and in some field crops also. In June-July 2003, coleus grown in Vilupuram, Salem and Erode districts of Tamil Nadu suffered heavy losses due to a disease. Soil and root samples from 29 greenhouses were taken in January and June 2016 and the nematode control methods were followed in these greenhouses. Coleus Pinkplosion is a stunning plant with beautiful patterns and colors on its leaves. time to determine and compare the virulence of the fungal and oomycete isolates, and to determine the effect of temperature on virulence of these isolates in terms of disease severity on strawberry plants. None of the accessions of sections Corollinae and Procumbentes exhibited any notable resistance to Rhizoctonia. Roots are discolored (brown) and water soaked. This causes a stunting of the plant’s growth and can kill the plant if left untreated. Soggy soils encourage the growth and multiplication of Pythium, Phytophthora, Rhizoctonia, or Fusarium fungi which spreads into the roots, infecting plants. For a vigorous plant like coleus, root rots are uncommon. Rooted cuttings of 'Colorburst Violet' were artificially inoculated with isolates from Phytophthora, Pythium, Verticillium and Botrytis. These plants are versatile, low-maintenance, and, again, very beautiful. The fungus was out in Serik, Antalya, Turkey and it was aimed to determine root-knot nematodes and soil-borne pathogens and to evaluate the effective nematode control methods. portion. from one crop are not carried over to another crop. Because of this, they are gaining popularity as indoor-grown container plants. Experiments have been continued in the greenhouse for the purpose of determining the fundamental factor or factors causing these physiological disorders, so that the efficiency and effectiveness of the control method may be improved by a better understanding of the fundamental causal factors. The roots rotted. It appears that disease causing organisms that have potential to decrease plant quality and growth are already present in the greenhouse. Root Rot Rhizoctonia solani, Phytophthora spp., and Pythium spp. Effect of plant age and weather parameters on observed were yellowing and drooping of the leaves (Fig. phaseolina inoculum. Dry soil will result in wilting. In this communication, we first time reported sustainable management of Macrophomina phaseolina root rot in C. forskohlii via Ultraviolet-C … Neither pathogen was isolated from the rooted poinsettia cuttings tested. As the roots decay, they turn brown and slimy and can no longer absorb nutrients for the plant. Journal of Materials and Environmental Science. Kaliumfosfiet was niet fytotoxisch voor de rassen Brono en Kerincie. Downy mildew is more common in greenhouses, where humidity is high. After laboratory tests, experiments have been carried out over a 9-year period, with good results, on several Trichoderma species and strains in relation to practically all glasshouse crops (capsicum, lettuce, tomato, ornamentals, etc.) Debris from greenhouse floors yielded four species of Pythium as well as Rhizoctonia solani. Managing Botrytis in Greenhouse-Grown Flower Crops. We firstly determined the virulence of these isolates at 22°C, F. oxysporum severely affected crown, crown vascular and root tissues, resulting in the rapid wilting and death of strawberry plants; binucleate Rhizoctonia, particularly AG-A, also caused severe disease on roots and crowns, resulting in the eventual death of plants; C. destructans, P. exigua, G. fructicola, P. cactorum and P. ultimum caused variable levels of symptoms on crowns and roots, and while generally less virulent compared with F. oxysporum and Rhizoctonia, still severely retarded the growth and development of inoculated plants. Symptoms include rapidly yellowing leaves, mouldy soil, stunted growth and a rotten brown base. (Shyla, 1998). Riker AJ, Riker RS, 1933. The symptoms observed were yellowing and drooping of the leaves (Fig. All isolates from infected plants were recovered and identities confirmed. In vitro virulence study showed the requirement of both the enzymes for complete expression of rot symptoms on Coleus plants. The obtained species could be classified into three groups: (a) Well-known and economically important pathogens of beet, (b) Commonly abundant phyllosphere those considered as primary saprobes and minor pathogens and (c) Species that are occasionally present in beet. It is necessary to investigate the timing of planting, or the virulence of the population in the greenhouses. However, all sections Procumbentes and some sections Corollinae (4%) accessions were highly resistant to Rhizomania. The symptoms observed were yellowing and drooping of the leaves, blackening of the stem, rotting of the root, basal stem and peeling of stem bark and root epidermis. Oakland, CA. Comparison of Serological and Culture Plate Methods for Detecting Species of Phytophthora, Pythium,... Uitval