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*  Ascochyta pisi - Wikipedia
These fungal spores then penetrate the leaf. In the spring, it produces conidia in pycnidia. The release of these spores begins ... The Ascochyta pisi spores are viable on crop debris, although they do not survive for more than a year. Other Ascochyta blight ... New disease is established when spores of the fungus are carried to a new, healthy crop by wind or rain splash. ... Ascochyta blight of peas is one of the most important diseases of pea in terms of acreage affected. Yield losses of 5 to 15% ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ascochyta_pisi
*  Septoria cannabis - Wikipedia
The disease survives on plant debris from the previous growing season as ascospores in a perithecium, as well as mycelium on ... Index Fungorum USDA ARS Fungal Database Bergman, Robert. "Stop Leaf Septoria On Marijuana Plants Now!" I Love Growing Marijuana ... To avoid this disease, you must eliminate survival structures which are dead and decaying leaves or organic matter around the ... Sanitation of your growing area can make all of the difference when battling diseases of any nature. Many diseases like ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Septoria_cannabis
*  Adventist Youth Honors Answer Book/Nature/Fungi - Wikibooks, open books for an open world
... and pearl millet causing diseases called blast disease or blight disease. M. grisea causes economically significant crop losses ... Avoid breathing dust (fungal spores) generated by moldy building materials, crops, and other materials. ... Plant diseases caused by Botryotinia species appear primarily as blossom blights and fruit rots but also as leaf spots and bulb ... and other fungus-contaminated debris. The fungal material is carried into the respiratory tract when airborne particles are ...
  https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Adventist_Youth_Honors_Answer_Book/Nature/Fungi
*  Phaseolus vulgaris ( Fall Pole Bean ) | Backyard Gardener
For fungal leaf spots, use a recommended fungicide according to label directions.. Diseases : Anthracnose Anthracnose is the ... Diseases : Verticillium or Fusarium Wilt Wilts may be contracted through infected seed, plant debris, or soil. This fungus ... Common support structures are trellises, wires, strings, or existing structures. Some plants, like ivy, climb by aerial roots ... If touched, it will leave a colored spot of spores on the finger. Caused by fungi and spread by splashing water or rain, rust ...
  https://www.backyardgardener.com/plantname/phaseolus-vulgaris-fall-pole-bean/
*  Fuchsia ( Coralle Fuchsia ) | Backyard Gardener
Diseases : Verticillium or Fusarium Wilt Wilts may be contracted through infected seed, plant debris, or soil. This fungus ... Leaf drop and plant death can occur with heavy infestations. Spider mites can multiply quickly, as a female can lay up to 200 ... If touched, it will leave a colored spot of spores on the finger. Caused by fungi and spread by splashing water or rain, rust ... Painted, wooden structures will be higher maintenance, whereas a rust-proof metal structure will require less maintenance and ...
  https://www.backyardgardener.com/plantname/fuchsia-coralle-fuchsia/
*  Septoria lycopersici - Wikipedia
High humidity and leaf wetness are also ideal for disease development. The initial source of inoculum for S. lycopersici ... thus reducing the spread of fungal spores. Drip irrigation and mulching also help with the reduction of splashing thus ... It causes one of the most destructive diseases of tomatoes and attacks tomatoes during any stage of development. S. lycopersici ... such as mycelium and conidia within pycnidia which can be found on and in infected seed and within infected tomato debris left ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Septoria_lycopersici
*  Phaseolus vulgaris ( Pea Pole Bean ) | Backyard Gardener
Diseases : Verticillium or Fusarium Wilt Wilts may be contracted through infected seed, plant debris, or soil. This fungus ... Prevention and control: Keep your garden as clean as possible, eliminating hiding places such as leaf debris, over-turned pots ... If touched, it will leave a colored spot of spores on the finger. Caused by fungi and spread by splashing water or rain, rust ... Prevention and Control: Use disease free plants and space far enough apart so that air circulation is good. Remove and discard ...
  https://www.backyardgardener.com/plantname/phaseolus-vulgaris-pea-pole-bean/
*  Phaseolus coccineus ( Streamline Scarlet Runner Bean ) | Backyard Gardener
Diseases : Verticillium or Fusarium Wilt Wilts may be contracted through infected seed, plant debris, or soil. This fungus ... Prune, remove, or destroy infected plants and remove all leaf debris. Select a fungicide that is labeled for anthracnose and ... Common support structures are trellises, wires, strings, or existing structures. Some plants, like ivy, climb by aerial roots ... Use only certified seed that is deemed disease-free. Plant only resistant varieties and create a discouraging environment by ...
