It is blunt at
one end and tapered at the other.
Photo 6. Pupa of Diadegma. The pupa if the
diamondback moth is...

pestnet.org

maize southern leaf blight 080


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Photo 1. Light tan, rectangular leaf spots,
mostly on the lower leaves caused by southern
leaf blight, Cochliobolus heterostrophus.
Photo 2. Spots on maize leaf, expanding and
joining together, caused by southern leaf blight,
Cochliobolus heterostrophus.
Pacific Pests and Pathogens - Fact Sheets Pacific Pests and Pathogens - Fact Sheets
Maize southern leaf blight (080)Maize southern leaf blight (080)
Common NameCommon Name
Southern leaf blight...

pestnet.org

Xanthomonas


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1 SMT PROJECT SMT-4-CT98-2252
DIAGNOSTIC PROTOCOLS FOR ORGANISMS HARMFUL TO PLANTS
DIAGNOSIS OF Xanthomonas fragariae
PROTOCOL FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF QUARANTINE ORGANISM
Identity
Name: Xanthomonas fragariae Kennedy and King.
Synonyms:
Taxonomy: A member of the gamma subdivision of the Proteobacteria (Stackebrandt et al, 1988), phenon 3 according to Van der Mooter and Swings, (1990). Group 4 Gram-negative aerobic cocci, subgroup 4A (Holt et al...

webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk

030822


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SUMMARY
In spring 2008, in a nursery located in the Como
province (Lombardy, northern Italy) leaf blight symp-
toms were observed on potted box plants (Buxus sem-
pervirens ?Suffruticosa?) followed by a sudden and se-
vere defoliation. Diseased plants, had been imported
from a Belgian nursery. These symptoms were sugges-
tive of box blight, a new disease of the genus Buxus.
The causal agent was isolated and identified through
morphological,...

sipav.org

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