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Exotic Plant Pathogens—Who's Responsible? Charles R. Wilson. Page 863. VIEW ARTICLE.
Velvetlead as Reservoir for Verticillium dahiliae. Franco Lamberti. Xlphlnema americanum or X. californicum? M. V. McKenry. Page 864. VIEW ARTICLE.
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Expert Systems in Plant Pathology. R. X. Latin, G. E. Mlles, and J. C. Rettinger. Pages: 868-872 VIEW ARTICLE
Colonization of Bentgrass Turf by Curvularia lunata After Leaf Clipping and Heat Stress. J. J. Muchovej, H. B. Couch. Pages: 873-875 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Inoculum Densities of Thielaviopsis basicola in Tobacco Fields and the Role of Black Root Rot in Tobacco Stunting in Virginia. L. P. Specht, G. J. Griffin, J. J. Reilly, and D. A. Komm. Pages: 876-879 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Pathogenicity of Blue-Stain Fungi Associated with Dendroctonus terebrans. Karen K. Rane, Terry A. Tattar. Pages: 879-883 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Resistant Winter Wheats Compared at Differing Growth Stages and Leaf Positions for Tan Spot Severity. D. J. Cox, R. M. Hosford, Jr. Pages: 883-886 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Residual Activity of Metalaxyl and Population Dynamics of Phytophthora cinnamomi in Landscape Beds of Azalea. D. M. Benson. Pages: 886-891 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Reactions of Perennial Wild Species of Genus Glycine to Septoria glycines. S. M. Lim, T. Hymowitz. Pages: 891-893 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Shift of Monilinia spp. and Distribution of Isolates Sensitive and Resistant to Benomyl in California Prune and Apricot Orchards. Themis J. Michailides, Joseph M. Ogawa, and Dan C. Opgenorth. Pages: 893-896 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Distribution of Fluorescent Pseudomonas spp. Causing Grain and Sheath Discoloration of Rice in Latin America. R. S. Zeigler, G. Aricapa, and E. Hoyos. Pages: 896-900 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Potential of Using Culture Filtrates from Verticillium albo-atrum to Evaluate Alfalfa Germ Plasm for Resistance to Verticillium Wilt. Karen F. Ireland, K. T. Leath. Pages: 900-903 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Races of Puccinia graminis in the United States and Mexico During 1986. A. P. Roelfs, D. H. Casper, D. L. Long, and J. J. Roberts. Pages: 903-907 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Colony Color, Growth, Sporulation, Fungicide Sensitivity, and Pathogenicity of Pyrenophora tritici-repentis. R. M. Hunger, D. A. Brown. Pages: 907-910 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Survival of Rhizoctonia solani and Other Soilborne Basidiomycetes in Fallow Soil. D. K. Bell, Donald R. Sumner. Pages: 911-915 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Angular Leaf Spot of Red Kidney Beans in Michigan. F. J. Correa, A. W. Saettler. Pages: 915-918 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Rhizosphere Effect of Herbicide-Stressed Sicklepod (Cassia obtusifolia) on Chlamydospores of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum. Stephen L. Brown, E. A. Curl. Pages: 919-922 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Barley Yellow Dwarf Viruses in Small Grains of Pennsylvania: Isolate Identification, Distribution, and Vector Efficiency. F. E. Gildow, J. Frank, D. Bingaman, and C. Powell. Pages: 922-926 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Crop Losses Caused by Xanthomonas Streak on Spring Wheat and Barley. W. W. Shane, J. S. Baumer, and P. S. Teng. Pages: 927-930 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Association of Fastidious, Xylem-Inhabiting Bacteria with Leaf Scorch in Red Maple. J. L. Sherald, J. M. Wells, S. S. Hurtt, and S. J. Kostka. Pages: 930-933 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Evaluating Soybean Cultivars for Resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum Under Field Conditions. G. J. Boland, R. Hall. Pages: 934-936 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Giant Hill Selection for Control of Verticillium dahliae in Potato. G. D. Easton, M. E. Nagle. Pages: 937-940 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Disease Development and Yield Losses Associated with Northern Leaf Blight on Corn. J. M. Perkins, W. L. Pedersen. Pages: 940-943 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Apple Mosaic Virus in U.S. Filbert Germ Plasm. J. D. Postman, H. R. Cameron. Pages: 944-945 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
Disorders in Plum, Peach, and Nectarine Shipments to the New York Market, 1972-1985. M. J. Ceponis, R. A. Cappellini, J. M. Wells, and G. W. Lightner. Pages: 947-952 VIEW ABSTRACT | VIEW ARTICLE
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