MICROORGANISMS 19/11/21 Development of Plant–Fungal Endophyte Associations to Suppress Phoma Stem Canker in Brassica. Endophytic microorganisms are found within the tissues of many plants species, with some conferring several benefits to the host plant including resistance to plant diseases.
In this study, two putative endophytic fungi that were previously isolated from wild seeds of Brassica, identified as Beauveria bassiana and Pseudogymnoascus pannorum, were inoculated into cultivars of three Brassica species—Brassica napus, Br. rapa and Br. oleracea. Both fungal endophytes were reisolated from above- and below-ground tissues of inoculated plants at four different plant-growth stages, including cotyledon, one-leaf, two-leaf, and four-leaf stages. None of the plants colonised by these fungi exhibited any obvious disease symptoms, indicating the formation of novel mutualistic associations. ►▼ Show Figures Figure 1 Endophytic microorganisms are found within the tissues of many plants species, with some conferring several benefits to the host plant including resistance to plant diseases. ►▼ Show Figures.
International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences 12/05/20 La mauvaise pratique phytosanitaire, principale source de contamination du chou au Sénégal. Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture 10/12/18 Effects of climate variability on insect pests of cabbage: adapting alternative planting dates and cropping pattern as control measures.
<a href=" Find out more</a> Skip to Main Content Sign In Register Close Advanced Search Article Navigation Article Contents. EFSA 15/01/14 Modification of MRLs for fipronil following the withdrawal of uses on head cabbage and kale. BEJO ZADEN VIA ISUUU 20/04/17 Reconnaître les principaux parasites et maladies des choux. Planta daninha vol.35 Viçosa 2017 Epub May 18, 2017 Selectivity of Herbicides to Cabbage (Brassica oleracea var. capitata) Article Selectivity of Herbicides to Cabbage (Brassica oleracea var. capitata) Seletividade de Herbicidas à Cultura do Repolho (Brassica oleracea var. capitata)
JOURNAL OF PLANT PROTECTION RESEARCH 23/01/17 Monitoring the occurrence of bacteria in stored cabbage heads. CGIAR - 2016 - The effects of extract of Azadirachta indica (Neem) oil and Imidacloprid (IRON 30SC) on the population dynamics of Brevicoryne brassicae, Lipaphis pseudobrassicae and Plutella xylostella on white cabbage. Environmental Entomology 19(3):730-739 · June 1990 Glossy Leaf Wax and Plant Resistance to Insects in Brassica oleracea Under Natural Infestation. Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia Volume 11, 2016, Pages 5–13 Yield and Quality of Cabbage (Brassica oleracea L. var. Capitata) Under Organic Growing Media Using Vermicompost and Earthworm Pontoscolex corethrurus Inoculation. Volume 11, 2016, Pages 5–13 International Conference on Inventions & Innovations for Sustainable Agriculture 2016, ICIISA 2016 International Conference on Inventions & Innovations for Sustainable Agriculture 2016 Edited By Pawapol Kongchum and Stephen S.
Tobe Abstract A pot experiment was conducted to assess the effect of three kinds of vermicompost materials and P.corethrurus population on plant yield and quality of cabbage under organic growing media compared with inorganic treatment. Keywords cabbage; vermicompost; P.corethrurus; vitamin C; sugar content; storage loss Lamandé et al., 2003M.
Wang et al., 2010D. AUSTRALAN GOVERNMENT 20/06/13 Final pest risk analysis report for fresh island cabbage leaves from the pacific (Cook Islands, Fiji, Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu) 20 June 2013 This Biosecurity Advice notifies stakeholders of the release of the Final pest risk analysis report for the importation of fresh island cabbage leaves from the Pacific (Cook Islands, Fiji, Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu).
The formal commencement of a pest risk analysis to assess fresh island cabbage leaves was announced in Biosecurity Advice 2012/02 on 19 January 2012. The Final pest risk analysis report for the importation of fresh island cabbage leaves from the Pacific (Cook Islands, Fiji, Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu) considers the risks associated with importing island cabbage (Abelmoschus manihot) leaves (and leaf stems). It does not include the main stems with lateral buds, as island cabbage can be readily propagated from stem material.
