Verticillium Wilt of Vegetables Quiz

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Verticillium Wilt of Vegetables Quiz

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Reference: Verticillium Wilt of Vegetables Fact Sheet.

1) Verticillium wilt affects a wide range of vegetables, as well as woody and herbaceous ornamentals.(Required)
2) Discoloration of vascular tissue, leaf yellowing, and eventual plant death are all potential symptoms of Verticillium wilt of vegetable crops.(Required)
3) Verticillium wilt is caused by a(Required)
4) The Verticillium wilt pathogen is found naturally in some soils.(Required)
5) In potatoes, Verticillium wilt is often associated with the presence of root-knot nematode.(Required)
6) The Vertcillium wilt pathogen can survive in debris from infected vegetable plants.(Required)
7) Use of chemical treatments is a common way that Verticillium wilt is managed in home vegetable gardens.(Required)
8) Keeping broadleaf weeds under control in a vegetable garden is important for managing Verticillium wilt.(Required)
9) If you have had problems with Verticillium wilt in your vegetable garden, vegetables that you can safely grow in your garden include(Required)