Apple scab, also known as sooty blotch, is a disease of Malus trees, such as
apple trees, caused by the ascomycete fungus Venturia inaequalis. The disease
Apple scab is the most economically destructive disease of apples in the world. In
the Northeast it is usually not possible to produce apples commercially without ...
Apple and pear scab are two different diseases that look very similar and are
controlled in similar manners in home gardens and landscapes. Both cause ...
Importance. Apple scab is a very common disease, and one of the most
aesthetically damaging diseases of several ornamental trees and shrubs in
Purdue extension www.btny.purdue.edu. Apple scab on tree Fruit in the Home
orchard. Janna Beckerman. Department of Botany and Plant Pathology, Purdue ...
I. Introduction: Apple scab is of major economic importance in the mid-Atlantic
region. If not controlled, the disease can cause extensive losses (70 percent or ...
Vaillancourt, L.J. and J.R. Hartman. 2000. Apple scab. The Plant Health Instructor
. DOI: 10.1094/PHI-I-2000-1005-01. Updated 2005. DISEASE: Apple scab.
Apple scab is a foliar fungal disease caused by Venturia inaequalis. It is not
considered a serious threat to crabapple or apple trees; however, repeated
A serious disease of apples and ornamental crabapples, apple scab attacks both
leaves and fruit. The fungal disease forms pale yellow or olive-green spots on ...
Apple Scab is one of the most common diseases that attack apple trees. Apple
Scab is caused by a fungus (Venturia inaequalis) which is most prevalent and ...