Texas Plant Disease Handbook

Mildew on leaf of plant


The Texas Plant Disease Handbook serves as a reference document with descriptions of potential health issues affecting the state's crops, trees, flowers, turfgrass and plants.


Kevin Ong
Professor & Associate Department Head

The Texas Plant Disease Handbook serves as a historical and general reference guide of potential plant health issues affecting crops, flowers, trees, turfgrass and other plants. Developed by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service plant pathologists, it provides an overview of the most common plant diseases and issues.

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