3 edition of Check list of Afghani fungi and plant diseases found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 49.Title on p.  of cover: Qāʼimat al-fuṭrīyāt wa-al-amrāḍ al-nabātīyah al-Afghānīyah.
|Statement||Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, University of Baghdad, Natural History Research Center|
|Publishers||Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, University of Baghdad, Natural History Research Center|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||78|
|3||Publication (Jāmiʻat Baghdād. Markaz Buḥūth al-Tārīkh al-Ṭabīʻī) ;|
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These are fruiting structures that release spores. Available for purchase at garden supply stores, parasitic wasps offer control. Scab: Localized lesions on host fruit, leaves, tubers, etc. Asexual reproduction During the asexual phase of fungal reproduction, various spores may be produced, depending on the species. This substance falls onto surfaces below, including foliage and twigs. Control: Harvest fruit as soon as possible after ripening.
These crops are susceptible to many of the same diseases. Canker: Localized necrotic lesion on stem or fleshy organ, often sunken of a plant Dieback: Extensive necrosis of twigs beginning at their tips and advancing toward their bases. The hyphae die due to the heat of the sun, much quicker than the embryo. Others are specific to a particular crop group, e.
This greatly reduces the photosynthetic area of the leaves. successfully grown in the vast barani areas.
cepivorum —Development is favoured by cool soil conditions 14-19? Disease resistance can be utilized to solve current problems or to prevent a disease from increasing.
Drops of a yellow liquid appear on the brown areas.
In many of the major crops, cultivars resistant to prevailing diseases are available, and more are continually being developed by plant breeders.