root rot


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disease characterized by root decay

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Working with Texas A&M AgriLife scientists, Yang mounted two digital cameras on the underside of a small airplane, equipped them with GPS, and took images of cotton fields to see whether they could identify areas with cotton root rot.
The tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) variety hybrid F1 Montfavet 63-5, susceptible to Fusarium wilt and Fusarium crown and root rot, was used in this experiment.
Phytophthora Root Rot Resistance in Soybeans (Launched)In field-testing, Genuity Roundup Ready 2 Yield Phytophthora Root Rot soybean varieties with double gene stack showed a significant yield advantage over the competition, providing enhanced season-long protection against the diverse pathogen strains of the second-most impactful soybean disease in the U.
Lavender, however, does not like 'wet feet' as it promotes root rot.
Fifteen varieties of beans developed by the Rwanda Agricultural Research Institute (ISAR) in collaboration with the International Centre for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), have proved highly resistant to legume diseases such as anthracnose, root rot and ascochyta and are set to greatly benefit smallholder farmers in the high altitude regions of Central and East Africa.
The original 'Hass' (rhymes with pass) avocado tree was planted in La Habra (Orange County) in 1926 and died in 2002, at the age of 76, of root rot.
Trees with disease problems, especially at the root collar (the base of the tree, where the trunk meets the root system) were likely to be blown down more often than trees not weakened by trunk and root rot.
These traits protect the plants' yield from harmful pests such as soybean cyst nematode, Phytophthora root rot, brown stem rot, Chinese soybean aphid and frogeye leaf spot," Soper says.
Pleasant Valley's bentgrass gave out in early July to a fungus, pythium root rot, a problem that is common with bentgrass greens and requires extensive maintenance.
Others simply use a watering can, but however you do it the secret is not to let the plant stand in any water once you return it to its pot, as one of the main causes of orchid death is root rot.
You have to let them dry out between watering to prevent root rot but catch them before they start to wilt.
The soil-borne pathogen Rhizoctonia solani AG-8 causes major yield losses in wheat worldwide and is a major constraint to the uptake of sustainable agricultural practices such as direct-drill or minimal tillage and stubble retention, as Rhizoctonia root rot is increased under these practices (Rovira 1986; Pumphrey et al.
But Sefton council yesterday carried out a decision to fell the tree, after it developed a severe form of root rot, making it unstable.