Plant Disease (2004) 88 (2)

From Pestinfo-Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

Articles of Plant Disease entered for 2004 and volume (issue): 88 (2)

Plant Disease (2004) 88, 100-113
Stephen R. Koenning, Terrence L. Kirkpatrick, James L. Starr, J. Allen Wrather, Nathan R. Walker and John D. Mueller (2004)
Plant-parasitic nematodes attacking cotton in the United States: Old and emerging production challenges

Plant Disease (2004) 88, 114-118
C.L. Xiao and J.D. Rogers (2004)
A postharvest fruit rot in d'Anjou pears caused by Sphaeropsis pyriputrescens sp. nov.

Plant Disease (2004) 88, 119-124
M. Grisoni, F. Davidson, C. Hyrondelle, K. Farreyrol, M.L. Caruana and M. Pearson (2004)
Nature, incidence, and symptomatology of viruses infecting Vanilla tahitensis in French Polynesia

Plant Disease (2004) 88, 125-130
N.A.R. Peres, N.L. Souza, T.L. Peever and L.W. Timmer (2004)
Benomyl sensitivity of isolates of Colletotrichum acutatum and C. gloeosporioides from citrus

Plant Disease (2004) 88, 131-135
Beth L. Teviotdale and William H. Krueger (2004)
Effects of timing of copper sprays, defoliation, rainfall, and inoculum concentration on incidence of olive knot disease

Plant Disease (2004) 88, 136-146
Yeshi A. Wamishe and Eugene A. Milus (2004)
Seedling resistance genes to leaf rust in soft red winter wheat

Plant Disease (2004) 88, 147-151
Alan R. Biggs (2004)
Effect of inoculum concentration and calcium salts on infection of apple fruit by Botryosphaeria dothidea

Plant Disease (2004) 88, 152-156
Mario González-Chavira, Raúl Rodríguez Guerra, Fernando Hernández-Godínez, Jorge A. Acosta-Gallegos, Octavio Martínez de la Vega and June Simpson (2004)
Analysis of pathotypes of Colletotrichum lindemuthianum found in the central region of Mexico and resistance in elite germ plasm of Phaseolus vulgaris

Plant Disease (2004) 88, 157-161
Alice M. Quezado-Duval, Rui P. Leite Jr., Daniela Truffi and Luis E.A. Camargo (2004)
Outbreaks of bacterial spot caused by Xanthomonas gardneri on processing tomato in central-west Brazil

Plant Disease (2004) 88, 162-166
Guido Schnabel and Desmond R. Layne (2004)
Comparison of reduced-application and sulfur-based fungicide programs on scab intensity, fruit quality, and cost of disease control on peach

Plant Disease (2004) 88, 167-174
B.D. McCallum, A. Tekauz and J. Gilbert (2004)
Reaction of a diverse collection of barley lines to Fusarium head blight

Plant Disease (2004) 88, 175-180
Jessica S. Engle, Patrick E. Lipps, Terry L. Graham and Michael J. Boehm (2004)
Effects of choline, betaine, and wheat floral extracts on growth of Fusarium graminearum

Plant Disease (2004) 88, 181-187
J.S. Pasche, C.M. Wharam and N.C. Gudmestad (2004)
Shift in sensitivity of Alternaria solani in response to Q(o)I fungicides

Plant Disease (2004) 88, 188-194
W.E. Copes, G.A. Chastaganer and R.L. Hummel (2004)
Activity of chlorine dioxide in a solution of ions and pH against Thielaviopsis basicola and Fusarium oxysporum

Plant Disease (2004) 88, 195-204
Melinda R. Lyman, Kenneth J. Curry, Barbara J. Smith and Susan V. Diehl (2004)
Effect of Cercosporella rubi on blackberry floral bud development

Plant Disease (2004) 88, 205-209
S. Sanogo (2004)
Response of Chile pepper to Phytophthora capsici in relation to soil salinity

