Club-root, caused by Plasmodiophora brassicae, is a destructive soil-borne disease which affects nearly all cultivated, as well as many wild and weed members of the cabbage family Bacterial soft rot is caused by Erwinia carotovora, and it's one of the most common cabbage and collard green diseases. It causes dark, mushy patches on the stems and leaf stalks. You can prevent bacterial soft rot by avoiding water-splashing in your garden Organic Cultivation of Cabbage . Varieties . Hills : Quisto Plains : Golden Acre, Maha Rani . Soil. It is commonly cultivated in cool moist climate. It is grown as a winter crop in plains. It is grown in varied types of soils ranging from sandy loam to clay. It requires a pH ranging from 5.5 to 6.5 for higher production. Season of sowin
Bacterial wilt or Southern bacterial blight is a serious disease caused by Ralstonia solanacearum (formerly Pseudomonas solanacearum). This bacterium survives in the soil for extended periods and enters the roots through wounds made by transplanting, cultivation, insect feeding damage, and natural wounds where secondary roots emerge 2. Diseases 3. Nematodes 4. Weeds B. Pests of Regional Significance 1. Insect pests 2. Diseases 3. Nematodes II. AESA based IPM A. Agro-ecosystem analysis B. Field scouting C. Surveillance through pheromone trap catches for Spodoptera and diamondback moth D. Yellow pan water trap/sticky traps E. Light traps F. Nematode sampling III The plant can reach a height of 1-1.5 m (3.3-4.9 ft) and is most commonly grown as an annual, harvested between 60 and 100 days after planting. The origin of cauliflower has not been definitively determined but its ancestor, wild cabbage, is thought to have originated in ancient Asia Minor Tamil Nadu Agricultural University | TNAU Head rot disease of cabbage caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum causes rotting of fully grown cabbage heads in the field. The rotted cabbage heads. Introduction to sapota pests and diseases. Sapota (Achras zapota) is mainly cultivated in India for its fruit value. Sapota is also called as Chiku, spelled zapote, a plant of the sapodilla family (Sapotaceae) and its edible fruit. Sapota is grown in a variety of soil but deep alluvial, sandy loam soil and black soil having good drainage are ideal for doing Sapota farming. pH value 6.0-8.0 is.
Treatments with Ortiva 2502 SC, Score 250 EC, Bravo 500 SC, Polyram DF. Clubroot is produced by the fungus Plasmodiophora brassicae. It is a easy to recognize disease due to the symptoms that appear on the leaves and root. Aerial symptoms are represented by plant dwarfism, yellowing of the leaves and their wilt Management Always plant disease-free seeds and transplants; seeds can be freed from infection by treating with hot water at 52°C (125.6°F) for 30 minutes; if disease is known to present, the field should be rotated with non-susceptible crops for a period of 3 years; plowing crop residue deeply into the soil r removing crop debris can help to reduce inoculum in the soi Spot Anthracnose. Somewhat similar to black spot in appearance, anthracnose is caused by a fungus called Elsinoe rosarum. All above-ground parts of a rose plant are susceptible to this disease. On the leaves, it starts as a purplish-brown spot with the center turning grey and then falls out of the leaf at maturity (1) Okra, Abelmoschus esculentus, is an herbaceous annual plant in the family Malvaceae which is grown for its edible seed pods.Okra plants have small erect stems that can be bristly or hairless with heart-shaped leaves. The leaves are 10-20 cm (4-8 in) long with 5-7 lobes The plant produces flowers with five white to yellow petals which are 4-8 cm (1.6-3.1 in) in diameter cially when leaves are wet. On mature cabbage, downy mildew can appear as dark sunken spots on the head or wrapper leaves (Fig. 6). Often infections on the cabbage head will re-sult in a purplish tinge. Such infections predis-pose the plant to soft rot bacteria or Sclerotiniose (see PP Fact Sheets 12 and 22)
Major Citrus diseases are given below:-. 