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Compendium of Stone Fruit Diseases
Compendium of Stone Fruit Diseases
Includes information on apricots, peaches, nectarines, plums, prunes, sweet cherries, and sour cherries.
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From the Preface:

A compendium is a brief treatment or summary of a larger body of knowledge. As with an abstract, a compendium is difficult to prepare – to convey fairly and accurately a large amount of accumulated knowledge without omitting facts and details that readers need or wish to know. The editors of this compendium do not have expertise in all  of the diseases and disorders described herein. As has been done in other compendia, we relied on others, in the United States and elsewhere, to write most of the information assembled here. We are indebted to these scientists who responded willingly and with considerable patience to our requests. Those who prepared the descriptions are listed at the end of each section. Contributors of photographs and illustrations are acknowledged only when they were not the authors of the accompanying text.


This title is also available in Spanish.

Compendium of Stone Fruit Diseases


Introduction

Apricot
Peach and Nectarine
Plum and Prune
Sweet Cherry
Sour Cherry


Part 1: Infectious Diseases

Diseases Caused by Fungi
Fruit Diseases

Brown Rot
Short Hole
Scab
Powdery Mildew
Rusty Spot
Green Fruit Rot
Rhizopus Rot
Sour Rot
Miscellaneous Postharvest Fruit Decay
Alternaria Rot and Red Spot Fruit Blemish
Anthracnose
Sour Pit
Botryosphaeria Fruit Rot
Plum Pocket
Fly Speck
Diplodina Fruit Rot
Sooty Blotch

Foliar Diseases

Cherry Leaf Spot
Leaf Curl
Rust
Red Leaf Spot
Frosty Mildew
Gnomoniosis
Monilia Leaf Blight and Green-Fruit Rot
White Rust
Short Hole Spot
Target Leaf Spot
Zonate Leaf Spot
Septoria Leaf Spot
Cercospora Leaf Spot

Cankers, Blights, and Wood Rots

Leucostoma Canker
Silver Leaf
Constriction Canker
Eutypa Dieback
Fungal Gummosis
Black Knot
Ceratocystis Canker
Sclerotium Stem Rot
Phialophora Dieback
Rhodosticta Canker
Phomopsis Blight
Root rots
Armillaria and Clitocybe Root and Crown Rots
Phytophthora Root and Crown Rots
Verticillium Wilt
Phymatotrichum Root Rot
Rosellinia (Dematophora) Root Rot
Violet Root Rot

Disease complex

Wood Decay
Peach Tree Short Life
Replant Disorders

Parasitic Plants

Mistletoe

Diseases Caused by Bacteria

Bacterial Canker
Bacterial Decline
Bacterial Spot
Crown Gall
Phony Peach
Plum Leaf Scald

Diseases Caused by Mycoplasmalike Organisms

Cherry Albino
Cherry Blossom Anomaly
Peach Red Suture
Peach Rosette
Peach Yellows
X-Disease
European Stone Fruit Yellows
Molieres Disease

Plant-Parasitic Nematodes

Root-Knot Nematodes
Root-Lesion Nematodes
Ring Nematodes
Dagger Nematodes
Other Nematodes

Diseases Caused by Virus and Viruslike Agents
Viruses spread by pollen

Prunus Necrotic Ringspot Virus
Prune Dwarf Virus
Plum Line Pattern Ilarviruses

Viruses spread by Mites, Insects, and Nematodes

Cherry Mottle Leaf Virus
Peach Mosaic
Little Cherry
Plum Pox Virus
Cherry Raspleaf Virus
Peach Rosette Mosaic Virus
Tomato Ringspot Virus
Other Nepoviruses

Viruses and Pathogens Spread by Grafting

Apple Chlorotic Leaf Spot Virus
Apricot Ring Pox and Cherry Twisted leaf
Cherry Black Canker
Cherry Necrotic Rusty Mottle
Lambert Mottle & Frogmore Virus Canker
Cherry Rusty Mottle
Cherry Short Stem
Cherry Stem Pitting
Cherry Mottle
Peach Mottle
Peach Wart
Plum and Peach Dapple Fruit Viroid
Sour Cherry Green Ring Mottle Virus
Sour Cherry Pink Fruit
Spur Cherry
Tomato Bushy Stunt Virus
Other Graft-Transmitted Pathogens


Part 2: Noninfectious Disorders

Genetic and Physiological Disorders

Apricot Gumboil
Plum Chlorotic Fleck and Peach Yellow Spot
Plum Rusty Blotch
Prune Crinkle Leaf
Prune Leaf Casting Mottle
Sweet Cherry Crinkle Leaf and Deep Suture Disorders
Russet Scab
Dead Button
Nectarine Pox
Peach Skin Discoloration

Minor Physiological and Genetic Disorders

High-Temperature Injuries
Inadequate Winter Chilling
Low-Temperature Injuries
Water-Related Disorders
Unfavorable Edaphic Factors
Growth-Related Disorders
Maturity-Related Disorders
Excess Crowding and Shading
Atmospheric Pollution
Nonbearing Syndrome of Plums

Nutritional Disorders


Glossary
Index
Color Plates
Publish Date: 1995
Format: 8.5" x 11" softcover
ISBN: 978-0-89054-174-6
Pages: 128
Images: 168 color images; 14 black and white images
Publication Weight: 2 lbs

Edited by J. M. Ogawa, E. I. Zehr, G. W. Bird, D. F. Ritchie, K. Uriu, and J. K. Uyemoto

List Price:99.00

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