Sunflower Diseases in Texas
- Date of Publication
- September 30, 2021
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Although more than 30 diseases of sunflowers have been documented worldwide, only a handful of those diseases are ever seen in the production areas in the Gulf Coast, Coastal Bend, and Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas. The proper diagnosis of the disease is the first necessary step to managing it. This article will provide information on the diagnosis of the most prevalent sunflower diseases, an understanding of how they operate, and how they can be managed. The discussion will be limited to diseases caused by microorganisms. (5 pages)
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