1. Gummosis: Phytophthora parasitica, P. palmivora,P. citrophthora. Symptom: First symptoms are dark staining of bark which progresses into the wood. Bark at the base is destroyed resulting in girdling and finally death of the tree Radish, Raphanus sativus, is an herbaceous annual or biennial plant in the family Brassicaceae, grown for its edible taproot. The radish plant has a short hairy stem and a rosette (ground level horizontal and circular leaves) of oblong shaped leaves which measure 5-30 cm (2-12 in) in length. The top leaves of the plant are smaller and lance. Genetic analysis of downy mildew resistance and identification of molecular markers linked to resistance gene Ppa 207 on chromosome 2 in cauliflower. P. Saha, Chandrika Ghoshal, +4 authors B. S. Tomar. Biology Symptoms - The main symptom of this disease is a homogenous interwoven network of yellow veins. The growth of the plant becomes affected and they remain stunted. Fruits also give a yellow appearance with a tough texture and small size. It causes yield losses of up to 80-90%. This disease is spread due to whitefly and leafhopper. Contro Cabbage grows satisfactorily only when the supply of organic nitrogen is liberal. For best results apply 50 to 60 tonnes of farmyard manure per hectare, at the time of land preparation. Since the supply of farmyard manure is very limited in the hills, only 25 to 30 tonnes farmyard manure per hectare, is usually applied
Sweet potato virus disease is a disease complex caused by two viruses; sweet potato chlorotic stunt virus (SPCSV) and sweet potato feathery mottle virus (SPFMV). The symptoms are sever stunting of infected plants, stunting, distorted and chlorotic mottle or vein clearing of the leaves. It is confirmed that SPCSV enhances the accumulation of SPFMV Treating Carnation Fusarium Wilt. The development of fusarium wilt of carnations is fostered by extended periods of high temps. It can be spread through infected wounds by soil, water, wind and contaminated clothing, equipment, and tools. Proper sanitation is the best control method. Sterilize tools and soil, and use clean gloves when handling. Alternaria Leaf Spot is a common disease of cab-bage caused by the fungal pathogen Alternaria brassicicola. In New York, it is commonly found on many types of crucifers, including kale, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and broccoli. Identification Symptoms of Alternaria Leaf Spot on cabbage may first develop on young plants in seedbeds, where lea
Resistance to the disease is temperature sensitive. Varieties that are resistant at 25-27°C are susceptible at 20-22°C. Proper management of irrigation and fertiliser application should provide some measure of control of this disease, though the selection of resistant varieties is the major management strategy Cabbage is a plant that is commonly eaten as a vegetable. It is a relative of broccoli, Brussels sprout, cauliflower, and kale. People use the leaves for medicine IARI Toppers Team June 18, 2019. TNAU Notes PDF. TNAU Notes pdf can be easily downloaded by clicking on the below provided links. Many students always searches about TNAU study material and TNAU agriculture notes but they didn't get it because of some misleading sites. Dear student if you find that this page is helpful for agriculture students.
20 Cabbage 1 1 - 2 21 Cauliflower 2 1 - 3 22 Radish 2 - - 2 23 Kale 1 - - 1 24 Mustard Green 1 - - 1 Total 66 50 10 126 During 2009 - 2019, a total of 126 varieties including 66 OPV, 50 F 1 hybrids and 10 resistant varieties have been indentified and recommended by the AICRP (VC) in 24 vegetable The cauliflower (Brassica oleracea var. botrytis) is being used for its hypertrophic inflorescences, which can be consumed in various different ways, in the canned goods and pickles industries.This is an annual plant from the cabbage family, which originated from the Mediterranean part of Europe. The edible part of the plant is represented by the young flower buds, made of thickened sprouts For control of soil borne diseases caused by Pythium and Phytophthora, and Pseudomonas fluorescens for control of specific fungal, bacterial and viral diseases are also effective. Insects like Trichogramma brasiliensis, T. chelonis and Chrysoperla carnea can also be utilized in eco-friendly pest control in vegetables 8.2 Cabbage 72 8.3 Knol-khol 75 8.4 Insect and pest management in cole crops 76 8.5 Disease management in cole crops 77 9. Root crops 78 9.1 Radish 78 9.2 Carrot 81 9.3 Turnip 83 9.4 Insect and pest management in root crops 85 9.5 Disease management in root crops 8 Liquid Cheatomium mediated resistance for the management of pythium rhizome rot in Turmeric. J.Rajalashmi, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University. 2015. Proteome analysis of triparite interaction between Solanum lycopericum roots, Pseudomonas fluorescens, Fusarium oxysporum f.sp lycopersici to detect proteins involved in mechanisms of bioprotection
Practice crop rotation to prevent the common diseases of Cauliflower. This includes avoiding the planting of any of Cauliflowers relatives (such as broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, or kale) for at least three years. Lime the soil to prevent fungal infections. Use only new or sterile flats and tools Cabbage head rot (White mould) disease caused by Sclerotina sclerotiorum is a potential threat to cabbage production and 60 percent yield loss was recorded. The disease was first reported in.
