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Nicole L. Russo, Terence L. Robinson, Gennaro Fazio, and Herb S. Aldwinckle

remain unclear; however, once bacteria enter the rootstock, no cultural control or chemical treatment can prevent disease development ( Norelli et al., 2003 ). High-density systems rely mainly on the rootstock ‘M.9’, a highly productive dwarfing

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Amanda Skidmore, Neil Wilson, Mark Williams, and Ric Bessin

physical control [i.e., rowcover barriers, cultivation practices, and mulching ( Orozco-Santos et al., 1995 ; Rojas et al., 2011 ; Zehnder et al., 2007 )] and cultural control [i.e., crop rotation, the use of trap crops, adjustment of planting dates, and

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Oscar L. Vargas, David R. Bryla, Jerry E. Weiland, Bernadine C. Strik, and Luna Sun

fertigation or as granular fertilizer HortScience 50 479 485 Weiland, J.E. 2011 Influence of isolation method on recovery of Pythium species from forest nursery soils in Oregon and Washington Plant Dis. 95 547 553 Yeo, J.R. 2014 Cultural controls for

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Ricardo Goenaga, Brian Irish, and Angel Marrero

most limiting factors in banana production worldwide. BLSD does not immediately kill its host plants but causes severe leaf necrosis that results in reduced photosynthetic area affecting bunch weight and fruit quality. Without chemical and cultural

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Jian Li, Jessica Chitwood-Brown, Gurleen Kaur, Joanne A. Labate, G.E. Vallad, Tong Geon Lee, and Samuel F. Hutton

wilt (race 2) of tomato by liming and stake disinfestation Proc. Florida State Hort. Soc. 81 187 191 Jones, J.P. Woltz, S.S. 1983 Cultural control of fusarium wilt race 3 of tomato Proc. Florida State Hort. Soc. 96 82 83 Langmead, B

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Lauren Fessler, Amy Fulcher, Liesel Schneider, Wesley C. Wright, and Heping Zhu

). Powdery mildew is now ubiquitous in Tennessee, and environmental conditions favor infections throughout the period when plants are actively growing (i.e., May through August and as late as October in some studies) ( Windham et al., 2000 ). Cultural