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Verticillium Wilt in the Pacific Northwest By Jeremiah K. S. Dung, Oregon State University Jerry Weiland, USDA-ARS-Horticultural Crops Research Lab Introduction Verticillium wilt is a serious disease of many economically important agricultural and horticu ...
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Plants Resistant or Susceptible to Verticillium Wilt Plants Resistant or Susceptible to Verticillium Wilt Resistant or Immune Susceptible Trees beech hackberry mulberry ash fringe tree Prunus spp. birch hawthorn plane tree black locust golden-rain tree re ...
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Plants Susceptible to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum Plants Susceptible to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum Scientific Name Common Name Scientific Name Common Name Herbaceous Ornamentals House Plants Aconitum aconitum, monkshood Epipremnum pothos Alcea hollyhock Ficus ...
Crown Gall Disease of Nursery Crops L.W. Moore (deceased), Bacteriologist and Plant Pathologist, OSU Updated by M. L. Putnam, Diagnostician and Plant Pathologist, OSU Crown gall continues to be a major problem for the nursery industry, both in woody and h ...
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Potential Impact of Cyanobacteria on Crop Plants Allen J. Milligan, Assistant Professor of Botany and Plant Pathology, OSU Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) can produce compounds in surface water that are harmful to both plants and humans. In 2001, Oregon ...
Management of the Cyanobacterium Nostoc in Horticultural Nurseries Jennifer Parke, Associate Professor (Senior Research), Crop and Soil Science, OSU, and Heather Stoven, Yamhill County Extension Horticulture Specialist, OSU This article is adapted from on ...
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Impatiens Necrotic Spot: New Name, Same Threat J.W. Pscheidt, Extension Plant Pathology Specialist, OSU J. DeAngelis, Professor emeritus, College of Agriculture Administration, OSU Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) is so named because it was initially desc ...
Virus Certification Program for Fruit and Ornamental Trees Dipak Poudyal, Plant Pathologist, Oregon Department of Agriculture Nurseries grow virus-free plants not just for the export market, but for the domestic market as well. Producing virus-free plants ...
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