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83 Possible Causes for Puccinia, pittieriana

  • Iris Disorder

    Like many rusts, Puccinia iridis affects two host plants in its life-cycle, the alternate hosts in this case being species of nettle ( Urtica spp.).[rhs.org.uk] […] wither Ink-like black blotches may be present on the exterior of bulbs Severely affected bulbs rot to leave an outer ‘shell’ containing a mass of black fungal spores Rust ( Puccinia[rhs.org.uk]

    Missing: pittieriana
  • Senecio Vulgaris

    Using this basicknowledge, the use of the rust fungus Puccinia lagenophorae andthe moth Tyria jacobaeae for control of S. vulgaris following thesystem management approach[link.springer.com] ) and the rust fungus Puccinia lagenophora has been a major focus of our research during the past 15 years.[unifr.ch] […] degree of tolerance expressed in the interaction of Senecio vulgaris with the rust fungus Coleosporium tussilginis, which is native to the UK, and the introduced rust fungus Puccinia[research.lancs.ac.uk]

    Missing: pittieriana
  • Arctium Lappa

    […] bardanae @ BPI (28) Puccinia flosculosorum @ BPI (1) Sclerotiniaceae Botrytis cinerea @ BPI (1) Turritellidae Vermicularia arctii @ BPI (1) go to Discover Life's Facebook[discoverlife.org] Entylia carinata @ AMNH_ENT (6) Mycosphaerellaceae Cercospora arctii-ambrosiae @ BPI (3) Septoria lapparum @ BPI (1) Peronosporaceae Bremia lactucae @ BPI (1) Pucciniaceae Puccinia[discoverlife.org]

    Missing: pittieriana
  • Aquilegia

    […] aquilegiae Septoria aquilegiae Crown Rots Pellicularia rolfsii Sclerotinia sclerotiorum Root Rots Pellicularia filamentosa Phymatotrichum omnivorum Pythium mamillatum Rusts Puccinia[en.wikibooks.org]

    Missing: pittieriana
  • Lobelia

    Botrytis blight, damping-off (Pythium), root rots, rust (Puccinia), smut (Entyloma), crown rot, leaf spots, viruses. Potting & Timing: Plugs can be potted in spring.[waltersgardens.com]

    Missing: pittieriana
  • Chrysanthemum

    Puccinia chrysanthemi Remove and destroy infected leaves. Apply a fungicide.Rust, WhiteSmall, yellow to tan spots are observed on the upper surface of leaves.[extension.psu.edu] Last Modified: Sep 29, 2017 Background Chrysanthemum White Rust, caused by the fungus Puccinia horiana P.[aphis.usda.gov] Puccinia horiana Contact your state plant inspector and comply with regulations requiring the destruction of infected plants and fungicide treatment of remaining chrysanthemums.StuntSymptoms[extension.psu.edu]

    Missing: pittieriana
  • Milium

    Taxonomically wide-ranging species: Puccinia graminis , Puccinia coronata , Puccinia striiformis , Puccinia brachypodii , Puccinia recondita , and ‘ Uromyces ’ dactylidis[delta-intkey.com] Rusts — Puccinia .[delta-intkey.com]

    Missing: pittieriana
  • Eucalyptus

    Eucalyptus rust is closely related to myrtle rust and both belong to the Puccinia psidii species complex. Myrtle rust has been introduced to Australia.[agriculture.gov.au] Eucalyptus rust (also known as guava rust) is part of the Puccinia psidii species complex, and is a potential threat to Australia's eucalypt plantations, commercial native[agriculture.gov.au] The species complex of Puccinia psidii is established in Central America and the Caribbean, the United States including Florida and the Hawaiian Islands, South America, parts[agriculture.gov.au]

    Missing: pittieriana
  • Allium Sativum

    Cause Puccinia allii on garlic, onion and wild Allium species. This fungus has caused major epidemics in California and losses in Arizona and Oregon.[pnwhandbooks.org]

    Missing: pittieriana
  • Senecio Alkaloid

    Puccinia has been applied as biocontrol against Senecio vulgaris (Frantzen et al. 2002 ).[link.springer.com] It is not clear whether decreased PA concentrations do play a role in the positive effect of nutrients on Puccinia infection.[link.springer.com] For this pathogen, nutrient status of the plant is crucial, since phosphorus-limited plants are not infected by Puccinia (West 1995 ).[link.springer.com]

    Missing: pittieriana

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