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  1. 1. bïíïi "ITER CROPS _ PLANT Fooo . ' on of the International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI) 201 5 Number 3 ln This Issue. .. Rolo of ÍIo-granulaioil Sli -I= - ¡‘In- . - Nwatchï“ On-Farm Research lmproves " '" m m‘ Decision and Policy Making for Nitrogen Use Swilrhgrass Iivmantl ¡or Nulrivnls Also. Going iilulianl wilh n| r¡rnl Iixpvrl" . ..and much more u ï IPNI . Í[Illi. Ill‘l
  2. 2. BEÏTER CROPS wna PLANÏ Foot) . .i I | ¡”W Jill '. Our rover: Closcsup of rom. ¡Slot-lr O Imagine Editor: Cat in D. Sulewski Assistant Editor: Sharon lollay Cin-ulation Matiager: Wendy Hollilield Iksipt: Rol) IxMaster [Back page illustration: Greg Crarens l INTERNATIONAL PLANT NUTRITION INSTITUTE (IPNI) i Mustafa Ten-ab. Chaimtan IOCI’ Croupi Oleg Petmv. Vive Chairrnan (Uralltali) i Tony Will. Finance Committee Chair (CF Industries) I l M. 2 HIÏAIÑUARTERS-Peavhtrre (Zona-rs. Georgia. LIS. T. I.. Roberts. President ‘ SJ. Coach. Vice President. Administration ILL Mikkelsen. Virt- President. (Iotntnuttit-atiotis B. (Jn-en. IT Manager Il. Rose. Statistirs/ Aerottnting C. Smith. Mlministrative Assistant A. Williams. Communications Specialist Nitrngen Program CS. Snyder. Conway. Arkansas. U5. Imosplwnts Program T. W. Bruulsema. Cuelph. (lnlario. Cantoria ASIA [AFRICA AND Mll). EAST (iROLÏP-Saskatmm. Satlratt-Itewanïiïattada‘ 1 A-¿M. luhntstoti-VjcePxrs-itlent LM. lloell. Corpomte Secretary and Administrative Assistant China Program l’. He. Beijing s. I. i. mija. F. Chen. Wuitan. Hulx-i i S. Tu. Chengdu. Sichuan South Asia Program K. Majumdar. Cur on. Haryana. India T. Satyanaravana. S under-abad. Telangana. ltttIItI S. Dutta. Kolkata. West Hengal. India Southeast Asia Program T. Olx-rthtlr. Pr-nang. Malaysia C. K. Cltua. Penang. Malaysia ' North Africa l’ M, El Charoaa. Settat. Morton-n Il. Boulal. Settat. Moron-o SaleSaltaran Africa Program S. lingerie. Nairobi. Kenya Middle East Program M. Ruaati. lrbid. Jordan AMERICAS AND (XLEANIA GROUP—Rrnttltingrl, South Dakota. LS. PE. Fin-n. Senior Vier President, and Dirertor of Researrh i l’. Palta. Administrative Assistant North American Program T. I.. Jensen. Sasltatmn. Sasltatrhewan. Canada ILL. Miltlrelsett. Merced. Califomia. US. IS. Mum-ll. wm lafayette. Indiana. lI. . . 5.3. Phillips. Owen: Cross Roads. Alabama. ILS. WM. Stewart. San Antonio, Texaa, (7.5. Brazil Program I. .I. Pmt-Itnow. Piraeiealta. San Paulo V. (la-audit. Piraeiealia. Sa. Paulo E. Franeir-m. Rondnnómlis. Malu Grosso Northrm latin America Program R. Jaramillo. Quito. Ecuador Mexico and Central Anteriva Program A5. Tasislro. PFAPIIIN‘? Comers. Georgia, LES. Latin Amerit-a-Srouthem Corre Program EO. Carr-ia. But-tios Aires. Argentina y Australia and Now Zealand Program R. Norton. Ilorsham. Victoria. Australia i E. EUROPE/ C. ASlA—Moamm. Russia S. Ivanova. Vier President V. Nosor. Krasnotlar. Russia HEWÏR CROPS WITH PLANT F000 (ISSNÁXXÏHXBW is published erly by the International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI). Peritx ¡(‘ala ¡xrstage id at Peaehtree Corta-rs. CA. and at ad- , dilional mailing offices (US ' 012-713). Suhscriptioru free on reqttesti lo qualilietl individuals: others 88.00 per year or 82.00 per issue. Addreu chanltï ma} be e-rrtailed to: whollifield@ipni. nel _¡ POSIWL-LSTER: Send address changes to Heuer Cmps with Plant FmrLi IW! ) Parltway- lane. Suite 5.30. Peachtree Comers. CA 30092-28“. ‘ i Phone (T70) 447-0635; fax (770) 4484l439. Withsite: hwwjpnimet. Copyright 20H hy International Plant Nutrition Institute. Brun Krups a-ilh Plant Food is registered in Canalla Post. Publications mail , ment No. 40035026 Relum undeliverab e Cartadian atldteoses to: ‘ PO Ho! 2600 Mtsstsaattga ON IAT 0A‘) Canada i IPNI thanks the (Iorernment of Saslmtrhewnn for their support ol this l pultlívuticm through its resourrLtax funding; w IPNI Annual Program Report iii Now Available 3 Nitrogen Management in Illinois Intensifies as 4 State implementa Nutrient Loss Reduction Strategy Jean Payne and Emerson Nafziger IPNI Board of Directora Eleets New Offieers 6 Co-grauulatetl Elemental Sailor/ Sulfato- Fertilizers 7 and Their Role in Crop Nutrition Mike]. McLaughlitt. Fien llegarse. Rodrigo C. (la Silva. and Roslyn Rainl Sulfur Nutrition of Oil Palm in Indonesia- ll The Negleeled Maeronutrient Joska Cerendás. Cltristoplter Dont iuglt. Thomas (lltertltiir. Raltntatlsyalt. Gatot Altdttrrttltint. Ktxiseni Itulrasttara. Álttttfltl Luliis. Tenri Dolong. and Miles Fisher Ginger Yield and Quality Influence-d hy Potausiunt Fertilization l»! Lujiu Li. Fang (Ihen. liajia Wattg. Dianli Yan. and Pingpittg Wii Coffee-Forme lntereroppirtg is a l6 Sustainable Production System for- Brazil , José Iaért-io Favaritt. Tiago Tezotto. Adriene Woods Pedrosa. and Ana Paula Neto Precision Nutrient Management in No-till Wheat: 18 A Case Study for Haryana Tek B. Sapkota. Kattshik Majumtlar and M. L. Jat Nutrient Expert‘ - Going Global with 20 improved Fertilizer “recommendations Adrian M. Johnston Switchgraas Responda Well to Nitrogen in the Arkansas 21 Delta Region, But Not to Phosphorus or Potassium V. Steven (ireert. Charles l’. West and Alexandre Rocateli Front Science to Farming and to Food Security 24 Luís l. Prot-ltttow Note to Readers: Articles which appear in this issue of Better Crops with Plant Food con be found ot: >www. ipni. net/ bettercrops< ÍPNÍ Members: ,-¡rrittm Inc. l Amir Potaeh (Iompatiy- 0 Belamsiait Potaslt COIIIINJII) ' BIII’ Ililliton 0 (IF Itnlustriea Holdings. Inr. 0 (Ionipants Mim-rola Plant Nutrition 0 lntemational Raw Materials ITI) 0 R45 I. l. l (Lntltll 0 IIXI Fertilizer Industry Group i UCI’ SA. 0 PhmAgrtt 0 PntashCtirtt 0 (‘IAIÏÏÜ 0 Shell Sttlphttrstilutitins 0 Simplot 0 Sinolert Iloldirtgs Lintiletl 0 SQM ' The lilosait-(Znntpany 0 Toros Tarim 0 LralrheitLlSC 0 lralkali Ámlilll‘ Members: Aral) FertiIizr-r Assovizttiort (AiÏA) 0 ¡’L-Asociaqñti Nat-itinal para Dilusítn; (le . -vluIxrs(Il. -t 0 Canadian Fenilizer Institute (CF! ) 0 Feniliser Arosoeiatiott ol lndiatlïAll ' Intentaliortal Fertilízer Irtdttstry‘ Asun-italian {IFAI ' Intentatiuital Potash Institute tIPIl ' The Fertilízer Institute (TH)
