Fungus

Fw: mycorrhizal fungi

August 18, 2011
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Hi Daffnetters, There is now a huge volume of research on the use of trichoderma products on a very diverse crop range. I am not familiar with the commercial products…

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Mycorrhizae

Friends, I am writing from memory right now, which is increasingly dangerous, as the passage of time has made me a little less confident in my knowledge base.  Nonetheless, here…

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soil sterilization

June 3, 2011
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Options (other than bleach, about which I have no opinion) you might consider include Cleary’s (buy it in WP wettable powder form as Banrot) or a soil fungicide sold in…

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fusarium and bulb fly

So what is the most effective fungicide to use on soil wherein the grower suspects fusarium pathogens and is available to gardeners in the USA. Same question with regard regarding…

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Chilling hours for daffodils

February 7, 2010
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Like many areas in the northern hemisphere we are having a far colder December and January. We are several weeks behind with our early daffodils blooming. Below is a link…

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basal rot and tulips

October 15, 2009
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Basal rot is caused by a fungus called fusarium oxysporum spp narcissus, which lives in the soil. (See Dr. Ted Snazelle’s book, “Daffodil Diseases and Pests”, available from ADS.) It…

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