Diseases

27 July 2021

Ongoing nursery hygiene practices are important and form the basis of robust control programmes during the production season.

27 July 2021

Preventing problems getting onto the nursery is more effective than dealing with any outbreak at a later date.

27 July 2021

Clean-up and disinfection procedures form the starting point for season-long pathogen, pest and weed control programmes.

27 July 2021

The severity of infection/infestation, frequency of occurrence and persistence all play key roles in determining the relative importance of any pathogen, pest or weed problem.

27 July 2021

Positive identification, and an understanding of the biology of the target pathogen, pest or weed is particularly important to build up an understanding of problems on your nursery.

27 July 2021

Guidance to maintain high standards of nursery hygiene in the production of both outdoor and protected ornamental crops.

15 July 2021

Key guidance to control of Tomato chlorosis virus (ToCV) and Tomato infectious chlorosis virus (TICV).

15 July 2021

Find details of the range of different hosts, and the geographical areas of distribution of Tomato chlorosis virus (ToCV) and Tomato infectious chlorosis virus (TICV).

15 July 2021

How Tomato chlorosis virus (ToCV) and Tomato infectious chlorosis virus show themselves and develop on affected crops.

14 July 2021

Paul Gosling looks at the latest phase of the variety-trialling project.

6 July 2021

Are protective fungicide sprays necessary to prevent Botrytis and grey mould in covered table-top strawberry production?

7 July 2021

Putting research into practice on Cereal farms around the UK

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