  3. 3. - CANJE N’ 3.2L. .. n____ 0nd, , " ‘f ’ " ‘ , ‘ ‘ " ’¡’ , ' ’ ISSN 01039016 á‘ , | S I 1 y __. . -_ -. ___—- -— ‘FT’ g _. _ -w‘v- , — ¿t <- l l T71‘ I I _ -. . e- J —= = v¡. ¡_ "z No. :- IÜkVp-ltlll: 4035-’ f - z. 42,4‘, l‘ l ¡. ‘Ó i x , « . ,, » a ¡‘i y ¡ i . ., _x ¿ , - _’ A w"- " yx, , '. Í l. r í í
  4. 4. 195-202 203-2 09 210-214 215-220 22]-228 229-236 237-244 Scientia Agricola v.7Z, n.3, p.195-283, 2015 CONTENTS AGRICULTURAL MICROBIODOGY Reclamation status of a degraded pasture based on soil health indicators Cristiane Alcantara dos Santos, Cristina Celia Krawulski, Daniel Bini, Tadeu Goulart Filha, Adriana Knob, Cristiane Conti Medina, Galdino Andrade Filho, Marco Antonio Nogueira ANIMAL SCIENCE AND PASTURES Genetic association between longevity and linear type traits of Holstein cows Elisandra Lurdes Kem, jaime Araujo Cobuci, Claudio Napoli: Casta, Concepto Margaret MtManus, josé Braccini Neto Multiphase feeding program for broilers can replace traditional system Luciano Hauschild, Camila Ferreira Delfim Bueno, Aline Remus, jaqueline de Paula Gabi, Renan Di Giovanni Isola, Nilva Kazue Sakomura BIOMETRY, MODELING AND STATISTICS lnflection and stability points of diphasic logistic analysis of growth Martha Maria Mischan, josé Raimundo de Souza Passos, Sheila Zambello de Pinho, Lidia Raquel de Carvalho CROP SCIENCE Aminoethoxyvinylglycine: isolated and combined with other growth regulators on quality of ‘Brookfreid’ apples after storage Auri Brackmann, Fabio Rodrigo Tïtewes, Rogerio de Oliveira Anese, Vanderlei Both, Wanderlei Link: junior, Erani Eliseu Schullz CSM-CERES-Rice model to determine manage- ment strategies for lowland rice production Saythong Vilayvong, Poramate Bantemg, Aran Patanothai, Krirk Pannangpetch FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Crop loading studies on ’Caricia' and ‘Eva’ apple: grown in a mild winter arca Damián César Castro, Norma Álvarez, Paola Gabriel, Norma Micheloud, Marcela Buyatti, Norberto Ganglio 245-251 252-259 FORESTRY SCIENCE Mixed effect models for predicting breast height diameter from stump diameter oi Oriental beach in Góldag lllter Ercanli, Alkon Gunlu, Ernin Zeki Baskent PLANT ¡’ATHOIDGY Novel set of real-time PCR primers for simultaneous detection of Liberibacter species associated with Citrus Huanglongbing Ingrid Georgina Orce, [arena Noelia Sendrn, Marta Rosa Murano, Adrian Alberto Vojnmr, Atilio Pedro Caslagnaro, Maria Paula Fílippone PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY 260-269 jalropha curvas and Ricinus oommunis display 270-277 278-281 283 contrasting photosynthetic mechanisms in response to environmental conditions Milton Costa Lima Neto, Marcia de Oliveira Martins, Sergio Luiz Ferreira-Silva, Joaquim Albemlsio Gomes Silveira SOILS AND PLANT NUTRITION Controlled traffic and soil physical quality ol an Oxisol under sugarcane cultivation Gustavo Soares de Souza, Zigomar Menezes de Souza, Miguel Cooper, Cossío Anlónio Tbnnena NUTE Survey of viruses belonging to different genera and species in noble gariic in Brazil Tatiana Mituli, Mónika Fecury Moura, julio Massaharu Marubayashi, Milena Leire Oliveira, Vitor Massami lrnaizumi, Renate Krause Sakate, Marcelo Agenor Pirvan Author Index instructions to Authors Cover image - The image shows the importance ol growth regulators application on fruit red skin color formation, fruit size uniformity and its effect on fruit fixation on tree branches. This image also shows the importance of growth regulators application on general external fruit quality. Credit: Rogerio Oliveira Anese and Fabio Rodrigo Thewes.
  5. 5. q» - . es! 4.-- ‘jmw- ‘a-‘y 3-; '73 . -----. .-‘. i- «igi «l- / ... ‘. .1 z x ncrican Society for Horticultura] Science Volume 50, Number 7 July 2015 LPE CONTROL A natural lipid can prolong the shelf life of bananas
  6. 6. I Hortscience “¡num REU27 1 993 Volume 50, Number 7 CONTENTS July 20l5 REPORTS l0l l lrrígation Criteria and Sweetpotato Cultivar Perfomiancc Breedlng, Ciiltivars, Rootstocks. and Germplasm Resources '“ ‘he Treaslm’ Vane)’ °f 535mm 0738”‘ Joel Felix. Clinton C. Shock. Joey lshida. 940 Evaluation of Genetic Diversity Among Kongpo Erik BG’ Feiben‘ and Lamon‘ D. Saunders Monkshood (ÁUDIIÍIIIM korigboense L. ) Germplasm Accemons ReVea¡e¿ by ¡mer 5¡mp¡e sequence i018 Production of Pepper Cultivar Palermo Grafied onto _ ¡{emm Markcrs Serrano de Morelos 2. Jalapeño. and Three Commercial Fanjuan Meng, Ruoding Wang. Mu Feng, Chao Wang. Rwmmlfs _ I y _ 4 Zhongkui Wang. Fachun Guan. and Yajun Li Fm"°'5‘¡° D°“a5'U°¡°5v D'°3° perebMadml- Celia Amate-Llobiegat. Enrique M. Rodríguez-Garcia. 944 lnheritance Analysis and Quantitative Trail Loci und Francs“) Camachoïcfle Detection of Head Splitting Resistance in Cabbagc (Bruxxica «ileracea L. var. capitulo) D39“? ¡"d h“ Mflliiflmfll‘ Yanbin Su. Yumei Liu, Huolin Shen, Xingguo Xiao, i023 Status of Bacterial Leaf Spot Disease of An/ hurium in Zhansheng Li. Zhiyuan Fang, Limei Yang. Trinidad and C haracterization of Native lsolates of the Mu Zhuang. and Yangyong Zhang Causal Organism, Aciduivirax anlhurií 952 Omamental Groundcover Characteristics of Rhizoma ¡‘Mene W-B- Hddcr- Wmsm“ EHPÜX- Peanut (Artic/ tir g/ abrala Benth. ): Shade AtTects Height and Palhmanathan Umaharan but not Cover Marketing ¡nd Economics Beniamí" D- Anders“ 03W W- K"°*- An" R- B'°""'- i028 Who Dccides to Give a om of Fresh Flowers? The Chcryl L- M3°k°w¡3k* ‘md Edwa"! F- Gllma“ Effects of Givers and Receivers on the Likelihood 957 Inventory. Descriptions. and Keys to Scgregation of Buying Fresh flowers for Gifis and Identification ofLiriopogons C ultivated in the L¡. Chun Huang and YcmChun Lin Southeastem United States Paul R. Fantz. Dennis Carey. Tony Avent, and Jason Lattier Posthnrvest Biology ¡nd Technology - 1035 A Postharvest Dip Treatment with Lysophosphatidylethanolamine. a Natural Phospholipid. Crop Production May Retard Sencscence and improve the Shelf Life 994 Optimizing lrrigation and Fertilization of Gurdenia °f Balnan“ Fm“ , jasminoides for Good Gromh and Minimal Lcaching ZWMP F-R- Ahmed ‘md ¡”"3" R Pal“ Amanda Bayer. John Ruter. and Marc W. van lersel Propagation and Tissiie Culture 1002 Feasibility of Direct Seeding for Stand Establishment |04| C auses and Breaking of Seed Dormanc) in Flowering of Field-grown Basil Dogwood 4 C ornusflarida L. ) Brian A. Kahn, Niels 0, Maness. Donna R, Chu. Hailin Liu. C unmcng Qian. Jian Zhou. and Lynda K. Carrier Xiaoynn Zhang. Qiuyue Ma. and Shiuian Li i006 The Contribution of Different Spectral Sections to i045 Plant Regeneration of Iris germunicu L. from Shoot Increase Fresh Weight of Boston Lettuce Apexes via an improved Somatic Embryogcncsis Shih-Wei Kong. Hsin-Ying Chung. Ming-Yi Chang. Protocol and Wci Fang Li Xu. Suzhen Huang. Yulin Han. and Haiyan Yuan Image Analysis Systems lor Plant Science wwwmegentinstrumenucom ' Ü since 1991 HÏÉÏ salesfiregentinstrumentscom E “. Need WinSCANOPYW The HORTA SUI'l'E More Than One - Measues and Arayses leaves needles . M . . Software Program? ‘l, WmFOUAT seeds. mas mc Araoúoosis seedlings i, ‘ WmSEEDLEW -0uartrfiespeaaarra9es Take Advantage ¿’g wmRHlzorM - Pena-ns coior anabss of Our New Suites. e - ' "Wfies '°' 3'“ "9" 93"‘ 03h09)’ WÍnRHIZOW Trori 938 ¡‘KITSILTVJ You S017) JL u 20;