Plant Disease (2004) 88, 210-214
A. De Cal, A. Martinez-Treceño, J.M. Lopez-Aranda and P. Melgarejo (2004)
Chemical alternatives to methyl bromide in Spanish strawberry nurseries

Plant Disease (2004) 88, 215-219
I. Llorente and E. Montesinos (2004)
Development and field evaluation of a model to estimate the maturity of pseudothecia of Pleospora allii on pear

Plant Disease (2004) 88, p. 220 (Pioli et al.)
R.N. Pioli, L. Mozzoni and E.N. Morandi (2004)
First report of pathogenic association between Fusarium graminearum and soybean

Plant Disease (2004) 88, p. 220 (Menard et al.)
M. Ménard, F. Delort, A. Baudry and M. Le Saux (2004)
First report of bacterial canker of walnut caused by Brenneria nigrifluens in France

Plant Disease (2004) 88, p. 220 (Madar et al.)
Z. Madar, Z. Solel and M. Kimchi (2004)
First report of cytospora canker caused by Cytospora chrysosperma on white poplar in Israel

Plant Disease (2004) 88, p. 221 (Koike et al.)
S.T. Koike, R.F. Smith, P.W. Crous and J.Z. Groenewald (2004)
Leaf and stem spot caused by Ramularia sphaeroidea on purple and lana woollypod vetch (Vicia spp.) cover crops in California

Plant Disease (2004) 88, p. 221 (Holguin-Pena et al.)
R.J. Holguín-Peña, R. Vázquez Juárez and R.F. Rivera-Bustamante (2004)
Pepper golden mosaic virus affecting tomato crops in the Baja California peninsula, Mexico

Plant Disease (2004) 88, p. 221 (Jain et al.)
R.K. Jain, K.M. Nasiruddin, Jyoti Sharma, R.P. Pant and A. Varma (2004)
First report of occurrence of Papaya ring spot virus infecting papaya in Bangladesh

Plant Disease (2004) 88, p. 222 (Michailides et al.)
T.J. Michailides, D.P. Morgan and K.R. Day (2004)
First report of sour rot of California peaches and nectarines caused by yeasts

Plant Disease (2004) 88, p. 222 (du Toit et al.)
L.J. du Toit, H.R. Pappu, K.L. Druffel and G.Q. Pelter (2004)
Iris yellow spot virus in onion bulb and seed crops in Washington

Plant Disease (2004) 88, p. 222 (Rossman et al.)
A.Y. Rossman, L.A. Castlebury and M.L. Putnam (2004)
First report of ash anthracnose caused by Discula fraxinea in Oregon

Plant Disease (2004) 88, p. 223 (Tzanetakis et al.)
I.E. Tzanetakis and R.R. Martin (2004)
First report of Beet pseudo yellows virus in blackberry in the United States

Plant Disease (2004) 88, p. 223 (Baker et al.)
C.A. Baker, K. Beckham and E. Hiebert (2004)
A virus related to Clover yellow mosaic virus found east of the Mississippi River in Verbena canadensis in Florida

Plant Disease (2004) 88, p. 223 (Xiao et al.)
C.L. Xiao, J.D. Rogers and R.J. Boal (2004)
First report of a new postharvest fruit rot on apple caused by Sphaeropsis pyriputrescens

Plant Disease (2004) 88, p. 224 (Huang)
Q. Huang (2004)
First report of Xylella fastidiosa associated with leaf scorch in black oak in Washington, D.C.

Plant Disease (2004) 88, p. 224 (Toppe et al.)
B. Toppe, E. Aanonsen and S. Klemsdal (2004)
First report of root rot and stem blight caused by Phytophthora palmivora in Eustoma grandiflorum

Plant Disease (2004) 88, p. 224 (Lozano et al.)
G. Lozano, E. Moriones and J. Navas-Castillo (2004)
First report of sweet pepper (Capsicum annuum) as a natural host plant for Tomato chlorosis virus