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Kentucky Pest News Index to Articles: 1998

PLANT PATHOLOGY

ALFALFA

Crown rot complex - (819)
Fusarium crown rot - (820)
Lepto leaf spot - (812), (816), (817), (818)
Phytophthora root rot - (818), (819), (824)
Rhizoctonia crown rot - (817), (819)
Sclerotinia crown and stem rot - 802, (803)
Spring black stem - (816), (818)
Spring freeze injury - 805
Variety selection - 803

CORN, POPCORN, AND SORGHUM

Corn -

Aflatoxin - 827
Anthracnose - (819)
Chemical injury - (823)
Fungicides for Gray leaf Spot - 799, 809
Gibberella stalk rot - (828)
Gray leaf spot - 806, (823), (825), (827)
Herbicide damage - (816), (819)
Stenocarpella ear rot - (828), (829)
Stewart's wilt - (823), (824)
Zinc deficiency - (819), (822), (823)

FLOWERING ANNUALS AND PERENNIALS, HOUSEPLANTS, AND GROUND COVERS

Ageratum - Powdery Mildew - (814)
Annuals - Rhizoctonia Root and Crown Rot - 819
Begonia - Impatiens necrotic spot virus - (816)
Chrysanthemum - Pythium root rot - (825)
   Rhizoctonia stem rot - (828)
  Septoria leaf spot - (828)
Clematis - Ascochyta canker - (816)
   Leaf spot and stem rot - 825
Daisy - Anthracnose - (817)
English ivy - Bacterial spot - (814), (823), (829)
   Anthracnose - (829)
Geranium - Iron toxicity - (810)
   Oedema - (810)
  Rust - (822)
Hollyhock - Rust - (813)
Hosta - Colletotrichum leaf spot - (829)
   Southern stem blight - (820)
Iris - Bacterial soft rot - (813)
  Diseases - 817
   Heterosporium leaf spot - (817)
  Leaf rust - (817)
Oriental Lily - Rhizoctonia stem rot - (820)
Pachysandra - Volutella blight - (832)
Pansy - Colletotrichum leaf spot - (832)
   Pythium root rot - (832)
Peony - Bud blast (physiological) - (820)
   Cladosporium leaf spot - (814)
Petunia - Black root rot - (822)
   Pythium root rot - (825)
   Rhizoctonia stem rot and crown rot - (817), (820), (825)
Phlox - INSV - (816)
   Oedema - (821)
   Powdery mildew - (820)
Poinsettia - Pythium root rot - (832)
   Rhizoctonia crown rot - (825)
Rose - Black spot - (824)
   Mosaic virus - (828)
   Rosette - (814), (816)
Snapdragon - Rhizoctonia root/stem rot - (823)
Vinca - Botrytis blight - (816)
   Phoma stem blight - (832)
   Phytophthora aerial blight - (817)
Genetic control of Diseases - 807

FRUIT

Apple -
   Bitter rot - (825), (827)
  Cedar apple rust - 812, (820), (825)
  Fire blight - 805
   Freeze injury - (807)
   Frogeye leaf spot - (812), 814, (815)
   Pythium root rot - (817)
   Scab - 805, (814), (822), (826)
  White rot - (813), (822)
Blackberry -
  Cane blight - (822)
  Orange rust - (814)
   Rust - (812)
Blueberry -
   Phytophthora Root Rot (803)
Cherry -
   Bacterial canker - (813), (820)
   Bacterial leaf spot - (818)
   Crown Rot - 819
   Freeze injury - (821)
   Leaf spot - (823)
   Powdery mildew - (820)
Grape -
  Anthracnose - (820)
  Black rot - (813), (816), (818), (820), (821)
  Disease management with Abound - 800
  Powdery mildew - (825)
Nectarine -
  Peach leaf curl - (814)
Peach -
  Brown rot - (818), (823), (824)
  Brown rot blossom blight - 805
  Freeze injury - (821)
  Leaf curl - (808), (810), (813), (814)
   Scab - (820)
Pears -
   Bacterial blight - (815)
  Freeze Injury - (809)
Plum -
  Black knot - 800, 805
  Brown rot blossom blight - 805
  Freeze injury - (807), (809)
  Plum pockets - (814)
Raspberry -
   Anthracnose - (816), (822)
  Septoria leaf spot - (821), (822)
Strawberry -
  Black root rot - (820)
  Common leaf spot - (817), (829)
  Fruit rots - 810
  Leaf scorch - (829)
  Mock-strawberry diseases a threat to strawberries? - 810
   Slime molds - (823)
  Wet weather and disease - 811

