Contents tagged with powdery mildew

7 October 2021

Symptoms of the key foliar and corm diseases of cyclamen, and gain an appreciation of pathogen biology.

30 June 2021

A combination of cultural and fungicide control measures will provide the best strategy for managing powdery mildews on poinsettia crops.

30 June 2021

Learn more about the pathogens responsible for the various powdery mildews of poinsettia, disease symptoms and optimal conditions for infection to occur.

30 June 2021

Follow the advice in these pages to achieve effective control of powdery mildew diseases on poinsettia crops.

1 June 2022

This information sheet provides a consensus of the key aspects of commercial delphinium production and summarises results from trials at the Cut Flower Centre.

23 May 2022

This factsheet provides guidance on disease recognition and the basic biology of each pathogen to assist in the selection of the most appropriate cultural and chemical control strategies.

17 February 2022

This factsheet provides information on disease symptoms, spread, fungicide efficacy and crop safety, and example spray programmes are provided for outdoor and protected crops.

17 February 2022

This factsheet provides guidance on how to minimise quality reductions in hardy nursery stock and herbaceous plants due to powdery mildew by avoiding environmental conditions favourable for disease development and by applying appropriate fungicide treatments.

17 February 2022

This factsheet provides guidance on how to minimise losses by the various key foliar diseases of roses (including lack spot, downy mildew, powdery mildew and rust) by good nursery hygiene, avoidance of environmental conditions favourable for disease development and by appropriate fungicide treatment.

17 January 2020

Reducing sprays for strawberry powdery mildew, encouraging pollinators and sustainable control for pear sucker

24 March 2022

This web page hosts the latest guidance from the Fungicide Resistance Action Group (FRAG). The 'Download' button provides background. Scroll down for guidance.

23 May 2022

This factsheet describes the symptoms and life cycle of strawberry powdery mildew and how it becomes established and spreads through crops grown under protection. It also provides guidance on management strategies to minimise the risk of damaging epidemics developing. 

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