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Juniper Cultivar Susceptibility Juniper (Juniperus spp.) — Cultivar Susceptibility Cultivar Phytophthora Root Rot 1 Phomopsis Twig Blight 2 Kabatina Tip Blight 3 Juniperus chinensis Armstrongii? I S Aurea Gold Coast S? R Blaauw? I? Maneyi S I R Pfitzerian ...
Pear, Asian Cultivar Susceptibility Pear, Asian (Pyrus spp.) — Cultivar Susceptibility Cultivar Fire Blight 1 Pseudomonas 2 Scab 2 Sunburn 2 Maturity 3 Fabraea 2 and 4 Chojuro 4.0 I R S M? Hosui 3.0 S R S M I Kikusui 3.5 I?? M R Kosui S S R R M I Niitaka ...
Pear Cultivar Susceptibility Pear (Pyrus spp.) — Cultivar Susceptibility Cultivar Fire Blight* Scab Powdery Mildew Fabraea Leaf Spot Rust** D’Anjou S S S R 0 Bartlett (Williams) S S R R 0.5 Bosc S I R R 0.5 Bradford I R? R 0.5 Comice S S S I 1 Forelle S S ...
Raspberry Cultivar Susceptibility Raspberry (Rubus spp.) — Cultivar Susceptibility Cultivar Botrytis Fruit Rot Cane Botrytis Spur Blight Powdery Mildew Phytophthora Root Rot Crumbly Fruit Mosaic Virus Complex Tomato Ringspot Yellow Rust Pseudomonas Blight ...
Rose Cultivar Resistance Rose (Rosa spp.) — Cultivar Resistance The fungal diseases rust, powdery mildew, and black spot are common in Pacific Northwest rose gardens. Cultivars in this table were grown and tested at the Portland, OR International Rose Tes ...
Strawberry Cultivar Susceptibility Strawberry (Fragaria spp.) — Cultivar Susceptibility a, b Cultivar Common Leaf Spot Leaf Scorch Powdery Mildew Red Stele Tomato Ringspot Virus Aphid-transmitted Viruses c Midwinter Cold Hardiness d Albion IS IS IS?? 2? B ...
Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)-Varietal Resistance Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) — Varietal Resistance Varieties listed are resistant to Verticillium wilt, Fusarium wilt, root-knot nematode, and/or Tobacco mosaic virus. Variety Maturity Resistance* Better ...
Blueberry Cultivar Susceptibility Blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum) — Cultivar Susceptibility Cultivar Mummy Berry* 1° Mummy Berry* 2° Blueberry Scorch Bacterial Canker Ripe Rot *** Aurora R???? Berkeley MR S S? I Bluecrop S MR T ** MR S Bluejay R R S S I ...
Living in the Land of Mosses By Bruce McCune and Kristen Whitbeck* *Bruce McCune is a professor of Botany and Plant Pathology with Oregon State University in Corvallis, Ore. He can be reached at mccuneb@onid.orst.edu Kristen Whitbeck is a postdoctoral res ...
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Use of Disinfestants to Control Plant Pathogens Warren E. Copes, Research Plant Pathologist* *USDA ARS Thad Cochran Southern Horticultural Laboratory, Poplarville, MS, warren.copes@ars.usda.gov Mention of trade names or commercial products here is solely ...