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Hot-water and chemical treatment of Illinois-grown gladiolus cormels.

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SeriesIllinois. Natural History Survey Division. Biological notes -- no. 43
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Mode of access: Internet. Hot-water and chemical treatment of Illinois-grown gladiolus cormels By Junius Leonard Forsberg Download PDF ( KB). Cormels of 8 newly-released cultivars of miniature Gladiolus (Adi, Nirit, Ronit, Yamit, Kinnereth, Rachellie, Noga and Tal-Tal) were exposed to hot water treatments (HWT) to eradicate Fusarium and other pathogens from planting stocks.

HWT at 57°C for 30 min caused no apparent damage to dormant or non-dormant cormels of the 8 cultivars and significantly improved their germination. The corms may eventually rot completely. Control To be most effective, several control measures should be carried out, includ- ing hot- water treatment of the cormels, chemical treatment of corms, and reduc- tion of soil infestation by a 6- to year rotation or by soil fumigation.

For corms, use a soak or dust as a preplanting treatment. Hot water treatment of corms and cormels (30 min at 57 °C/ °F) followed by biological and inorganic amendments at planting can be effective (Sharma and Tripathi ), but temperature baths should be accurately monitored to provide the best disinfestation and to prevent heat damage (Chandel ; Magie ).

Gladiolus requires a well. Cormels were treated with hot water (50°C for 30 min), smoke (1 h per day for 3 days) or growth regulators (soaking in 20 p.p.m. BA, p.p.m. GA3 or p.p.m. ethephon for 6 h) before planting.

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The sprouting rates of the cultivars Red Beauty, Nova Lux and Spic & Span were increased by hot water, ethephon and smoke treatments. In all cultivars, smoke treatment increased the weight of the. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) — Hot-Water and Chemical Treatment of Illinois-Grown Gladiolus Cormels.

By J. Forsberg. March, 12 p., 8 fig., bibliogr. — The Filmy Fern in Illinois. By Robert A. Evers. Naphthalene, as used against the gladiolus thrips, is recommended by some investigators.

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18 FARMERS' BULLETIN Where large quantities of corms need to be treated, calcium cyanide fumigation or the hot-water treatment, as recommended for the control of. Hot water treatment of bulbs for 2 hrs at 39 0 C followed by a 30 min. dip in Benomyl eliminates infection and stimulates plant growth (Boontjes, ).

Addition of mycorrhizal fungi can increase. Gladiolus corms artificially inoculated with the pathogen Fusarium oxysporum f. gladioli were treated with hot water, UV-C or essential oil of Hyptis suaveolens (L.) Poit., alone and in combinations, to control the population growth of the pathogen after storage of 4 and 12 vitro efficacy of hot water, UV-C or essential oil was tested and it was observed that a hot water treatment.

Three chemicals viz. acetic acid, ascorbic acid and ethephon were used to lower the pH of the fungicide solution of benomyl %+ captan % to pHand the effect of dipping of corms in. In vitro efficacy of hot water, UV-C or essential oil was tested and it was observed that a hot water treatment at 55 °C for 25 min or a UV-C treatment with a dose of kJ m−2 were.

A field study was conducted for screening the efficacy of various management practices against Curvularia lunata var. aeria fungal pathogen. In present study, screening of four fungicides, two botanicals, three bio-agents, two cultural and one physical management practices were carried out for the management of Curvularia leaf blight of Etlingera linguiformis.

A study was conducted to elucidate the effect of different planting systems, videlicet (viz.) flat, ridge, and raised bed system on growth, yield and quality of gladiolus and stock.

Botanical Name: Tulipa spp. Family: Liliaceae Chromosome Number: n=12 Tulip in different Languages: Tulip. Material Information: Title: List of publications dealing with ornamental plants by AREC-Bradenton research scientists and others during. Series Title. hot-water treatment to control colletotrichum acutatum on corms of anemone coronaria (a.w.

doornik) hot-water treatment tolerance in gladiolus cormels and their state of dormancy (a. cohen, a. barzilay, h. vigodsky-haas) decrease in viability of colletotrichum acutatum in corms of anemone coronaria during storage (a.w. doornik, e.m.c. booden). _66 hot-water treatment tolerance in gladiolus cormels and their state of dormancy _67 DECREASE IN VIABILITY OF COLLETOTRICHUM ACUTATUM IN CORMS OF ANEMONE CORONARIA DURING STORAGE _68 ELECTRON MICROSCOPY OF.

However, the cormels obtained from a combination of electro- and chemotherapy treatment (30 mA/20 min + 30 mg/L) has given highest virus free (46–52%) and highest therapy efficiency indices (56%.

Introduction: cultivars are classified into 3 major groups: they are Nanus, Primulinus and Grandiflorus. • Hybrids and cultivars in the group of Nanus bloom in early. The development of a hot-water treatment (5,69) provided a method for reducing disease organisms and insects carried in or on gladiolus cormels.

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However, this method was only efficient when fully dormant, preconditioned cormels were submerged in water at F for 30 min. Larger corms could not be effectively treated. With the exception of a hot water treatment, unplanted corms are never stored below 0,5°C or above 30°C.

Prior to planting, they are given 4 to 8 weeks at 20° to 30°C to promote sprouting. Corms used for very long storage and, thus, very late flowering must be stored at 2°C until planted. these classifications, publications are delineated as articles in books, circulars, professional journals, research reports and miscellaneous releases.

This is one. harvesting, handling and hot water treatment of narcissus bulbs in bulk (a. moore) structural developments in dutch flowerbulbgrowing from 19 (w.g. de haan) effects on investments, cropping plans and farmsize by introducing bulkbin-handling and storage on specialized bulb-growing farms in the netherlands.

(c.o.n. de vroomen). David V Alford Bsc, PhD, in Pests of Ornamental Trees, Shrubs and Flowers (Second Edition), Shallot aphid. A widely distributed, virtually cosmopolitan species; unknown before but now an often common pest of herbaceous plants, including ornamentals such as Gladiolus, Hippeastrum, Lilium and winter cherry (Solanum capsicastrum).The aphids breed asexually throughout the year, and.Books.

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An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting.gladiolus thrips may be found in small numbers on volunteer plants' in commercial fields or on 'plants grown in home gar-dens.

Near Bradenton thrips were observed on plants produced from a pile of discarded corms and cormels three years after gladiolus .