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Plant Disease July, 1996
Volume 80, Number 7

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


The Latest in Plant Pathology and Nematology. Page 715. VIEW ARTICLE.


Monosporascus Root Rot and Vine Decline: An Emerging Disease of Melons Worldwide. Ray D. Martyn, Marvin E. Miller. Pages: 716-725. VIEW ARTICLE


Relationships Between Disease Reactions under Controlled Conditions and Severity of Wheat Bacterial Streak in the Field. E. A. Milus, E. Duveiller, T. L. Kirkpatrick, and D. B. Chalkley. Pages: 726-730. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Methyl Iodide, an Ozone-Safe Alternative to Methyl Bromide as a Soil Fumigant. H. D. Ohr, N. M. Grech, J. O. Becker, and M. E. McGiffen, Jr. Pages: 731-735. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Biological Control of Turfgrass Diseases with a Rhizosphere Competent Strain of Trichoderma harzianum. C. T. Lo, E. B. Nelson, and G. E. Harman. Pages: 736-741. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Populations of Aspergillus flavus in the Iowa Cornfield Ecosystem in Years Not Favorable for Aflatoxin Contamination of Corn Grain. D. C. McGee, O. M. Olanya, and G. M. Hoyos, and L. H. Tiffany. Pages: 742-746. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Effects of Imidacloprid Seed Treatment of Corn on Foliar Feeding and Erwinia stewartii Transmission by the Corn Flea Beetle. G. P. Munkvold, D. C. McGee. Pages: 747-749. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Association of Mortality of Recently Planted Seedlings and Established Saplings in Red Pine Plantations with Sphaeropsis Collar Rot. Glen R. Stanosz, Jane Cummings Carlson. Pages: 750-753. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Damage by a Lesion Nematode, Pratylenchus vulnus, to Prunus Rootstocks. J. Pinochet, C. Fernandez, and E. Alcaniz, and A. Felipe. Pages: 754-757. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

A Bioluminescent<i> Xanthomonas campestris </i>pv.<i> campestris </i>Used to Monitor Black Rot Infections in Cabbage Seedlings Treated with Fosetyl-Al. Glenn T. Mochizuki, Anne M. Alvarez. Pages: 758-762. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Potential Weed Hosts for Diaporthe phaseolorum var. caulivora, Causal Agent for Soybean Stem Canker. B. D. Black, G. B. Padgett, J. L. Griffin, J. P. Snow, and G. T. Berggren, Jr. Pages: 763-765. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Effect of Temperature and Postharvest Field Burning of Kentucky Bluegrass on Germination of Sclerotia of Claviceps purpurea. W. J. Johnston, C. T. Golob, and J. W. Sutton, and T. R. Schultz. Pages: 766-768. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Distribution of Tobacco Streak, Tomato Ringspot, and Raspberry Bushy DwarfViruses in Rubus ursinus and R. leucodermis Collected from the Pacific Northwest. Chad E. Finn, Robert R. Martin. Pages: 769-772. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Characterization of Ohio Strains of Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria, Causal Agent of Bacterial Spot of Pepper. F. Sahin, S. A. Miller. Pages: 773-778. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