  7. 7. l2 I 8 Iotal Anthocyanin Content in Intact Acai‘ [Einerpe olerarea Mart. ) and J ucara (Eulerpe eilulis Mart. ) Fruit Predicted by Near lnfrared Spectroscopy Gustavo H. de A. Teixeira. Valquiria G. Lopes, Luís C. Cunha Júnior. and José D. C. Pessoa Soil Management, Fertillzntion, ¡nd Irrigation I224 Physiological Responses ot" Greenhoiise-grown Drip-iriigated Chile Pepper under Partial Root Zone Drying Harmandeep Sharma. Manoj K. Shukla. Paul W. Bosland. and Robert L. Steiner l230 The Use of Sawdust Mixed with Ground Branches Pruned from Wax Apple or Indian Jujube as substrato for (‘ultivatíon of King Oyster Mushroom (P/ euroms eryngií) San-Gwang Hwang, Yi-Ying Li, and Huey-Ling Lin i234 Potassium Fertilization Affects Florícane Mineral Nutríent Content, Growth. and Yield of Blackberry Grown in Brazil Ivan dos Santos Pereira. Luciano Picolotto. Michel Aldrighi Goncalves. Gerson Kleinick Vignolo. and Luís Eduardo Correa Antunes Turf Management |24| Growth Responses of Hybrid Bluegrass and Tall Fescue as lnfluenced by Light lntensity and Trinexapac-ethyl Meghyn Moeks. Ambika Chandra, and Ben G. Wherley 1248 Malching Subjective Assessments of Sod Strength to Quantitative Measurements of Peak Shear Force with Predominately Kentucky Bluegmss Sod Karl Guillard. Richard JM. Fitzpatrick. and Holly Burdett CULTIVAR AND GERMPLASM RELEASIÉS ¡252 Chilling-tolerant US-processing Cucumber (C ucuniis sarivus L. ): Three Advanced Backcross and Ten Inbred Backcross Lines Jack E. Staub. Vanessa S. Gordon. Philipp Simon. ’ and Todd C. Wehner HORTSCIENCE VOL. 50(8) AUGUST 2015 1255 ‘Rambling Rose‘: A Pink-fruited Cherry Tomato for Hanging Basket Production v Elisabeth Hodgdon, Jennifer Bonina Noseworlhy, and Rebecca Grube Sideman l257 Fla. 8923: A Tomato Breeding Line with Begomovirus Resistance Gene Iv-J in a 70-kb Solanum cliilense lntrogressicn Samuel F. Hutton, Yuanfu Ji. and John W. Scott 1260 Chljvxunlhemum fliyhridum Mammothm ‘Dark Bronze Daisy‘ Garden C hrysanthemum Neil O. Anderson, Peter D. Ascher. Vincent Fritz. Charlie Rohwer. Steven Poppe, Shengrui Yao. Patricia Johnson. Barbara E. Liedl, Judith Reith-Rozelle. Lee Klossncr. and Neal Eash 1265 ‘Ligolina’ Apple Edward Zurawicz, Dorota Kruczyriska. Maríusz Lewandowski. and Knysztot’ Rutkowski BOOK REVIEW i268 A C hecklisl ofEx Sim C ulrivaled Flora vfChhm by Hongwen Huang reviewed by Donglin Zhang ON THE COVER The plant and fiuit of tomato (Solanum [itcopersiwm Mill. ) cultivar ‘Rambling Rose‘. This pink-fruíted cherry tomate cultivar was bred at the University of New Hampshire and has a detenninate growth habit, suitable for hanging basket production. See the article by Hodgdon et al. that begins on p. l255. Photo credits: Elizabeth Hodgdon (background); Rebecca Sídeman (insct). ll27
  8. 8. g- Xalapafiiígr- j _ 4'? ’ sa‘- . _ ,1 . 4;’ " . i Z353‘, alli/ L.‘ u. i“. lmportanéia btental del los ‘: —.. “'x ¡.1 ‘w - ! t agïrïïpïecosisgïteríñ‘ g ¿C67 Seta/ gercasíté tu ‘bajo sombra‘ t ¿ n . — . . ¡l n . ’ . _ a J 2 » . ‘ . .' a . .. |. v: ‘ s. .r r . era Bosques
  9. 9. Laura C Ruelas Man/ ardin, Martha Elena Nava Tablada, Juan Cervantes y Víctor L. Barradas large Enrique Maclas-Samana, Martha Laura Rivera-Granados, Robert lones y Guillermo Ibarra Rasilani Trianoshi, Setsua lwahiri e large LUIS Matos Rodrigo Ortiz y Robert Blanchette Moisés Aguilar-Alcántara, Silvia Aguilar-Rodriguez y Teresa Terrazas Ida/ ia Zaragoza-Hernandez, Amparo Bar/ a de la Rosa, Francisco José Zamudio Sanchez, Victor Rubén Ordoñez-Candelaria y Guadalupe Martha Bárcenas-Pazos Harald FernándezvPuratich, José Vicente Oliver- Villanueva, Mireya Valiente, Salvador Verdú y Nuria Albert Saúl Antonio Hernandez Maldonado y Javier Ramón Sotomayor Castellanos Nery Alicia Tapia-Torres, Carmen de lo Paz-Pérez-Olvera, Angelica Roman-Guerrero, Alejandra Quintanar-Isaias, Eristeo carclatMárquez y Francisco Cruz-Sosa Marín Pampa-García, Raymundo Dávalos-Sotelo, Efrain Rodrlguez- Téllez, Oscar A. Aguirre-Calderon y Eduardo l Treviño-Garza Laura Faba, Eva Diaz y Salvador Ordóñez lose’ Antonio Hernández-Herrera, LUIS Manuel Valenzuela-Núñez, Arnoldo Flores-Hernández y Julia César Rios-Saucedo CONACYT
  10. 10. i —— Jai. 20, Num. Especial Inviernozolli Xalapa, Ver. V “ ‘ ' 4. ¡ G‘, ‘ o | -'. ._ _“‘; .z'vi‘¡‘| il ' . . ‘ - i‘ '‘, / UL ‘ “¿fl ‘ _ ‘_' V . ‘ I s ‘ ¿¡l‘. u. i — - ix --v« l K , vy. ¡ ' ¡. Í 0 . V ‘l; ‘ ll ’, s)‘ '¡‘_ | ix i i " y i . , 3 i’: ‘ ‘.1 i‘ > _ » i‘ i x » ii ', ' f’ , ’ ' , _¡ _, /. “ ¡‘i ‘ ' / ¿ i Reios para la consignación de los / / . // aniversario
  11. 11. NÚMERO ESPECIAL Ariel E. Lugo, Ernesto Medina and Kathleen MCGiII/ ey Alejandro Váñez-Ararvcibia, John W Day, Robert R. Twilleg y Richard H. Day INeCOL CONACYT ‘o. ..’
  12. 12. voi. zu; m. 2 Verano 2011i Xalapa, Ver. > im E‘ ii . i 7fz: ;-! Ï‘iIE'—'Í'"k"i‘ï* . Manejo forestal y diversidad genética en Sierra Juárez, Oaxaca