FUNGICIDES AND PESTICIDES

Bluestone-lime - 805
Ferbam - 806, 807
Ronilan label changes - 824
Status of Acrobat MZ - 802
Tilt for wheat - 804, 805, 806, 809
Tobacco fungicides require additional and special tests before labeling - 832
Vanguard WG for tree fruits and grapes - 815

GENERAL CROPS

Air pollution injury - 823
Bacterial leaf spot diseases - 823
Emerging plant growth is vulnerable to spring diseases - 806

GREENHOUSE CROPS

Biological control agents - 830
Geraniums -
   Pythium root rot - (806)
Ornamentals -
  Chemical damage - 805
  Sedum Pellicularia crown rot - (806)
Tomato Fusarium crown and root rot - 830

LANDSCAPE TREES AND SHRUBS

Azalea -
  Leaf/flower gall - (812)
   Phytophthora root and stem rot - (824)
Ash -
  Anthracnose - (812), (813)
Austrian Pine -
  Brown spot - (807)
Boxwood -
   Freeze injury - (809)
   Pseudonectria canker - (823), (827)
Beech -
   Hypoxylon canker (805)
Birch -
  Anthracnose - (815)
 &nbspMarssonina leaf spot - (823)
Conifer -
  needle problems - 812
 &nbspStress symptoms - (832)
Crabapple -
  Freeze injury (809)
Christmas trees -
   diseases - 808
Disease controls -
   813
Disease resistant trees -
  801
Dogwood -
  Discula anthracnose - (814), (817), (823)
   Powdery mildew - 819, (820), (821), (823)
 &nbspPowdery mildew fungicides - 802
 &nbspSeptoria leaf spot - (823)
 &nbspSpot anthracnose - (813), (814), (817)
Drought and Armillaria root rot may cause tree and shrub decline - 829
Euonymus -
  Freeze injury - (809)
 &nbspPowdery mildew - (814), (817), (832)
Giant Sequoia -
  Botrytis blight - (828)
Holly -
   Freeze injury - (807)
 &nbspScorch and bronzing of foliage - (808)
 &nbspFungal leaf spots - (808)
   Black root rot - (808), (827), (828)
 &nbspOedema - (808)
Hollyhock -
  Rust - (812)
Honeysuckle -
   Phoma stem canker - (815)
Horse Chestnut -
   Guignardia leaf blotch - (826)
 &nbspAnthracnose - (827)
Juniper -
  Cedar apple rust - (808)
   Freeze injury - (809)
   Phomopsis twig blight - (814), (817)
Landscape mushrooms - 830
Landscape plants -
  Powdery mildew -817
Maple -
  Anthracnose - (813), (814), (822), (826), (827)
 &nbspBacterial heat scorch - (825)
 &nbspLeaf blister - (826)
 &nbspVerticillium wilt - (827)
 &nbspDying in the landscape - 820
Mahonia -
   Powdery mildew - (816)
Mulberry -
  Cercosporella leaf spot - (825)
Lilac -
  Powdery mildew - (832)
Oak -
  Bacterial leaf scorch - (825), (828)
 &nbspPowdery mildew - (832)
Ornamental Pear -
  Fireblight - (816)
Pachysandra -
   Freeze injury - (809)
 &nbspVolutella blight - (824)
Pine -
  Brown spot - (812)
 &nbspCryptodiaporthe canker - (820)
Rain and disease - 811
Redbud -
  Cercosporella leaf spot - (825)
Scots Pine -
  Pine wilt nematode - (820)
Sycamore -
  Anthracnose - (812), (813)
Spring disease control reminders - 803
Spring disease progress - 809
Spring freeze and disease - 804
Spruce -
  Rhizosphaera needle cast - (812)
Taxus -
  Scorch and bronzing of foliage - (808)
Tree leaf spot diseases - 799
Trees and shrubs -
  Dying in the landscape? - 827
  Yellowing in the landscape - 818
Taxus -
   Scorch and bronzing of foliage - (808)
Viburnum -
  Southern blight - (824)
   Phyllosticta, Cercosporella, Heterosporium - (824)
White Pine -
   Atropellis canker - (824)
   Decline - (805)
 &nbspOzone injury - (823)
 &nbspRoot decline - 815, (816), (823), (829)
Walnut -
  Anthracnose - (827)
Willow -
  Cryptodiaporthe canker - (820)

