wilt disease


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Synonyms for wilt disease

any plant disease characterized by drooping and shriveling

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Molina saw an urgent need for a solution to the virulent Fusarium Wilt disease that was threatening the banana industry in Mindanao which has been bringing into the country about $1 billion a year.
Influence of some biotic and abiotic inducers on Fusarium wilt disease incidence of lupin (Lupinus albus) on disease resistance and protein pattern.
Laurel wilt disease is killing avocado trees in Florida and bay trees
Induced systemic resistance in tomato plants against Fusarium wilt disease.
The country's main cash crop, Robusta coffee, has been attacked by the coffee wilt disease that has reduced the crop stock by 55% according to Joseph Nkandu, Executive Director of the National Union for Coffee Agribusinesses and Farm Enterprises.
The V refers to verticillium wilt, F indicates resistance to fusarium wilt disease (FF or FFF to disease Races one, two, or three).
Ren L, Lou Y, Sakamoto K, Inubushi K, Amemiya Y, Shen Q, Xu G (2010) Effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization on microbial community in rhizosphere soil and Fusarium wilt disease in tomato.
Ali Al Bimani, Vice Chancellor of Sultan Qaboos University said, "Since 1998, mango produce in Oman has been overcome by the wilt disease spreading rapidly and killing over 60 per cent of trees in Al Batinah alone.
Endomyocardial fibrosis (EMF) along with the root wilt disease of coconut is endemic to Kerala with its radioactive actinide beach sands.
Antifungal effect of leaf extract of some medicinal plants against Fusarium oxysporum causing wilt disease of Solanum melogena L.
It is currently conducting allergic test for the most important species of olives cultivated in Syria and grafted by wild species towards wilt disease.
Kedi produces tobacco-specific amino acid bio-fertilizer that can greatly improve the quality of tobacco leaves, and prevent diseases, especially Wilt Disease, Blackleg Disease, and Root Nematode Disease.
Bacterial wilt disease and the ralstonia solanacearum species complex.
Lint index, seed index, and Verticillium wilt disease grades for 12 cotton cultivars released by the Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station, 1918-1982.