  https://www.backyardgardener.com/plantname/phaseolus-coccineus-streamline-scarlet-runner-bean/
*  Phaseolus coccineus ( Black Knight Scarlet Runner Bean ) | Backyard Gardener
Diseases : Verticillium or Fusarium Wilt Wilts may be contracted through infected seed, plant debris, or soil. This fungus ... Prevention and control: Keep your garden as clean as possible, eliminating hiding places such as leaf debris, over-turned pots ... Common support structures are trellises, wires, strings, or existing structures. Some plants, like ivy, climb by aerial roots ... Use only certified seed that is deemed disease-free. Plant only resistant varieties and create a discouraging environment by ...
  https://www.backyardgardener.com/plantname/phaseolus-coccineus-black-knight-scarlet-runner-bean/
*  Phaseolus vulgaris ( Black Coco Shelling Bean ) | Backyard Gardener
Diseases : Verticillium or Fusarium Wilt Wilts may be contracted through infected seed, plant debris, or soil. This fungus ... Prevention and control: Keep your garden as clean as possible, eliminating hiding places such as leaf debris, over-turned pots ... Common support structures are trellises, wires, strings, or existing structures. Some plants, like ivy, climb by aerial roots ... If touched, it will leave a colored spot of spores on the finger. Caused by fungi and spread by splashing water or rain, rust ...
  https://www.backyardgardener.com/plantname/phaseolus-vulgaris-black-coco-shelling-bean/
*  Phaseolus acutifolius ( Virus-Free White Tepary Bean ) | Backyard Gardener
Sanitation is a must - clean up and remove all leaves, flowers, or debris in the fall and destroy. Diseases : Anthracnose ... Prune, remove, or destroy infected plants and remove all leaf debris. Select a fungicide that is labeled for anthracnose and ... If touched, it will leave a colored spot of spores on the finger. Caused by fungi and spread by splashing water or rain, rust ... Prevention and Control: Use disease free plants and space far enough apart so that air circulation is good. Remove and discard ...
  https://www.backyardgardener.com/plantname/phaseolus-acutifolius-virus-free-white-tepary-bean/
*  Phaseolus acutifolius ( Pinacate Tepary Bean ) | Backyard Gardener - Gardening Information
Sanitation is a must - clean up and remove all leaves, flowers, or debris in the fall and destroy. Diseases : Anthracnose ... Drought tolerant plants are often deep rooted, have waxy or thick leaves that conserve water, or leaf structures that close to ... If touched, it will leave a colored spot of spores on the finger. Caused by fungi and spread by splashing water or rain, rust ... Prevention and Control: Use disease free plants and space far enough apart so that air circulation is good. Remove and discard ...
  https://www.backyardgardener.com/plantname/phaseolus-acutifolius-pinacate-tepary-bean/
*  Fruit Tree Terms : Trees of Antiquity, Heirloom Fruit Trees for your Home
Powdery Mildew fungal disease that affects plants and crop yield. Powdery mildew is one of the easier plant diseases to ... Leaf Mosaic any plant disease characterized by mottled discoloration of leaves. Common in figs under environmental stress. ... Fungicide applications are used to protect the tree from spores being released by the juniper host in mid-spring. This occurs ... Rake up and dispose of fallen leaves and other debris from under apple trees. Remove galls from infected junipers. In some ...
  https://www.treesofantiquity.com/index.php?main_page=page&id=8
*  Erysiphe cruciferarum - Wikipedia
... usually both sides of the leaf show white, powdery fungal growth. Additional signs of the pathogen would be that its conidia ... Wind and rain can also spread the spores of E. cruciferarum. Adding vegetative wind barriers can impede the spores' travel into ... Disease diagnosis is determined on the basis of anamorph morphology and host. Erysiphe cruciferarum is an obligate parasite. ... "Powdery Mildew - Plant Diseases". Penn State Extension. Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences. Retrieved 2015-11-12. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erysiphe_cruciferarum
*  Pecan anthracnose - Wikipedia
"Occurrence of Glomerella cingulata in pecan nut shucks and is association with fungal leaf scorch" (PDF). Plant Disease. 79 (2 ... "Diseases - Pecans South Africa". 10 October 2012. "2009 Georgia Plant Disease Loss Estimates - UGA Cooperative Extension". ... Signs include pink spores inside of the lesions. If left untreated, symptoms will get progressively worse throughout the season ... The ascocarp can survive on fallen nuts, leaves and other plant debris. Ascocarps can be spread by the wind or rain. Then, ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pecan_anthracnose
*  Common spot of strawberry - Wikipedia
The disease cycle starts when the pathogen overwinters as mycelium or fruiting structures in leaf debris and spores are spread ... "Strawberry Leaf Spots". Retrieved 20 October 2013. Sikora, Edward J. "Common Leaf Diseases of Strawberries" (PDF). Alabama ... The fungal pathogen favors 12 or more hours of leaf wetness for infection. New, young foliage has been found to be more ... This disease on strawberry can generate two types of spores that infect newly-emerging leaves in the spring, conidia spores and ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_spot_of_strawberry
*  Urocystis agropyri - Wikipedia
The leaf discoloration is due to fungal structures called sori, which are clusters of spore-bearing structures. During ... "Smut diseases G. Fuentes-Dávila, B.J. Goates, P. Thomas, J. Nielsen, B. Ballantyne." Smut diseases. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Oct. ... These spores are reddish brown, smoothly rounded, and they tend to be in clumps of 5-6 with sterile cells around them. The ... The occurrence of the disease in the United States was limited to the Pacific Northwest and was the result of the introduction ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urocystis_agropyri
*  CIR946/VH054: Some Common Diseases of Pepper in Florida
The fungus can survive in northern Florida on crop debris. The spores are readily transmitted via wind. The disease is usually ... Cercospora Leaf Spot. Cercospora leaf spot, sometimes known as frogeye leaf spot, is common in northern Florida during the ... Fungicides labeled for pepper for other fungal diseases may help with this diseases. ... The disease can be definitively diagnosed by finding small, mustard seed sized resting structures called sclerotia at the base ...
