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    editors, Robert J. McGovern, Wade H. Elmer.
    Florists crops production has evolved considerably through new technological advances in irrigation, media, and environmental control, along with the appearance of new centers of large scale production of plant material. These changes have necessitated the development of newer and innovative ways of suppressing pathogenic fungi, bacteria, viruses, and nematodes. The aim of the Handbook of Florists Crops Diseases was to assemble a global team of experts to present the latest techniques for disease management. Introductory chapters outline up-to-date strategies regarding breeding, chemical and biological control, cultural and enironmental manipulation, diagnosis, nutrition, and sanitation and how these approaches directly influence ornamental plant health. The following chapters address the major diseases of economically important ornamentals with the goal of capturing the latest disease management strategies along with diagnostic photographs.
    Digital Access  Springer 2017