While island cabbage is known to grow in northern Australia, there is no local industry producing island cabbage in Australia for commercial sale. JENRM - 2014 - Insecticide Use Pattern and Residue Levels in Cabbage (Brassica Oleracea Var capitata L.) within Selected Farms in Southern Ghana.
AFRICAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY RESEARCH - MAI 2014 - Bacteriological assessment of the quality of Brassica oleracea var. capitata grown in the Accra Metropolis, Ghana. EXTENSION.ORG 04/06/12 Brassicas and Mustards for Cover Cropping in Organic Farming. Adapted from: Clark, A.
(ed.) 2007. Managing cover crops profitably. 3rd ed. National SARE Outreach Handbook Series Book 9. National Agricultural Laboratory, Beltsville, MD. (Available online at: (verified 24 March 2010). Type: Annual (usually winter or spring; summer use possible)Roles: Prevent erosion, suppress weeds and soilborne pests, alleviate soil compaction and scavenge nutrientsMix with: Other brassicas or mustards, small grains or crimson cloverSpecies: Brassica napus, Brassica rapa, Brassica juncea, Brassica hirta, Raphanus sativus, Sinapsis alba Nomenclature Note: The cover crops described in this article all belong to the family Brassicaceae.
Adaptation Note: This article addresses management of eight different cover crop species with varying degrees of winter hardiness. Introduction Brassica and mustard cover crops are known for their rapid fall growth, great biomass production, and nutrient scavenging ability. Figure 1. Benefits Erosion control and nutrient scavenging. Note de service DGAL/SDDQPV/N2012-8264 du 18/12/2012 : Règlement technique d'examen des variétés de moutarde blanche / navette/ radis, colza, chou fourrager / moutarde brune à usage non grainier en vue de leur inscription au Catalogue officiel des espèces. JOURNAL OF CROP PROTECTION - JUNE 2014 - Insecticidal activity of five medicinal plant essential oils against the cabbage aphid, Brevicoryne brassicae. Abbott, W.
S. 1925. Journal of Entomology and Nematology - OCT 2013 - Laboratory assessment of insecticidal properties of Tagetes minuta crude extracts against Brevicoryne brassicae on cabbage. UNIVERSITE DE MONTREAL - OCT 2010 - mémoire en ligne : Étude de l’impact de la température et de l’humidité sur la survie et la.
UNIVERSITE DE MONTREAL - OCT 2010 - mémoire en ligne : Étude de l’impact de la température et de l’humidité sur la survie et la dynamique de la ponte de la mouche du chou (Delia radicum L.) – guatemalt
WIKIPEDIA – Brassica oleracea. Brassica oleracea is the species of plant that includes many common foods as cultivars, including cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, Brussels sprouts, savoy, and Chinese kale.
In its uncultivated form it is known as wild cabbage. It is native to coastal southern and western Europe. Its tolerance of salt and lime and its intolerance of competition from other plants typically restrict its natural occurrence to limestone sea cliffs, like the chalk cliffs on both sides of the English Channel.  Wild B. oleracea is a tall biennial plant, forming a stout rosette of large leaves in the first year, the leaves being fleshier and thicker than those of other species of Brassica, adaptations to store water and nutrients in its difficult growing environment. Cultivation and uses B. oleracea has become established as an important human food crop plant, used because of its large food reserves, which are stored over the winter in its leaves.
Origins Gallery WIKIPEDIA - chou commun. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. CROP PROTECTION 05/04/06 Weed control and crop quality in cabbage (Brassica oleracea (capitata group)) and tomato (Lycopersicon. Department of Plant Genetics, Misión Biológica de Galicia - 2008 - Diseases affecting Brassica crops in Northwestern of Spain. Actualités Chou au formol.