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Pear Rust

Pear trees are planted in the landscape for their ornamental spring blooms or edible fruits. They are tolerant of most soils and adapt readily to many regions. However, pear trees are susceptible to a disease called pear rust that causes spots on leaves and destruction of the fruit.

FungicidesInsects, Pests, and DiseasesPesticides
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Cucumber Production

Information about the different cucumber varieties, production requirements, diseases and harvesting tips useful for producers.

CropsInsects, Pests, and DiseasesSquash, Melons, Pumpkins, CucumbersVegetables
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Mites in Small Grains

A description of commonly found plant-feeding grain mites, their characteristics and proper management tips.

Commercial Agriculture Insects, Pests, & DiseasesCropsGrains & OilseedsInsects, Pests, and DiseasesWheat
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Melon Production

Information about the different melon varieties, production requirements, diseases and harvesting tips useful for producers.

CropsInsects, Pests, and DiseasesSquash, Melons, Pumpkins, CucumbersVegetables
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Non-Chemical Methods for Controlling Diseases in the Home Landscape and Garden

The various ways to control diseases in home landscape for both small and large areas of soil for successful plant growth and landscape development.

CropsInsects, Pests, and DiseasesLawn & Garden Insects, Pests, & DiseasesOrganic & Sustainable
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Pine Wilt Disease

Treatment, prevention and management practices for pine wilt disease.

Commercial Agriculture Insects, Pests, & DiseasesInsects, Pests, and Diseases
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Fungi Used for Pest Management in Crop Production

Entomopathogenic fungi are organisms that infect and parasitize arthropod pests.

FungicidesInsects, Pests, and DiseasesPesticides
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Leaf Curl of Peaches and Nectarines

A guide on identifying lead curl, what the symptoms are, what the disease cycle looks like and how to control it.

Commercial Agriculture Insects, Pests, & DiseasesCropsFruits & Tree NutsInsects, Pests, and DiseasesPeaches & Nectarines
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