Indian farmers grow an amazing number that is 175 different vegetables but potato, tomato, onion, cabbage and cauliflower account for 60 per cent of total production. It is projected that the domestic vegetable requirements will rise from current levels of 83-91 million tonnes to 151-193 million tonnes by 2030 Cabbage (Brassica oleracea L. var. capitata) of family cruciferae is a good source of vitamins and minerals. There has been a progressive increase in area and production of cabbage in Pakistan. In 2004-05, the area increased to 4.4 thousand ha, production 69.1 thousand tonnes and yield was 15.7 tonnes/ha. The data since 1999-00 are as [ The larva is a bluish-green color with black dots, yellow dorsal and lateral stripes, and white hairs. The adult butterfly is white. Cabbage caterpillar infestation results in defoliation. The insects bore into the heads of cabbage and can remain inside ADVERTISEMENTS: Here is a list of ten major diseases of cotton: 1. Angular Leaf Spot or Black Arm Disease 2. Vascular Wilt Disease 3. Grey Mildew or Dahiya Disease 4. Anthracnose Disease 5. Root Rot Disease 6. Boll Rot Disease 7. Leaf Spot or Blight Disease 8. Reddening or Lalya Disease 9. 2, 4-D Injury [ Bacterial soft rots are a group of diseases that cause more crop loss worldwide than any other bacterial disease. Bacterial soft rots damage succulent plant parts such as fruits, tubers, stems and bulbs of plants in nearly every plant family. Soft rot bacteria degrade pectate molecules that bind plant cells together, causing plant structure to.
This disease overwinters (survives the winter) in the intestines of the beetles and is spread from plant to plant as the beetles feed. Infected plants eventually wilt and die. Many new varieties of cucurbits have resistance to bacterial wilt. Cucumber beetle larvae (immature forms) feed on the roots and bore into both roots and stems of. Cabbage head borer. It infests cabbage, cauliflower, knolkhol and beetroot. Egg: Female moth lays yellowish shiny eggs on leaves. Eggs hatch in about 4 days. Larva: The caterpillar becomes full grown in about 9 days. Full grown caterpillar is 12-15 mm, greyish yellow with seven purplish brown longitudinal stripes on the body Pathology, TNAU, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India S Nakkeeran Professor, Department of Plant pathology, TNAU, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India growth of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum under inhibition at concentration of 100 and 250 pp isolate B15 and nativo was found to be highly effective with the least disease incidence of 8.67 pe Cabbage disease management for field crops and numerous book collections from fictions to scientific research in management tnau diseases of field crops and their management agrimoon crop diseases and their as cabbage, cauliflower, canola, rutabaga, grown for the fresh market, the processor, and for storage West Africa • Survey of diseases and insect pests of tomato, potato, cabbage, onion • Begomoviruses, CMV - tomato • Bacterial spot - tomato • Bacterial wilt - northern Senegal • Worked with ISRA to identify disease; first report in progress • Fully characterized mango malformation disease in Senegal - Lamine Senghor (DPV) worked with IITA to complete Koch'
Cabbage Peas, Chilli, Brinjal, Okra Puri et al., 2001 Cabbage butterfly (Pieris brasicae) Cabbage, cauliflower & Mustard Knol Khol, Radish Puri et al., 2001 *Gall midge Brinjal Chilli, Brinjal and Capsicum David, 2006 *Head borer (H. undalis) Cabbage Sivaprasagam, 1997 *Stem fly (O. phaseoli) Okra Patil & Jamadgni, 2008 Red spider mit Disease symptoms. The disease can be latent, it can develop unseen for some time and when symptoms fi rst appear, the plant is already seriously infected. The first sign of the disease is the development of pencil lines of white with yellow borders following the veins on the leaf that lead to necrosis (death) of tissue 1. Mustard Aphid: Lipaphis erysimi (Aphididae:Hemiptera) Distribution and status: Distributed worldwide and is a serious pest Host range: Cruciferous oilseeds like toria, sarson, raya, taramira and Brassica vegetables like cabbage, cauliflower, knol-khol,. Bionomics: They are louse like, pale-greenish insects abundant from December to March.During summer, it is believed to migrate to the hills Greenhouse Plants, Ornamental-Gray Mold. Cause Botrytis cinerea, a fungus that colonizes dead, dying, and wounded plant parts. From these infections it can attack healthy tissues. A moist, humid environment is ideal for pathogen sporulation and spread. Conidia may come from sources in and outside the greenhouse
In response to the threat of severe damage and economic loss by pests and diseases in shallot, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) funded project IPM—CRSP (Integrated Pest Management— Collaborative Research Support Program), in which Tamil Nadu Agricultural University (TNAU), India is a collaborator, has developed an. Many diseases, most of them fungal, invade the garden and ruin onions in times of warm, moist weather. Click this article to find out about onion diseases and their control. A wet growing season is bad news for an onion crop. Many diseases, most of them fungal, invade the garden and ruin onions in times of warm, moist weather Tilling will destroy any overwintering insects. Rotate bean crops from year to year to confuse and thwart bean pests. Plant beans in full sun in late spring, two weeks after the last frost. Bean seeds do not tolerate cold, soggy soil and may be stunted or fail to appear altogether. Plant bean seeds 1 inch deep and 2 to 4 inches apart Brinjal Pests and Diseases (Eggplant): Let us discuss today Brinjal Pests and Diseases, symptoms, and their control methods.. Diseases of Brinjal: Damping-off: This disease causes severe damage to the plants. The main cause of this disease is high soil, moisture, and moderate temperature with high humidity levels during the rainy season Tomato Pests and Diseases: The following information is about Tomato Pests and Diseases that affect the Tomato crop yield.. Tomatoes are one of the most cultivated crops, Tomato crops can be easily grown under proper conditions and regular maintenance.Tomato crops can host of production problems and pathogens when conditions and maintenance are not ideal
The cabbage looper (Trichoplusia ni) is a medium-sized moth in the family Noctuidae, a family commonly referred to as owlet moths.Its common name comes from its preferred host plants and distinctive crawling behavior. Cruciferous vegetables, such as cabbage, bok choy, and broccoli, are its main host plant; hence, the reference to cabbage in its common name This review focuses on various diseases caused by bacteria, fungi, nematodes, viruses and phytoplasmas threatening the yield, biomass, bioactive potential of medicinal and aromatic plants of the sub-tropics. Several studies suggest that management of diseases through biological measures is more effective to check multiple diseases Nutritional deficiencies in crops. PLANT nutrients, if available in adequate quantity, prevent crops from diseases. If inadequate, these can cause abiotic (non-infectious) and biotic (infectious. Roses (Rosa species) are susceptible to a number of pests, diseases and disorders. Many of the problems affecting roses are seasonal and climatic. Some varieties of roses are naturally more resistant or immune than others to certain pests and diseases. Cultivation requirements of individual rose species and cultivars, when observed, often assist in the prevention of pests, diseases and disorders Onion White Rot: Of all the onion pests and diseases, onion white rot really will make growers mad-dog mean, as Clint Eastwood would say. So far impossible to eradicate, this disease is caused by the fungus Sclerotium cepivorum, which produces sclerotia — tiny dot sized black fungal bodies that can infect all members of the Allium or Onion.
