root rot


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root rot

[′rüt ‚rät]
(plant pathology)
Any of various plant diseases characterized by decay of the roots.
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A very little work has been done on the management of root rot disease complex of cotton in Pakistan.
Similarly disease symptoms from seedling wilt (damping off) to seedling rot, wilt and root rot were recorded.
Data in Table-2 show the toxic effects of AgNPs at different concentrations on root rot disease caused by F.
In this context, the objective of this study was to evaluate the influence of limestone, gypsum, and potassium phosphite applications on the recovery of 'Hass' avocado trees affected by root rot.
Repeated trials proved to the team that flutriafol was effective in controlling cotton root rot disease in vineyards.
Yang's results show that the equipment could detect the presence, location, and disease progression of cotton root rot, as well as invasive weeds and areas affected by drought stress.
Yang's published results show that aerial imagery could detect the presence, location, and disease progression of cotton root rot.
The root rot fungi of vegetables including cabbage (Brassica oleracea L.
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.
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.
solani has been reported to cause collar and root rot of cowpea; this is considered of minor importance.