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View Resource Pfiesteria

This web page discusses Pfiesteria piscicida, an organism that has been associated with fish ulceration disease and fish kills. In its toxic state, this organism can reportedly cause dermal ulcerations to fish, possibly making them less responsive to environmental stimuli. This invites bacteria, parasites and other predatory organisms to prey on the vulnerable fish. Researchers are working to...

View Resource What's Wrong With My Plant?

A useful resource for amateur horticulturists from the University of Minnesota Extension Service, Yard and Garden Clinic. The focus here is on commonly used perennials, grasses, shrubs, and trees in the home garden and the inevitable problems one must face while gardening in a northern climate. Based on visual observations of symptoms, the navigation is easy, and the solutions equally...

View Resource American Phytopathological Society: Plant Disease Lessons

If Citrus Canker or Apple Scab are on your syllabus -- or worse yet, on your trees -- then this is the Web site for you. The APS Education Center has organized this very helpful online guide of plant diseases. Each excerpt is more of an information card than a detailed description, but they are very easy to use and organized well. Each Plant Disease Lesson includes: the name of the disease, the...

View Resource Shellfish Disease in Aquaculture: Scientists, Managers, and Growers Take on the Challenges

This "Two if by Sea" newsletter article highlights proceedings from a workshop in 2000 that focused on shellfish disease, particularly as it relates to the aquaculture industry. Speakers, including pathologists, growers, and industry representatives, delivered a recurring message: shellfish diseases are not only here, they are here to stay. And, most likely, they concur, additional diseases will...

View Resource Red Tide Current Status Statewide Information

This summary report of current red tide conditions around Florida includes a map of sampling results and regional status reports. Reports are generally updated on Friday afternoon and additional information, if available, is provided on Tuesday afternoon. The web page also includes links to hotlines and reporting sites for red tide effects on marine animals and humans, shellfish information,...

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