The most common diseases of jasmine are blight, rust and Fusarium wilt, all of which affect numerous other varieties of plants. These are primarily diseases of the leaves and stems which leave necrotic areas, discolored halos or patches, wilted leaves, streaked stems and occasionally spread to young vegetation Milky spore disease and several parasites often attack beetle grubs and thereby keep Japanese beetle adult populations below economically damaging levels. Control of this pest is rarely necessary on okra or on vegetable crops which are sprayed regularly for control of other insect pests. Some plants in border rows may appear heavily infested. Brassica oleracea (Italica Group), commonly called broccoli, is a cool weather vegetable that is grown for harvest of large, tight, terminal heads of green flower buds at the ends of thick edible stems. It is grown in St. Louis as an annual. Plants typically grow to 18-30 tall The powdery mildew of peas is worldwide in occurrence causing serious losses to the crop. The disease is considered to be much more serious than the downy mildew of peas. Physiologic races of the fungus attack beans, urd, lucerne, coriander, turnip, cabbage and many other plants. In India, the disease generally appears during November-December
Widely Prevalent Plant Pathogen Status - This map is based on data from the Widely Prevalent Bacteria Project, a collabaration between USDA APHIS PPQ and the American Phytopathological Society.See www.PrevalentBacteria.org for more information Development of Inbreds as Cultivars 3. Hybrid Breeding 4. Transgenic Cauliflower. 25. Climatic Adaptation Grows at latitude 11°N to 60°N with average temperature ranging from 5-8°C to 25-28°C. Vegetative growth period -10°C to 40°C In India, cauliflower is grown both in hills and plains and from 11°N to 35°N Cabbage. 8 Asiatic lions in Hyd zoo recover from Covid. Save bee and save life on the earth. Pandemic effect: Rehoming of pets on the rise. Elephant deaths and loopholes in disaster management. This 1,100-yr-old Chola hosp had beds, docs, surgeons and a protocol in place. Legendary textiles heritage of Tangkhul Naga tribe of Manipu Tamil Nadu Agricultural University. 2018. Recognition Certificates - Two numbers for having received the externally funded projects / schemes. Tamil Nadu Agricultural University. 2015. Prof. K S Bilgrami Paper Presentation Award - Diagnostics and characterization of viruses in vegetable ecosystems of Tamil Nadu Introduction to Cabbage pests and diseases: For better yield and quality of cabbage produce, one msu be aware of pests and diseases of cabbage and their preventive methods. Cabbage is a cool-weather crop. The outer leaves are larger than the inner. The stem is very short and stout. Plants flower usually after winter. Using some [
June 29, 2020. On June 27, 2020, Fresh Express recalled Fresh Express brand and private label brand salad products produced at its Streamwood, IL facility that contain iceberg lettuce, red cabbage, and/or carrots due to possible Cyclospora contamination. The recall includes products that are marked with the letter Z at the beginning of the product code, followed by the number 178. Academia.edu is a place to share and follow research. Food spoilage Food spoilage Strategies of prevention and new trends for preservation Microflora affecting food shelf-life GIOACCHINO dell'AQUILA -MODERN MICROBIOLOGY COURSE FOOD ENGINEERING MASTER DEGREE -ISTANBUL AYDIN UNIVERSITY, TURKE What is a plant disease? •Visible effects of disease on plants are called symptoms. Any detectable changes in color, shape, and/or functions of the plant in response to a pathogen or disease-causing agent is a symptom. •Signs of plant disease are physical evidence of the pathogen, for example, fungal fruiting bodies
Book Detail: Diseases of Field Crops and Their Management Language: English Pages: 198 Author: TNAU Price: Free Outline of Diseases of field crops and their management Diseases of Rice Diseases of Sorghum Diseases of Wheat Diseases of Pearlmillet Diseases of Maize Diseases of Sugarcane Diseases of Turmeric Diseases of Tobacco Diseases of Groundnut Diseases of Castor Diseases.. Plant disease epidemiology - Meaning and importance, difference between simple and compound interest diseases - Factors affecting plant diseaseepidemics - host, pathogen, environment and time factor. 224-234 20. Plant Disease Forcasting - Meaning, advantages, methods in forecasting and examples. 235-241 21 are reported as vectors disseminating microorganisms of plant diseases, namely, viruses, bacteria, fungi etc. 2. Annoying and injuring man and animals: There are several ways in which insects annoy and injure man and animals, both domesticated and wild. Droning, humming and buzzing they produce is annoying to everyone
