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Olya Rysin and Frank J. Louws

systems, or both ( Barrett et al., 2012 ; King et al., 2010 ; Rivard and Louws, 2008 ). One of the challenges associated with tomato grafting is that rootstock selection for disease management, and therefore associated production and economic benefits of

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Suzanne O’Connell, Cary Rivard, Mary M. Peet, Chris Harlow, and Frank Louws

risk reduction (e.g., weather and foliar diseases), and intensive production capabilities on limited land area ( Blomgren and Frisch, 2007 ; Lamont, 2009 ). High-value horticultural crops such as tomato are a common choice for cultivation under high

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Yu Huang, John E. Kaminski, and Peter J. Landschoot

efficacy of chlorothalonil and propiconazole for control of dollar spot on creeping bentgrass. Online. Applied Turfgrass Science. doi: 10.1094/ATS-2008-0319-01-RS Vargas, J.M. Jr 2005 Management of turfgrass diseases. 3rd Ed. Lewis Publ., Boca Raton, FL

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Craig Brodersen, Cody Narciso, Mary Reed, and Ed Etxeberria

Citrus HLB (synonym citrus greening) is a highly destructive, fast-spreading disease of citrus. Its presumed pathological agent, Candidatus Liberibacter spp., is a fastidious Gram-negative, obligate parasite, phloem-limited α

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Gregory M. Peck, Candace N. DeLong, Leon D. Combs, and Keith S. Yoder

immense insect, disease, and weed pressure experienced in this region ( Cromwell et al., 2011 ; Peck et al., 2010 ; Williams et al., 2016 ). Additionally, crop load management options are limited in organic production because the USDA-NOP prohibits the

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Thomas Graham and Michael A. Dixon

overall liverwort management strategy. The use of these ozone-containing solutions for liverwort management is ancillary to the overall objectives of currently installed ozonation systems, which are primarily disease management in the bulk solution. The

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Andrew L. Thomas, Patrick L. Byers, and Mark R. Ellersieck

terms of productivity, phenology, or pest management. The American elderberry is a large, vigorous, multistemmed shrub that produces fruit on the current season's growth as well as older wood. For simplicity, we use the terms “primary” and “secondary” to

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Marci Spaw, Kimberly A. Williams, Laurie Hodges, Ellen T. Paparozzi, and Ingrid L. Mallberg

, students will further develop the following knowledge and skill sets: Knowledge about factors a grower should consider when a problem arises in a production setting An understanding of the diagnostic process for disorders incited by environmental, disease

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Jesse Wimer, Debra Inglis, and Carol Miles

needed to achieve successful management of this pathogen. Many researchers have demonstrated that grafting can reduce soilborne disease severity of watermelon ( King et al., 2008 ; Louws et al., 2010 ). While fusarium wilt (caused by Fusarium oxysporum

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Katherine Bennett, Jared Jent, Uttara C. Samarakoon, Guido Schnabel, and James E. Faust

agent for disease reduction. Based on the literature demonstrating the effect of Ca spray applications on leaf tissue strength and botrytis blight, we hypothesized that Ca may be beneficial for the management of petunia flower meltdown. The objectives of