compendium of onion and garlic diseases and pests pdf

Compendium of onion and garlic diseases and pests pdf

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Compendium of onion and garlic diseases and pests.

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Compendium of onion and garlic diseases and pests.

Click here to download a PDF version of this spotlight. The bulb of an onion, the harvested product, develops as a result of the leaves of the onion plant producing sugars through photosynthesis, and these sugars then being translocated into the developing bulb. Anything, including disease, that impairs this process will impact the yield and quality of onion production. Fungal foliar diseases can cause necrosis of the leaves, and may cause onion tops to die prematurely. Loss of green tissue also reduces the uptake of sprout inhibitor treatments, resulting in reduced storage life of the bulbs. Also, if onion tops die while erect, moisture can get into the neck, leading to bacterial problems in storage.

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Onion Farming in Kenya Onions and especially onions grown from sets, are usually trouble cosmeticstandart. Marked progress has been made in the control of diseases of such crops as asparagus, cab- bage, beans, tomatoes, potatoes, peas, lettuce, celery, and spinach through the breeding and selection of disease-resistant strains and varieties. In many cases these resistant strains are exceptionally. Cultural control: Remove and destroy infected plant material.

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