Species

Phytophthora parasitica

[cellular organisms | Eukaryota | Stramenopiles | Oomycetes | Peronosporales | Phytophthora]

Phytophthora_parasitica Picture Source
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Stramenopiles | Oomycetes | Peronosporales | Phytophthora
Common:Phytophthora Root Rot
Comment:Symptoms: Brown lesions develop on stems near the soil line. These lesions become brown and sunken, and will eventually girdle the plant resulting in wilting and rapid death. If the stem and tap root are cut lengthwise, a brown discoloration in the vascular tissue is evident. Control: Water-logged or compacted soils promote this disease. The best control is actually careful attention to seedbed preparation. Avoid compaction and low spots that may accumulate water.
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Phytophthora parasitica CHvinca01

[ Stramenopiles | Oomycetes | Peronosporales | . . .
. . . | Peronosporales | Phytophthora | Phytophthora parasitica ]

Phytophthora_parasitica_CHvinca01 Picture Source
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Stramenopiles | Oomycetes | Peronosporales | Phytophthora | Phytophthora parasitica
Common:Phytophthora Root Rot
Comment:Symptoms: Brown lesions develop on stems near the soil line. These lesions become brown and sunken, and will eventually girdle the plant resulting in wilting and rapid death. If the stem and tap root are cut lengthwise, a brown discoloration in the vascular tissue is evident. Control: Water-logged or compacted soils promote this disease. The best control is actually careful attention to seedbed preparation. Avoid compaction and low spots that may accumulate water.
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Phytophthora parasitica CJ01A1

[ Stramenopiles | Oomycetes | Peronosporales | . . .
. . . | Peronosporales | Phytophthora | Phytophthora parasitica ]

Phytophthora_parasitica_CJ01A1 Picture Source
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Stramenopiles | Oomycetes | Peronosporales | Phytophthora | Phytophthora parasitica
Common:Phytophthora Root Rot
Comment:Symptoms: Brown lesions develop on stems near the soil line. These lesions become brown and sunken, and will eventually girdle the plant resulting in wilting and rapid death. If the stem and tap root are cut lengthwise, a brown discoloration in the vascular tissue is evident. Control: Water-logged or compacted soils promote this disease. The best control is actually careful attention to seedbed preparation. Avoid compaction and low spots that may accumulate water.
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Phytophthora parasitica CJ02B3

[ Stramenopiles | Oomycetes | Peronosporales | . . .
. . . | Peronosporales | Phytophthora | Phytophthora parasitica ]

Phytophthora_parasitica_CJ02B3 Picture Source
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Stramenopiles | Oomycetes | Peronosporales | Phytophthora | Phytophthora parasitica
Common:Phytophthora Root Rot
Comment:Symptoms: Brown lesions develop on stems near the soil line. These lesions become brown and sunken, and will eventually girdle the plant resulting in wilting and rapid death. If the stem and tap root are cut lengthwise, a brown discoloration in the vascular tissue is evident. Control: Water-logged or compacted soils promote this disease. The best control is actually careful attention to seedbed preparation. Avoid compaction and low spots that may accumulate water.
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Phytophthora parasitica CJ05E6

[ Stramenopiles | Oomycetes | Peronosporales | . . .
. . . | Peronosporales | Phytophthora | Phytophthora parasitica ]

Phytophthora_parasitica_CJ05E6 Picture Source
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Stramenopiles | Oomycetes | Peronosporales | Phytophthora | Phytophthora parasitica
Common:Phytophthora Root Rot
Comment:Symptoms: Brown lesions develop on stems near the soil line. These lesions become brown and sunken, and will eventually girdle the plant resulting in wilting and rapid death. If the stem and tap root are cut lengthwise, a brown discoloration in the vascular tissue is evident. Control: Water-logged or compacted soils promote this disease. The best control is actually careful attention to seedbed preparation. Avoid compaction and low spots that may accumulate water.
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Phytophthora parasitica IAC_01/95

