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Verticillium

(ver'ti-sil'ē-ŭm),
A genus of hyphomycetous fungi often found in clinical specimens as contaminants. They are occasionally found in the meatus in cases of otitis externa, but are of doubtful pathogenicity.
[L. verticillus, the whirl of a spindle]
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The objective was the identification of new biological control agents against Verticillium wilt of eggplant in China.
Based on this consideration, the present study was conducted to more understand the distribution and aggressiveness of Verticillium wilt of mango in Egypt and to find some alternative control methods to substitute or reduce the use of synthetic fungicides.
Effect of Ditylenchus dipsaci and Pratylenchus penetrans on Verticillium wilt of Alfalfa.
Impact of animal manures on Verticillium wilt, potato scab and soil microbial populations.
Resistant, Verticillium wilt (race 1), Fusarium wilt (race 1, 2 and 3), root-knot nematode, gray leaf spot and Tomato spotted wilt.
It includes SDS and Corynespora root rot of soybeans, citrus variegated chlorosis (CVC), Fusarium wilt of cotton, Verticillium wilt of potato, take-all root, crown, and stem blight of cereals, Fusarium root and crown rot, Fusarium head blight, Pythium root rot, Goss' wilt of corn, and many more.
The company boasts Cupid is the only variety to have natural disease resistance to verticillium wilt, mildew, blackspot and crown rot.
[21.] Bejarano-Alcazar J, Blanco-Lopez MA, Melero-Vara JM and RM Jimenez-Diaz Etiology, importance, and distribution Verticillium wilt of cotton in Southern Spain.
There is a verticillium wilt, and a bacterial disease known as olive knot that could be suspects, as well as a few others.
Wilted plants associated with Verticillium wilt (caused by Verticillium dahliae Kleb.) of both lines exceeded SG 105 in a 2002 field test, but were equal to DP 444BR/RR in 2004.
The diseases most effectively controlled by crop rotation are root pathogens such as fusarium and verticillium wilt. However, long rotations of at least 3 or 4 years are required to reduce the incidence of disease inoculum such as the thick-walled resting spores of fusarium or the microsclerotia of verticillium.
Solar Fire is resistant to races 1, 2, and 3 of Fusarium wilt as well as Verticillium wilt race 1 and gray leafspot.