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  • 1. A Plant to Cure, A Life to Gain:Empowering Agriculture, Economics and Society through Plant Pathology
  • 2. LSPU-SPCCPHILIPPINES 01.18.2012
  • 3.  Provide adequate information about plant diseases and their general control measures Discuss to LSPU students the concept of Plant Pathology At the end of the seminar, the participants should be able to: Understand the different diseases that occur in plants Apply the general principles of control measures to treat plant diseases
  • 4. Plant pathology (also known asphytopathology) is the scientific study ofplant diseases cause by pathogen andenvironmental conditions.
  • 5. Miles Joseph Berkeley(1 April 1803 – 30 July 1889) was an English cryptogamist and clergyman, and one of the founders of the science of plant pathology.
  • 6. For the past 50 years, the ability tocombat plant diseases through the useof modern farm management methods,fertilization of crops, and pest controlhave made it possible.
  • 7.  Colour Change. Hypoplasia. Blight Burnt Appearance. Leaf Spots. Wilts.
  • 8. Blight Burnt Appearance
  • 9. Fungal Leaf Spots Bacterial Leaf Spots
  • 10. Verticillium Wilt ofcucumber caused byVerticillium dahliae.
  • 11.  Quarantine regulations. Field sanitation.
  • 12. “SYMPTOMS CAUSATIVE ORGANISMS ANDCONTROL OF THE FOLLOWING DISEASES” Disease Symptoms Prevention and Name Treatment The disease is  Destruction of Blast of first seen as diseased cropPaddy (Rice) elliptical gray- residue. Rice blast white lesions. First appears as Crop rotation. Red Rot of red bright Sugarcane lesions with ash grey.
  • 13. -Other Names- Panicle blast, Rotten neck-Causative Agent/ Organism- Pyricularia grisea -Synonyms- Magnaporthe grisea -Crops Affected- Rice and some other grasses
  • 14. -Crops Affected- Sugarcane -Description of the Agent- Red rot of sugarcane is caused bya fungus: Colletotrichum falcatum,has its perfect stage as Physalossora tucumanensis Speg.
  • 15. Infected grain Use of Grain has greenish diseased-free Smut of smut balls with seeds.Sorghum a velvety appearance. The disease  Early Citrus can appear spraying with Canker anywhere on copper the exposed compounds. surface of the plant.
  • 16. Causative Agent/ Organism fungus Crops Affected Corn, rice, sorghum, wheat,sugarcane, and other grasses
  • 17. Other NamesAsiatic citrus canker or cancrosis A, Causative Agent/ Organism Xanthomonas axonopodispv.citri Synonyms Bacillus campestris Crops Affected Citrus crops:grapefruit; lemon; lime; trifoliate orange.
  • 18. Joemark SupanganJeanny Rose Matanguihan Agnes Hernandez Ma. Kristine De Mesa Odessa Morada References Encyclopedia of Knowledge Textbook: Plant Pathology www.google.com www.yahoo.com

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