  13. 13. Cecilia Alfonso-Cerrado, large C ampos-C ontreras, Gerardo Sánchez- Garcia, Alejandro Monsalve-Reyes y Ricardo C lark- Tapia Pedro A. Dominguez-Calleros, Gustavo A. C hávez-Flores, Efrain Rodriguez-Téllez, lose’ Javier C orral-Rivas, José R. Goche—Telles y Manuel A. Diaz- Vásquez Faustino Ruiz-Aquino, Juan Ignacio valdezHernández, Filemón Manzano-Méndez, Gerardo Rodríguez-Ortiz, Angélica Romero-Manzanares y Martha Elena Fuentes-López Adriana Corona-Mora, Nahúm M. Sánchez-Vargas - y Roberto Lindig-Cisneros Antonio Villasante, Santiago Vignote y Ricardo Blanco Tomás Ortega-Ortega y Verónica Vázquez-García Luz Adriana Sánchezfcheverri, Giovanna Aíto, Diana Robert, and Mario Enrique Rodriguez-García Ana Maria Giménez, Juana Graciela Mag/ ia, M. E. Figueroa, lA. Díaz Zirpolo and Federico C alatayu Víctor Rubén Ordóñez-Candelaria y Guadalupe Martha Bárcenas-Pazos Marcelino A. Pérez- Vivar, Manuel de I. González-Guillén, l. Rene Valdez-Lazalde, Héctor M. de los Santos-Posadas y Gregorio Angeles-Pérez César Ruiz-Montiel, Vicente Vázquez-Torresf, María de Jesús Martínez-Hernández, Lucio Murrieta-Pérez y Maria Salomé Perea-Hemández Luz Elena A. Ávila-Calderón y lose’ Guadalupe Rutiaga-Quiñones CONACYT
  14. 14. l“ '- u iqiivii: su. unn-inn: - r 1 j Rqpiiuuioiu ‘¿n : ‘u Imaunmmni taillílril u‘ ‘iiiiilluá "bin i-"¡lüllliigy APS THE AMERICAN PHYTOPATHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
  15. 15. An International Journal of Applied Plant Pathology plant disease FEATURE 1197 lntegrating Experience. Evidence and Expertise in the Crop Protection Decision Process. G. Huglim um! F. .l. Burner! RESEARCH 1204 Bioassay Conditions for infection of Pinar mdiatn Seediings with Phylaphthom pinlfolia Zoosporcs. T. L ¡Wilmer and S. C Ihrdgr’ 1210 Effect of Fungicide and Timing of Application on Management ol’ Sunflower Rust. A. Jl Frixknp. T, l. (iiilyu. S. A. Hal/ ey. B. G. Srhiir; J. P. Srlmefrr. J. G. Jirrilulil, S. M, Mt’_'l‘l'. K. W. MÍAPÁ‘. P. HrrirIrirLA-arr, und S, (i. Markt-II i2 i 6 Temporal Dynamics oi‘ Soybean Rrm Associated With Leal’ Area index ln Soybean Cultivars ot’ different Maturity Groups. E. N. MIHTÍNI. F. X. R. Vllll‘. P. A. Paul. F. A. Rnilrigiier. and W. C, ÍMHIJ‘ Júnior i227 Changes in Distribution and Frequency of Fungi Associated With a Foliar Disease Complex ot Pyrethrum ln Australia. l-Z S. Hay. I). H. (¡m1. S, J. Pilkington. T. l. Pearce. J. B. Sum. uriil S. J, Pr-llntiriilgc 1236 Aiiatoxin and Fumonlsin in Com (Zea maya‘) infected hy Common Smut Llstílaga maydis. H. K. Abbas. - R, M. Zxrlrlulmvi‘ ". W, T. Shier, B. J. lnlinxnn. N. A. Phillips. M. A, Wrarer. (. A, Abel. oml H. A. Bruus 1241 FIRA-PCR for Detection of Fuxariurn fujikumi Genotypes with Carbendarjnr-Resistance Alielcs. Z flmng‘ Z Chen. Y. Him, Y. Drum. J. Wang. M. ïhuu. mu] (Í (‘han 1247 Evaluation of Sampiing and Testing Efficiencies of Plurn por virus Eradication Programs in Pennsylvania and Ontario. A. V. (iiuiglrrny. It’. T. Puzrlenrik. M. S. KiuÍu-r. and F. W, Nui/ er. lr. i254 sensitivity of Axcodryta Species infecting Pen. Lentil. and Chiclrpea to Boscaiid. Huxrrpymxad. and Prothioconamlc. E. Lnnrryrin, l. PHICIH‘, L. Sïunglund. und M. Biirruwr SPECIAL REPORT i 261 Hrysiologic Specialiurtion oiPurrinrür trilicina on Whrat in the United States ln 2013. J. A. Kalmar imd M. E. Hirglmr DISEASE NOTES Diseases Caused by Bactería and Phytoplasmas i268 Entergence of iiactcriai Panicie Blight Caused by Burkhaltleria glurnae ¡n North India. K. K. Maru/ ul. C. Maní. und G. Vennu i268 First Report ol’ Goss‘s Wilt of Corn Caused by Clavibatler rnichiganensir suhsp. nebrasktnxis ¡n Louisiana. R. Singh. (Í Hollior. T. Hurkr, and R. Fniziar i268 First Report of Bacterial Blight Caused by Xanthomonas axonapodix pv. ditflenbachüze on Anrhuríum crystallínurn in China. Q-G. ¡Ju iiml X. -Y. Zhou i269 First Report of Panloea agglonrtmns Catrsing Bacteriai Leaf Blight on Vigna angular‘: in Jiiin Province. China. B. H, Lu. M. J. Jiu. und J. (¡un UltlVERSlDllD DE COSÏA RICA 2 ¡o SEP 2015 Volume 99, Number 9 September 201 S SIBDI 1269 First Report ol‘ ‘(ondularur Liheribacter solanacearum‘ Associated With Psyliid-infested Carrots ln Germany. ./ . E. Mimyiiuezir, K. D. SWIÏVÍIPI’. M, Hmunurx‘ A. Willhauck, H. Buck uni! R. Mflilllflt‘ i270 First Report of Black Rot oi’ Sagiaarrb sagínrjfolrn Caused by Bacillus arnylalíquefaciens in China. L. Zhang. N, Hurijiiti. i’, Ding. 7. "l. Butt. W, l). K1‘, mu! Z L. Hu 12 70 First Report of Xanllramanas nrrnxlucenx Causing Wilt Disease on Perennial Ryegrass (Loliurn perenne) in the United States. P. R. Giurilarm, Q, Zerig. N, M. Dy/ temu. A. R. Dent-aller. und J. M, Vargas. Jr. 1270 First Report of Bacterial Stem and Pith Necrosis ot’ Tomato Caused by Pseudomonas viridijiava in Spain. M. C . C tlÍ| iZlir(’, und M. D. Gurviii-Pvdrcrjiix ‘l 271 First Report of Pecmbaclerium caroluvorum subsp. lrrusiliense Causing Soft Rot on Potato and Other Vegetables in Poland. M. Wuleriui. It’. Wulirrun, uriil lnjknwxku 127i First Report ot‘ Bacterial Wilt Caused by Ralslonur rolanaccarum Race i Biovar i in Eggpiant (Solanum melongena) in TanrllNadu. Southern India. R, Sella/ in Antony. (i. (inpulusuniy, irriil M. Svrilhiliiirruir Diseases Caused by Fungi and Fungus-Like Organisms 1272 Envsrpht drflusa: A New-ly Recogniud Powder)‘ Miidew Pathogen ol’ Wïïrteria sinenxis. X. -)', Fii. Sii-i’. Lin. W. -T. Jiang. und Y. Li 1272 First Report ot‘ Phyxarurn tínereunr on Lettuce. Rocket. Endive. and Celery in italy. A. (‘retro-rizi. G. L Rumi. A, Firnigliiilir. E. Luhuz. (Hill R. Curríeri 1 272 First Report ot’ Fruit Rot of Waterrneion Caused by Fusariuni tqurïwtr’ in Georgia ln the United States. Y, U uml P. Ii ‘I 273 First Report of Sanqi tPanax nolagínseng) Diehack Caused b) Haenralaneclrur ípamoeat ¡n China. Y. J. Long. Z S. Mim. Z l. Chan, i’, i’. Zliii. ("ill X, H, He 12 73 First Report of Powdery Mildew Caused by Padasplratra xanthii on (iynastemnra penlaphyllum in Korea. S. E. (‘Im M, J. Puri. K. S. Han. I, Y. (Vivi. und H. l). Shin First Report ot’ Boxwood Dlehack Caused by Calletotrithum lheobmrnicola in the United States. R. Sing/ r. L. Grant)‘. urul M, Williurruiiii 1274 i274 First Report of Fusarium sp. FiESC_l7 on Cucumir trigonus in india. A. M. Mali. V. B. Piilil. A. B. Ada. N, S. Chania. um! S. S. K amb/ e i274 First Report ot’ Thillavlbfltí: thizlarvroidts. A Carnial Agent ol Prrstharvest Blackening on Daucus comia in Serbia. A. Miliuar/ ji-ri ' Trkulju, T. Pia/ morir‘. Z, lrunizvii‘. M. Mílrnrii‘, J. Jnrii‘, und I. Íil. t't’'. 'Á'Í 1275 First Report oi Strnfiower Wilt Caused by Fumrium prolrfcmrum in Inner Mongolia. China. J. Ran. G, Zhang. Y. Y. Umag. l. Bru/ ig. H. L Zhang. L Jing. H. Y. llum. und J, llum 1275 First Report ofa leal‘ Spot Caused by Sphazrulina rirolensrlr on Rubus plroenitnlasíus. W, I. Brurkurl III und I". M. Erluirulrin 1 276 First Report o! Pestalaliapsir rnicmrpam as n Causal Agent ol Black Spot of Pecan (Cary-a illinninensis) in China. H. J. Slii. C. Q, Zhang. L i’. Shun. K. i’. Xu. I. P. Xu. Q. Q. Oi. until H, Xii