[ Stramenopiles | Oomycetes | Peronosporales | . . .
. . . | Peronosporales | Phytophthora | Phytophthora parasitica ]

Phytophthora_parasitica_IAC_01_95 Picture Source
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Stramenopiles | Oomycetes | Peronosporales | Phytophthora | Phytophthora parasitica
Common:Phytophthora Root Rot
Comment:Symptoms: Brown lesions develop on stems near the soil line. These lesions become brown and sunken, and will eventually girdle the plant resulting in wilting and rapid death. If the stem and tap root are cut lengthwise, a brown discoloration in the vascular tissue is evident. Control: Water-logged or compacted soils promote this disease. The best control is actually careful attention to seedbed preparation. Avoid compaction and low spots that may accumulate water.
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Phytophthora parasitica INRA-310

[ Stramenopiles | Oomycetes | Peronosporales | . . .
. . . | Peronosporales | Phytophthora | Phytophthora parasitica ]

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Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Stramenopiles | Oomycetes | Peronosporales | Phytophthora | Phytophthora parasitica
Common:Phytophthora Root Rot
Comment:Symptoms: Brown lesions develop on stems near the soil line. These lesions become brown and sunken, and will eventually girdle the plant resulting in wilting and rapid death. If the stem and tap root are cut lengthwise, a brown discoloration in the vascular tissue is evident. Control: Water-logged or compacted soils promote this disease. The best control is actually careful attention to seedbed preparation. Avoid compaction and low spots that may accumulate water.
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Phytophthora parasitica P10297

[ Stramenopiles | Oomycetes | Peronosporales | . . .
. . . | Peronosporales | Phytophthora | Phytophthora parasitica ]

Phytophthora_parasitica_P10297 Picture Source
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Stramenopiles | Oomycetes | Peronosporales | Phytophthora | Phytophthora parasitica
Common:Phytophthora Root Rot
Comment:Symptoms: Brown lesions develop on stems near the soil line. These lesions become brown and sunken, and will eventually girdle the plant resulting in wilting and rapid death. If the stem and tap root are cut lengthwise, a brown discoloration in the vascular tissue is evident. Control: Water-logged or compacted soils promote this disease. The best control is actually careful attention to seedbed preparation. Avoid compaction and low spots that may accumulate water.
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Phytophthora parasitica P1569

[ Stramenopiles | Oomycetes | Peronosporales | . . .
. . . | Peronosporales | Phytophthora | Phytophthora parasitica ]

Phytophthora_parasitica_P1569 Picture Source
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Stramenopiles | Oomycetes | Peronosporales | Phytophthora | Phytophthora parasitica
Common:Phytophthora Root Rot
Comment:Symptoms: Brown lesions develop on stems near the soil line. These lesions become brown and sunken, and will eventually girdle the plant resulting in wilting and rapid death. If the stem and tap root are cut lengthwise, a brown discoloration in the vascular tissue is evident. Control: Water-logged or compacted soils promote this disease. The best control is actually careful attention to seedbed preparation. Avoid compaction and low spots that may accumulate water.
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Phytophthora parasitica P1976

[ Stramenopiles | Oomycetes | Peronosporales | . . .
. . . | Peronosporales | Phytophthora | Phytophthora parasitica ]

Phytophthora_parasitica_P1976 Picture Source
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Stramenopiles | Oomycetes | Peronosporales | Phytophthora | Phytophthora parasitica
Common:Phytophthora Root Rot
Comment:Symptoms: Brown lesions develop on stems near the soil line. These lesions become brown and sunken, and will eventually girdle the plant resulting in wilting and rapid death. If the stem and tap root are cut lengthwise, a brown discoloration in the vascular tissue is evident. Control: Water-logged or compacted soils promote this disease. The best control is actually careful attention to seedbed preparation. Avoid compaction and low spots that may accumulate water.
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