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Plant Pathology

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New Strategies To Enhance Sustainability Of Apple Orchards, Mark Gleason, Donald R. Lewis, Matthew Z. Liebman, Paul A. Domoto, Gaile R. Nonnecke, Michael Duffy, Lester Wilson, Cheryl A. Reitmeier Jan 2010

New Strategies To Enhance Sustainability Of Apple Orchards, Mark Gleason, Donald R. Lewis, Matthew Z. Liebman, Paul A. Domoto, Gaile R. Nonnecke, Michael Duffy, Lester Wilson, Cheryl A. Reitmeier

Leopold Center Completed Grant Reports

Three years of experiments were conducted to help increase profit margins for apple growers, cope with new regulations on pesticide use, and deal with increased pesticide resistance by major apple pests and diseases.


Evaluation Of Hosta Cultivarsfor Resistance To Petiole Rot, Zhihan Xu, Mark L. Gleason Jan 2007

Evaluation Of Hosta Cultivarsfor Resistance To Petiole Rot, Zhihan Xu, Mark L. Gleason

Iowa State Research Farm Progress Reports

Petiole rot of hosta, caused by the soilborne fungi Sclerotium rolfsii and S. rolfsii var. delphinii, appeared first in the southern United States. The rapid spread of petiole rot in the Midwest U.S. during the past decade has caused increasing concern among wholesale producers, retailers, and buyers.