LAWN AND TURF

Bentgrass -
  Anthracnose - (821)
 &nbspBio-Trek biological fungicide - 804
 &nbspBrown patch - (803), (816)
Bluegrass -
   Anthracnose - (805)
Fescue -
   Brown patch - (820), (821)
 &nbspDrechslera leaf spot - (806)
 &nbspPink snow mold - (806)
 &nbspMowing height and brown patch - 806
 &nbspPrinciples of Disease Management in the Home Lawn - 808
 &nbspRed thread - (813)
 &nbspSeptoria leaf spot - (806)
Ryegrass -
  Gray leaf spot - (820), (827)
 &nbspPythium blight - (816), (821)
 &nbspSeptoria leaf spot - (806)
"Safe-T Green 18" and "SM-9," poor results - 811
Turfgrass -
  Anthracnose - (823), (827)
 &nbspBrown patch - (823), (824), (827)
 &nbspBio-Trek biological fungicide - 804
 &nbspPythium blight - (824)
 &nbspRed thread - (817)
 &nbspStress related damage (Curvularia) - (824)
 &nbspSummer patch - (823), (827)

MISCELLANEOUS

Gingseng -
  Alternaria blight - (824)
Rosemary -
   Botrytis blight - (816)
Thyme -
  Rhizoctonia stem canker - (816)

SMALL GRAINS

Oats - Cold injury (810)

SOYBEANS

Anthracnose - (829)
Brown spot - (821), (828)
Charcoal rot - (829)
Chemical injury - (824)
Cyst nematode - (828)
Downy mildew - (826), (827)
Frogeye leaf spot - (827), (828), (829)
Increased doublecrop yields - 806
Internet eeb sites of interest - 827
Mosaic virus - (827)
Nutritional problems - (828)
Phytophthora root rot - 824, (821), (823), (824)
Premature death - 828
Pythium root rot - (819)
Rhizoctonia root and stem rot - (818), (819), (820), (821)
Slime molds - (823)
Stem canker - (821), 826, (826), (827), (828), (829)
Sudden death syndrome - (823), (825), 826, (826), (827), (828)

TOBACCO

1998 Chemical control options - 801, 802, 805, 806, 807, 811, 812, 815, 816
Anthracnose - (824)
Angular leaf spot - (818), (819), 820, (820), (822), (823), (824)
Bacterial hollow stalk - (821), 822, (825), (826)
Bacterial leaf spot - 807, (807)
Black shank - 799, 813, (816), (817), (818), 819, (819), (820), (821), (822), 823, (823), (824), (825), 826, (826), (827), (828)
Blackleg bacterial rot - (812), (813), (814), (815), (816), (817)
Blue mold - (809), (810), 811, (812), (814), 815, (815), (817), (818), (819), (820), (821), (822), (823), (824), (826), 827, (827), (828), 829, 830
Blue mold current status - 807, 809, 810, 811,812, 813, 814, 815, 816, 817, 818, 819, 820, 821, 822, 823, 824, 825, 826
Blue mold web page - 811
Chlorox injury (809)
Cold Injury - (806)
Disease reduction in transplant production systems - 800
Fertilizer burn - (812)
Float tray treatments - 803, 804, 832
Frenching - (821), (824)
Frogeye leaf spot - (819), (820), (822), (824), (825), (826)
Fusarium wilt - (818), (819), (821), (823), (824), (825), (826)
Greenhouse solarization - 820
Hail damage - (819)
Heat Injury - (808)
Herbicide injury - (817)
High alkalinity - (812)
Lightning damage - (821)
Manganese toxicity - (818)
Nutritional problems - (824)
Ozone damage - (821), (823), (824)
Pythium root rot - (806), (812), (814), (815), (816)
Plug-Plant Diseases - 806
Rhizoctonia Damping off, stem rot and soreshin - (806), (809), (810), (812), (813), (814), (818), (819), (820), (821), (822), (823), (824), (825)
Rhizoctonia Target spot - (810), (812), (813), (818), (820), (821), (822), (823), (824), (825)
Root knot nematode - (821), (822), (823), (824)
Sclerotinia collar rot - (810), (812), (813)
Seedling damage with bleached-trays - 803
Slug damage (809)
Soil fumigation - 799
Soluble salts injury - (809)
Sunscald - (808)
Temporary phosphorus deficiency - (812)
Transplant shock - (821)
Viruses (AMV, TEV, TMV, TRSV), (TSWV) - (816), (817), (824), (826), (827)
Wet soils and related problems - (817), (818), 819, (819), 822, (824)

