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Diseases of Field Crops in Canada

Diseases of Field Crops in Canada PublicationThe Canadian Phytopathological Society in 2003 published a great resource on diseases of field crops, "Diseases of Field Crops in Canada." This publication is a comprehensive, illustrated guide to identifying diseases of wheat, barley, corn, canola and mustard, pea, lentil, chickpea, sunflower, alfalfa, rye and triticale, oats, and flax. It bridges the gap between technical detail useful to professional plant specialists and practical information for students, seed growers, and farmers wanting to identify and control crop diseases. It contains 304 pages with 659 color figures and 10 disease cycle diagrams in an 8-1/2 x 11" soft cover, coil bound format. Both foliar and root diseases are covered in the booklet. Each disease section includes a description of the symptoms, the disease cycle, and general methods of control. There is a description on the Web at http://www.cps-scp.ca/publications.htm. Dr. Tim Paulitz, Plant Pathologist, Root Disease and Biological Control Unit, Pullman, WA, has worked with the editors to offer this publication at a rate of $20.00 US. Please contact Tim to receive a copy (paulitz@wsu.edu, 509 335-7077).


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