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Cover for Acacia mearnsii (black wattle)

A fast-growing, nitrogen-fixing tree adapted to a wide range of sites from the temperate and subtropical lowlands to tropical highlands. It yields...

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C. odorata is a very widely distributed tropical shrub that is still expanding its range, and is considered one of the world’s worst...

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K. oryzae occurs commonly on maize, but losses are minor. The ear rot is more important than the stalk condition. An Illinois survey in 1924-44...

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Trichothecium roseum has been found on the seeds of palak (Spinacia oleracea) (Pradeep et al., 2003), marigold (Chandel and Kaur, 2003),...

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Cover for Ceratocystis paradoxa (black rot of pineapple)

SugarcaneThe pathogen attacks setts in the soil and causes considerable damage, especially when conditions for germination and subsequent...

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Although it is not the only pathogen involved in many of the fusarial diseases, it is one of the important components of Fusarium complexes that...

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Cover for Albonectria rigidiuscula (green point gall)

Nectria canker is one of the most important diseases of many species of trees in most parts of subtropical and tropical areas. Losses are greater...

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Tospoviruses are recognized as limiting factors in the production of a large number of horticultural crops, and F. schultzei is a...

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Since the 1970s Frankliniella occidentalis has successfully invaded many countries to become one of the most important agricultural...

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