anthracnose


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anthracnose

[an′thrak‚nōs]
(plant pathology)
A fungus disease of plants caused by members of the Melanconiales and characterized by dark or black limited stem lesions.
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In the November 1996 PHYTOPATHOLOGY, they reported that combines indeed spew dust infected with Asian anthracnose at least 250 meters.
What Dickman does know about alfalfa anthracnose is that when a spore from the disease-causing fungus Colletotricum trifolii lands on an alfalfa leaf, it grows a long tube that develops a cushion-like structure at its tip that penetrates the leaf.
Thus the local variety was affected by more diseases than any of the introduced varieties, but was not affected by anthracnose.
Common strawberry diseases that can affect yield and quality are mainly Botrytis and anthracnose.
This shows a vivid difference, which may be attributed to multifarious factors like insect/pests of mango like mealy bug, fruit fly, diseases like powdery mildew, anthracnose, die back, as well as weather hazards, defective marking system and poor post.
MOLECULAR TECHNIQUES TO SCREEN STRAWBERRY GERMPLASM FOR ANTHRACNOSE DISEASE RESISTANCE
Fungigation for control of early blight, Septoria leaf spot, bacterial leaf spot and anthracnose of tomato.
Mike Caldwell, Westonsuper-Mare, Somerset MOST likely bean anthracnose, caused by a fungus spread by irrigation splash and wet weather.
Frankly, after a while all the products can begin to look the same to a superintendent--especially when products repeatedly fail to meet their claims of control of such major diseases as the "Big 3" (dollar spot, anthracnose and brown patch) from a single product.
Baking soda: For anthracnose, early tomato blight, leaf blight and spots, powdery mildew, and as a general fungicide.
Dogwoods are usually hardy and trouble-free in reasonably well-drained soils, though they can be affected by the fungal disease anthracnose.
In truth, all of our California native sycamores (Platanus racemosa) are infected with the anthracnose fungus to one degree or another.