bij kalanchoë : inventarisatie van oorzaak van uitval : testen van kaliumfosfiet tegen Phytop... Microbial control of soil‐borne pathogens in Hungary, Isolation and characterization of fungi from sugar beet roots samples collected from Morocco. In book: Handbook of Florists' Crops Diseases (pp.1-15). In een kasproef is de GNO kaliumfosfiet getest op effectiviteit tegen Phytophthora. Resistance to Rhizoctonia was also found in section Beta (5¿7%), depending on whether field or glasshouse tests were used, but there was little evidence of generally high levels of resistance to Rhizomania among accessions of this section. A fungus was isolated aseptically from diseased parts on Potato Avoid over-watering, as coleus can develop root rot and fungus diseases quickly in poorly drained soil. the use of infested soil, contaminated tools, infected cuttings, and contaminated irrigation water. The purpose of this paper is to point out and evaluate the major fundamental causes of the disorders so that application of proper measures can be Florida Agricultural Experiment Station Journal, series No. In the initial screening experiments, two BNR isolates reduced emergence, but in all subsequent experiments using three BNR isolates alone, there were no negative effects on germination. The mycelium was initially hyaline and later Management Dipping stem cuttings in Pseudomonas fluorescens @ 2 g/1 lit of water for 20 minutes followed by drenching with P. fluorescens @ 2 g/1 lit on 30 days after planting. phaseolina (Dhingra & Sinclair, 1973). More than one soil-borne pathogen was detected in the samples which had high gal index. Non-challenged plants had healthy root systems with an abundance of primary, secondary, and tertiary roots. 2), rotting of the root, basal Overwatering the plant causes root rot. 2), rotting of the root, basal stem and bark peeling of the stem (Fig. However, it seems that 3 nematode control methods application increased the cost of combat. chlamydosporum was reported for the first time from Karnataka, India Root rot pathogens survive in the greenhouse in soil particles or plant parts clinging to containers, benches, walkways, and equipment. The pots were kept at 35°C (Jha & Dubey, 1998). phaseolina which is reported in India. Pythium and Phytophthora root rots. South India for the extraction of 'Forskolin': a labdane diterpene. Alternaria spp., Phytium spp., Rhizoctonia spp., Verticillium spp., Botrytis spp., Macrophoma spp., Fusarium oxyporium lycopersici, Fusarium solani and Conidiobulus spp. Er kunnen over de effectiviteit van kaliumfosfiet geen uitspraken worden gedaan omdat de planten in de proef, ook de onbehandelde besmette planten, niet werden aangetast. The symptoms In fact, in most cases, plant roots that remain in soggy soil will start to rot which is appropriately called "root rot." Thus the present study established the adaptive, substrate dependent expression of the two enzymes by the fungus and also their involvement in the root rot … Through forskolin, Coleus forskohlii supplementation may increase testosterone, and protect against cancer and inflammation. Why is my coleus plant dying? This new viroid, tentatively referred to as coleus blumei viroid 6 (CbVd-6), appears to have arisen from a natural recombination event or genome shuffling. Individuals with high levels of resistance to Rhizomania were identified from within some section Beta and Corollinae accessions, in which there was evidence of segregation. If plants are infected at a later growth stage, leaves start to discolor and blight (rapid tissue death). or height of soybean plants, and there was no evidence of pathogenicity. (Fig. Since the fungus that causes gray mold depends on water to germinate on the plant surface, increasing air circulation through fans and reducing the relative humidity by venting or heating (depending on outside temperatures) will help prevent condensation of water on plant surfaces and thereby reduce the occurrence of gray mold. To confirm pathogenicity, 25-30 days old seedlings were planted in Keywords: Meloidogyne, pathogen, solarization, resistance variety, nematicide, Fusarium spp. 531. necrotic yellow vein virus (BNYVV), a furovirus transmitted by the plasmodiophorid Polymyxa betae. Botrytis but ineffective against Rhizoctonia. 1), blackening Root rot is a common issue among specimens sat in too dark environments with prolonged soil moisture. 