VEGETABLE TRANSPLANTS

Chemical damage - (805)
Diseases moving in retail sales - 813

VEGETABLES

Bean -
  Anthracnose - (824), (829)
  Common bacterial blight - (824), (829)
  Isariopsis leaf spot - (823)
  Rhizoctonia stem canker -(817), (820), (821),(823)
Broccoli -
  Alternaria leaf spot - (828)
  Wirestem - (828)
Cabbage -
  Bacterial soft rot - (821), (824)
  Black rot - (820), (821)
Cantaloupe -
  Fusarium stem and root rot - (817)
Cucurbits -
  Bacterial wilt - (826)
  Downy mildew - (826)
  Powdery mildew - (826)
Cucumber -
  Fusarium stem and root rot - (817), (824)
  Anthracnose - (821), (822)
  Bacterial wilt - (821), (823)
  Bacterial spot - (824), (825)
Gourd -
   Anthracnose - (822)
Kale -
  Black rot - (807)
Peas -
  Rhizoctonia stem rot - (810)
Pepper -
   Alternaria fruit rot - (828)
  Anthracnose - (825)
  Bacterial spot - (824), (825), 828
  Fusarium stem and root rot (824)
  Fusarium wilt - (825)
  Sclerotinia - (812)
  Southern stem blight - (823), (827)
  Rhizoctonia root/stem rot - (823)
Pumpkin -
   Bacterial wilt - (827)
  Downy mildew - 825, (825)
  Fusarium crown and stem rot - (827)
   Powdery mildew - 824
Squash -
  Bacterial wilt - (821)
Tomato -
  Bacterial canker - (818), (822), (823)
  Bacterial speck - (814), (821), (824)
   Bacterial spot - (813), (818)
   Bacterial wilt - (824)
  Blossom end rot - (817)
  Botrytis gray mold - (803)
  Buckeye rot - (818), (822), (823)
  Cat-facing - (817)
  Chemical injury (810)
  Early blight - (816), (817), (821), (822), (824)
  Fusarium crown and root rot - (817), 830
  Fusarium stem rot - (822)
  Heat injury (808)
  Home garden diseases - 822
  Late blight - (817)
  Leaf mold - (832)
  Nutrient deficiencies (810)
  Powdery mildew - (803)
  Pseudomonas-type leaf spot - (817), (818)
  Pythium root rot - (812)
   Rhizoctonia stem rot - (820)
   Root knot nematode - (825)
  Sclerotinia collar rot - (814)
  Septoria leaf spot - (820), (822), (824), (826)
   Southern stem blight - (817)
  Stretching (810)
  Sunscald (808)
  Tomato mosaic virus - (822), (825)
  Walnut wilt - (822)
Vegetables -
  Sanitation in the home garden - 832
Watermelon -
  Bacterial wilt - (828)

WHEAT

Bacterial streak - (812)
Barley yellow dwarf virus - (812)
Cold injury - 805, (806), (810)
Current diseases - 810, 812
Fungicides - 804, 805, 806, 809
Glume blotch - (815), (817)
Head scab - (814), (815), (817)
Powdery mildew - (810)
Spindle streak virus - (812)
Yields variable - 819
Tillage following corn: - 827

