MANAGING SOOTY CANKER Dr. Wayne S Johnson, State Horticulture Specialist Robert Morris, Area Horticulture Specialist Joy Mandekic, Master Gardener Coordinator ooty canker, a wilt disease of branches and limbs, commonly attacks mulberry trees in the desert Southwest.

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Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources • Oklahoma State University EPP-7620 Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Fact Sheets are also available on our website at: http://osufacts. Kenneth E. Conway Research Plant Pathologist Brian Olson Plant Disease Diagnostician One of ...

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Plant Pathology Circular No. 54 Florida Department of Agriculture February 1967 Division of Plant Industry GARDENIA CANKER S. A. Alfieri, Jr. , Plant Pathologist Gardenia canker was described as early as 1894 in England by M. C. Cooke (1) and has since been reported from California, Ohio ...

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Drought stress perhaps could have some effect on progression of canker development and twig beetle survival. These have not been documented and are probably of minor importance in the overall epidemiology of this disease.

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HS1130 Dooryard Citrus Production: Citrus Canker Disease 1 Timothy M. Spann, Ryan A. Atwood, Jamie D. Yates, and James H. Graham, Jr. 2 1. This document is HS1130, one of a series of the Horticultural Sciences Department, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural ...

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OCTOBER 2005 PRIMEFACT 77 Bacterial canker of stone fruit Shane Hetherington Research Horticulturist Health Sciences, Science Alliance and Evaluation, Orange Agricultural Institute Causes and Consequences Bacterial canker is caused by the bacterial pathogen Pseudomonas syringae pv syringae .

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Bacterial canker is a potentially serious disease of tomato that can occur in commercial plantings and home gardens. This infectious disease is capable of spreading rapidly, resulting in devastating losses.

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