10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PYTHIUM»
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Root Diseases and Soil-borne Pathogens
Most Pythium spp. can be quantitatively isolated directly from soil using polyene
antibiotics to inhibit nonpythiaceous fungi and wide-spectrum antibiotics to inhibit
bacteria and actinomycetes. Combinations of pimaricin, penicillin, and ...
T. A. Toussoun, Robert V. Bega, Paul E. Nelson, 1970
Biology and Management of Pythium
Root Dysfunction in North ...
cinnamomi, various Pythium species are also associated with the destruction of
fine roots and root tips (15). This leads to reduced nitrogen uptake from the soil
and is known as feeder root necrosis. Peach decline has been shown to be a ...
James Patrick Kerns, 2008
Advances in Downy Mildew Research
Pythium coloratum Vaartaja Pythium conidiophorum Jokl Pythium connatum Y. N.
Yu Pythium contiguanum B.Paul [= Pythium drechsleri B. Paul] Pythium
cucumerinum Bakhariev Pythium cryptogynum B. Paul Pythium cylindrosporum B
. Paul ...
P.T.N. Spencer-Phillips, U. Gisi, A. Lebeda, 2002
Biological Control of Pythium
Root Rot in Soilless Potting Mixes
INTRODUCTION Soil-bome pathogenic fungi, especially Pythium spp., are a
major cause of serious root and crown rot diseases in greenhouse crops (12, 20).
Blackleg disease caused by Pythium spp. is responsible for significant losses in ...
Integrated Pest Management for Floriculture and Nurseries
Separate kits are available for Phy- tophthora, Pythium, Rhizoctonia,
Xanthomonas, and possibly other genera of pathogens. These tests can confirm
pathogen presence within a few hours with no need for specialized equipment or
Steve H. Dreistadt, University of California (System). Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, 2001
Pests of Landscape Trees and Shrubs: An Integrated Pest ...
Pythium Root Rot older, susceptible plants. Pythium and these others more often
affect herbaceous species or cause "damping-off," the death of seedlings that
collapse at the soil line under damp conditions. Phytophthora and Pythium
Steve H. Dreistadt, Mary Louise Flint, 2004
Managing Turfgrass Pests, Second Edition
Pythium-Induced Root Dysfunction Pathogens: Pythium aphanidermatum (Edson
) Fitzp.; Pythium aristosporum Vanterpool; Pythium arrhenomanes Drechs.;
Pythium graminicola Subramanian; Pythium torulosum Coker 8: F. Patterson;
Thomas L. Watschke, Peter H. Dernoeden, David J. Shetlar, 2013
Vegetable Diseases: A Color Handbook
Fungicide sprays may give some control. References Hewett, P. D. 1 970. Phoma
apiicola on celery seed. Plant Pathology 20:\23-\26. Williams, P. H. and Wade,
E. K. 1 967. Scab of celeriac. Plant Disease Reporter 5 1 -.427-429. Pythium spp.
Steven T. Koike, Peter Gladders, Albert O. Paulus, 2007
CRC Handbook of Alternative Cash Crops
... Phytophthora megosperma, Pleosphaerulina phaseolina, Pleosphaerulina
sojae cola, Pleospora herbarum (leaf spot), Pseudocercospora cruenta (leaf
blotch), Pseudoplea trifolii, Pullularia pullulans, Pythium anandrum, Pythium
Diseases and Pathogens of Eucalypts
diseased roots of £. cinerea (Pythium a fertile Kanouse & T. Humphrey, P.
irregulare, P. spinosum, Pythium splendens Hans Braun), £. leucoxylon (
sphaerosporangic forms of Pythium) and a Eucalyptus sp. (Pythium aquatile
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PYTHIUM»
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Syngenta's Heritage Action now available
Heritage Action helps defend turf against more than 20 diseases, including anthracnose, Pythium diseases, bacterial wilt suppression and brown patch. «Golf Course Industry Magazine, Jun 15»
Rain brings soybean diseases
A heavy rain event and slow emergence due to compaction could have given Pythium species an opportunity to attack developing seedlings. Plants which are ... «Farm Talk, Jun 15»
Identifying, responding to early-season soybean diseases
Several different pathogens can cause these diseases, and the most common tend to be Fusarium, Rhizoctonia, Phytophthora, and Pythium. They can kill and ... «Crow River Media, May 15»
Keep Your Eyes Peeled For These Early-season Pests, Diseases
"Cooler soil temperatures will typically make [Pythium] worse and more common so earlier planted soybean fields will often see this if they were not properly ... «Agriculture.com, May 15»
Ask the expert: Don't be left in the dark with Pythium
Pythium turf diseases can cause significant problems on golf courses. Pythium species can cause several turf diseases, but during this time of the year ... «Golf Course Industry Magazine, May 15»
Reducing soybean production costs in 2015
Examples of such planting conditions include early planting (Pythium and SDS), planting into grass sods (white grubs and wireworms) and when manure or ... «Michigan State University Extension, Apr 15»
Recommendations for planting soybeans after soybeans
The potential for seedling diseases such as Pythium and Phytophthora may increase in second-year soybeans. Planting after soil temperatures reach 60 ... «Michigan State University Extension, Mar 15»
New grass, new problems
Leaf spot, Pythium blight, Microdochium patch and cream leaf blight are also common. These diseases attack the ultradwarfs during the fall, winter and spring ... «Golf Course Industry Magazine, Jan 15»
Disease or disorder: How do I tell the difference? Part 2
Let's focus identifying diseases in the greenhouse. There are multiple pathogens that cause damping off in seedlings, including Pythium spp., Phytophthora spp. «Michigan State University Extension, Dec 14»
New replant disease treatment
The main culprits turned out to be the fungal organisms Pythium, Rhizoctonia, Ilyonectria, and Phytophthora, along with the lesion nematode. The relative ... «Good Fruit Grower, Dec 14»