Compendium of chrysanthemum diseases
Covers more than 27 chrysanthemum problems, including fungi, bacteria, viruses, viroids, phytoplasmas, nematodes, physiological problems, environmental imbalances, air pollution, pesticide toxicity, and nutritional deficiencies and toxicities.
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affected Agric areas bacterium brown Causal Organism caused CCMVd cell chlorosis ChMV chry chrysan chrysanthe chrysanthemum chlorotic mottle chrysanthemum cultivar chrysanthemum stunt conidia Control crop crown gall CSVd culture culture-indexed cuttings Cycle and Epidemiology deﬁciency deﬁciency symptoms Detection develop Dimock Disease Cycle ﬁeld ﬁrst ﬂower foliar fungal fungi fungicide fungus Fusarium oxysporum Fusarium wilt greenhouse growth horiana Horst host plant humidity hypha infected plants inﬂuenced inoculated inoculum leaf spot lesions lower leaves manganese margins Midstem leaves MLOs mosaic mycelium necrotic newly matured leaves occur oxysporum f pathogen perithecia phloem necrosis Phytopathology plants infected Plate powdery mildew produced propagation Puccinia pycnidia Pythium ray ﬂorets root-knot nematodes rust fungus santhemum sclerotia Selected References Septoria shoots soil species spores spotted wilt virus spread stock plants stunt viroid susceptible teliospores temperatures themum tissue tomato spotted wilt TSWV upper leaves vascular viroid virus viruses white rust Yellow Delaware