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  30 January 2015. St. Paul MN USA                                       ISSN 1535-1025


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Research affecting practical management recommendations

Research affecting management recommendations.

• Evaluation of Weed Species from the Northern Great Plains as Hosts of Soybean Cyst Nematode. S. H. Poromarto, G. G. Gramig, B. D. Nelson Jr., and S. Jain. 28 January 2015. Public Summary | Article

• Maryblyt v. 7.1 for Windows: An Improved Fire Blight Forecasting Program for Apples and Pears. W. W. Turechek and A. R. Biggs. 27 January 2015. Public Summary | Article

• Evaluating Boxwood Susceptibility to Calonectria pseudonaviculata Using Cuttings from the National Boxwood Collection. N. Shishkoff, M. Daughtrey, S. Aker, and R. T. Olsen. 26 January 2015. Public Summary | Article

• Geosmithia morbida Found on Weevil Species Stenomimus pallidus in Indiana. J. Juzwik, M. T. Banik, S. E. Reed, J. T. English, and M. D. Ginzel. 12 January 2015. Public Summary | Article

• Estimating Yield Losses Due to Barley Yellow Dwarf on Winter Wheat in Kansas Using Disease Phenotypic Data. G. M. Gaunce and W. W. Bockus. 9 January 2015. Public Summary | Article

• Survey and Detection of ‘Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus’ in a Citrus Nursery Facility in South Texas. O. J. Alabi, M. Kunta, J. Dale, and M. Sétamou. 15 December 2014. Public Summary | Article

• Effectiveness of 14 Fungicides for Suppressing Lesions Caused by Phytophthora capsici on Inoculated Stems of Chile Pepper Seedlings. M. E. Matheron and M. Porchas. 1 November 2014. Public Summary | Article

• Phytophthora nicotianae Can Cause Both Crown Rot and Foliage Blight on Phlox paniculata in South Carolina. D. T. Drechsler, S. N. Jeffers, and W. C. Bridges. 1 November 2014. Public Summary | Article

Short reports on new findings and recommendations relevant to practitioners

Short reports on new findings relevant to practitioners.

• Assessing the Effect of Vernalization on the Detection of Phytophthora ramorum from Native Soil, Potting Media, and Cull Piles in Oregon Nurseries. N. K. Osterbauer, S. Navarro, S. Lane, and A. Trippe. 21 January 2015. Public Summary | Article

• Detection of Tobacco rattle virus (TRV) in Phryma leptostachya L.: A New Native Plant Host in Minnesota. S. A. Bratsch, J. S. Flynn, B. E. Lockhart. 29 December 2014. Public Summary | Article

• First Report of Turnip vein-clearing virus in Garlic Mustard (Alliaria petiolata) in the United States. B. Lockhart, D. Mollov, S. Mason, and S. Bratsch. 14 Octobber 2014. Public Summary | Article

• First Report of Bacterial Pustule on Soybeans in North Dakota. E. C. Heitkamp, R. S. Lamppa, P. A. Lambrecht, R. M. Harveson, F. M. Mathew, and S. G. Markell. 13 Octobber 2014. Public Summary | Article

Issues impacting horticulture, agriculture, the environment, and society.

Issues impacting agriculture and society.

• Onion ipmPIPE: A Coordinated Effort to Improve the Management of Onion Thrips and Iris yellow spot virus for the U.S. Onion Industry. H. F. Schwartz, D. Alston, J. Alwang, M. Bartolo, T. Blunt, C. O. Boateng, B. Bunn, C. S. Cramer, W. Cranshaw, J. Davidson, M. Derie, J. Doran, K. Douce, D. Drost, L. J. du Toit, J. Gao, T. Gourd, B. Gugino, B. Hammon, J. Hardin, M. Hausbeck, G. Jibilian, J. Lafferty, J. LaForest, M. S. McMillan, S. K. Mohan, J. Morrice, B. A. Nault, C. Nischwitz, G. Norton, K. Otto, H. R. Pappu, M. Petersen, R. Sampangi, B. Schroeder, W. Secor, S. Szostek, N. Tisserat, M. E. Uchanski, J. VanKirk, T. Waters, P. Wiriyajitsomboon, and C. Wohleb. 12 November 2014. Public Summary | Article





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