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Displaying 6 to 10 of 27 Publications.

  • EP150
    EP150
    Bacterial Ring Rot of Potato

    Bacterial ring rot of potato, caused by the bacterium Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. sepedonicus, is a serious issue for seed potato production.

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  • EP148
    EP148
    Common Scab of Potato

    Common scab of potato is caused by a common soil-inhabiting bacterium, Streptomyces scabies. The disease does not cause yield losses, damage the flesh, or affect consumption of potatoes.

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  • L723
    L723
    Wilt, Nematode, and Virus Diseases of Tomato

    Two major diseases of tomatoes are Fusarium and Verticillium wilt. Walnut trees produce juglone, causing walnut wilt in tomatoes. Nematodes cause root knot. 6 p.

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  • L868
    L868
    Grasshoppers in the Lawn and Garden: Home and Horticultural Pests

    Important species include redlegged differential and two-striped grasshoppers. The differential and two-striped grasshoppers are most frequently encountered by home gardeners. 4-page, color.

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  • S144
    S144
    Farming a Few Acres of Herbs: An Herb Growers Handbook

    Kansas agricultural producers are exploring production and marketing of medicinal herbs. Many medicinal herbs are native species. Online notebook has web links to herb fact sheets.

    $17.74
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