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Managing nematodes without methyl bromide.
Methyl bromide is an effective pre-plant soil fumigant used to control nematodes in many high-input, high-value crops in the United States, including vegetables, nursery plants, ornamentals, treeExpand
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First Report of Boxwood Blight Caused by Cylindrocladium pseudonaviculatum in the United States.
In September and October 2011, a new disease was observed on Buxus spp. in North Carolina and Connecticut, respectively. In North Carolina, over 10,000 containerized Buxus sempervirens (AmericanExpand
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Sudden Vegetation Dieback in Atlantic and Gulf Coast Salt Marshes.
Salt marshes rank as the most productive ecosystems on the planet. Biomass production can be greater than 3 kg dry matter/m2/year, which is 40% more biomass than tropical rainforests produce. SaltExpand
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Influence of Rotation Crops on the Strawberry Pathogens Pratylenchus penetrans, Meloidogyne hapla, and Rhizoctonia fragariae.
  • J. Lamondia
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of nematology
  • 15 December 1999
Field microplot, small plot, and greenhouse experiments were conducted to determine the effects of rotation crops on Pratylenchus penetrans, Meloidogyne hapla, and Rhizoctonia fragariae populations.Expand
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Integrated management of strawberry pests by rotation and intercropping
Abstract ‘Saia’ oats ( Avena strigosa ) and ‘Triple S’ sorgho-sudangrass ( Sorghum bicolor x S. sudanense ) were investigated as rotation crops and as interplanted companion crops the following yearExpand
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Effects of Pratylenchus penetrans and Rhizoctonia fragariae on Vigor and Yield of Strawberry.
  • J. Lamondia
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of nematology
  • 15 December 1999
Microplot and small field-plot experiments were conducted to determine the effects of Pratylenchus penetrans on strawberry yield over several seasons and to evaluate the effects of nematode controlExpand
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Sensitivity of Botrytis cinerea from Connecticut Greenhouses to Benzimidazole and Dicarboximide Fungicides.
Botrytis cinerea was isolated from infected plants in six greenhouses in Connecticut. Forty-five isolates were evaluated in vitro to determine fungicide sensitivity to benzimidazole (benomyl andExpand
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Influence of Ammonium Sulfate and Rotation Crops on Strawberry Black Root Rot.
The combined effects of rotation crops and nitrogen fertilizers were examined on the strawberry black root rot disease complex. In July 1995, microplots were filled with soil that had a history ofExpand
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Airborne fungi associated with ornamental plant propagation in greenhouses
The objective was to determine potential exposure to airborne fungi in greenhouses and to characterize the temporal patterns of airborne fungi in relation to environmental conditions. We analyzed airExpand
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