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palm decline
Louisiana Plant Pathology: Texas Phoenix Palm Decline
Texas Phoenix palm decline is a fatal disease of palms. Also known as date palm lethal decline, the disease had only been found in Florida and Texas until recently. During December 2013, however, this disease was positively detected from Canary Island date palms in New Orleans. {PDF format only)
 Enjoying Ornamental Ponds in Louisiana
Enjoying Ornamental Ponds in Louisiana
This publication outlines some of the options for design, operation and maintenance of ornamental ponds and discusses basic environmental requirements of fish and plants commonly grown in these ponds. 20 pages. Full color. (PDF Format Only)
diseases of watermelon
Louisiana Plant Pathology: Foliar Diseases of Watermelon
Proper identification is the key to successful disease management. This fact sheet is intended to aid in distinguishing among three common foliar diseases of watermelon. (PDF Format Only)
planting guide
Louisiana Vegetable Planting Guide
Use this guide to plant a successful vegetable garden. The information has been developed after considerable research and practical experience. (PDF Format Only)
butterfly gardening
Butterfly Gardening for Louisianians
Many Louisiana gardeners are expressing their desire to attract butterflies to their yards. Learn how to create a butterfly-friendly environment with a few simple requirements: food, water, shelter and a place to reproduce. (PDF Format Only)
forest tent catepillar
Bug Biz: Forest Tent Caterpillar
Forest tent caterpillars have voracious appetites and consume the foliage of several tree species. Descriptions and control measures included. (PDF Format Only)
blueberries
Enjoy Louisiana Blueberries
Blueberries are nature’s No. 1 source of antioxidants among more than 50 fresh fruits and vegetables studied. They also are a good source of fiber and vitamin C. Information on pick-your-own operations, selection, storage, preparation, freezing, canning and using Louisiana blueberries can be found in this publication. (PDF Format Only)
eastern tent caterpillar
Bug Biz: Eastern Tent Caterpillar
The conspicuous webs make infested trees unsightly, and the eastern tent caterpillars become pesky invaders when they search for food or a place to spin a cocoon. Descriptions and control measures included. (PDF Format Only)
Entomosporium leaf spot
Louisiana Plant Pathology: Entomosporium Leaf Spot
Entomosporium leaf spot is a common disease of various woody ornamentals. In Louisiana landscapes, however, it is most commonly a problem on Indian hawthorn and red tip photinia. This publications describes the disease and how to manage it. (PDF Format Only)
impatiens downy mildew
Louisiana Plant Pathology: Impatiens Downy Mildew
Proper identification is the key to successful disease management. This fact sheet is intended to aid in the identifcation and managemnt of this disease. (PDF format only)
fig rust
Louisiana Plant Pathology: Fig Rust
Fig rust is the most common disease of figs in Louisiana and usually develops late in the summer. Symptoms, cultural practices and options for management inlcuded. (PDF Format Only)
bacterial leaf scorch
Louisiana Plant Pathology: Bacterial Leaf Scorch of Landscape Trees
Bacterial leaf scorch is a common disease that affects a variety of trees used in the landscape. This fact sheet describes the disease and how to identify it. (PDF Format Only)
st. augustinegrass
Louisiana Plant Pathology: St. Augustine Decline
St. Augustine disease is a virus disease that affects St. Augustine grass across the Gulf States. This fact sheet describes the disease and how to mange it. Color photos are included. (PDF Format Only)
brown patch
Louisiana Plant Pathology: Large Patch of Warm-season Turfgrasses
Large patch (formerly called brown patch) is the most common disease of warm-season turfgrasses in Louisiana. This article describes the disease and how to manage it. (PDF Format Only)
tomato pith necrosis
Louisiana Plant Pathology: Tomato Pith Necrosis
Proper identification is the key to successful disease management. This article is intended to aid in the identification and management of tomato pith necrosis. (PDF Format Only)
home vegetable gardnes
Disease Management in Home Vegetable Gardens
This publication is intended to introduce home vegetable gardeners to the various methods used to manage the many diseases that affect these crops. (PDF Format Only)
leaf galls
Louisiana Plant Pathology: Leaf Galls of Azaleas and Camellias
Leaf galls on azaleas and camellias are relatively common in Louisiana, especially in years with extended periods of cool, wet weather during the spring. This publication describes how to identify and manage these disease. (PDF Fomat Only)
camellia flower blight
Louisiana Plant Pathology: Camellia Flower Blight
Camellia flower blight is the most common disease of camellias in Louisiana. This publication describes the disease and how to manage it. (PDF Format Only)
citrus scab
Louisiana Plant Pathology: Citrus Scab and Sweet Orange Scab
Two scab diseases routinely affect citrus in Louisiana. Citrus scab (also called common citrus scab or sour orange scab) has been present in the state for many years. In contrast, sweet orange scab was identified in Louisiana and Texas for the first time during the summer of 2010. This publication describes how to identify and manage these diseases. (PDF Format Only)
gray leaf spot
Louisiana Plant Pathology: Gray Leaf Spot of Turfgrasses
Gray leaf spot occurs on a wide range of turfgrasses throughout the United States. In Louisiana, it is most commonly seen on St. Augustine grass but occasionally can be a problem for Bermuda grass or centipede grass as well. This publication describes how to identify and manage this disease. (PDF Format Only)
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