2 edition of diseases of the sweet pea found in the catalog.
diseases of the sweet pea
Jacob Joseph Taubenhaus
|Statement||J. J. Taubenhaus.|
|Series||Bulletin / Delaware College. Agricultural Experiment Station -- no. 106, Bulletin (Delaware College. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- no. 106.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||93p., 1 folded leaf :|
|Number of Pages||93|
Sweet Pea. Lathyrus odoratus. Anthracnose (fungus Seed for planting should be selected from disease-free pods. An occasional application of fungicide during the growing season helps minimize disease. Powdery Mildew (fungus – Microsphera alni): Whitish, powdery growth on upper side of leaf surfaces. Leaves shrivel and drop off. Pea Plant Diseases Asocochyta blight. Asocochyta blight is composed of a trio of fungi, Ascochyta pisi, Phoma medicaginis var. pinodella ( Bacterial blight. Similar to the Asocochyta blight, bacterial blight is another disease in pea plants that survives Root rot and Damping off. Caused by a.
Sweet Pea Reminders. Pick the flowers regularly, any you do not pick must be deadhead regularly. This encourages new flowers, leaving them on says to the plant ‘the job of producing seed has been done’ and the Sweet Pea shuts down flower production. Water your Sweet Peas with a regular and good soaking. Growing Sweet Peas – the basics (Applies to all types of Sweet Peas not just Spencers) By Alec Cave. Seed selection. If planning a select colour scheme named varieties in fixed colours can be obtained from most of the seed firms advertised in the Sweet Pea Annual – also mixed packets of seeds are available.
Fungus is specific to sweet pea and survives in sweet pea refuse. Favored by wet conditions. Rotate with other crops for 2 years. A fungicide may be necessary in some severe cases. Avoid overhead irrigation. Seed decay (Pythium spp. and other fungi) Seeds rot in soil. Seedlings do not emerge. Favored by wet soil and poor aeration. Provide. Viral diseases; Cucumber mosaic virus genus Cucumovirus, Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV): Pea early browning virus genus Tobravirus, Pea early browning virus (PEBV): Pea enation mosaic obligate symbiosis of an enamovirus and an umbravirus, Pea enation mosaic virus (PEMV): Pea leaf roll genus Luteovirus, Bean leaf roll virus (BLRV): Pea mosaic.
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Wolf. Title. The culture and diseases of the sweet pea, By. Taubenhaus, Jacob Joseph, Type. Book Material. Published material. The culture and diseases of the sweet pea by Taubenhaus, Jacob Joseph, [from old catalog] Publication date Topics Sweet peas, Sweet peas Publisher New York, E.
Dutton & company This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library. See also WorldCat (this item) plus-circle Add Review. : Disease is spread both in and on seed and can survive like this for 3 years; if infected seed is used, the whole pea crop can be lost if conditions are favorable to the bacterium Management Plant resistant varieties; plant only disease-free seed; disinfect all tools.
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Many viruses affect Lathyrus spp. (sweet peas) causing streaked flowers, mottled leaves, stunted growth and dead patches on leaves. Back. PESTS AND DISEASES. Many factors can affect growth of the pea crop, and the notes below describe the main pests and diseases which reduce yield and quality.
Further information can be found in PGRO Technical Update TU15 ‘Checklist of Fungicides and Insecticides for Combining Peas’. I think I have a physiological disorder known as 'bud drop'. Apparently the bane of sweet pea growers, it is not a virus, and has many causes, most commonly dramatic shifts in day and night temperatures in the beginning of the season, or any number of cultural causes such as differences in water, water temperature such as a cold hose spraying ice cold water on hot plants, gas fumes from.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Taubenhaus, J.J. (Jacob Joseph), Diseases of the sweet pea. Newark, Del.: Delaware College Agricultural Experiment.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(18). Insect invasions and plant diseases don’t cause sweet pea bud drop. It’s simply the result of the weather and environment. You can expect to see sweet peas dropping buds when night temperatures below 30 degrees Fahrenheit (-1 C.) follow a warm day.
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Ma and students of plant pathology is presented by J.J. Taubenhaus in an illustrated volume entitled "The Culture and Diseases of the Sweet Pea." The author, who is.See List of AGM sweet peas.
Pests and diseases. The sweet pea plant does suffer from some pests, the most common being aphids. These insects suck the sap out of the plants, reducing growth. Mosaic virus is spread by greenfly, causing yellowing of leaves, distortion of new shoots, and inhibited : Fabaceae.