Cotton Diseases by R. J. Hillocks

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Subjects:

  • Crop husbandry,
  • Plant pathology & diseases,
  • Fiber Crops,
  • Technology,
  • Children"s All Ages - Nature,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Technology / Agriculture / Crop Science,
  • Agriculture - Crop Science

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Cabi Publishing

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FormatHardcover
Number of Pages432
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11600768M
ISBN 100851987494
ISBN 109780851987491

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(John Thomas), Cotton diseases and methods of control. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. Provides a comprehensive overview of the role of cotton in the economy and cotton production around the world This book offers a complete look at the worlds largest fiber crop: cotton.

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Common Names of Plant Diseases Stuart D. Lyda and G. Watkins, primary collators; updated by P. Colyer, T. Kirkpatrick, and C. Rothrock (last update 7/9/01) BACTERIAL DISEASES Bacterial blight Xanthomonas campestris pv. malvacearum (Smith )Dye b Crown gall Agrobacterium tumefaciens (Smith and Townsend ).

GEMINIVIRAL dIsEAsEs of cottoN cottoN LEAf cURL dIsEAsE A phylogenetic tree based on complete nucleotide sequences of all cotton begomoviruses is shown in Figure 3.

Cotton leaf curl is a destructive disease of cotton and several other malvaceous plant species that is transmitted by B. tabaci. Presently the disease is prevalent. Infectious diseases are grouped both by causal organisms (fungi, bacteria, nematodes, viruses, and phytoplasmas) and by host phenology.

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Virus Diseases: Several virus diseases have been described on cotton but are only of minor importance in Texas. Boll Rots (fungi and bacteria – caused by many parasitic and saprophytic organisms including: Colletotrichum sp.

and Xanthomonas sp.): Symptoms may vary depending on the organisms involved. Generally, the first symptoms of boll rot. The begomoviral strain that acts as a causal agent of cotton leaf curl diseases was classified based on genomic identity into three strains, namely cotton leaf curl Multan virus, cotton leaf curl.

Figure Severe infestations of true cotton rust produce many orange-colored lesions on the leaves. ASCOCHYTA BLIGHT. Ascochyta blight, or wet-weather blight, is a fungus disease that is found throughout the humid cotton-growing area. The most serious outbreaks of the disease have occurred in the Piedmont areas of the Carolinas and Georgia and inCited by: 4.

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Practical issues related to the identification of a disease based on symptoms and presence of pathogens are shown, as they have utmost importance for successful by: 8. Objectives: To be familiar with the diseases found in the cotton.

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To be familiar about the pesticides like fungicides, insecticides and their use in the crop at different times applying different. In addition to the issue of temperature, the book addresses how humidity, water deficiency and different lighting conditions affect cotton.

The final chapters examine various stresses and diseases in the plant from the root system to geminiviral diseases as well as abiotic stress and cotton fiber development. Finally products and uses of different parts of the cotton plants have been discussed.;With a comprehensive subject index that makes reference hunting easier, appended to the book, it is a work of lasting importance of Scholars, researchers, agricultural scientists, cotton growers as well as all those linked with cotton industry and cotton.Here is a vital new source of need-to-know information for cotton industry professionals.

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