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  1. A plant pathologist or a student taking plant pathology is often asked by friends or associates the following questions. What is wrong with my plant; followed by, what can I do to get rid of the problem? It may be too late to help the specific plant when the question is asked, but proper...
  2. Abstract, ResearchGate, 2017 Plant diseases cause substantial losses in yield of plants, leading to huge economic losses. Accurate identification and diagnosis of plant diseases are very important in the era of climate change and globalization for food security as well as prevention of the spread...
  3. Beginning master gardeners can be intimidated by the daunting task of correctly diagnosing the cause of a client's plant health problem. However, with experience and the development of a systematic approach to diagnosis, master gardeners will become confident and successful plant problem...
  4. In the preceding section on identifying plant health problems (http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/MG441), we explained how to first identify problems related to environmental factors or caused by insects. In this section, we will concentrate on diagnosing plant diseases caused by pathogenic microorganisms,...
  5. Abstract,University of Tehran, 2017 Nowadays, hundreds of plant clinics are available for smallholder farmers especially in developing and less-developed countries in order to improve the yield and quality of agricultural products. Several investigations have been carried out to study the role of...
  6. Learning the Principles of Plant Pathology is intended for students eager to learn the basic priciples of phytopathology. The text is divided into 16 units. Each unit is complete in itself but is closely related to adjacent units so that a unit may blend with the one before it and with the...
  7. 1996-01-01 The BACTID system, as it is now known, developed as an attempt to make bacteriological identification more accessible to plant pathologists in diagnostic laboratories which are not equipped for, or used to, routine bacteriology work. 32 pages, illustrated