Compendium of Raspberry and Blackberry Diseases and Insects

M.A. Ellis, R.H. Converse, R.N. Williams, and B. Williamson 
APS  1991  

122 pages, 140 color photographs  ISBN 0890541213      £65.00

Also includes diseases of boysenberries, loganberries, tayberries, etc.

Table of Contents

Introduction; The Genus Rubus; The Raspberry and Blackberry Plants

Part 1: Diseases Caused by Biotic Factors; Cane and Foliar Diseases Caused by Fungi; Anthracnose, Cane Blight, Midge Blight, Spur Blight, Cane Botrytis, Purple Blotch, Ascospora Dieback, Botryosphaeria Cane Canker of Blackberry, Rosette (Double Blossom), Downy Mildew, Powdery Mildew, Raspberry Leaf Spot, Septoria Leaf Spot of Blackberry, Sydowiella and Gnomonia Cane Cankers, Nectria Canker of Raspberry, Silver Leaf

Fruit and Flower Diseases Caused by Fungi; Botrytis Fruit Rot (Gray Mold) and Blossom Blight, Postharvest Soft Rot (Leak Disease), Minor Fruit Rots, Stamen Blight; Rust Diseases; Orange Rust, Cane and Leaf Rust, Yellow Rust, Late Leaf Rust, Blackberry Rust, Minor Rust Diseases

Root and Crown Diseases Caused by Fungi; Phytophthora Root Rot, Verticillium Wilt, Armillaria Root Rot, White Root Rot

Diseases Caused by Bacteria; Crown and Cane Gall, Fire Blight, Pseudomonas Blight, Leafy Gall, Hairy Root

Diseases Caused by Viruses and Viruslike Agents; Aphid-Transmitted Diseases; Raspberry Mosaic Disease Complex, Raspberry leaf Curl, Cucumber Mosaic, Raspberry Vein Chlorosis

Leafhopper-Transmitted Diseases; Rubus Stunt; Nematode-Transmitted Diseases; European Nepovirus Diseases, Tomato Ringspot

Pollen-Transmitted Diseases; Raspberry Bushy Dwarf

Viral Diseases with Unknown Methods of Natural Spread; Apple Mosaic, Blackberry Calico, Cherry Leaf Roll, Tobacco Streak, Wineberry Latent Virus, Other Viruses and Viruslike Agents

Nematode Parasites; Root-Lesion Nematodes, Dagger and Needle Nematodes, Other Nematodes

Part 2: Arthropod Pests

Insects That Damage Roots and Crowns; Raspberry Crown Borer, Root Weevils, Strawberry Crown Moth

Insects That Damage Fruit; Scarab Beetles, Japanese Beetle, Green June Beetle, Rose Chafer, Lygus Bugs, Raspberry Bud Moth, Picnic Beetles, Raspberry Fruitworms, Yellowjackets, Strawberry Bud Weevil (Clipper)

Insects and Mites That Damage Foliage; Spider Mites, Dryberry Mite (Raspberry Leaf and Bud Mite), Redberry Mite, Raspberry Aphids, Leaf Rollers, Climbing Cutworms, Blackberry Psyllid, Western Winter Moth, Raspberry Sawflies and Leaf Miners

Insects That Damage Canes; Rednecked Cane Borer, Raspberry Cane Maggot, Raspberry Cane Midge, Raspberry Cane Borer, Tree Crickets, Rose Scale, Stalk Borer

Insect Contaminants of Mechanically Harvested Fruit

Part 3: Disorders Caused by Abiotic Factors Nutritional Disorders; Herbicide Injury; Preemergent Herbicides; Postemergent Herbicides; Translocatable Herbicides, Contact Herbicides, Volatile Herbicides; Correcting Herbicide Excesses; Environmental Stress; Temperature, Wind, Soil Moisture, Light, Solar Injury

Part 4: Effects of Cultural Practice on Disease Using Disease- and Insect-Resistant Cultivars Excluding and Reducing Pathogen Populations; Modifying Microclimate Within the Planting; Altering Production Practices to Prevent Plant Injury and Infections

Part 5: Development of Healthy Planting Material Raspberry Certification Programs in North America; The Raspberry Certification Program in the United Kingdom; Nursery Production of Virus-Free Planting Material; International Exchange Regulations for Rubus Plant Material

Glossary; Index; Color Plates
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