3). Inoculated plants The main bioactive ingredient in Coleus forskohlii is called forskolin. Only 8 farmers using solarization (S), nematicide (N) and nematode resistance variety (RN) were determined. Root-rot caused by Macrophomina phaseolina has also been reported in Coleus forskohlii. We observed a 12 to >80% decrease in root fresh weight in symptomatic plants compared to plants that showed no disease symptoms. Wash the pot with a mild bleach solution to avoid spreading the problem to any other plants. Symptoms Symptoms include dying growing tips and bushy, stunted growth; extreme cases may prevent fruit set.Crop-specific symptoms include: Apple- interacting with calcium, may display as "water core", internal areas appearing frozen Beetroot- rough, cankered patches on roots, internal brown rot. This is the same Botrytis that infects a wide range of floriculture crops producing gray masses of powdery spores. It is emphasized at this point that the above is the result of one year's work, and that con firmation of these findings is essential before final conclusions can be drawn. Charity No. the symptoms and mycelial characters, the fungus was identified as Macrophomina Thus the present study established the adaptive, substrate dependent expression of the two enzymes by the fungus and also their involvement in the root rot … Henna coleus by Serres FortierWater the plant only when: The soil looks dry. Soil steaming is very expensive, while methyl bromide and other soil disinfectants are harmful for the environment and especially for the soil microflora. In vegetable transplants, Botrytis is a threat when plants grow and form a canopy of leaves keeping the relative humidity high which favors disease. The writers are not prepared to make official recommendations at the present time, but would be glad to dis cuss the problem with the growers at their re quest. 5). In the mean time, however, it might well pay the grower to re-evaluate his spray program in the light of the evidence presented here. BNR isolates in the presence of AG-4 and AG-2-2 was also studied using three isolates of BNR, BNR-4, BNR-8-2, and BNR-8-3, and seven soybean cultivars. I got busy and let a few of my plants get away from me. In vitro virulence study showed the requirement of both the enzymes for complete expression of rot symptoms on Coleus plants. Make sure to fertilize just once a month with a balanced all … Coleus forskohlii is an herb historically used in Ayurveda (Ayurvedic medicine). Control of root rotting pathogens can best be carried out by relying heavily on sanitation measures. The root dysfunction is the primary symptom while … pots containing 100 parts of sterilized soil and 1 part of M. Leaves yellow and wilt Plants are stunted The base of the stem may turn brown and crack Roots have brown sunken areas and lack root hairs Disease common in wet, poorly drained soil Lab analysis needed to Recently, a wilt disease of C. forskohlii caused by Fusarium BNRs were consistently isolated from hypocotyls and roots, indicating colonization of tissues was associated with control. Root rot: Rhizoctonia bataticola Symptom Discolouration and rotting of roots are the prominent symptoms. Location of, Jha AK, Dubey SC, 1998. Isolates belonging to the genera Fusarium (18 isolates), Pythium (12 isolates) and Alternaria (9 isolates) were dominant. Cylindrocladium root rot symptoms show primarily in warm seasons of the year: in culture, the fungus grows best at 77 to 86 F. Cylindrocladium root rot on azalea leads to defoliation. Coleus plants exhibiting disease symptoms were observed in New York and Louisiana in 2005 and ... Seedling damping-off and root and crown rot are commonly caused by Pythium spp. Soilborne diseases are complex … High efficacy results have been obtained in S + RN or S + N or S + N + RN applications. The British Society for Plant Pathology is a registered charity and a limited company. Coleus forskohlii is susceptible to root rot disease that reduces yield of root specific metabolite forskolin. To the best of our knowledge, this is a new host for M. Coleus grow readily in rich to poor soils—ranging from peaty sand to rocky clay—but prefer moist, well-drained soil. UC ANR Publication 3392. Sclerotia were minute, black, round to The roots then die back due to lack of oxygen or the overgrowth of a soil fungus. Greenhouse managers and clinicians should be aware that Calibrachoa is susceptible to several important plant pathogens and should scout regularly for themin order to exclude them as much as possible from their production systems. New Disease Reports is an international online peer-reviewed journal published by the British Society for Plant Pathology (BSPP). It was observed that most of the farmers were doing solarization and it was seen as a successful nematode control method. If you have bacterial root rot or fungal wilt, destroy the plant and the soil. The most commonly seen problem with coleus is root rot, caused by overwatering, especially in the winter months. These may originate in the leaves where bacteria enter and migrate to the bulb or rhizome or directly at the storage organ. One year after detecting a mixed infection of coleus blumei viroid 1 (CbVd-1) and 5 (CbVd-5) in coleus seedlings inoculated with these two viroids, we found an additional viroid-like RNA. Rhizoctonia and Alternaria, cause increasing problems, especially at sites where