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  • Cole Crops Disorder: Blackleg
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    Cole Crops Disorder: Blackleg

    Author(s) Karen Delahaut, Walt Stevenson Once a very destructive disease, blackleg of cole crops has become less important with the introduction o...

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  • Cole Crops Disorder: Black Rot
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    Cole Crops Disorder: Black Rot

    Author(s) Karen Delahaut, Walt Stevenson Black rot is one of the most serious diseases of cole crops. Learn about black rot's life cycle, how it a...

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  • Caterpillar Pests of Cole Crops
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    Caterpillar Pests of Cole Crops

    Author(s) Karen A. Delahaut This fact sheet covers the imported cabbageworm, the cabbage looper, and the diamondback moth. Scouting tips and effec...

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  • Carrot Diseases: Alternaria and Cercospora Leaf Blights
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    Carrot Diseases: Alternaria and Cercospora Leaf Blights

    Author(s) Karen Delahaut, Walt Stevenson Alternaria and Cercospora leaf blights are common fungal diseases of carrot leaves and petioles. Learn ab...

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  • Caring for Your Established Shade Trees
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    Caring for Your Established Shade Trees

    Author(s) E. R. Hasselkus Losing a large shade tree can be a downer. This fact sheet will tell you how to minimize chances that a big old friend ...

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  • Caring for Deciduous Shrubs
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    Caring for Deciduous Shrubs

    Author(s) E. R. Hasselkus Here's sound advice on planting, watering, mulching, pruning, and maintaining flowering shrubs and other woody plants (...

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  • Cabbage Maggot
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    Cabbage Maggot

    Author(s) K. A. Delahaut Cabbage maggots are insects that damage cole crops by feeding on the plants roots and lower stems. Wounds produced by thi...

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  • Black Cutworms in Golf Course Turf
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    Black Cutworms in Golf Course Turf

    Author(s) R. Chris Williamson Black cutworm is the most destructive of all cutworm species that attack turfgrasses. It is considered a major pest ...

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  • Black Cutworm
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    Black Cutworm

    Author(s) Karen Delahaut Black cutworm larvae are active nighttime feeders, clipping many seedlings at or below the soil line. They prefer beets, ...

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  • Birch Leafminer
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    Birch Leafminer

    Author(s) P. J. Pellitter Birch leafminers are insects that can destroy the leaves of all ornamental birch varieties grown in Wisconsin. European,...

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  • Birch Disorder: Bronze Birch Borer
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    Birch Disorder: Bronze Birch Borer

    Author(s) R. C. Williamson, P. J. Pellitteri The bronze birch borer is a serious pest of birch trees in the Midwest. It can severely injure or kil...

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  • Biological Control of Insect Pests of Cabbage and Other Crucifers
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    Biological Control of Insect Pests of Cabbage and Other Crucifers

    Author(s) Susan E. Rice Mahr, Daniel L. Mahr, Jeffrey A. Wyman This detailed publication will help you better understand, plan, and conduct biologi...

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  • Beet Disorder: Cercospora Leaf Spot
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    Beet Disorder: Cercospora Leaf Spot

    Author(s) Karen Delahaut, Walt Stevenson Cercospora leaf spot is the most prevalent and devastating disease of the table beet in Wisconsin. This f...

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  • Barrel Composter
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    Barrel Composter

    Author(s) Joe Van Rossum Home composting is an easy and inexpensive way to create a valuable soil amendment from yard and household waste such as ...

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  • Aster Leafhopper
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    Aster Leafhopper

    Author(s) K. A. Delahaut Aster leafhoppers feed on vegetables, field crops, flowers and weeds, spreading aster yellows disease. Learn when to scou...

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  • Assessing the Decay Potential of Potato Crops
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    Assessing the Decay Potential of Potato Crops

    Author(s) Zahi K. Atallah, Walter R. Stevenson Potato tubers may become infected in the field but show no symptoms for days, or even weeks, after ...

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  • Asparagus Beetle
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    Asparagus Beetle

    Author(s) K. A. Delahaut The common and spotted asparagus beetle are common pests in Wisconsin. This fact sheet details the insects' life cycle, t...

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  • Ash Plant Bug
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    Ash Plant Bug

    Author(s) P. J. Pellitteri, C. F. Koval A small insect called the ash plant bug attacks ash trees in June and July, causing thin, discolored, spot...

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  • Apple, Flowering Crab, Hawthorn, Juniper Disorder: Cedar-Rust Complex
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    Apple, Flowering Crab, Hawthorn, Juniper Disorder: Cedar-Rust Complex

    Author(s) M. F. Heimann, G. L. Worf Cedar-rust complex is caused by a fungus that requires two hosts—juniper plus apple, crabapple, hawthorn, or ...

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  • Apple Disorder: Sooty Blotch and Flyspeck
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    Apple Disorder: Sooty Blotch and Flyspeck

    Author(s) P. S. McManus, M. F. Heimann Sooty blotch and flyspeck are separate diseases that often occur together on apple and pear fruit during l...

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  • Analysis of the Snap Bean Root Rot Potential of Wisconsin Fields
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    Analysis of the Snap Bean Root Rot Potential of Wisconsin Fields

    Author(s) K. M. Kobriger, D. J. Hagedorn, W. R. Stevenson  Bean root rot is one of the most destructive diseases of commercially grown snap beans ...

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