  16. 16. ¡Ïímdïyïlmhlïryfiflu ïflázaulï-Wïbckverhlfiona. llkïltlïhc-g Éïídfaïpfi Wi on ‘Otrïa (Mermsidrras m L H (tdt. R F. Hughes. L S. Sugiytrmcr. I f. 1L? I C Basile. and I. B. Fnriu)‘ ¡Z7 El in! d Botrytis Leaf Blight on Sapaxhnikavia ïïi Casal b)‘ Batrylís cintrea in China. N. Han. Y. Yuan. l Zhao. Z Plan. und H. Li 1277 Fin Report of Plrvlaplrllrara niederhauseríi Causing Wilt of Bcgonia dudar in France. (Í. Saurar. N. Srhenck. C. Fuurrirr. I ("tri C C iuvel. (¡In! R. Inox 4277 First Report ofFusarium sp. FIESC 3 on Onion Seed ln Serbia. M. Ignjulnv. D. Milairvíü. Z Nilwlir‘. G. Tumindïit‘. I. Grnzrlrr/ rrrriri-Vurga. Z. Irunnrír‘. und Ï. Popuvir’ i278 First Report of Downy Mlldew Caused hy ¡’lasnrapam haLsIrdü on Native Rudbecltür fulgüa Aiton var. spetinsa tWender. ) Perdueinlndiana. Y. Rivera. T. C. C resrvell. G. Ruhl. ami . I. A. C rourh i278 First Report of F rrsarium Iiclrerritala as a Causa! Agent of Fruit Rot in Pomelo [Citrus maxima). D. B. Amin‘. T. T. T. Thu); B. D. Ho. C . Kruuwung. T. B. San. und H. .I. L Jargenserr i279 First Report ot’ Downy Mildew on Gynura aumntúrca Caused hy Plasmopam halïlflfü sensu lata ln Florida. A. J. Par/ maker. R. A. (bring. mu! P. Lupe’: i279 The First Report of Matmphamína phasealina of lrnmortelle (Helicluyxum ílalicum) in Serbia. S. PUVÍIIVÍL‘. I), Ríxrir‘. (i. ¡tlekxirz D, Milnrcrir‘. T. Slerir. um] M. .S‘Iurnrir' ‘i279 First Report of Chrysanthemum White Rust (Puccini: hnfiana) in India. R, Dim-pu. P4 Renukzulrvi. S. VÍINKÍ Krlrmrr. um! S. Nukkerran i280 First Report of F usarium redolens Causing Crown Rot of Wheat tïrilicum spp. ) in Turkey. E. S. (iebremuriunr. A. Kllfllklftïl. G. ErgirrIruA-Orukcí. A. A. Dububul. I). SÍHIFHItI-PIIUJVuÍ, uml T. C Paulil: i280 First Report of Sclrrotium mfiíi Causing Southern Blight and Leaf Spot on Common Bean (Phasealus vulgaris) in india. S. Muhadrrukrtnnrr. G. S. Tqjrrxrrirrí. G. R. Junurrlhonzr. mu] V. Yui/ ur i280 First Report of Sclerutinrïz sclrrotíorum Causing Stem Rot of Carnation (Dianlhus caryaphyllus) in india. S. Vimrd Kumar. P. Rujr-xhkunror. C . SeIrIhi/ ruja, S. Nakkerrun. um] W. G. D. Fernando 128i First Report of Brown Rot on Peach Caused hy Manilía polysnwna in Slovenia. A. Mundo 128i First Report of Powder)‘ Mildew Caused by Erysíphe heredar" on Fennel in California. S, T. Knikr. A. Erivkwnn. B. MrGrúre. und W. l). Gubler i 282 First Report of Powdery Mildew Caused hy Erysrplre polygani on Buckwheat in Yunnan, China. W. J. Lu. L H. Wang, Y. Q. Wang. um] C. H. Li 1282 (kcorrence of Root Rot Disease of Cherirnoya (Annona rhenïnala Mill. ) Caused hy Daerylanrttria nracmdüyma in Chile. J. Auge-r. I. Pére; mu! M. EARTH) i282 First Report of Phylaplrlham actullaru Canning Root and Collar Rot on Ceanathus. Boxwood. Rhododendron. and Other Hosts ¡n Horticultura] Nurseries ln Oregon. USA. P. W. Reexer. W. Sullmr. E. M. Hrurrwr. E. M. (in/ leen. V. J. Fit/ um]. und N. .I. (inmwtr/ d i283 First Report of Arrlrmclnrdiella maugmrii Causing Powdery Mlldew on Goji Berry {Lycíunr barborunr) in Ningxia. China. R Y Wmm Y 7hun u 1‘ 1.1,. .. n u m. -v—7 un u i283 First Report of Cladasparíum prmnguslum Causing Leaf Spot of Myfica rubro in China. L M. La. B. I’. Cheng. X. Pu. X. R. Hu. I). C Du. und G. Q. (‘han i283 First Report of Root Rot Caused h)’ Fusarium solani on Calla Lily (Zanledesclria ellinïma) from India. V. Shanmugunr. H. Tlurkur. und M. Jíirrglr i 284 First Report of Brown Stern Rol Caused by Cadapham gregala in Soyhean ¡n New York. J. A. (‘rmrnringr um! (i. I”. Br-rgxrmnr i 234 First Report of Fuxaríum Root Rot on Chinese irickory (Cana cathayenxis) Caused hy Fumfiunr oxyspomm in China. C. Q. 7Jurng. i’. H. Liu, und B. C . Xu Diseases Caused by Nematodes i 284 First Report of Meloüoyne entemlabii lrrfccting Arlocarpux Ireumphyllus WortdwideJ, A. Brito. T. .S'mr'! h. and D. W. Díckwrr i285 First Report ot‘ Meloidngynejavanka on Tephrasia vagelii in Brazil. D. S. Im. S. A. Silva. 0. F. Ihrrigrr. A. C. Z. Marhadu. und G. H. Sera Diseases Caused by Parasitic Plants i285 First Report of Dodder (Cuscula japuníta) on Díttamnus dasycarpus in China. Y. Yuan. R. Zhou. l. I-‘u. .I. Zjum. und Z. Lu i285 First Report of Dodder (C uxrula ausmrliti Parasltizing the invasiva Wecd Ambrosio nnemLsü/ olía in China. YnZ Zhao, Y. -L Feng. D. Wir/ tg. und E. Qu Diseases Caused by viruses i286 First Report of Tobacco ringspol virus Asociated With Fanleaf Disease in a Washington State Vlneyard. L Walker. B. Bagrrrudí. A. Srlrull; mu! R. A. Nuidu i286 First Report of Tamara thlamsis virus Infecting Tomato C rops in Jordan. N. M. Sri/ ent. A. N. Munxamr. A, t). Abr/ een, S. Amj. und W. I. K/ njirn i287 First Report on Citnrs Chlorotic Dwarf Associated Virus on Lemon in Dehong Prefectura, Yunnan, China. J. Gun, X. P. lui. .I, X. Li. J. Q. Yur. S. Y. Zhang, K Y. Li. .I. Y. Gun. Z R. Wun_r: . H. F. Drum. and . I. D. Yang i287 First Report of C hickpta clrlvraric drvarj virus lnfectíng Tomato Crops in Pakistan. M. Zia-Ur-Relmrun. U. Hanreed. H. -W. Hrrnmrnn, M. J. Iqbul. M. S. Haider. und . I. K. Brown i287 First Report of Gmuudnul bud necrosis virus lnfccting Parflrtnium hyslemphoru: ln India. K. Vemunu, C S. M. Khures/ ri. .I. G. Pur/ mu. S. Shah/ rin T. E. Sexlrualrí Gnml. A. M. Ani/ muyJnhnxnn. K , S. S. Nrrik. und D. L. Raid)‘ i288 The First Identification of Pepper win yellow virus in Shandong Province. China. W. P, Tun. Y. Z. Dong. X. H. Sun. F. Ü. IJuIrg. H. X. Liu. ¡Ind X. P. Zlrrr i288 First Report of Gar/ ic virus A in Gartic From India. . I. (Iuwrrnde. V. S, Gumr. A. A. Ing/ e, um] . I. Gupal i288 First Report of the Planlaga «Shaka rrrosaíc virus (PIAMVJ incidence on Lilium sp. in Hangar). E. Prijrli, S. Eke, und I. Pulkurirzi i289 First Report of Zutehurr’ yellow masaíc virus in Chrysanthemum. E. B‘ Niu. L J. Chen. mu] Y. B. Niu i289 Planlago asiatico mami: virus Found ¡n Protected Crops of Lily Hyhrtds in Southern Italy. G. Parrella, B. (ire-ca. A. Pasquulini. and A. G. Nuppo i289 First Report of a Novel Poqrrirux from the Papaya ringspol virus Clruter lnfecting Zucdnini (Curro-hito pepa) in KwaZulu-Natal. Republic of South Africa. .I. D. Ibuba.