there has been intensive continuous cropping for many years. cause root rot in many legumes, cereals, oilseeds and fibre crops. ©2000-2020 BSPP 3576579. Trees and shrubs may die more slowly. These BNR isolates may have potential use in management of R. soloni in soybean, but will require rigorous testing under field conditions and more extensive studies of their biology. The root rot pathogen M. Phaseolina was isolated from coleus plants showing typical root rot symptoms and pure cultures of the pathogen were obtained by the single hyphal tip method [6]. A closer inspection of the stem revealed blackened tissue at the base. Sequence analysis revealed a viroid of 342 nucleotides that contains the central conserved region of coleviroids and is a chimera of the left half of CbVd-3 and the right half of CbVd-5. In contrast, the control mixed at a ratio of 19:1. be root rot (Pythium, etc). Coleus is a gorgeous type of ornamental plant with a very complicated naming history! Watering early in the day will help ensure that the plants dry by evening, reducing the occurrence of disease. Registered office: c/o Society of Biology, Charles Darwin House, 12 Roger Street, London, WC1N 2JU, UK. All this favours the introduction of biological control against soil-borne plant diseases. Pot plants such as Begonia, Coleus, Cyclamen, Gloxinia and various cacti may suffer considerable damage, severely affected plants appearing discoloured, lacking vigour and wilting under stress. One problem they won't recover from is root rot, so don't grow them in poorly drained areas. Introduction of Research on Plant Disease. The fungi species associated with Moroccan sugar beet root were Fusarium oxysporum, Pythium sp., Alternaria alternata, Botrytis cinerea, Aspergillus niger, Rhizoctonia solani, Rhizopus stolonifera and Penicillium expansum. This could be due to the fact that the nematode control method was notdone at the right time, or an effective dose adjustment and soil application was not done properly. Kaliumfosfiet heeft nog geen toelating als gewasbeschermingsmiddel. Also, remove healthy-appearing plants that are immediately adjacent to the dead plants because the disease may have already spread to them although they are not yet showing symptoms. Botrytis gray mold can infect all vegetable transplants causing an irregular brown spotting or "blight" of leaves and stem cankers. The presence of black sclerotia was observed on the rotted As a result of morphological and molecular diagnosis, 18 samples were identified as Meloidogyne incognita and 4 samples as M. javanica. St. Louis, USA: John Swift Co. Take the plant out of the pot and inspect health below the soil line. Combined applications (S + RN, S + N, S + N + RN) had a high effect to control root-knot nematode. Downy Mildew on Coleus ( Plectranthus scutellarioides ) Caused by Peronospora belbahrii sensu lato in Tennessee, First record of downy mildew, caused by Peronospora belbahrii , on Solenostemon scutellarioides in the UK, First Report of Downy Mildew on Greenhouse and Landscape Coleus Caused by a Peronospora sp. Phytophthora blight and root rot is caused by fungal-like organisms belonging to the genus Phytophthora. 4). Curling leaves is a sign that something is not quite right with your plant and you should look closely for any problems. Your aim should be to keep the soil moist but not wet. If they’re infected by rot, they’ll be limp and dark brown or black. Dextrose Agar (PDA) medium. Based on They are more commonly referred to as water-molds due to their ability to produce asexual, swimming spores in the presence of water. When given by IV: Coleus is POSSIBLY SAFE for most adults when given by IV. This relates to the dominances of these pathogens in the warmer months of the year and, in particular, the dominance of M. phaseolina in the late spring/early summer when temperatures often exceed 30°C. The biocontrol agent P. fluorescens strain Pf1 was obtained from the Isolates of each fungus were able to colonize, but not adversely affect, inoculated plants in pathogenicity studies. A. Kamalakannan 1*, L. Mohan 2, V. Valluvaparidasan 3, P. Mareeswari 3 and R. Karuppiah 3, 1 Agricultural Research Station, Bhavanisagar - 638 451, Tamil Nadu, India2 Horticultural Research Station, Ooty, Tamil Nadu, India3 Department of Plant Pathology , TNAU, Coimbatore- 641 003, Tamil Nadu, India. In several experiments, BNRs alone significantly increased height of plants compared with the noninoculated controls. This syndrome can also occur in vegetable transplants grown indoors and outdoors. Root rot can be reversed if caught early. analyzed for Pythium and Rhizoctonia . These were carried out on ornamentals, on vegetables and on some cereals. Control of R. solani by BNRs was achieved in both a potting soil mix and natural soil. in Louisiana and New York, Sublethal Doses of Mefenoxam Enhance Pythium Damping-off of Geranium, Epidemiology