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Compendium of Blueberry, Cranberry, and Lingonberry Diseases and Pests

Handbook / Manual
By: James J Polashock(Editor), Frank L Caruso(Editor), Anne L Averill(Editor), Annemiek C Schilder(Editor)
231 pages, 389 colour photos and b/w line drawings
Compendium of Blueberry, Cranberry, and Lingonberry Diseases and Pests
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  • Compendium of Blueberry, Cranberry, and Lingonberry Diseases and Pests ISBN: 9780890545362 Edition: 2 Paperback Aug 2016 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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This comprehensive new diagnostic and management guide is the largest, most comprehensive APS compendium published to date. Nearly triple the thickness of the previous edition, it collectively covers nearly 150 diseases, pests, and disorders of blueberry, cranberry, and lingonberry crops. It is ideal for large and small commercial growing operations, nurseries, as well as the advisors that serve them, including universities, extension offices, independent consultants, and diagnostic labs.

The highly anticipated second edition of Compendium of Blueberry, Cranberry, and Lingonberry Diseases and Pests, published nearly two decades after the first edition, offers the most practical, up-to-date, and comprehensive information in existence for diagnosing and managing diseases and disorders of blueberries (highbush, lowbush, and rabbiteye), cranberries, and lingonberries.

It includes nearly 400 images and management recommendations from top researchers across the world, enabling users to more confidently scout, identify, and manage problems in the field before they become economically significant.

The Compendium of Blueberry, Cranberry, and Lingonberry Diseases and Pests, Second Edition is organized into four major parts (Select the 'Contents' tab above for the full list of nearly 150 diseases, pests, and disorders across these three crops)…
- Infectious Diseases (e.g. Anthracnose Fruit Rot, Bacterial Canker, Fairy Ring, Leaf Mottle Virus)
- Noninfectious Disorders (e.g. cold injury, nutritional disorders, oxygen deficiency injury)
- Insect Pests (e.g. aphids, blueberry blossom weevils, cranberry fruitworms, leaf rollers)

The Blueberry Certification section offers current and comprehensive information to help users develop and comply with blueberry plant certification standards and practices. The certification program helps ensure that only high-quality plant material, free of targeted plant pathogens, passes through the blueberry production chain.

In addition to a useful glossary and index of key terms, this new edition offers an appendix that identifies common names of diseases of blueberry, cranberry, and lingonberry, along with the pathogens that cause them.


The Taxonomy, Botany, and Culture of Vaccinium spp.
      Evolutionary Background