ENTOMOLOGY

GARDEN AND FIELD CROP PESTS

Alfalfa pests - 824
Alfalfa weevil - 799, 802, 803, 804, 808
Allegheny mound ants - 825
Aphids - 799, 803, 804, 809, 807, 809, 810, 812, 818, 825, 829
Armyworm - 807, 812, 813
Bean leaf beetle - 811, 816
Bees - 823
Beet armyworm moth - 817
Beneficial insects - 824
Blister beetle - 821
Bran bug - 800
Bt corn - 803, 811, 830, 831, 833
Bt sweet corn - 805
Bumble bee - 822
Cereal leaf beetle - 810
Colorado potato beetle - 825
Common stalk borer - 818
Confused flour beetle - 800
Corn earworms - 823, 826
Corn flea beetles - 809
Corn leaf aphids - 818
Corn rootworm - 830
Crickets - 824
Cutworms - 802, 805, 807, 808, 811, 814, 830
Effects of temperature - 804
European corn borer - 814, 816, 817, 818, 825, 830, 833
Fall armyworm - 817, 818, 821, 823, 824, 829, 830
Fall clean-up - 827, 829
Float plant pests - 810, 811
Float tray fumigation - 832
Flour Beetle - 800
Freeze damage and insects - 805
Grain prices vs. pest management - 830
Grain protectant - 825
Grasshoppers - 816, 818, 820, 824
Green cloverworm - 824
Green lacewing - 824
Greenbug - 810
Greenhouse pesticide application - 806
Hessian fly - 829
Hornets - 822
Indian meal moth - 800
Insects in greenhouses - 802
Japanese beetle - 819, 820
Lady beetles - 824
Leafhopper - 805
Leftover grain - 809
Lesser grain borers - 801
Methyl bromide - 832
Mexican bean beetle - 824
Millipedes - 801
Moisture and insects - 832
Monitoring Devices (greenhouses/float beds) - 802
No-till tobacco - 808
Palestripped flea beetles - 814
Paper wasps - 822
Pea aphids - 808, 810
Pill bugs - 801
Plastic on ground - 801
Potato leafhopper - 805, 812, 816, 817
Red flour Beetle - 800
REGENT - 800
Shore flies - 810, 811
Slugs - 801, 807, 808
Sorghum headfeeders 823
Sorghum midge - 821
Southern corn rootworm beetles - 824
Southwestern corn borer - 816, 817, 818, 822, 827, 829
Soybean podworm - 826
Spider mites - 807
Spittlebugs - 810
Squash bug - 818, 823
Squash vine borer - 818, 823
StarLink BT corn - 813
Stink bugs - 804, 816, 819, 827
Stored grain - 799, 800, 812, 817, 832
Thistle head weevil - 807
Tobacco aphids - 818, 825
Tobacco budworms - 816, 819, 820, 821
Tobacco, early insects - 814
Tobacco flea beetles - 812, 816
Tobacco fungicides - 832
Tobacco hornworm - 816, 817, 819, 825
Tobacco pests - 801, 816, 817
Transplant water treatments - 800
Variegated cutworms - 810
Wasps - 823
Waterfleas - 810
Wheat insects - 799
Wireworms - 808, 814
Yellow striped armyworm - 818
Yellow sugarcane aphid - 810
Yellowjackets - 822

HOUSEHOLD PESTS

Ants - 819
Birds - 812
Camel crickets - 830
Carpenter ants - 799, 813, 831
Carpenter bees - 814
Carpet beetles - 799, 832
Centipedes - 831
Clothes moths - 832
Crickets - 826
Drugstore beetles - 799
Fabric pests - 832
Firewood pests - 803, 831
Fleas - 811, 823
Fogger (total release) - 831
Foreign grain beetle - 799, 824
Fruit flies - 829
Ground beetles -813, 831
Indian meal moth - 799
Lady beetles - 829, 831
Larger yellow ant - 799
Mice - 830
Millipedes - 799, 820
Pest-proof your home - 828
Pillbugs - 820, 831
Scorpions - 831
Sowbugs - 820, 831
Spiders - 831
Termites - 799, 805, 807, 824, 831
Wet weather pests - 820
Wood boring beetles -831
Wood cockroaches - 831
Yellowjackets - 827

HUMAN PUBLIC HEALTH PESTS

Birds - 812
Head lice - 799
Lone star tick - 799
Tick - 808, 809, 810
Yellowjackets - 827

