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Plant Disease October, 1986
Volume 70, Number 10

Plant Disease Editorial Board & Policies.  Page: 903   VIEW ABSTRACT  |  VIEW ARTICLE


Natural Language Computations and Plant Health Concepts. David R. MacKenzie. Page: 904 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE


The Latest in Plant Pathology and Nematology. Thor Kommedahl. Page: 905 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE


Conservation Tillage and Vegetable Diseases. Donald R. Sumner, E. Dale Threadgill, Doyle A. Smittle, Sharad C. Phatak, and A. W. Johnson. Pages: 906-911 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE


Occurrence of Cereal Chlorotic Mottle Virus in Northern Africa. B. E. L. Lockhart. Pages: 912-915 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Comparison of Forecasting Methods for Control of Potato Early Blight in Wisconsin. J. W. Pscheidt, W. R. Stevenson. Pages: 915-920 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Occurrence and Development of Mycosphaerella laricina on Larch in the North Central United States. M. A. Palmer, M. E. Ostry, K. Robbins, and T. H. Nicholls. Pages: 921-923 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Distinguishing Teliospores of Tilletia controversa from Those of T. caries by Fluorescence Microscopy. V. O. Stockwell, E. J. Trione. Pages: 924-926 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Etiology of Parsley Damping-off and Influence of Temperature on Disease Development. D. E. Hershman, E. H. Varney, and S. A. Johnston. Pages: 927-930 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Survey of Wild Ipomoea spp. as Potential Reservoirs of Sweet Potato Feathery Mottle Virus in Louisiana. C. A. Clark, K. S. Derrick, C. S. Pace, and B. Watson. Pages: 931-932 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Development of a Population of Heterodera glycines Race 5 at Four Soil Temperatures in Minnesota. M. E. Sortland, D. H. MacDonald. Pages: 932-935 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Populations of Mucor piriformis in Soil of Pear Orchards in the Hood River Valley of Oregon. R. A. Spotts, L. A. Cervantes. Pages: 935-937 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Electronic Grape Black Rot Predictor for Scheduling Fungicides with Curative Activity. M. A. Ellis, L. V. Madden, and L. L. Wilson. Pages: 938-940 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Seasonal Variation in Extent of Colonization of Two Apple Rootstocks by Five Species of Phytophthora. S. N. Jeffers, H. S. Aldwinckle. Pages: 941-945 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Effects of Soil Solarization on Plant-Parasitic Nematodes and Phytophthora cinnamomi in South Africa. M. E. Barbercheck, S. L. Von Broembsen. Pages: 945-950 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Effects of Night Temperature and Mist Period on Infection of Sweet Corn by Puccinia sorghi. J. M. Headrick, J. K. Pataky. Pages: 950-953 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Field Runner: A Disease Incidence, Severity, and Spatial Pattern Assessment System. B. R. Delp, L. J. Stowell, and J. J. Marois. Pages: 954-957 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Genetic Resistance to Tobacco Mosaic Virus, Cyst Nematodes, Root-Knot Nematodes, and Wildfire from Nicotiana repanda Incorporated into N. tabacum. G. R. Gwynn, K. R. Barker, J. J. Reilly, D. A. Komn, L. G. Burk, and S. M. Reed. Pages: 958-962 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Influence of Sequential Dew Periods on Biocontrol of Sicklepod (Cassia obtusifolia) by Alternaria cassiae. H. L. Walker, C. D. Boyette. Pages: 962-963 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

New Diseases and Epidemics

Identification of Wheat Spindle Streak Mosaic Virus and Its Role in a New Disease of Winter Wheat in Kansas. S. A. Lommel, W. G. Willis, and T. L. Kendall. Pages: 964-968 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Septoria musiva on Hybrid Poplar in Southern Ontario. L. J. Spielman, M. Hubbes, and D. Lin. Pages: 968-971 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Occurrence and Spread of Rice Tungro Spherical Virus in the Philippines. N. B. Bajet, V. M. Aguiero, R. D. Daquioag, G. B. Jonson, R. C. Cabunagan, E. M. Mesina, and H. Hibino. Pages: 971-973 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Colletotrichum gloeosporioides, a Possible Biological Control Agent for Clidemia hirta in Hawaiian Forests. Eduardo E. Trujillo, Frances M. Latterell, and Albert E. Rossi. Pages: 974-976 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Root Rot of Soybean Caused by Cylindrocladium clavatum in Central Brazil. J. C. Dianese, W. R. C. Ribeiro, A. F. Urben. Pages: 977-980 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Disease Notes

Occurrence of a Golden Mosaic of Legumes in Venezuela. E. A. Debrot, R. Lastra, R. C. de Uzcategui, and S. Haber. Page: 981 VIEW NOTE

Cotton Leaf Crumple Virus Transmitted from Naturally Infected Bean from Mexico. J. K. Brown, M. R. Nelson, and R. C. Lambe. Page: 981 VIEW NOTE

Occurrence of Verticillium dahliae on Barley. D. E. Mathre. Page: 981 VIEW NOTE

Evidence that Race 1 of Setosphaeria turcica Caused the 1985 Northern Corn Leaf Blight Epidemic in North Carolina. K. J. Leonard, S. Leath. Page: 981 VIEW NOTE

Seed Transmission of Blackeye Cowpea Mosaic Virus in Vigna mungo. R. Provvidenti. Page: 981 VIEW NOTE

Cankers on Russian Olive in Windbreaks in North Dakota and South Dakota. J. M. Krupinsky. Page: 981 VIEW NOTE


Economically Important Diseases of Lettuce. C. L. Patterson, R. G. Grogan, and R. N. Campbell. Pages: 982-987.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Special Report

Disorders in Onion Shipments to the New York Market, 1972-1984. M. J. Ceponis, R. A. Cappellini, and G. W. Lightner. Pages: 988-991.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE