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Compendium of Brassica Diseases

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978 0 89054 344 3
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The purpose of the Compendium of Brassica Diseases is to provide a thorough, authoritative and practical reference guide for people engaged in diagnosing and managing disease problems in brassica crops destined for vegetable markets, seeds, oil, and condiments the world over.  The compendium is created for extension plant pathologists working in agriculture and horticulture, and for other advisors in governmental departments, including individuals in regulatory agencies, as well as those in the private sector dealing with seed and fungicide retail and with disease scouting.  The book is also useful for brassica crop growers, plant pathology teachers and students, research scientists, and plant breeders in countries where brassicas are grown.


I. Introduction: Taxonomy & genetic relationships of brassica species, Production management,

II. Infectious diseases: Diseases caused by fungi & oomycetes, by bacteria, by mollicutes, by viruses, by nematodes,

III. Noninfectious diseases: Air pollution, Disorders related to environmental effects, Genetic abnormalities, Herbicide injury, Nutritional deficiencies, Postharvest disorders of vegetable brassicas,


S Roger Rimmer, Vernon I Shattuck and Lone Buchwaldt, 2007, 117 p, 191 color photos & 26 b/w illustrations, soft. $99.00 

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