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Plant Health Progress - Peer-Reviewed Journal of Appied Plant Health

  13 February 2016. St. Paul MN USA                                       ISSN 1535-1025


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Research affecting practical management recommendations

Research affecting management recommendations.

• Survival of Microsclerotia of Calonectria pseudonaviculata and C. henricotiae Exposed to Sanitizers. N. Shishkoff.
14 January 2016. Public Summary | Article

• Effect of Foliar Fungicides on Hail-damaged Corn. A. J. Sisson, Y. R. Kandel, A. E. Robertson, C. E. Hart, A. Asmus, S. N. Wiggs, and D. S. Mueller.
13 January 2016. Public Summary | Article

• Susceptibility of Maize Inbreds and Incidence of Symptomless Infection by the Head Smut Pathogen, Sphacelotheca reiliana. S. J. Anderson, H. E. Simmons, R. D. French-Monar, and G. P. Munkvold.
5 January 2016. Public Summary | Article

• Using Recombinant Inbred Lines to Monitor Changes in the Race Structure of Phytophthora capsici in Chile Pepper in New Mexico. L. Jiang, S. Sanogo, and P. W. Bosland.
17 December 2015. Public Summary | Article

• Reaction of Sorghum Lines to Zonate Leaf Spot and Rough Leaf Spot. L. K. Prom, T. Isakeit, H. Cuevas, W. L. Rooney, R. Perumal, and C. Magill.
14 December 2015. Public Summary | Article

• Effect of In-Furrow and Early-Season Banded Applications of Fungicides on Incidence of Early Leaf Spot of Peanut. A. K. Culbreath, R. C. Kemerait Jr., Y.-C. Tsai, T. B. Brenneman, and K. L. Stevenson, and E. G. Cantonwine.
3 December 2015. Public Summary | Article

• Effectiveness of Nine Different Fungicides for Management of Crown and Root Rot of Chile Pepper Plants Caused by Phytophthora capsici. M. E. Matheron and M. Porchas.
30 November 2015. Public Summary | Article

Highlighting recent, major developments in plant health

Highlighting recent, major developments in plant health.

• Virus Decline of Strawberry in California and the Role of Insect Vectors and Associated Viruses. S. K. Dara.
20 November 2015. Public Summary | Article

USDA's preparation for threatening new plant diseases

USDA's preparation for threatening new plant diseases.

• Recovery Plan for Laurel Wilt on Redbay and Other Forest Species Caused by Raffaelea lauricola and Disseminated by Xyleborus glabratus. M. A. Hughes, J. A. Smith, R. C. Ploetz, P. E. Kendra, A. E. Mayfield III, J. L. Hanula, J. Hulcr, L. L. Stelinski, S. Cameron, J. J. Riggins, D. Carrillo, R. Rabaglia, J. Eickwort, T. Pernas.
17 November 2015. Public Summary | Article

Short reports on new findings and recommendations relevant to practitioners

Short reports on new findings relevant to practitioners.

• First Report of Fruit Rot of Ridge Gourd (Luffa acutangula) Caused by Sclerotium rolfsii. C. S. Kousik, J. Ikerd, and M. Mandal.
14 January 2016. Public Summary | Article

• First Report of Target Spot Caused by Corynespora cassiicola in Louisiana Cotton. T. Price, R. Singh, and D. Fromme.
3 December 2015. Public Summary | Article

• First Report of Orobanche ludoviciana Parasitizing Sunflowers. R. M. Harveson, A. Nelson, F. M. Mathew, and G. J. Seiler.
25 November 2015. Public Summary | Article

 

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