Part I. Infectious Diseases
Diseases Caused by Fungi
      Blueberries (Highbush and Rabbiteye)
            Alternaria Leaf Spot and Fruit Rot
            Anthracnose Fruit Rot
            Armillaria Root Rot
            Botryosphaeria Stem Blight
            Botryosphaeria Stem Canker
            Botrytis Blight and Fruit Rot
            Cylindrocladium Rot
            Double Spot
            Exobasidium Leaf and Fruit Spot
            Fusicoccum (Godronia) Canker
            Gibbera Twig Blight
            Gloeocercospora Leaf Spot
            Gloeosporium Leaf Spot and Stem Canker
            Leaf Rust
            Mummy Berry
            Phomopsis Canker
            Phomopsis Twig Blight and Fruit Rot
            Phyllosticta Leaf Spot and Fruit Rot
            Phytophthora Root Rot
            Powdery Mildew
            Red Leaf
            Septoria Leaf Spot
            Silver Leaf
            Sooty Blotch
            Stem Blotch
      Blueberries (Lowbush)
            Botrytis Blossom Blight
            Brown Leaf Spot
            Exobasidium Fruit and Leaf Spot
            Fusicoccum (Godronia) Canker
            Gloeosporium Stem and Leaf Spot
            Leaf Rust
            Other Fungi Causing Fruit Rot
            Phomopsis Canker
            Powdery Mildew
            Red Leaf
            Septoria Leaf Spot and Stem Canker
            Valdensinia Leaf Spot
Diseases Caused by Viruses
            Blueberry latent spherical virus
            Blueberry latent virus
            Blueberry virus A
            Fruit Drop
            Leaf Mottle
            Necrotic Ring Blotch
            Necrotic Ringspot
            Peach Rosette Mosaic
            Red Ringspot
            Tomato Ringspot
Diseases Caused by Bacteria
            Bacterial Canke
            r Bacterial Leaf Scorch
            Bacterial Leaf Spot
            Crown Gall
Disease Caused by an Alga
            Algal Stem Blotch
Disease Caused by a Parasitic Plant
      Blueberries and Cranberries
Diseases Caused by Fungi
            Berry Speckle
            Bitter Rot
            Black Rot
            Black Spot
            Blotch Rot
            Cladosporium Leaf Spot
            Early Rot
            End Rot
            Fairy Ring
            Phytophthora Root and Runner Rot
            Powdery Mildew
            Protoventuria Early Leaf Spot
            Protoventuria Leaf Spot and Berry Speckle
            Pyrenobotrys Leaf Spot
            Red Gall
            Red Leaf Spot
            Red Shoot
            Ripe Rot
            Rose Bloom
            Twig Blight
            Upright Dieback
            Viscid Rot
            Yellow Rot
Diseases Caused by Viruses
            Tobacco Streak
Diseases Caused by Bacteria
            False Blossom
            Stem Gall
Diseases Caused by Nematodes
      Blueberries and Cranberries
            Diseases Caused by Nematodes
Lingonberry Diseases
            Red Leaf and Red Shoot
            Gibbera Canker
            Mummy Berry
            Witches'-Broom Rust
            Leaf Rust
            Foliar Phytophthora Diseases
            Miscellaneous Foliar Fungi
            Little Leaf

Part II. Noninfectious Disorders
Nutritional and Other Abiotic Disorders
            Cold Injury
            Nutritional Disorders
            Pesticide Toxicity Injury
            Salt Injury
            Water Stress
            Frost Injury
            Hail Injury
            Lightning Injury
            Nutritional Disorders
            Oxygen Deficiency Injury
            Pesticide Toxicity Injury
            Physiological (Sterile) Breakdown
            Salt Injury
            Sunscald and Heat Injury
            Winter Injury

Part III. Blueberry Certification

Part IV. Pests
Blueberries (Highbush and Rabbiteye)
      Blueberry Blossom Weevil (Cranberry Weevil)
      Blueberry Bud Mite
      Blueberry Gall Midge (Cranberry Tipworm)
      Blueberry Maggot Fly
      Blueberry Tip Borer
      Cherry Fruitworm and Cranberry Fruitworm
      Flower Thrips
      Japanese Beetle
      Oriental Beetle
      Plum Curculio
      Blueberry Scales
      Sharp-Nosed Leafhopper
      Winter Moth and Bruce Spanworm
Blueberries (Lowbush)
      Blueberry Sawfly
      Blueberry Spanworm
      Blueberry Thrips
      Red-Striped Fireworm
      Strawberry Rootworm
      Black Vine Weevil
      Black-Headed Fireworm
      Blunt-Nosed Leafhopper
      Coptodisca Leafminer
      Cranberry Blossomworm
      Cranberry Fruitworm
      Cranberry Girdler
      Cranberry Root Grub
      Red-Headed Flea Beetle
      Root-Feeding Chrysomelids
      Scale Insects
      Sparganothis Fruitworm
      Spotted Fireworm
      Various Miscellaneous Cranberry Foliage Feeders
      Lingonberry Fruitworm


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Handbook / Manual
By: James J Polashock(Editor), Frank L Caruso(Editor), Anne L Averill(Editor), Annemiek C Schilder(Editor)
231 pages, 389 colour photos and b/w line drawings
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