  17. 17. ¡É ïïíïyiïvïkyfiyflpfie fiflfiJflhïnflíClrwshKorea. “kill K131; í ïídfaïpfi Wi ol '0hi'n hllevosidems “t. L H Kndl. R F. Hughes. L S. Sirgiyuma. ‘Í Í, a! l C Bandit. ¡m4! I, B. Ffidzly É E! fit d Idrptis Leaf Biight on Saposhnilxovia baix Casal hy Balrynlr cinrrea in China. N. Han. Y. Yuan. R Zhou. Z Pura. und H. Li i277 Fist Report oi’ Phylophthom niederhauserii Cuusing Wilt of Begoña dudar in France. C. Suural. N. Sche-nck. C . Faurrier. I. ("mi C. CUJJPI, und R. Inox «i 277 First Report of Fusarium sp. FIESC 3 on Onion Seed in Serbia. M. Ignjulur. I). Milnfevic’. Z. Níltnlir’, G. Tumintliir‘. .I. Gwrzrlzluorifi-Vilma. 2. Ivunuvir‘. mu] T. Pupuvit‘ i278 First Report of Downy Miidew Cnrned hy Flasnropam halslerlii on Native Rudbethür fulgída Aiton var. speciosa lwender. ) Perdue inindiann. Y. Rivera. T. C. Crexwell. (i. Ruhl. uml . I. A. C murh i278 First Report ot‘ F usariunr Iichenicola ¡rs a Consul Agent of Fruit Rot in Pomelo (Citrus maxima i. D. B. Amb»: T, T. T. Thu): B. I). Ho, (Í Knsaivaug. T. B. Son. und H. J. L Jorgenxen i279 First Report of Downy Miidew on Gynum aumnliaca Caused hy Plasmapam IraLrtedii sensu loto in Florida. A. J, Pulmmcar. R. A. Caling, und P. lupe: i279 The First Report of Macraphomina phaseolina of lmmortelie tllelichrysum italicum) in Serhia. S. Puvlorír‘. D. Rixlít‘. G. Aleksic, l), Miluxevir. T. Stevia und M. Slumvir i279 First Report of Chrysantiremum White Rust (Puccinia haríana) in india. R. Dhecpu. P. Renukudt-ri. S, Viuml Iúhnar. und S. Nukkrz-nur i280 First Report of F umrium redulens (‘ausing Crown Rot of Wheat (Tnficum spp. ) in Turkey. E. S, Gebremurirlnr. A. Kurukuylt. G. Ergínbru-Omkci. A. A. Dabuhal. D. ShurnuhPruulyzil. uml T. C. Puulir: i 280 First Report ofSclerolium roljïrii Causlng Southern Blight and Leaf Spot on Common Bean (Phasealus vulgar-ir) in India. S. lila/ unirrukiumrr. G. S. Tejuswriní. G. R. Irmurdhumr. und V. Ymluv i280 First Report of . S'clerolinü scleroliomm Causing Stern Rot of Camation (Diamhux caryophyllux) ¡n India. S. Vinotl Kumar. P. Rajarltkulztur. C. Svmhilrzlja. S. Nukkeerun, am! W. G. D. Fvmundn i281 First Report of Brown Rot on Peach Caused by Mauilia polystrama in Slovenia. A. Mumía i 28i First Report of Powdery Mildew Caused by Erysiphe heruclci on Fennel in California. S. T. Kofi-e. A. Erickson. B. Mdïuire. am] W. D. (¡uh/ er i282 First Report of Powdery Mildew Caused by Erysiphe polygani on Buckwheat in Yunnan. China. W. J. Lu. L H. Wang, Y. Q. Wang, und C. H. Li i282 Occunence of Root Rot Dkease of Cherlmoyn (Anuario rherünala Mill. ) Caused by Daclylanectnh macrodidynta ln Chile. J. Anger. I. Fire; uml M. Eïiflh) i282 First Report of Phylophlhoru accullans Causing Root and Collar Rot on Ceanorhus. Boxwood. Rhodndendrnn. und Other Hosts in Horticuiturnl Nurseries in Oregon. USA. P. W. Reetrer. W. Simon. E. M. Hansen. E. M, (inhem. V. J. Fielmul. and N. .I. ÜflIItWtl/ {Í i283 First Report ol‘ Arthrocladiclla mougeoüi Canning Powdery Mitdew on Goji Berry (Lycium barbarum) in Ninguna. China. R Y Wmra Y 7km. H T 11.. .. n u (‘r. ... .. ¡rw n- i 283 First Report olCladasparium pemnguslum Coming Leaf Spot ofMyrica rubro in China. L M. Lu. B. P. Cheng. Z X, Pu. X. R. Hu. D. (Í Du. and G. Q. (‘Irrn i283 First Report of Root Rot Caused hy Fusarium solaní on Calla Lily (Zantedeschh ellítiarurl from India. V. Shunmugunr. H. 77mkur. mu] M, Singh i 284 First Report ofBrown Stem Rot Caused by Cadopharu gregara in Soybean in New York. J. A. (‘ummingx mu! G. C . Hvrgxlrrlm i284 First Report of Fusarium Root Rot on Chinese hickory (Carya calhayensis) Caused hy Fusaríum oxysparum in China. C. Q. Zhang, Y. H. Liu, and B. C. Xu Diseases Caused by Nematodes i 284 First Report of Melaidagyne enlernlabii lnfecting Artocarpus hetcmphyflus Worldwide. I. A. Brito. T. Snlilh. mu] D. W. Dickmu i285 First Report of Melaidvgynejovanica on Tephmria vogelii in Brndl. D. S. Im. S, A. Silva, (). F. Dufigo. A. C , Z Marhuda. und G. H. Sera Diseases Caused by Parasitic Plants i285 First Report of Dodder (Cucuta japonica) on Dictamnus dasycarpus ln Chin. Y. Yuan. R. Zum. J. Fu. J. Zhao. und Z Lu i285 First Report of Dodder i C uscuta ausmrlir) Parasitizing the lnvasive Weed Ambrosio altemiriifvlü in China. K-Z Zhao. iZ-L Feng, D. Wang. und B. Qu Diseases Caused by Viruses i286 First Report of Tobacco ringspol virus Associated With F nnieaf Disease in e Washington State Vineyard. L Wei/ ken B. Eagmuuli, A. Soho/ I; und R. A. NüÍlÍil i 286 First Report of Tamara chlarasir virus lnfecting Tomnto C rops in Jordan. N. M. Srl/ ent. A. N. Muuxuur. A. (). Abdeen. S. Aruj. und W. I. Khrfun i287 First Report on Citrus Chlorotic Dwnrf Associated Virus on Lemon in Dehong Prefecture. Ynnnnn. China. J. Gua. X. P. lui. J. X. Li, I. Q. Yuc. S. Y. Zlrunge, Y. Y. Li, J, Y. Gao. 7. R. Wang, H, F. Duan. mu] J. D. Yong i287 First Report of (‘hickpea chlaralic dwarf virus infecting Tontalo Crops in Pakistan. M. Ziu-Ur-Rehnuui. U. Harman]. H. -W. Herrmunrl. M. .I. Iqhol. M. S. Haider. und I. K. Brown i 287 First Report of Gmundnul bud necrosis virus lnfecting Parthenium Irysterophorus in india. K. Vvnrunu. C S. M. Klum-siii. .I. G. Put/ nm. S. Shubhir. T. E. Seshaziri Guild. A, M. ztrrlhnny lnhnwn, It’. S. S. Nuík, uml I). L. Rerldy i288 The First identification of Pepper vein yellaws virus in Shundong Province. China. W. P. Tau. Y. Z. Dong. X. H, Sun. Y. C . Líuug. H. X. Liu. und X. P. Zlm i288 First Report ofGarlü‘ virus A in Gnrlic From India. S. l. Gawruulr, V. S. Gurur. A. A. Ing/ z’. und]. Gupul i288 First Repon of the Plarmrga asiatica mami: virus (PIAMV) incidence on Lilium sp. in Hungary. E. Prij/ li, S. E111. mu} L Pulknrirtr i289 First Report of Zucchini yellow mami: virus in Chrysanthemnm. E, B. Niu. L J. C Ireu. und Y. B. Niu i289 Plantaga asiatica mosaic virus Found in Protected Crops of Lily Hyhrids in Southern Italy". G. Parra/ lu. B. Greco. A. Puxqualíni. and A. U. Nuppo i289 First Report of a Novel Palyvirus from the Papaya ringspor vom Cluster lnfecting Zncchirri (Cut-rubita PIN) in RwaZuiu-Natnl, Republic ot South Africa. J. D. Ibaba.
