subtilize isolate for control of sugar beet Cercospora
Effect of culture media and light exposure on the sporulation of Cercospora
Infection of soybeans with conidia of Cercospora
leaf spot disease management in sesame (Sesamum indicum L.
TABLE 1 Fungal Concentration Across the Seasons for the Fungal Genera Evaluated Genus Spring (n =3) Summer (n = 3) Fall (n = 3) Alternaria 33%, 15 100%, N/A * 33%, 27 Aspergillus 0%, 49% 0%, 4 67%, 9 Bipolaris 67%, 4 100%, N/A 100%, N/A Cercospora
100%, N/A 100%, N/A 100%, N/A Cladosporium 0%, 95 33%, 16 0%, 72 Phoma 0%, 9 100%, N/A 0%, 9 Rhizopus 67%, 9 100%, N/A 67%, 4 Stachybotrys 100%, N/A 100%, N/A 100%, N/A Stemphylium 33%, 38 0%, 4 0%, 18 Unknown 0%, 49 0%, 4 0%, 4 Note.
brasscae) no change 1998 beet Cercospora
leaf spot decreased(**) 1998 beet Root lesions (Pythium) no change 1998 carrot Scurf (Rhizoctonia) increased(*) Year Crop Dairy manure NPK compost control 1997 turnip no change not tested 1997 radish no change not tested 1997 turnip decreased(*) not tested 1998 beet decreased(**) no change 1998 beet no change increased(*) 1998 carrot increased(*) increased(*)
In the July ECOLOGY, they report the "novel" effect of the fungus Cercospora
kalmiae on plant parenthood.
The technology has been under development by MSU and Montana BioAgriculture, and the collaboration has proven the efficacy of BmJ against Cercospora
leaf spot in sugar beets, white mold and early blight in potatoes, and several other crop diseases.
Sementes infectadas por Cercospora
kikuchii foram constatadas em todas as cultivares, cultivadas em todas as epocas de semeadura no periodo de safrinha em Palotina.
The second sequence was 857 by (Genbank accession EU500239) and was 100% identical (857/857 bp) to a homologous region of the LSU gene of the Ascomycete Cladosporium cladosporioides (GenBank accession DQ008145), the causal organism of Cercospora
leaf spot in olives.
8:45 EVALUATION OF DIFLUBENZURON (DIMLIN[R]) TO CONTROL CERCOSPORA
SOJINA, THE FROGEYE LEAFSPOT PATHOGEN OF SOYBEAN
being mung-bean yellow mosaic virus (MYMV), Cercospora
leaf spot (CLS)
Leaf spot, which results in root yield loss and reduced sugar content of beets, is caused by the fungus Cercospora
11:15 RESISTANCE OF ENTRIES IN THE MISSISSIPPI SOYBEAN VARIETY TRIALS TO PURPLE POD ROT CAUSED BY CERCOSPORA
Meanwhile, scientists in the ARS Sugar Beet Research Unit at Fort Collins, Colorado, have produced dozens of breeding lines with varying levels of resistance to three other serious diseases: curly top virus, spread by insects known as leafhoppers; Rhizoctonia root rot, a soilborne fungal disease; and Cercospora
leaf spot, another fungus.