fusarium wilt

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wilt caused by fungi of the genus Fusarium

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Our LGU (local government unit) is taking aggressive actions to prevent the spread of fusarium wilt and protect the Cavendish banana industry here since it spurs our local economy,' Evangelista said.
Fusarium wilt of banana (Musa spp.), caused by Fusarium oxysporum f.sp.
"Knowledge of the extent of genetic diversity in selected narra populations may be used in determining the susceptibility of these narra populations to pests like the ambrosia beetles which are the causative agent of fusarium wilt (Fusarium oxysporum)," the ERDB said.
canariensis are struggling in their adopted home--the variety is susceptible to fusarium wilt (an incurable soil-borne fungus often spread by not properly sterilizing pruning tools) and to the appetites of the South American palm weevil that's marching a destructive northbound path (see "Pest Control" at right).
An elite line of Kabuli chickpea (6KCC-122) was selected from Chickpea International Fusarium Wilt Nursery-2005-06 of the ICARDA at Barani Agricultural Research Institute (BARI), Chakwal.
In the recent past, apart from other pathogens and pests, root knot nematode Meloidogyne incognita and Fusarium wilt (Fusarium oxysporum) have become a major threat to bitter gourd cultivation especially in Tamil Nadu.
DESPITE curbing the spread of the Fusarium wilt with the utilization of new variants, some small banana growers have lamented that there were some buyers complaining about the fruit of these variants.
The idea is that the GMO banana will help solve the problem of the virulent Fusarium wilt tropical race 4 (TR4) that has infected plantations in Davao in the past several years.
Among the biotic stresses, fusarium wilt, ascochyta blight, pod borer, and cutworm and abiotic stresses, drought, heat, soil salinity, low soil fertility, and poor crop management practices are the most important limiting factors in crop production [2].
The variety entered into production in the late 1950s, after a previous variety grown for global export, the Gros Michel, was destroyed by the fungal disease Fusarium wilt - also known as Panama disease.
Sabin Fatima, daughter of Mian Mohammad Ramzan, got degree in the subject of Agriculture (Plant Pathology) after approval of her thesis entitled 'Management of Fusarium Wilt in Tomato Using Non-Pathogenic Indigenous Pseudomonas Strains'.