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cucurbit

(ku-ker'bit) [L. cucurbita, gourd]
Cupping glass.
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2015) reported that the cucurbit feeders Zeugodacus cucurbitae (Coquillett) and Dacus punctatifrons Karsch were serious pests of tomatoes in Cameroon.
Cucurbitacins and other biochemicals in relation to cucurbits susceptibility to red pumpkin beetle.
Identification and molecular characterization of viruses infecting cucurbits in Pakistan.
Auditable on-farm biosecurity plans for each commercial cucurbit property will be required from the commencement of the 2016 growing season.
The virus can cause economically important losses in thequality and quantityin several horticultural crops mostly cucurbits.
Effect of population levels of Meloidogyne javanica on plant growth and nematode multiplication on cucurbits.
So, no need to reach for chemicals or buy beneficial insects to control bean-eating bugs, just companion plant your beans with cucurbits.
Another weakness of the program is that it lumps some plants under the category of cucurbits, flowering potted plants, ornamental foliage plants, ornamental palms, stone fruit, tropical fruits, or turfgrass and the label does not specify the particular species being shown in the digital image.
For instance, in cucurbits only a few studies are addressing this situation, despite that recent surveys are showing the frequent occurrence of mixed infections.
Cucurbits, solanaceae and legumes are all susceptible to this mold so testing the water source for the oospores that cause Phytophthora is highly recommended as well as not over-irrigating and controlling field drainage so as to not infect a neighboring field.
Known collectively as cucurbits, members of the squash family continue to fascinate gardeners the world over.