A Qualitative Assessment of Wind Dispersal of Resting Sporesof Synchytrium endobioticum, the Causal Agent of Wart Disease of Potato. M. C. Hampson. Pages: 779-782. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Detection and Identification of Pseudomonas syringae pv. atropurpurea by PCR Amplification of Specific Fragments from an Indigenous Plasmid. Y. Takahashi, T. Omura and H. Hibino. Pages: 783-788. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Cabbage Refuse Piles as Sources of Inoculum for Black Rot Epidemics. C. G. Kocks, J. C. Zadoks. Pages: 789-792. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Comparison of Durum and Common Wheat Cultivars for Reaction to Leaf Spotting Fungi in the Field. M. R. Fernandez, J. M. Clarke, and R. M. DePauw ad L. P. Lefkovitch. Pages: 793-797. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Effects of Management Practices and Fungicides on Sooty Blotch and Flyspeck Diseases and Productivity of 'Liberty' Apples. D. A. Rosenberger, C. A. Engle, and F. W. Meyer8. Pages: 798-803. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Transportation and Viability of Conidia of Discula destructiva on Hippodamia convergens. Deanna M. Colby, Mark T. Windham, and Jerome F. Grant. Pages: 804-805. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Aecial Host Range of Puccinia substriata var. indica. J. P. Wilson, S. C. Phatak, and G. Lovell. Pages: 806-808. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Effects of Hull Abscission and Inoculum Concentration on Severity of Leaf Death Associated with 'Hull' Rot of Almond. B. L. Teviotdale, T. J. Michailidcs, D. A. Goldhamer, and M. Viveros. Pages: 809-812. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Diseases of Wheat in Long-Term Agronomic Experiments at Pendleton, Oregon. Richard W. Smiley, Harold P. Collins, and Paul E. Rasmussen. Pages: 813-820. VIEW ABSTRACT  |   VIEW ARTICLE

Disease Notes

First Report of Thielaviopsis basicola on Cool-Stored Carrots in New Zealand. L. H. Cheah, A. P. Marshall, and D. W. Brash. Page: 821. VIEW NOTE

Genetic Diversity of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. dianthi in Argentina. G. Lori, S. Wolcan, and H. Alippi. Page: 821. VIEW NOTE

Severe Foot and Root Diseases in Naked and Dwarf Oat Caused by Fusarium spp. J. P. T. Valkonen, P. Peltonen-Sainio, and H. Koponen. Page: 821. VIEW NOTE

First Report of Xylella fastidiosa in Coffee. M. J. G Beretta , R. Harakava, and C. M. Chagas, K. S. Derrick, G. A. Barthe, T. L. Ceccardi, R. F. Lee, O. Paradela, M. Sugimori, and I. A. Ribeiro. Page: 821. VIEW NOTE

Chlorotic Streak of Bell Pepper: A New Toxicogenic Disorder Induced by Feeding of the Silverleaf Whitefly, Bemisia argentifolii. C. G. Summers, D. Estrada. Page: 822. VIEW NOTE

Japanese Mustard, Tah Tsai, and Red Mustard as Hosts of Alternaria brassicae in California. S. T. Koike . Page: 822. VIEW NOTE

Marasmiellus inoderma Causes Basal Rot of Golden Shower Orchid. Y. K. Fong, S. Anuar, F. R. Sanderson, D. N. Pegler, and F. Y. Tham. Page: 822. VIEW NOTE

First Occurrence of Phytophthora cactorum Infecting Euonymus Cuttings. S. D. Barrie, W. R. Jarvis. Page: 822. VIEW NOTE

Occurrence of Peach Latent Mosaic Viroid in Commercial Peach and Nectarine Cultivars in the U.S. L. J. Skrzeczkowski, W. E. Howell, and G. I. Mink. Page: 823. VIEW NOTE

Occurrence of African Mistletoe Erianthemum ulugurense on Toona ciliata and Other Trees in Kenya. M. E. Omunyin, M. N. Wabule. Page: 823. VIEW NOTE

First Report of Graphiola Leaf Spot Caused by Graphiola phoenicis on Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera) in the State of Pernambuco, in the Northeast of Brazil. M. F. Lima. Page: 823. VIEW NOTE

First Report of Fusarium moniliforme Causing Cassava Root, Stem, and Storage Rot. W. Msikita, P. E. Nelson, J. S. Yaninek, M. Ahounou, and R. Fagbemissi. Page: 823. VIEW NOTE

First Report of Sclerotium rolfsii on Juglans in Europe. A. Belisario, L. Corazza. Page: 824. VIEW NOTE

Evaluation of Selected Lycopersicon and Capsicum Germ Plasm for Watermelon Silver Mottle Tospovirus Resistance. S. K. Green, J. T. Hwang, and J. C. Chou. Page: 824. VIEW NOTE