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Plant Disease March, 1987
Volume 71, Number 3

Plant Disease Editorial Board & Policies.    VIEW ABSTRACT  |  VIEW ARTICLE


National Issues in Plant Pathology: A View from Washington. John M. Barnes. Page 203. VIEW ARTICLE.


A New Approach to Forest Pest Management Research in the South. Thomas Miller, Robert A. Schmidt. Pages: 204-207 VIEW ARTICLE


The Latest in Plant Pathology and Nematology. Page 208. VIEW ARTICLE.


Environmental Factors Influencing Infection of Soybean Seeds by Phomopsis and Diaporthe Species During Seed Maturation. A. J. Balducchi, D. C. McGee. Pages: 209-212 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Soybean Seed Thermotherapy with Heated Vegetable Oils. M. M. Pyndji, J. B. Sinclair, and T. Singh. Pages: 213-216 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Control of Cabbage Yellows (Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. conglutinans) by Solar Heating of Field Soils Amended with Dry Cabbage Residues. J. Ramirez-Villapudua, Donald E. Munnecke. Pages: 217-221 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Evaluation of Benomyl and Propiconazole for Controlling Sheath Blight of Rice Caused by Rhizoctonia solani. R. K. Jones, S. B. Belmar, and M. J. Jeger. Pages: 222-225 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Management of Take-All Patch of Creeping Bentgrass with Nitrogen, Sulfur, and Phenyl Mercury Acetate. Peter H. Dernoeden. Pages: 226-229 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Factors Affecting Sclerotial Germination of Sclerotium cepivorum, Secondary Sclerotia Formation, and Germination Stimulants to Reduce Inoculum Density. Prudence A. Somerville, Dennis H. Hall. Pages: 229-233 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. niveum Race 2: A Highly Aggressive Race New to the United States. R. D. Martyn. Pages: 233-236 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Soybean Mosaic Virus: Effects of Primary Disease Incidence on Yield and Seed Quality. J. H. Hill, T. B. Bailey, H. I. Benner, H. Tachibana, and D. P. Durand. Pages: 237-239 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Effects of the Nonionic Surfactant Ag-98 on Three Decay Fungi of Anjou Pear. R. A. Spotts, L. A. Cervantes. Pages: 240-242 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Characterization of a Blackeye Cowpea Mosaic Virus Strain from South Carolina. J. F. Murphy, O. W. Barnett, and W. Witcher. Pages: 243-248 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Host Range, Specificity, and Biometrical Measurements of Leveillula taurica in California. J. C. Correll, T. R. Gordon, and V. J. Elliott. Pages: 248-251 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Infection and Colonization of Grapevines by Ganoderma lucidum. James E. Adaskaveg, Robert L. Gilbertson. Pages: 251-253 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Cercospora Blight Development on Asparagus Fern and Effects of Fungicides on Disease Severity and Yield. Kenneth E. Conway, James E. Motes, Bruce Bostian, Christine G. Fisher, and P. L. Claypool. Pages: 254-259 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Macrophomina phaseolina Infection and Vine Decline in Cantaloupe in Relation to Planting Date, Soil Environment, and Plant Maturation. B. D. Bruton, M. J. Jeger, and R. Reuveni. Pages: 259-263 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Source of Resistance to Black Rot of Cabbage Expressed in Seedlings and Adult Plants. J. E. Hunter, M. H. Dickson, and J. W. Ludwig. Pages: 263-266 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Source of Inoculum, Yield, and Quality of Tomato as Affected by Leveillula taurica. W. B. Jones, S. V. Thomson. Pages: 266-268 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Evaluation of Peanut Cultivars for Resistance to Field Infection by Sclerotium rolfsii. W. D. Branch, A. S. Csinos. Pages: 268-270 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Needle Weights as a Measure of Infection by Uredinopsis mirabilis and Chrysomyxa weirii. D. S. Abrahamson, D. R. Bergdahl. Pages: 270-271 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Parallel Identification of Five Luteoviruses That Cause Barley Yellow Dwarf. W. F. Rochow, J. S. Hu, R. L. Forster, and H. T. Hsu. Pages: 272-275 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Multiple-Pathogen Inoculation of Cucumber (Cucumis sativus) Seedlings. A. J. Wyszogrodzka, P. H. Williams, and C. E. Peterson. Pages: 275-280 VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Disease Notes

First Report of Colletotrichum coccodes on Velvetleaf. A. R. Gotlieb, A. K. Watson, and C. Poirier. Page: 281 VIEW NOTE

Occurrence and Pathogenicity of Fusarium proliferatum on Corn in Minnesota. Thor Kommedahl, K. K. Sabet, P. M. Burnes, and C. E. Windels. Page: 281 VIEW NOTE

First Report of Stewart’s Wilt of Maize in Louisiana. M. S. Kang. Page: 281 VIEW NOTE

Two New Ornamental Hosts for Phytophthora cactorum: Trachymene caerulea and Gypsophila paniculata. R. L. Wick, K. K. Rane, and D. P. Sutton. Page: 281 VIEW NOTE

Reproduction of Northern Root-Knot Nematode (Meloidogyne hapla) on Marigolds. J. D. Eisenback. Page: 281 VIEW NOTE

Gray Leaf Spot Epiphytotic in Ohio Corn. P. E. Lipps. Page: 281 VIEW NOTE

Special Report

Blackleaf and Other Potato Diseases Caused by Soft Rot Erwinia: Proposal for Revision of Terminology. M. C. M. Pérombelon and A. Kelman. Pages: 283-285.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |  VIEW ARTICLE

Industry News



The Significance of Fungi in Cereal Grains. R. A. Meronuck. Pages: 287-291.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |  VIEW ARTICLE