  18. 18. Iïíïíïyïvmkyfityflpfie tïJllüïciïCbvuinKor-ea. ílltïbrng Ïïídfaïpï Wi oa ‘Ótrfa (Melrrnideros “L L K Ind. R. F. Hughes. L 5'. Sugiiumrl. Í. P, E! l C Buulrr. and]. B. Fndm‘ Z7 1 km1 d Iotryfn Leaf Blight on Sapoxhnikovia fi-ïi (‘med h) Bonyris rinerea in China. N. Han. Y. Yuan, l Aver. Z Punt, and H. LJ i277 Fist Repon ol Phytaplilhom niederluruserií Causing Wilt ot‘ Begorria elaliar in France. C, Sauna. N. Schenrk, C. Fourrier. I, CrIjÍ C. Canet. und R. Inox 4277 First Report of F usariunr sp. FIESC J on Onion Seed in Serbia. M. Ignjnlor‘. I). Miluierit‘, Z Nikulir‘. G. Tirmindfit’. I. G-n: ¿/u¡nn'i<’-Vaneu. 7.. Irunoviz’. am! T. Popovii’ i278 First Report of Downy Miiriew Caused hy Plasmapara halsledii on Native Rudbecküjulgüa Aiton var. rpecíasa tWender. ) Perrllreiníndiann. Y. Rivera. T. C. C rexwrll. G. Ruhl. und J. A. (‘much i278 First Report of Fusariunr líclrenicala as a Causa] Agent of Fruit Rot in Pomelo ¡Citrus maxima). D. B. Amby. T. T. T. Thuy. B, D. Ho, C, Koxawtmg. T. B. San. und H. J. L Jorgmuen i279 First Report of Downy Mildew on Gynum auranriaca Caused by Plasmupam halsledií sensu iato in Florida. A. J. Pulmaleer. R. A, Curing. und P. Lope: i279 The First Report of Matmplrnnrina phaseolina of inrmortelle (Heliclrrysum üalieum) in Serbia. S. Pur/ avia l). Rixlir. (i. Ale-Latin D. MiIlLYfVÍf. T. Slsrir. und M. Srururir i279 First Report of Chrysanthemum White Rrrst (Puccirria Irariana) in india. R, Dheepu, P. Renukuderi, S. Vinod Kilrnur. und S. Nakkeerxrn i280 First Report of F uxarium redalens Causing Crown Rot ol Wheat tïnïüum spp. ) in Turkey. E. S. Cebrenraritrnr. A. Korukuyu. G, Erginbui-Orukci, A. A. Duhubal. D. SInmnu-Pvruzlval, mu! T. C . Pou/ il: i280 First Report of Sclerotium mlfsii Causing Southern Blight and LeafSpot on Common Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) ln India. S. Mahazlz-rirkiunar. (i. S. Tajtrorini. (i. R. Junardhunu. und V. Yarim‘ i280 First Report of Sclerorinia sclemubruvn Causing Stem Rot of Car-nation (Dianlhus caryaphyllusi in india. Vinvd Kumar, P. Rajexhkizmar. C. Senr/ rilrajtr. S. Nakkerrun. und W. G. D. Fcmumln 128i First Report of Brown Rot on Peach Caused by Monilía polystrvnla itl Slovenia. A. Mundo i281 First Report of Powdery Miidew Caused by Erynphe lreratlei on Fennei in California. S. T. Knikr. A. Erirkwn, B. Mz-Guirr, und W D. (¡ablar 1 282 First Report of Powdery Miidew Caused hy Erysrplrepolygani on Buekwheat ln Yunnan. China. W. J. lu. l. H. Wang, Y. Q. Wang. mu! C H. Li i282 Ocean-ente of Root Rot Disease of Cberlmoya (Annona cherínrala Mill. ) Caused hy Daerylaneclria nratradidynra in Chile. J. Anger. I. Pérez. and M, Exleriv i282 First Report ol Phylophthora otcullans Causing Root and Collar Rot on Ceanotlrus, Boxwood. Rhododendrorr. and Other Hosts in Horticultura] Nurseriu in ORSINI. USA. P. W. Rrexer. W. Sutton, E. M. Hansen. E. M. Gohten. V. .I. Fic/ und. mu] N. .I. Gmnwulrl i283 First Report ofArrlrrocladiella niougeatií Causing Powdery Mildew on Goji Berry tLyciunr barbarrmr) in Ningxia. China. R Y Wario Y 7km. u 1' L1,. .. n u m. p, ‘ . . i 283 First Repon of Clarlorporiumpemngusurm Canning lufSpol of Myríca rubro in China. l. M. Lu. B. P. Cheng, Z. X. Fu. X. R. Hu. D. C Du. and G. Q. ("hen i283 First Report of Root Rot Caused hy l-‘usaliurn sulani on Calla Lily ihnledesclria elliriarur) from India. V. Shunrmrgum. H. Thukur. uml M. Singh i 284 First Report of Brown Stem Rot Camed hy Cadophora gregala in Soyhearr in New York. I, A. (‘umnringr mu! G. (Í Berga/ tun i 284 First Report of Fusarium Root Rot on Chinese hieltory (Carya ralhayensixi Caused hy I-‘usarium axyxporum in China. C . Q. Zhang. Y. H. Liu, und B. C . Xu Diseases Caused by Nematodes i284 First Report ofM ' gyne enlerolobii lnfecting Artocarpus lretemplryllus Worldwide. 1.4. Brilo. T. Smilh. und D. W. Dickmvr i285 First Report of Melaüiogynejavanica on Teplmnü vogelii in Braúl. 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  19. 19. Volume 393, Nos. l—2 August 201 S ISSN O032—079X ant and Soil INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL ON PLANT - SOIL RELATIONSHIPS P Q Springer
  20. 20. Plant and Soil Volume 393 - Numbers l—2 - August 2015 REGULAR ARTICLES Comblniug ¿"C measurement: and ERT Imaging: lmprovtng our understanding of competition at the crop-soii-hedge interface K. i-iussain « C. Wongleecharoen A T. Hilger- -I. Vanderborght v S. Gane 4 W. Onsamram- M. -A. SparkeAJ. Díeis - T. Kongkaew - G. Cadisch l Soil: naturally suppressive to banana F usaría»: wllt disease harhor unique hacterial communities Z. Shen r Y. Ruan - C. Xue - S. Zhong - R. Li- Q. Shen 2| Eiïects of nitrogen supply and of UV-C irradlation on the susceptihility of Lacruca saliva L to Barry-It's clnerea and Sclerodnia minar C. Ouhibi < H. Attía - P. Nico! ' F. Lecompte- V. Vidal vM. Lachaál — L. URBAN-. I. Aarrouf 35 Non-linear dynamics of litter decomposition under different grazing management regimes N. Banegas - A. S. Albanesi 4 R. O. Pedraza - D. A. Dos Santos 47 influence of soii lnorganic nitrogen and root diameter size on legume cover crop root deeomposition and nltrogen release AD. Jani - J. M. Grossman A TJ. Smyth 4 S. Hu 57 Climate change eiïects on iitter decomposition: intensivo drought leads to a strong deerease of litter mixture interactions M. Santonja - C. Femandez - T. Gauquelín v V. Baldy 69 Uptake and allocation of nitrogen applied at low rates to soyhean leaves C. Pieromn . lr. - J. L. Favann - R. E.M. de Almeida‘ S. Maciel de Oliveira v B. C. Lago - P. C.0. Trivelin 83 Biomasa and soil carhon stocks oi’ indigenous agroforestry systems on the south-entero run Valley escarpment, Ethiopia M. Ncgash - M. Starr 95 The efieets of forest gaps on cellniose degradation ln the foliar litter of two shrnh species in an alpine iIr forest W. He-F. Wu-D. ZhangW. Yang-B. Tan- Y. Zhao-Q. Wu l09 Woody Münasa species are noduiated hy Burldralderia in omhrophyloua forest soil: and their symhioses are enhanced by arhuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) D. R. Lammel - L. M. Cruz - D. Mescolotti < S. L. Stürmer- E. J.B. N. Cardoso 123 “gs acting as a downstream signaling moleeule of SA regulates Cd toierance in Arabidapsis Z. Qiao - T. Jíng4Z. Liu - L. Zhang-Z. Jin‘ D. Liu-Y. Pci 137 High phosphorus supply reduced zinc concentration of wheat in native soii hut not in autoclaved soil or nutrient solution E. A. Ova - U. B. Kutman — L. Ozturk i I. Cakmak 147 Accumulation of hiologically fixed nitrogen hy legumes cultivated as cover crops in Switzerland L. Büchi - C. -A. Gebhard‘ F. Liebisch ' S. Sinaj A H. Ramseier- R. Charles 163 Forms and iluxes of potential plant-available sillcon ln trrigated lowland rice production (Laguna, the Philippines) 'I'. Klotzbücher F. Leuther - A. Marxen< D. Vetterlein - F. G. Horgan - R. Jahn 177 Similar phosphorus transfer from cover crop residues and water-soluble mineral fertilizer to soil: and a suhsequent crop G. Maltais-Landry - E. Frossard 193 Soil hiodegradation of a henzoxazinone anaiog proposed a: a natural products-based herhlcide N. Chinchilla - D. Marín vA. Oliveros-Bastidas- J. M.G. Molínillo FA. Macias 207 QSrdnr-r
  21. 21. Root morphology, histology and chemistry of nine fern species (pteridophyta) in a temperate forest X. Dong t H. Wang-J. Gu-Y. Wang-Z. Wang 215 Analysing uncertainties in the calculation of fluxes using whole-plant chamhers: random and systematic errors 0. Pérez-Priego - A. López-Ballesteros - E. F. Sánchez-Cañete - P. Serrano-Ortiz - L. Kutzbach - F. Domingo - W. EugsterAS. Kowalski 229 ‘ Rhizosphere-medlated efiects of the lnvaslve grass Bromas tec-tornan L. and native Elynuts elymoides on nitrogen cycling in Great Basin Desert soils A. Concilio a T. Vargas r W. Cheng 245 sampling root-respired co, ln-situ for "c measurement H. S.K. Snell - D. Robinson - A. J. Mídwood 259 No depth-dependence of fine root litter decomposltion in temperate beech forest solis E. F. Solly - l. Schóning v N. Herold - S. E. Tmmbore. M. Schmmpf 273 Slze-dependent morphological and chemical property ot’ line root litter decoinposition N. Makita - A. Kawamura t A. Osawa 283 The response of the mangmve Avicennia marina ‘ to heterogeneous salinity measured using a split-root approach R. Reef- H. L. Markham - N. S. Santini- C. E. Lovelock 297 Drought priming at vegetative stage improves the antioxidant capacity and photosynthesis performance of wheat esposed to a short-term low temperature stress at jolnting stage X. Li - H. B. Topbjerg- D. Jiang - F. Liu 307 Rain regime and soil type affect the C and N dynamlcs in soil columns that are covered with mlxedaspecies mulches A. lqbal ‘S. Aslam -G. Alavoine A P. Benoit‘ P. Garniers. Recous 3i9 Soil eonditioning elïects of native and exotic grassland perennlals on the estahllshment of native and exotic plants S. N. Vink v N. R. Jordan - S. C. Huerd a C. C. Shaeiïer- LL. Kinkel - L. Aldrich-Wolfe 335 aspas-zu Etïect of continuous application of inorganic nitrogen fertillzer on selenium eoncentration in vegetables grown in the Tallin Lake region of China S. Li -G. S. Bañuelos - J. Min >W. Shi 351 REVlEW ARTICLE A review of the system of rice intensification in China W. Wu - B. Ma - N. Uphoff 36] Erratum to: A review of the system of rice intensiflcation in China W. Wu - N. Uphoff 383 ERRATUM Erratum to: Ahsorptive mot area and stem resistivlty in whole trees of contrasting structure and size — improvement of methods J. Cemiák — N. Nadezhdina - V. Nadezhdinv Z. Stanék - J. Kolier v M. Trcala 4 M. Amato» P. Kantor 385 Cover Photo Snow redistributím from gap centu’ to closed Canopy in the alpine forest in the eastem Qinghai-‘fibet Plateau. Photograph taken in Miyaiuo Nature Reserve in western China. Wei He et al. have studied the cellulose degradation of two dominant shrub foliar litter species as affected by forest gaps in this area. See page ¡09422 Ahstracted/ lndexed in Science Citation Index, Science Citation Indec Expanded (SciSearch). Journal Citation Reports/ Science Edition, SCOPUS, Chemical Abstracta‘ Service (CAS). Google Scholar: EBSCO. CSA. PmQitesl. CAB International, Academic OneFiIe, Academic Search. AGRIC 01.4, Biological Abstract; Biological and Agricultural Indec BIOSÍS. CAB Ahstmcts. CSA Environmental Sciences‘. Cunent Contenls/ Agriculture, Biology d Environmental Sciences, Elsevier Biobase, EMBiologv. Environment Index. F oad Science and Technologv Abstracta. Gale, Geobase, Global Health, INIS Atamindex. International Brbliograpln’ of Book Reviews (ÏBR), International Bibliograpltv of Periodico! Literature (IBZ), JSTOR, OCLC, OrnniFi/ e. PASCAL. Referativrtvi Zhurnal IWNITI), Science Select, SC/ mago, Summon by ProQuest. VÍIÍS - litiadntre and Enology Abstract: instructions for Authors for Plant Soil are available at wwwspringeizcom/ l l l04.
