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Plant Disease November, 1995
Volume 79, Number 11

Plant Disease Editorial Board & Policies.  Page: 1083   VIEW ABSTRACT  |  VIEW ARTICLE


The Latest in Plant Pathology and Nematology. Page 1084. VIEW ARTICLE.


Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae and Bacterial Brown Spot of Snap Bean: A Study of Epiphytic Phytopathogenic Bacteria and Associated Disease. Susan S. Hirano. Pages: 1086-1093 VIEW ARTICLE


Occurrence of Phytoplasmas in Hawaii. Wayne B. Borth. Pages: 1094-1097.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Activity of Cyprodinil: Optimal Treatment Timing and Site of Action. G. Knauf-Beiter. Pages: 1098-1103.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Temperature Sensitivity and Efficacy of Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus Resistance Derived from Agropyron intermedium. D. L. Seifers. Pages: 1104-1106.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Coat Protein Transgenic Resistance to Watermelon Mosaic and Zucchini Yellows Mosaic Virus in Squash and Cantaloupe. George H. Clough. Pages: 1107-1109.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Induced Resistance Against Fusarium Wilt of Chickpea by Nonpathogenic Races of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceris and Nonpathogenic Isolates of F oxysporum. A. Hervas. Pages: 1110-1116.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Sensitivities of Mexican Isolates of Phytophthora infestans to Chlorothalonil, Cymoxanil, and Metalaxyl. Ludwik S. Sujkowski. Pages: 1117-1120.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Late Leaf Spot, Southern Stem Rot, and Peanut Yield Responses to Rates of Cyproconazole and Chlorothalonil Applied Alone and in Combination. A. K. Culbreath. Pages: 1121-1125.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Comparison of Sprayable and Film Mulches in Delaying the Onset of Aphid-Transmitted Virus Diseases in Zucchini Squash. Charles G. Summers. Pages: 1126-1131.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Copper, Oxy tetracycline, and Streptomycin Resistance of Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae Strains from Pear Orchards in Oregon and Washington. R. A. Spotts. Pages: 1132-1135.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Eight Isolates of Didymella bryoniae from Geographically Diverse Areas Exhibit Variation in Virulence but No Isolate by Cultivar Interaction on Cucumis sativus. P. C. St. Amand. Pages: 1136-1139.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Inheritance and Selection of Field Resistance to Sheath Brown Rot Disease in Rice. B. R. Sthapit. Pages: 1140-1144.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Combined Biological and Chemical Seed Treatments for Control of Two Seedling Diseases of Sh2 Sweet Corn. D. E. Mathre. Pages: 1145-1148.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Evaluation of Bacterial Epiphytes Isolated from Avocado Leaf and Fruit Surfaces for Biocontrol of Avocado Postharvest Diseases. L. Korsten. Pages: 1149-1156.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

The Structure and Biological Properties of Secondary Metabolites Produced by Peltaster fructicola, a Fungus Associated with Apple Sooty Blotch Disease. P. Venkatasubbaiah. Pages: 1157-1160.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Decline of Phellodendron amurense in Tokyo: Associated Fungi and Pathogenicity of Associated Cylindrocladium spp. Tsuneo Watanabe. Pages: 1161-1164.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

An Empirical Model for Predicting the First Symptoms of Sooty Blotch and Flyspeck of Apples. E. M. Brown. Pages: 1165-1168.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Detection and Identification of Monosporascus spp. with Genus-Specific PCR Primers and Nonradioactive Hybridization Probes. B. R. Lovic. Pages: 1169-1175.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

New Diseases and Epidemics

Xanthomonas campestris pv. asclepiadis, pv. nov., Causative Agent of Bacterial Blight of Milkweed (Asclepias spp.). Paula Flynn. Pages: 1176-1180.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Use of Cellulose-Acetate Electrophoresis for Rapid Identification of Allozyme Genotypes of Phytophthora infestans. Stephen B. Goodwin. Pages: 1181-1185.  VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Disease Notes

First Report of Fusarium Leaf Blotch of Rice. N. Iboton Singh, R. K. Tombisana Devi. Page: 1186. VIEW NOTE

Pestalotiopsis versicolor: A Causal Agent of Rice Collar Rot. N. Iboton Singh, R. K. Tombisana Devi, and L. Nongdren Khomba Singh. Page: 1186. VIEW NOTE

First Report of Tomato Bushy Stunt Virus in Almeria (Spain). I. M. Cuadrado, J. M. Guerra-Sanz, C. Garcia, M. I. Aguilar, and P. Moreno. Page: 1186. VIEW NOTE

First Report of Corynespora Leaf Spot of Thyme in Florida. R. T. McMillan Jr., W. R Graves. Page: 1186. VIEW NOTE

Rhizoctonia solani AG-l-1A and AG-2-2 IIIB Cause Brown Patch on Tall Fescue and Creeping Bentgrass in Ohio. L. J. Merr, M. M. Fulton. Page: 1186. VIEW NOTE

Rust on Jointweed, Reported Only from Florida, Also Occurs in Wisconsin. J. W. McCain, J. V. Groth. Page: 1187. VIEW NOTE

New Report on Rust on Kikuyu Grass in South Africa Caused by Phakopsora apoda. .R. Adendorff, F. H. J. Rijkenberg. Page: 1187. VIEW NOTE

First Report of Pleurotus ostreatus Causing a Wood Rot of Grapevines in California Vineyards. M. E. Vail, W. D. Gubler and J. E. Adaskaveg. Page: 1187. VIEW NOTE

Colletotrichum acutatum Causes Anthracnose of Black Gum (Nyssa sylvatica). .K. O. Britton, R. A. Anderson, and S. C. Redlin. Page: 1187. VIEW NOTE

Phytophthora Blight of Squash Caused by Phytophthora capsici in Arkansas. L. A. Wasilwa, J. C. Correll, and T. E. Morelock. Page: 1188. VIEW NOTE

Phytophthora megasperma var. sojae on Asparagus officinalis in France. A. Baudry, J. P. Morzieres, and Ch. Lafaurie. Page: 1188. VIEW NOTE

First Report of Pepper Race 6 of Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria, Causal Agent of Bacterial Spot of Pepper. F. Sahin, S. A. Miller. Page: 1188. VIEW NOTE

Damping-off of Flowering Dogwood Seedlings Caused by Colletotrichum acutatum and Fusarium oxysporum. K. O. Britton, S. C. Redlin. Page: 1188. VIEW NOTE