Cabbage fla beetle - the world of plants
Cabbage fla beetle

Cabbage fla beetle Chrysomelidae: Scientific name Type of disease: Host insects. It is also found in beans, pepper, hot pepper, eggplant, pea, cucumber, pumpkin, zucchini, tomato, cabbage, potato, green and black cowpea, Indian pea, red pea, soybean. Geographical spread: The insect is widespread in Europe, northwest Asia, and North Africa. The cause of the disease: There are many insect species belonging to the flea beetle...

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Powdery mildew in cabbage - the world of plants
Powdery mildew in cabbage

Powdery mildew in cabbage Photo 1. Older leaves of cabbage seedlings show a mottled appearance caused by powdery mildew Hyaloperonospora parasitica. Photo 2. Infection in the field: leaf spots caused by powdery mildew Hyaloperonospora parasitica, cluster together in wet weather and form large patches of rot. Common name: Powdery mildew in cabbage Scientific name: Hyaloperonospora parasiticum. he knew…

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Fusarium vascular wilt and its prevention - Plant World
Fusarium vascular wilt and its prevention

#Fusarium vascular wilt and its prevention Fusarium wilt The disease affects a large group of vegetable plants, causing the destruction of the crop. It is considered an obstacle to sustainable agricultural production. It spreads from the Arctic to tropical regions. Plants are infected at any stage of growth. The incidence of the disease in seedlings is high in cold soils, and fungi enter the plant roots. Infected with nematodes, the infection appears in the field...

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Verticillium in cabbage - plant world
Verticillium in cabbage

Scientific name: Verticillium spp. Type of disease: Fungal. Verticillium wilt is a soil-borne fungal disease that affects many vegetable crops grown in Utah. It causes similar symptoms in its hosts. Verticillium wilt is caused by Verticillium dahliae or V. albo-atrum, both of which have been repeatedly diagnosed in Utah. Verticillium wilt is a plant-borne disease...

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Alternaria black spot on cabbage - Plant World
Alternaria black spot of cabbage

# Brassicas, Alternaria black leaf spot: It is considered one of the common fungal diseases in cabbage fields and poses an increasing threat to cabbage crops all over the world. It can infect all parts of the plant at all stages of growth (seedlings, leaves, petioles, stem, head, flower disc, and seeds). The disease is caused by several types. It is an Alternaria fungus and has a large number of plants...

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Ring spot - the world of plants
Ring spot

Ring spot: Mycosphaerella brassicicola Scientific name: Type of disease: Fungal Cause of disease Damage is caused by airborne pathogens Mycosphaerella brassicicola The spores are spread by water spray, wind, and rain. The fungus needs a period of relative humidity of at least four days to reproduce. It can support temperatures from 16 to 20…

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Black mold on cabbage - plant world
Black mold on cabbage

#Black rot on cauliflower: Black rot of crucifer crops: It is considered the most dangerous disease worldwide for cabbage plants. It can infect most cabbage crops and at any stage of growth. It is difficult for farmers to manage this disease, and the disease can cause significant crop losses when conditions are warm, humid after Periods of rainy weather spread quickly.…

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Blackleg disease - the world of plants
Black leg disease

Plenodomus lingam Scientific name Type of disease: Fungal hosts. Found in cabbage, canola and cauliflower Cause of Disease Blackleg disease, also known as Phoma canker on the leg, is caused by two types of fungi, Leptosphaeria maculans and Leptosphaeria biglobosa. It spends its hibernation period on seeds, or on plant residues and crop residues that remain in the field. Then you start...

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Cabbage moth - the world of plants
Cabbage moth

Cabbage moth Scientific name: L.mamestra brassicae Lepidoptera: Noctuidae Type of disease: Insects What is cabbage moth disease? Also called cabbage moth, it is one of the most common types of pests in cabbage, and it is considered a multi-pest scourer. This disease feeds on about 70 species of plants from 22 families, including tomatoes, strawberries, onions, chrysanthemums...

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Botrytis mold (gray mold) - the world of plants
Botrytis mold (gray mold)

Botrytis mold (gray mold) Scientific name: Botrytis cinerea Type of disease: Fungal Cause: Botrytis cinerea Full stage Botryotinia fuckeliana Life cycle: Spore germination is greatly stimulated by low concentrations of simple sugars, such as glucose and fructose, as well as amino acids. In the spring they grow. Stone bodies and mycelium, and conidial bacteria are given, which are considered the basic vaccine for the occurrence of infection...

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