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The adult female is sedentary and covered by an ovoid, green scale, about 3.5 mm long and only slightly...

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Cover for Cucurbit yellow stunting disorder virus

Since the late 1970s, cucumbers and melons grown in 16,000 ha of polyethylene-covered glasshouses in south-east Spain have been seriously...

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B; japonicus is an annual grass, originating in Eurasia and Northern Africa, which is introduced and invasive in rangelands in...

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Cover for Bromus tectorum (downy brome)

B. tectorum has tremendous phenotypic plasticity, with self fertilization permitting continuous replication of successful genotypes, and occasional...

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Cover for Hypogeococcus pungens (cactus mealybug)

The mealybug Hypogeococcus pungens is native to South America. It was first used as a biological control agent of invasive...

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Cover for Brevicoryne brassicae (cabbage aphid)

Crops which can suffer severe attack by B. brassicae include cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, radish, swede and mustard. Kale,...

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The disease has recently been considered of particular importance in the USA, where cucurbit crops such as melons are grown under highly controlled...

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C. cardunculus is an erect perennial herb, commonly known as cardoon or artichoke thistle. Native to southern Europe and North...

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Cover for Cochliobolus lunatus (head mould of grasses, rice and sorghum)

C. lunatus is part of a complex of fungi, including Fusarium moniliforme and Phoma sorghina, and some other fungi that produce grain mould of...

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Cover for Golovinomyces cichoracearum (powdery mildew)

In a survey in 1989, powdery mildew was found in 25% of sunflower fields in California, USA (Gulya et al., 1991). A high frequency (70-100%) of G....

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