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Compendium of Nut Crop Diseases in Temperate Zones

Handbook / Manual
By: Beth L Teviotdate(Editor), Themis J Michailides(Editor), Jay W Pscheidt(Editor)
89 pages, 28 plates with 189 colour photos; 22 b/w photos
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Compendium of Nut Crop Diseases in Temperate Zones covers diseases and disorders of almond, hazelnut, pecan, pistachio, and English walnut crops. Learn to identify and control major and minor diseases of nut crops. Practical and easy to use, disease identification is strengthened with 189 color photographs and complete pathogen descriptions.

In addition to complete coverage of symptoms, pathogen description, epidemiology, and control recommendations, Compendium of Nut Crop Diseases in Temperate Zones also provides a fundamental explanation of environmental and cultural practices that affect disease development.

This practical guide is essential for anyone working with nut crops, including: horticulturalists, nursery personnel, extension agents, county agents, regulatory personnel, growers, crop advisors, entomologists, plant pathologists, students and teachers.

Contents

Part I: Diseases and Disorders Affecting Several Nut Crops
Diseases Caused by Fungi
- Armillaria Root Disease
- Cotton Root Rot
- Kernal Decay
- Phytophthora Diseases
- Powdery Mildew
- Rosellinia Root Rot
- Verticillium Wilt
- Wood Decay
Disease Caused by a Bacterium
- Crown Gall
- Diseases Caused by Nematodes
- Dagger Nematodes (Xiphinema spp.)
- Ring Nematodes (Mesocriconema spp.)
- Root-Knot Nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.)
- Root-Lesion Nematodes (Pratylenchus spp.)
Noninfectious Disorders
- Cold Injury and Heat Injury
- Nutritional Disorders

Part II: Almond Diseases
- Introduction
Diseases Caused by Fungi
- Alternaria Leaf Spot
- Anthracnose
- Armillaria Root Disease
- Band Canker
- Brown Rot
- Ceratocystis Canker
- Green Fruit Rot
- Hull Rot
- Kernal Decay
- Leaf Blight
- Leaf Curl
- Leucostoma Canker
- Phomopsis Canker and Fruit Rot
- Phytophthora Diseases
- Powdery Mildew
- Red Leaf Blotch
- Rosellinia Root Rot
- Rust
- Scab
- Shot Hole
- Verticillium Wilt
- Wood Decay
Diseases Caused by Bacteria
- Almond Leaf Scorch
- Bacterial Canker
- Bacterial Hyperplastic Canker
- Bacterial Spot
- Crown Gall
Diseases Caused by Phytoplasmas
- Almond Brown-Line and Decline and Kernal Shrivel
- European Stone Fruit Yellows
- X-Disease
Diseases Caused by Viruses
- Calico
- Mediterranean Almond Viruses
- Peach Mosaic
- Peach Yellow Bud Mosaic
Diseases Caused by Nematodes
Disorders of Uncertain Cause
- Almond Stem Pitting
- Foamy Canker
Noninfectious Disorders
- Cold Injury and Heat Injury
- Corky Spot
- Kernal Defects
- Noninfectious Bud-Failure
- Nonproductive Syndrome
- Nonproductive Syndrome
- Nutritional Disorders
- Union Mild Etch

Part III: Hazelnut Diseases
- Introduction
Diseases Caused by Fungi
- Armillaria Root Disease
- Eastern Filbert Blight
- Kernal Decay
- Leaf Spots and Bud Diseases
- Powdery Mildew
- Wood Decay
Diseases Caused by Bacteria
- Bacterial Blight
- Bacterial Canker
- Crown Gall
Diseases Caused by a Phytoplasma
- Hazelnut Yellows
Diseases Caused by Viruses
- Hazelnut Mosaic
Diseases Caused by Nematodes
Disorders of Uncertain Cause
- Filbert Stunt Syndrome
Noninfectious Disorders
- Blanks, Brown Stain, and Catkin Blast
- Cold Injury and Heat Injury
- Nutritional Disorders

Part IV: Pecan Diseases
- Introduction
Diseases Caused By Fungi
- Anthracnose
- Armillaria Root Diseases
- Brown Leaf Spot
- Cotton Root Rot
- Downy Spot
- Kernal Decay
- Minor Pecan Foliar Diseases
- Phytophthora Shuck and Kernal Rot
- Powdery Mildew
- Scab
- Vein Spot
- Verticillium Wilt
- Wood Decay
- Zonate Leaf Spot
Diseases Caused by Bacteria
- Crown Rot
- Pecan Bacterial Leaf Scorch
Diseases Caused by a Phytoplasma
- Bunch Disease
Diseases Caused By Nermatodes
Disorders of Uncertain Cause
- Mouse Ear
- Shuck Disorders
Noninfectious Disorders
- Cold Injury and Heat Injury
- Fruit Split
- Lightning Injury
- Nutritional Disorders
- Premature Germination
- Sooty Mold

Part V: Pistachio Diseases
- Introduction
Diseases Caused by Fungi
- Alternaria Late Blight
- Armillaria Root Disease
- Aspergillus Fruit Rot
- Blossom and Shoot Blight
- Cotton Root Rot
- Eutypa Dieback
- Gum Canker
- Kernal Decay
- Panicle and Shoot Blight
- Phomopsis Blight
- Phytophthora Diseases
- Powdery Mildew
- Rosellinia Root Rot
- Rust
- Sclerotinia Blight
- Seedling Blight
- Septoria Leaf Spots
- Stem Canker
- Stigmatomycosis
- Verticillium Wilt
- Wood Decay
Diseases Caused by Nematodes
Disorders of Uncertain Cause
- Bacterial Dieback
- Damage by Other Means
- Dieback and Canker
- Peters Scorch
- Pin Size Lesion
Noninfectious Disorders
- Cold Injury and Heat Injury
- Epicarp Lesion and Kernal Necrosis
- Hull Rupture
- Nutritional Disorders
- Shell Staining

Part VI: Walnut Diseases
- Introduction
Diseases Caused by Fungi
- Alternaria Leaf Spot
- Anthracnose
- Armillaria Root Disease
- Branch Wilt
- Cotton Root Rot
- Cylindrocarpon Dieback
- Downy Leaf Spot
- Kernal Decay
- Melanconium Dieback
- Other Fungal Diseases
Diseases Caused by Bacteria
- Crown Rot
- Deep Bark Canker
- Shallow Bark Canker
- Walnut Blight
Diseases Caused by a Virus
- Blackline
Diseases Caused by Nematodes
Disorders of Uncertain Cause
- Brown Apical Necrosis
- Stem Canker
Noninfectious Disorders
- Apoplexy
- Cold Injury and Heat Injury
- Mesophyll Collapse
- Nutritional Disorders
- Oilless Nuts
- Pistillate Flower Abscission

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Handbook / Manual
By: Beth L Teviotdate(Editor), Themis J Michailides(Editor), Jay W Pscheidt(Editor)
89 pages, 28 plates with 189 colour photos; 22 b/w photos
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