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Monitoring pear scab in mendocino county

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B. E. Bearden, U.C.
W.J. Moller, U.C.
W. O. Reil, U.C.

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California Agriculture 30(4):16-19.

Published April 01, 1976

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Not available – first paragraph follows: Pear scab (Venturia pirina) has come more prevalent in recent years in the north coastal regions, especially in Mendocino County. A closely related fungus causes apple scab (Venturiu inaequalis) but does not affect pears, although the life cycles, infection requirements, and even control measures for apple and pear scab are remarkably similar. While apple scab research is ample and worldwide in scope, the applicability of some of this research to pear scab California has not been established.

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The authors acknowledge the assistance of J. March, Potter Valley pear grower, and P. Montoya in conducting these studies

Monitoring pear scab in mendocino county

B. E. Bearden, W.J. Moller, W. O. Reil
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Monitoring pear scab in mendocino county

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Authors

B. E. Bearden, U.C.
W.J. Moller, U.C.
W. O. Reil, U.C.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 30(4):16-19.

Published April 01, 1976

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Not available – first paragraph follows: Pear scab (Venturia pirina) has come more prevalent in recent years in the north coastal regions, especially in Mendocino County. A closely related fungus causes apple scab (Venturiu inaequalis) but does not affect pears, although the life cycles, infection requirements, and even control measures for apple and pear scab are remarkably similar. While apple scab research is ample and worldwide in scope, the applicability of some of this research to pear scab California has not been established.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors acknowledge the assistance of J. March, Potter Valley pear grower, and P. Montoya in conducting these studies


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