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Compendium of Peanut Diseases, Second Edition
Compendium of Peanut Diseases, Second Edition
A guide to the identification, diagnosis, and control of peanut diseases and disorders.
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Compendium of Peanut Diseases, Second Edition is a guide to the identification, diagnosis, and control of peanut diseases and disorders. Bringing together color photographs and authoritative information in a single volume, this convenient compendium is a valuable resource for peanut growers and crop consultants around the world.

This compendium has become a standard guidebook for the peanut industry. The contributors are an international group that includes 50 peanut experts from the United States, India, The Peoples Republic of China, Malawi, Australia, Israel, and South Africa. They offer advice on diseases and disorders found in each of the world's major peanut-growing regions.

Detailed descriptions of 55 peanut diseases are the core of the book. Covering diseases caused by fungi, bacteria, nematodes, and viruses, these descriptions present detailed information on symptoms, causal organisms, disease cycle, control, host range, transmission, detection, and epidemiology. In addition to diseases, the compendium also describes peanut disorders caused by environmental stress, insects and arthropods, and parasitic flowering plants. Other sections of the compendium cover beneficial organisms, organisms with an undetermined relationship to peanuts, disease management strategies, genetic modification, and a listing of disease and insect resistant cultivars currently available for use by growers and breeders.

Compendium of Peanut Diseases, Second Edition


Introduction

The Peanut
Origin of the Peanut
Taxonomy of the Genus Arachis
Peanut Diseases

Part I: Biotic Diseases

Diseases Caused by Fungi

Alternaria Leaf Spot
Anthracnose
Aspergillus Crown Rot
Black Hull
Botrytis Blight
Charcoal Rot
Choanephora Leaf Spot
Cylindrocladium Black Rot
Delimited Shell Spot
Diplodia Collar Rot
Early and Late Leaf Spots
Fusarium Diseases
Melanosis
Myrothecium Leaf Blight
Neocosmospora Foot Rot
Olpidium Root Discoloration
Peanut Pod Rot Complex
Pepper Spot and Leaf Scorch
Pestalotiopsis Leaf Spot
Phanerochaete Omnivora
Phomopsis Blight
Phyllosticta Leaf Spot
Phymatotrichum Root Rot
Powdery Mildew
Pythium Diseases
Rhizoctonia Diseases
Rust
Scab
Sclerotinia Blight
Stem Rot
Verticillium Wilt
Web Blotch
Yellow Mold and Aflatoxin
Zonate Leaf Spot

Diseases Caused by Bacteria

Bacterial Leaf Spot
Bacterial Wilt

Diseases Caused by Nematodes

Root-Knot Nematodes
Root-Lesion Nematodes
Sting Nematodes
Ring Nematodes
Peanut Pod Nematodes
Other Nematodes

Diseases Caused by Viruses

Tomato Spotted Wilt and Peanut Bud Necrosis Viruses
Peanut Clump and Indian Peanut Clump Viruses
Groundnut Rosette
Peanut Mottle
Peanut Stripe
Peanut Stunt
Cowpea Mild Mottle
Cucumber Mosaic
Peanut Chlorotic Streak
Other Viruses
Witches Broom

Part II: Abiotic Diseases

Drought Stress
Frost Injury
Genetic Disorders
Hail Injury
Herbicide Injury
Lightning Injury
Nutrient Imbalances
Ozone Damage

Part III: Insects and Arthropods

Foliage Feeders
Intracellular Feeders
Root and Pod Feeders
Stored Product Feeders

Part IV: Other Organisms

Parasitic Flowering Plants

Alectra vogelii
Striga, spp
Cuscuta campestris

Beneficial Organisms

Mycorrhizae
Rhizobia
Bacillus subtilus
Leaf Surface Epiphytes
Dicyma pulvinata

Part V: Management of Peanut Diseases

Strategies
Genetic Modification
Disease and/or Insect Resistant Cultivars

Glossary
Index
Publish Date: 1997
Format: 8.5" x 11" softcover
ISBN: 978-0-89054-218-7
Pages: 94
Images: 198 color images; 81 black and white images
Publication Weight: 2 lbs

Edited by N. Kokalis-Burelle, D. M. Porter, R. Rodríguez-Kábana, D. H. Smith, and P. Subrahmanyam

List Price:89.00

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