LANDSCAPE, TURF, FRUIT

Ants swarmers - 825
Apple insects - 812
Bagworms - 814
Boxwood psyllids - 806
Bronze birch - 814
Bug Zappers - 813
Calico Scale - 812
Cicada killer wasps - 823, 824
Cidadas - 808, 813
Clover mites - 808
Codling moth - 812, 826
Dogwood borers - 814
Dogwood sawfly - 821
Earthworms castings - 801
Eastern tent caterpillars - 806, 807
Fall webworms - 827
Flatheaded apple tree borer - 814
Flies - 814
Four-lined plant bug - 815
Fungus-kllled flies - 814
Galls - 812
Gall mites - 814
Giant cateripllars - 825
Green June beetles - 822
Ground bees - 807
Gypsy moth - 800
Hawthorn lace bug - 810
Holly leafminers - 810
Honey locust borer - 814
Honeylocust plant bugs - 810
Japanese beetles - 818, 822
Less peachtree borer - 810
Lilac borer - 810
Locust leafminer - 813
Maple bladder galls - 814
Oystershell scale - 810
Pine needle scale - 810
Pine sawflies - 830
Plant bug - 815
Plum curculio - 810, 812
Rosy apple aphids - 809
Saddleback caterpillars - 824
San Jose scale - 801
Sod webworms - 816
Spider mites - 809
Ticks - 809, 810
Wheel bugs - 824
White grubs - 816, 823, 826
Yucca plant bug - 815

LIVESTOCK

Cattle grubs - 822
Cattle eartags - 808
Cydectin - 812
Darkling beetle - 800
Deer fly - 812
Face fly - 806, 815, 816
Feed additive insecticides - 816
Fly control - 802, 803, 806
FQPA - 814
Hog lice - 833
Horn fly - 806, 807, 812, 816
Horse bots - 831
Horse fly - 812, 817
Lesser beetle - 800
Lice - 799, 801
Litter beetle - 799, 800
Mange mite - 833
Pasture fly control - 802, 803
Rat-tailed maggot - 818

VEGETABLES

Beet armyworm - 817, 829
Beneficials - 824
Bt sweet corn - 805
Cabbage looper - 827, 829
Clean up - 827, 829
Colorado potato beetle - 825
Common stalk borer - 829
Corn earworm - 826
Cutworms - 829
Diamondback moth - 827, 829
European corn borer - 827, 829
Flea beetle - 827, 829
Imported cabbageworm - 827, 829
Mexican bean beetle - 827, 829
Squash bug - 818, 823, 827, 829
Squash pests - 818, 823, 829
Squash vine borer - 818, 823, 827, 829
Stink bugs - 804, 826
Tobacco hornworm - 827, 829
Tomato fruitworm - 826
Tomato hornworm - 827, 829
Two-spotted spidermite - 827
Wireworm - 829

MISCELLANEOUS

1997 top 10 list - 799
Blue mold web page - 811
Bug zappers - 813
Entfacts available on Web - 810, 811
Temperature and insect development - 802, 803, 804
Weather and insect development - 817, 825
Web sites - 800

PESTICIDE INFORMATION

1996 Kentucky pesticide sales - 804
24c herbicides Transplant water treatments - 800, 804
Annual report - 810
EPA criminal prosecutions - 800
Eudosolfan - 806
Food quality protection act - 806
Frogs & toads - 822
Greenhouse pesticide application - 806
Joint review - 810
Kentucky sales survey - 804
Label changes - 824
Labels available on internet - 799
Malathion - 826
Mesurol 50 HBT 24 - 809, 809
Methyl parathion - 806
Methyl bromide - 804, 805, 832
News - 826, 831, 832
Orthene 75S - 800
Penalty for mislabeling - 810
Pesticide use violations - 800, 806
Pesticide collection & disposal - 799
Pesticides and child safety - 831
Phosphide bait - 801
Private applicator recordkeepping - 808
REGENT - 800
Respirator changes - 810
SpinTor - 810
Synthetic pyrethroid - 799
Transporting pesticide containers - 803
Vehicle safety - 802
Warrior 1E - 802

NOTE: Trade names are used to simplify the information presented in this newsletter. No endorsement by the Cooperative Extension Service is intended, nor is criticism implied of similar products that are not named.

Lee Townsend
Extension Entomologist

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