and management of impatiens downy mildew in the United States, The mechanism of spore dispersal in Peronospora tabacina and certain other downy mildew fungi, A revised host index of Mississippi plant diseases, Epidemiology and management of downy mildew, a new pathogen of coleus in the United States, First report of Coleus blumei viroid 5 infection in vegetatively propagated clonal coleus cv. The preparation was especially effective against Fusarium spp. Coleus plant is highly prone to many diseases such as leaf spots, leaf blight, root rot and wilt and root knot (caused by a nematode). survival. Abstract Economic importance and losses, symptoms/damage, pre-disposing factors, epidemiology, survival and spread, and biointensive integrated management of insect and mite pests, fungal, bacterial, viral/mycoplasma diseases, nematode pests, and disease complexes of medicinal crops (coleus, ashwagandha, sarpagandha, aloe, soda apple, kacholam, and henbane) using physical methods, … Thus the present study established the adaptive, substrate dependent expression of the two enzymes by the fungus and also their involvement in the root rot … Evaluation of fungicides and biorational products for management of Pythium and Rhizoctonia damping-off in greenhouse-produced vegetables, Infectious cDNA clones of four viroids in Coleus blumei and molecular characterization of their progeny, Identification and Characterization of a Carlavirus Causing Veinal Necrosis of Coleus, Influence of Environment on Atmospheric Concentrations of Peronospora antirrhini Sporangia in Field-Grown Snapdragon, First Report of Coleus blumei viroid 2 from Commercial Coleus in China, Downy mildew of coleus (Solenostemon scutellarioides) caused by Peronospora sp. Also susceptible to fungal root and stem rot and downy mildew. In vitro virulence study showed the requirement of both the enzymes for complete expression of rot symptoms on Coleus plants. collar rot of Okra caused by. The soil moisture content in the pots was teelt van kalanchoë, vooral in systemen waarbij water zonder ontsmetting wordt gerecirculeerd. If root rot occurs, remove and destroy the diseased plants. If your plant shows these symptoms, dig it up and wash its roots. There was no BNR x cultivar interaction. And we will Northern root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne hapla) is a widely distributed, polyphagous pest in northern Europe; it attacks many different kinds of plant, including various ornamentals. became grey in colour (Fig. medium (Riker & Riker, 1933), with the sand and ground maize grains 1), blackening of the stem (Fig. of Tamil Nadu suffered heavy losses due to a disease. Since 1986, experiments have been done with Finnish-originated strains of Streptomyces griseoviridis, then with the preparation Mycostop which was developed from this actinomycete. Coleus Downy Mildew Update Coleus downy mildew can cause leaf spots, necrotic lesions, leaf twisting, leaf ... nora.catlin@cornell.edu Each spring we see coleus crops suffering from downy mildew. The two farmers used only as RN, but did not seem to provide effective protection. in Florida, Coleus blumei viroid 6: A new tentative member of the genus Coleviroid derived from natural genome shuffling, Primary and secondary structure of a new viroid ‘species’ (CbVd 1) present in the Coleus blumei cultivar ‘Bienvenue’, Disease Management Strategies for Greenhouse and Field, Interaction of calibrachoa and selected root and foliar pathogens in greenhouse settings, Greenhouse Evaluation of Binucleate Rhizoctonia for Control of R. solani in Soybean, EVALUATION OF CONTROL METHODS FOR BLACKHEART OF CELERY AND BLOSSOM- END ROT OF TOMATOES, Sources of resistance to diseases of sugar beet in related Beta germplasm: II. Analysis of resistance data (assessed on an international standardised 1¿9 scale of Resistance Scores) indicated that the highest levels of resistance ({RS} 2) to A. cochlioides and P. ultimum were to be found amongst accessions of the more distantly related sections Corollinae (93% of accessions tested) and Procumbentes (10%), respectively; although useful levels could also be found in the more closely related, and sexually compatible, section Beta (1¿6%). produced typical symptoms on leaves, stem and roots. Plug sheets containing diseased transplants should not be reused. The plants were assessed 30 days after planting. It can cause flushing and low blood pressure. Medicinal coleus (Coleus forskohlii) is a medium sized, Method of pathogen Root Rot Rhizoctonia solani and Pythium spp. 5 μ m. The oospores were not observed in plant tissue. Fungi recovered from the plant, debris, or growing media samples were identified, grown in pure culture, and introduced into susceptible plants ( Vinca minor ) in pathogenicity studies. The pathogen was found to were found on roots. oblong or irregular in shape with mycelial attachment (Fig. In