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    • 1998 Georgia plant disease loss estimates 

      Williams-Woodward, Jean (University of Georgia, 2009-04-29)
      It is estimated that 1998 plant disease losses, including control costs, amounted to approximately $605 million. The value of the crops used in this estimate was $3.63 billion, this giving a 16.6 percent total disease loss ...
    • 1999 Georgia plant disease loss estimates 

      Williams-Woodward, Jean (University of Georgia, 2009-04-30)
      It is estimated that 1999 plant disease losses, including control costs, amounted to approximately $580.25 million. The value of the crops used in this estimate was $4.124 billion, resulting in a 14.07 percent total disease ...
    • 2000 Georgia plant disease loss estimates 

      Williams-Woodward, Jean (University of Georgia, 2009-05-01)
      It is estimated that 2000 plant disease losses, including control costs, amounted to approximately $572.34 million. The value of the crops used in this estimate was more than $4.376 billion, resulting in a 13.07 percent ...
    • 2001 Georgia plant disease loss estimates 

      Williams-Woodward, Jean (University of Georgia, 2009-05-01)
      It is estimated that 2001 plant disease losses, including control costs, amounted to approximately $587.107 million. The value of the crops used in this estimate was more than $4.799 billion, resulting in a 12.23 percent ...
    • 2002 Georgia plant disease loss estimates 

      Williams-Woodward, Jean (University of Georgia, 2009-05-04)
      It is estimated that 2002 plant disease losses, including control costs, amounted to approximately $576.65 million. The value of the crops used in this estimate was approximately $4.376 billion, resulting in a 13.18 percent ...
    • 2003 Georgia plant disease loss estimates 

      Williams-Woodward, Jean (University of Georgia, 2009-05-05)
      It is estimated that 2003 plant disease losses, including control costs, amounted to approximately $682.67 million. The value of the crops used in this estimate was approximately $5.399 billion, resulting in a 12.64 percent ...
    • 2004 Georgia plant disease loss estimates 

      Pearce, Mila (University of Georgia, 2005-06)
    • 2005 Georgia plant disease loss estimates 

      Martínez-Espinoza, Alfredo D. (University of Georgia, 2009-09-14)
      It is estimated that 2005 plant disease losses, including control costs, amounted to approximately $537.44 million. The value of the crops used in this estimate was approximately $4377.6 million, resulting in a 12.28 percent ...
    • 2006 Georgia plant disease loss estimates 

      Martínez-Espinoza, Alfredo D. (University of Georgia, 2010-09-10)
      It is estimated that 2006 plant disease losses, including control costs, amounted to approximately $647.2 million. The value of the crops used in this estimate was approximately $4673.73 million, resulting in a 12.08 percent ...
    • 2007 Georgia plant disease loss estimates 

      Martínez-Espinoza, Alfredo D. (University of Georgia, 2008-08-07)
      It is estimated that 2007 plant disease losses, including control costs, amounted to approximately $539.74 million. The value of the crops used in this estimate was approximately $4815.02 million, resulting in an 11.03 ...
    • 2008 Georgia plant disease loss estimates 

      Langston, David B. (University of Georgia, 2009-12-04)
      It is estimated that losses due to plant diseases in Georgia in 2008 amounted to $612.06 million. These losses include actual losses in yield and quality as well as costs of disease control measures. The value of these ...
    • Abiotic injuries and disorders of turfgrasses in Georgia 

      Martínez-Espinoza, Alfredo D.; Burpee, Leon Lee; Waltz, Clint (University of Georgia, 2009-05-05)
      Turfgrass stands can be injured and damaged by biotic (living) and abiotic (non-living) agents. Most abiotic diseases cause generalized symptoms such as wilting, yellowing, thinning and the development of smaller than ...
    • Annual plant disease clinic summary 2007 

      Thornton, Holly A. (University of Georgia, 2008-09-09)
      This report includes both physical samples submitted to the Plant Disease Clinics and results from analyses of digital samples submitted through the DDDI system in 2007.
    • Bacterial leaf scorch of blueberry 

      Brannen, Phillip M.; Krewer, Gerard W.; Boland, Robert T., Jr.; Horton, Dan L.; Chang, Chung-Jan (University of Georgia, 2008-02-13)
      A new disease has been identified in the Georgia blueberry production region. This disease has been named “bacterial leaf scorch."
    • Cane blight of blackberry 

      Brannen, Phillip M.; Krewer, Gerard W. (University of Georgia, 2009-05-05)
      Cane blight can be a major disease of blackberry in the Southeast, resulting in severe losses. The wet, humid conditions observed in Georgia and other southeastern states allow for significant losses following pruning or ...
    • Common landscape diseases in Georgia 

      Martínez-Espinoza, Alfredo D.; Williams-Woodward, Jean (University of Georgia, 2009-10-08)
      This publication describes some of the most troublesome diseases of Georgia's landscape plants. The following material will help you identify these diseases and offers recommendations for treatment. Knowledge about the ...
    • Common tomato diseases in Georgia 

      Pearce, Mila (University of Georgia, 2009-05-05)
      This publication contains information about common tomato diseases in Georgia. It includes photographs and descriptions of diseases such as buckeye rot and fusarium wilt.
    • Daños abioticos y anomalias de cespedes en Georgia 

      Martínez-Espinoza, Alfredo D.; Burpee, Leon Lee; Waltz, Clint (University of Georgia, 2009-05-05)
      Los céspedes pueden ser atacados por agentes bióticos (vivientes) y abióticos (no-vivientes). Los agentes bióticos incluyen patógenos (hongos, bacterias, virus, citoplasma etc) y plagas como nematodos, insectos, ácaros, ...
    • Designing research and demonstration tests for farmers' fields 

      Davis, Richard F.; Harris, Glendon H.; Roberts, Phillip Marion; MacDonald, Greg E. (University of Georgia, 2009-04-28)
      As farmers and farm advisers, you make many management choices during a growing season. For example, you may have to decide which cultivar to plant, which herbicide to use, how frequently to apply a fungicide, and what ...
    • Diagnostic guide to common home orchard diseases 

      Thornton, Holly A.; Brannen, Phillip M. (University of Georgia, 2009-10-09)
      This bulletin is intended to be used as a pictorial diagnostic guide to identify the most common diseases seen on fruits grown in home landscapes, gardens, and/or orchards in Georgia. Use this guide as a supplemental ...