  http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/vh054
*  Braided Money Tree Diseases | Garden Guides
The disease develops on defoliated debris that remains around the tree. The fungal spores commute from the debris onto the ... Anthracnose Leaf Spot. Anthracnose leaf spot is a general title for the various fungal diseases that cause leaf spots and other ... The disease can be prevented by keeping the braided money tree's area free of debris, watering the tree thoroughly and ... The money tree is susceptible to this fungal disease, and generally shows signs of infection in the early spring months. ...
  https://www.gardenguides.com/102358-braided-money-tree-diseases.html
*  Gummy stem blight - Wikipedia
Gummy Stem Blight is a cucurbit-rot disease caused by the fungal plant pathogen Didymella bryoniae (anamorph Phoma ... Other diseases, like Powdery Mildew, can also weaken a host enough to provide easy entry for D. bryoniae. After spore ... The leaves begin to turn brown at the margins and necrosis progresses towards the base of the leaf. Cankers, which may or may ... Free moisture must be present on susceptible leaves for at least one hour in order for germination of spores to occur. The ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gummy_stem_blight
*  Diplocarpon earlianum - Wikipedia
Diplocarpon earlianum is a fungal pathogen, that produces a disease in strawberry plants called strawberry leaf scorch. ... The disease overwinters in plant debris and infects strawberry plants during the spring season when it is wet. The five main ... This allows repeated infections all season long, making the disease polycyclic. The sexual spores, ascospores, are produced in ... Since the rotated crop is not a host for D. earliana, the pathogen has a severely decreased chance of survival in structures ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diplocarpon_earlianum
*  November Golf Diary 2015 | Pitchcare
... often only possible to recognise the type of disease when the fruiting bodies of the disease produce structures such as spores ... Diseases are only one cause of turf loss, and disease control measures will do nothing to alleviate damage from other causes ... The combination of early morning dews, warm and wet weather and diminishing daylight hours increases the risk of fungal disease ... as well as checking mower blades are sharp to provide a precise cut of the leaf blade and reduce the potential for disease. ...
  https://www.pitchcare.com/news-media/diary/golf/2008/november
*  Sclerotinia sclerotiorum - Wikipedia
... will give the greatest amount of protection against disease. Crop rotation with cereals in fields with high levels of disease ... Next, white fungal mycelium covers the fruit and it decays. This can occur when the fruit is in the field or when in storage. ... These sclerotia give rise to a fruiting body in the spring that produces spores in a sac which is why fungi in this class are ... The fungus can survive in the soil mainly on the previous year's plant debris. Like most fungi, S. sclerotiorum prefers darker ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sclerotinia_sclerotiorum
*  Gardening123 - Your Resource for Plant, Lawn and Houseplant Care
The fungal infection produces decay-causing enzymes, seriously weakening the wooden structure. One such disease, Ganoderma butt ... Shrubs pruned as hedges can be particularly susceptible to stem and leaf diseases. Volutella stem blight on boxwood, usually ... Millions of spores are formed on the white underside of this shelf. When scratched, this underside turns brown and has the ... Remove any plant sap and debris from tools before disinfecting. A quick dip between cuts will suffice. Be careful with this ...
  http://gardening123.com/articles/display_article.asp?MS=6&SS=60&ID=103329&Page=1&
*  Citrus black spot - Wikipedia
After overwintering in leaf debris, ascostroma begin producing ascospores. Ascospore formation is accelerated by sequential ... Urea, lime, and calcium carbonate reduce the number of fungal structures and spore production. Since the fungus requires wet ... Citrus Black Spot is a fungal disease caused by Guignardia citricarpa. This Ascomycete fungus affects citrus plants throughout ... List of citrus diseases Wikee, S., Udayanga, D., Crous, P.W., Chukeatirote, E., McKenzie, E.H., Bahkali, A.H., Dai, D. & Hyde, ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citrus_black_spot