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Managing Bacterial Wilt in Tomatoes with Grafting and a Plant Defense Inducer

Fig. 1: A tomato field in Florida with severe incidence of bacterial wilt. Photo credit: Mathews Paret Sanju Kunwar, Mathews Paret, Jeff Jones, Laura Ritchie, Steve Olson, and Josh Freeman, UF/IFAS NFREC Field tomato production in the southeastern United States is highly affected by bacterial wilt disease caused by Ralstonia solanacearum. In Florida, race 1 …

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Fruit Grafting Workshop June 18

Wednesday, June 18, 2014 • 8:30am—3:00pm Suwannee Valley Agricultural Extension Center 8202 CR 417, Live Oak, FL 32060 Cost: $ 50 per person This workshop is for farmers and homeowners interested in learning about grafting and propagating grapes and stone fruits such as peaches. The program will feature hands-on collection of scion material and grafting …

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Camellia Grafting Class Saturday January 18th

  Want to learn how to graft Camellias? Graft your favorite cultivar onto an adapted rootstock! Saturday January 18th !   Join us to learn how to graft your favorite camellia cultivar onto an adapted rootstock You can take home your own grafted camellia Hosted by Maphis Tree Farm and UF IFAS Extension Washington County  You will …

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