Resources for Garden Plant Diseases
|Diagnosing Plant Problems||Nov 6, 2018||426-714|
|Plant Disease Diagnostic Form||
Plant Disease Diagnostic Form
|May 13, 2016||450-097 (ENTO-198NP)|
|Pest Management Guide: Home Grounds and Animals, 2019||
This 2019 Virginia Pest Management Guide provides the latest recommendations for controlling diseases, insects, and weeds for home grounds and animals. The chemical controls in this guide are based on the latest pesticide label information at the time of writing. Because pesticide labels change, read the label directions carefully before buying and using any pesticide. Regardless of the information provided here, always follow the latest product label instructions when using any pesticide.
|Jan 18, 2019||456-018 (ENTO-289P)|
|Late Blight of Tomato and Potato||Nov 20, 2018||ANR-6 (SPES-72P)|
|Insect and Mite Pests of Boxwood||
Three pests, the boxwood leafminer, mite and psyllid commonly attack American and English boxwood in Virginia and cause spotting, yellowing, and puckering of leaves.
|Sep 25, 2013||ENTO-42NP|
|Food Safety For School and Community Gardens: A Handbook for Beginning and Veteran Garden Organizers||
Creating and maintaining community and school gardens has been identified as an effective strategy to increase healthy food awareness and consumption. Unfortunately, fresh fruits and vegetables have been linked to more than 450 outbreaks of foodborne illness in the U.S. since 1990. In commercial food production, employing a set of risk-reduction steps — known as good agricultural practices (GAPs) — has been pointed to by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as the best prevention against foodborne, illness-causing pathogens.
|Aug 31, 2018||FST-60P (FST-296)|
|Integrated Pest Management for Plant Diseases in the Home Garden and Landscape, Learning Module I: Integrated Pest Management||Apr 22, 2015||PPWS-14NP|
|Integrated Pest Management for Plant Diseases in the Home Garden and Landscape, Learning Module II: The Plant Disease Triangle||Apr 22, 2015||PPWS-15NP|