  22. 22. Plant and Soil Volume 394 - Numbers l—2 - September 2015 MARSCHNER REVIEW Ecological relevance of strigolactones ln nutrient uptake and other abiotic stresses, and in plant-microbe interactions below-ground B. Andrea-Jimenez v C. Ruyter-Spua - , H.J. Bouwmeester - LA. Lopez-Raez l REGULAR ARTICLES Do belowground vertical niehe dliïerences between deep- and shaliow-rooted species enhance resource uptake and drought resistance in grassland mlatures? NJ. Hoekstra - M. Suter-LA. Finn - S. Husse» A. Lüscher 2l Does high pH give a reliable assessment ol‘ the eifect of alkallne soil on seed germination? A case study with Leymus chlnensis (Poaceae) H. MavH. Yang-X. Lü-Y. PanrH. Wu-Z. Liang- M. K.J. Ooi 35 Deciphering the role of plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria in the tolerance of the invasive cordgrass Spartina densijflora to physicochemicai properties of salt-marsh soils E. Mateos-Naranjo]. Mesa - E. Pajuelo- A. Perez-Martin v M. A. Caviedes- l. D. Rodriguez-Llorente 45 Quantifying carbon input for targeted soil organic carbon sequestration ln China’s croplands G. Wang-Y. HuangvW. Zhang-Y. Yu-W. Sun 57 Quantiflcation of soil biopore density after perennial fodder cropping E. Han - T. Kautz- U. Perkons - M. Lüsebrinle R. Pude « U. Kopke 73 N resorption efllciency and profieieney in response to winter cold in three evergreen species P. González-lindo > A. Escudero - S. Mediavilla 87 The eiïects of fertilization on plant-soil interactions and salinity tolerance of invasive Triadica sebifera Q. Yang - B. Li v E. Siemann 99 Simulating transpiration and leaf water relations in response to heterogeneous soil molsture and different stomatal control mechanisms K. Huber - J. Vanderborght v M. Javaux- H. Vereecken 109 Comblning terrestrial laser scanning and root exposure to estimate erosion rates J. A. Ballesteros-Cánovas - C. Corona - M. Stofiel A A. Lucia-Vela-LM. Bodoque 127 Legumes have a greater effect on rlalmsphere properties (pl-i, organic aeids and enzyme activity) but a smaller impact on soil P compared to other cover crops G. Maltais-Landry 139 Biofumigation using a wild Brassiea oleracea accession with high glueosinolate content aflects beneficia] soil lnvertebrates D. L. Zuluaga v A. E.E. van Ommen Kioeke v R. Verkerk A W. F.M. Róling - J. Ellers v D. Roelofs- M. G.M. Aans 155 Organic acids metabollsm in roots of grapevine rootstocks under severe iron deliciency J. l. Covamibias - AD. Rombolá 165 Diversity and functional characterlzation of bacteria] endophytes dwelling in various rice (Oryza sativa L. ) tissues, and their seed-borne dlsseminatlon into rhizosphere under gnotobiotic P-stress A. Hameed - M. -W. Yeh v Y. -T. Hsieh v W. -C. Chung- C. -T. Lo«L. -S. Young 177 Water repellency of air-drled and sleved samples from limestone soils in central Portugal collected before and alter prescribed fire 0. González-Pelayo v E. Gimeno-Garcia- C. S.S. Ferreira AJD. FerreiravJJ. Keizerv V. Andreu - J. L. Rubio 199 Plasticity in nitrogen form uptalte and preference ln response to long-term nitrogen fertiiization M. -H. Song » L. -L. Zheng - K. N. Suding - T. -F. Yin- F. -H. Yu 215 Qspflnw
  23. 23. lsolating the effects of precipitation, soil conditions, and litter quality on leaf litter decomposition in lowland tropical forests S. E. Dale v B. L. Tumer v R. D. Bardgett 225 How does soil particulate organic carbon respond to grazing intensity in permanent grasslands? H. Damien v V. Nathalie v L. Frédérique - A. Gael- P. Julien v P. -C. Catherine v B. Isabelle v C. Pascal 239 Below- and aboveground architecture of Androstachys johnsanü prain: topological analysis of the root and shoot systems T. M. Magaihñcs - T. Seifen 257 Grass-legume mlatures impact soii N, species recruitment, and productivity in temperate steppe grassland Q. Li - Y. SongvG. Li-P. Yuvi’. Wang - D. Zhou 27] Difference in root-to-shoot Cd translocation and characterization of Cd accumulation during fruit development in two Capsieum animan cultivars J. Xin vB. Huang - H. Dai 287 The role of root anatomy, organic acids and iron plaque on mercury accunfulation ln rice x. Wang v N. F.-Y. Tam - H. He - Z. Ye 301 Difierentiai responses of needle and branch order-based root decay to nitrogen addition: dominant effects of acid-unhydrolyzable residue and microbial enzymes L. Kou - W. Chen - X. Zhang v W. Gao v H. Yang- D. Li-S. Li 315 lnterspeclflc differences in determinants of plant distribution in industriaily polluted areas: Endogenous spatial autocorrelation vs. environmental parameters 0.V. Dulya v V. S. Mikryukov v LA. Hlystov 329 Effects of continuous drought stress on soil respiration in a tropical rainforest in southwest China X. ZhangvY. Zhang-L. Sha-C. Wu-Z. Tan- Q. Song v Y. Liu - L. Dong 343 Waterlogging tolerance ln barley is associated with faster aerenchyma formation in adventitious roots X. Zhang v S. Shabaia v A. Koutoulis v L. Shabalav P. Johnson v D. Hayes - D. S. Nichols - M. Zhou 355 Qsvnnser influence of deep soil horlzons on Ca nutrition of forest stands along a loessic soil sequence T. Drouet J. Herbauts - D. Dentaifïe 373 Rhizodeposition of organic carbon by plants with contrasting traits for resource acquisition: responses to different fertillty regimes F. Baptist - l. Aranjuelo - N. Legay - L. Lopez-Sangílv G. Molero - P. Rovira v S. Nogués 39] Native plants and nitrogen in agricultural Iandscapes of New Zealand H. M. Franklin - N. M. Dickinson v C. J.D. Esnault- B. H. Robinson 407 METHODS PAPER Soil sampling in oil palm plantations: a practical design that accounts for lateral varlability at the tree scale P. N. Nelson v M. Banabas - i. Goodrick - MJ. Webb- N. l. Huth vD. O‘Grady 421 Cover Photo Riparian zones planted with C. virgata. C. australis and deciduous P. regius in a dairy farm landscape on the Canterbury Plains (photo courtesy of Michael Simmier). See page 407-420 Abstracted/ lndexed in Science Citation Index. Science Citation Index Expanded (SciSearch). Journal Citation Reports/ Science Edition, SCOPUS, Chemical Abstracta Service (CAS). Google Scholar, EBSCO, CSA, ProQuest. CAB International, Academic OneFi/ e. Academic Search, AGRICOLA, Biological Abstract; Biological and Agricultural Index, BIOSIS, CAB Abstracta CSA Environmental Sciences, Current Cantents/ Agriculture, Biologv & Environmental Sciencm, Elsevier Biobase, EMBiology, Environment lada. Food Science and Technology" Abstracta Gale. Geobase, Global Health. INIS Atomindex, International Bibliogmplrtv of Book Reviews (IBR), International Bibliography of Periodico! Literature (IBZ). JSTOR. OCLC. Omnil-“ile. PASCAL, Referativnyi Zhurnal (VINITD, Science Select. SCImaga. Summon by PmQuest. Vitis - Wticulatre and Enology AbstracLv instructions for Authors for Plant Soil are available at wwwspringencont/ l l l04.

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