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  • Control of Disease b.stev
  • MOSTLY to small to be visible with the EYE : it is MICROBES that damage plants
  • 4.Tumors- infection overstimulates growth & the multiplication of cells form an abnormally structured growth BACTERIA disease has 4 characteristic identities : 1.Vascular WILT- infection causes blockage to the plants H 2 O & nutrient/s 2.N ECROSIS – toxin is secreted - growth canker - leaf spots - stem blight 3.Soft ROT – enzyme/s degrade cell wall, common in fleshy vegetables: soft & watery
  • HOW infection OCCURS:
    • ENTERS through a WOUND
    • Weather
    • Nectar glands
    • Humans
    • Machinery
    • Insects
    • Leaf scars
    • Tools
    LAB analysis: can identify the specific PATHOGEN
  • the SPREAD of disease : ALSO – grafting pruning cultivation transportation wind / rain / dust / insects/ mites (Encyclopedia Britannica, 2008)
    • Seed treatment with hot water 50 o C
    • Rotation of crops
    • Exclude prone growth if necessary
    • Use resistant varieties
    • Protective spray/ paint/ drench
    • Bio-fungicide use before implantation
    • remove & destroy WEED/s
    • STERILISE tools (pruning/grafting)
    CONTROL is DIFFICULT (Encyclopedia Britannica, 2008)
    • DON’T overcrowd plants
    • avoid tissue damage
    • KEEP clean grow space
    • screen out insects
    • AVOID foreign soil use
    • refrain working in moist soil
    • DON’T graze crops
    (Growing Edge Magazine, 2006)
  • SOME common diseases of plants
  • (Encyclopedia Britannica, 2008)
  • Bibliography Wikipedia. (2008). Plant pathology – wikipedia, the free encylopedia . Retrieved September 4, 2008, from http//:www. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phytopath ology - 58k Growing Edge Magazine. (2006). Growing Edge Magazine - 8 steps to control diseases of . Retrieved September 4, 2008, from www.growingedge.com/ magazine/back_issues/view_article.php3?AID=180244 - 25k - Encyclopedia Britannica. (2008). Plant disease, infectious disease - causing agents – britannica . Retrieved October 4, 2008, from www.britannica. com/EBchecked/topic/463327/ plant - disease /63336/ Infectious - disease - causing-agents -