addition there was sunken black lesions further up the stem (Fig. Coleus blumei can be infected by several viroids of the genus Coleviroid. UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines Floriculture and Ornamental Nurseries. Subsequent studies showed that F. oxysporum, Rhizoctonia and M. phaseolina were much more virulent under warmer conditions (>22°C), evident as more severe disease. Thiram, Ten-nam, Vancide 51 and ferbam appeared to re duce disease caused by both organisms. In 1763, coleus was part of the ... whiteflies, and slugs. but also against other pathogens. Coleus forskohlii is susceptible to many diseases, of which root‐rot and wilt are the most important, causing serious losses. Root-knot nematodes were found in 22 samples, while were not found in 7 samples. The symptoms observed are yellowing and drooping of the leaves, blackening of the stem, rotting of the roots and basal stem and peeling of stem bark and root et al., The The inoculum was multiplied in a sand maize Symptoms Symptoms of Phymatotrichum root rot occur most often from June through September after soil temperatures reach 82 F. In row crops, symptoms appear as patches of wilted plants, which rapidly die. plants did not show any symptoms. In June-July 2003, coleus grown in Vilupuram, Salem and Erode districts But if you want to add this plant to your collection, you must know certain things about it. 2). Dhingra OD, Sinclair JB, 1973. Leaves wilt and turn yellow Plants are stunted The base of the stem may turn brown and crack Roots have brown sunken areas and lack root hairs Disease favors cool, wet soil with poor drainage This is the first study to demonstrate that F. oxysporum, binucleate Rhizoctonia and M. phaseolina are the most virulent pathogens causing crown and root diseases of strawberry in W.A., and to show that the virulence of these pathogens is influenced by the prevailing seasonal temperature regime. Root knot nematodes did not seem to be effectively suppressed in the greenhouses where only nematicides were applied. level. consistently re-isolated from infected plant. 1071465. Symptoms expressed in response to infection included interveinal chlorosis of young leaves, wilting and necrotic root tips with fewer or no secondary or tertiary roots. In June–July 2003, coleus grown in Vilupuram, Salem and Erode districts of Tamil Nadu suffered heavy losses due to a disease. It can cause diarrhea, loose stools, and other side effects. Company No. -Gulf Coast Experiment Station Bradenton During the past several years, recommended control methods using calcium (1,2) for blos som-end rot of tomatoes and blackheart of celery have been used by growers in a num ber of states and countries as well as in Flori da. F. oxysporum and Rhizoctonia were most virulent and caused most severe disease at 27°C, but M. phaseolina was most virulent and caused most severe disease at 32°C. Pythium was not found in any of the plug material or in growing media. Several species of Phyophthora are responsible for diseases on ornamentals in greenhouses, nurseries, and landscapes in North Carolina including P. … Rhizoctonia solani was found in 16% of the plug samples and 7% of the growing media samples tested. herbaceous plant native to India, which is intensively cultivated in Healthy roots are crisp and white with white tips. Of these root rot and wilt are the main diseases responsible for causing major loss of tuber yield. HortScience: a publication of the American Society for Horticultural Science. maintained at 40%. Don't compost it. Crown and collar rots occur at the soil line where the plant emerges. With AG-4, BNRs significantly increased emergence and survival of cultivars and reduced disease severity, whereas with AG-2-2, BNRs reduced disease severity. Often a foul smell accompanies a bacterial soft rot infection. Today, Coleus forskohlii is used as a fat burning supplement. Soil-borne diseases. 'Aurora black cherry' in Japan, Characterization of Pythium Species Associated With Greenhouse Floriculture Crops in Michigan, Downy mildew of coleus caused by Peronospora belbahrii in Japan, Identification of a Virus Causing a Mosaic on Coleus, Benzimidazole- and Dicarboximide-Resistant Botrytis cinerea from Pennsylvania Greenhouses, First Report of Coleus blumei viroid Infecting Coleus in India, First Report of Coleus blumei viroid 5 from Coleus blumei in India and Indonesia, First Report of Tobacco etch virus Infection in Coleus in the United States. Specimens sat in too dark environments with prolonged soil moisture presence of black was! Caused by both organisms re duce disease caused by overwatering, especially at sites there.: c/o Society of Biology, Charles Darwin House, 12 Roger,... Diseased transplants should not be reused in colour ( Fig root-rot caused by,... 12 Roger Street, London, WC1N 2JU, UK and stem cankers in! 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