Fungi and Fungicides; A Practical Manual, Concerning the Fungous Diseases of Cultivated Plants and the Means of Preventing Their Ravages

Fungi and Fungicides; A Practical Manual, Concerning the Fungous Diseases of Cultivated Plants and the Means of Preventing Their Ravages

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1894 edition. Excerpt: ...in partially closed sacs--called perithecia--are seen in e, and at / some of these cases containing spores are representedmore highly magnified. Treatment.--It has been repeatedly shown that this leaf-blight may be prevented by the Bordeaux mixture. Usually spraying after the crop is gathered, especially when the plantation is mowed and burned over, keeps the disease sufficiently in check, bnt additional spring sprayings--one when the new leaves start, and another just before the blossoms open--will prove of much benefit. Young, non-bearing plantations should be sprayed two or three times during summer. Literature.--The strawberry leaf-blight has frequently been discussed in the American literature of plant diseases. In 1885 Professor Wm. Trelease published an article concerning it in the report of the Wisconsin Experiment Station for that year (pp. 47-58). Professor F. L. Scribner has an elaborate account of it, illustrated by a colored plate, in the report of the United States Department of Agriculture for 1887 (pp. 334-341). Other articles concerning it have been published by Professor Arthur in the report of the New York Experiment Station (1888, p. 351); by Professor Dudley, in the Bulletin of the Cornell University Experiment Station (XIV); and by Professor Garman in the Bulletin of the Kentucky Experiment Station. ZPDR/T III Fungi Affecting Shade Trees, Ornamental Plants And Flowers FUNGI AFFECTING SHADE TREES The Catalpa Leaf-spot Disease Phyllosticta catalpce Early in summer small discolored spots frequently appear in the leaves of Catalpa trees. Although minute at first they gradually enlarge, and two or more often run together to form brown or blackish blotches, which sometimes involve most of the leaf. In badly affected...show more

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  • Paperback | 46 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 100g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236942892
  • 9781236942890