In man's continued effort to enhance food production, new high yielding crop varieties and new techniques for crop and field management are being constantly evolved resulting in a parallel increase in disease occurrence which calls for their efficient management. Terms like IPM (Integrated Pest Management and IDM (Integrated Disease Management) have different meanings Horticulture MCQ's- Horticulture is a Major branch of Agriculture.Further, Horticulture is divided into three branches. Horticulture Multiple Choice Objective Questions are asked from its three major branches viz Orchid Pests and Diseases If you grow a few orchids, for any length of time, you will eventually face a care problem caused by an orchid pest or disease. Knowing how to diagnose and treat orchid ailments is key to becoming a good orchid grower. Orchid Ailments -- The AOS's Pests and Disease Serie In cabbage the major disease is Damping - off'. Thin sowing and drenching with 150 g of Bavistin in 100 litres of water will control the disease. Plant protection Pests Cut worms . Apply chlorpyriphos 2 ml/lit in the collar region during evening hours for the control of common cutworm - Agrotis segetum TNAU Coimbatore Seed Production of Vegetable, Tuber and Spice Crops . Index 11 Seed production in Cabbage and Cauliflower 119-134 12 Seed production in carrot, The health of seed refers to the presence or absence of disease organisms/insect pests on seeds. The quality of a seed lot very much depends on its health
1. Dealing with complex virus disease problems a case of Tospovirus Diseases in Vegetables Naidu A. Rayapati Department of Plant Pathology Washington State University Irrigated Agriculture Research & Extension Center Prosser, WA 99350, USA email@example.com 2. TopicsAn overview Thrips vectors Tospoviruses 3 . The disease can also occur in well-drained areas following extended periods of rainfall. Pythium root rot can occur at any time of the year as long as the soil remains saturated for several days or weeks. From a distance, symptoms are orange or yellow.
Root, stem, crown, and collar rot. Diseases that infect underground plant parts are prevalent on both herbaceous and woody ornamental plants. They can be caused by fungi, bacteria or soil-borne nematodes. Infections that lead to disintegration of underground tissues are difficult to manage because they are not visible Top Diseases of Crucifers Cabbage, cauliflower, turnip, broccoli are some of the important cruciferous crops Club root (Plasmodiophora brassicae) The above ground symptoms are, yellowing of leaves, stunting and later the diseased plant die. Young plants die with in a short time while older plants fail to produce marketable heads diseases, Cabbage head rot (White mould) disease caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum is a potential threat to cabbage production and limits the crop cultivation. Yield loss recorded upto 60 percent. The disease occurrence was first reported in Kodaikanal area of Dindigul district in Tamil Nadu (Alagianagalingam et al., 1978). It causes severe. Crown gall symptoms include round, wart-like growths — 2 inches or larger in diameter — that appear at or just above the soil line, or on lower branches and stems. Plants with several galls may be unable to move water and nutrients up the trunk and become weakened, stunted and unproductive. Young plants can be killed by developing gall tissue Methods of Food Adulteration. Adding certain chemicals for faster ripening of fruits. Mixing of decomposed fruits and vegetables with the good ones. Adding certain natural and chemical dyes to attract consumers. Mixing of clay, pebbles, stones, sand, and marble chips, to the grains, pulses and other crops
Downy mildew (Plasmopara viticola) affects many plants and appears as yellow to white patches on the upper surfaces of older leaves.On the undersides, these areas are covered with white to grayish, cotton-like fungi. These downy masses are most often noticed after rain or heavy dew and disappear soon after sunny weather resumes cauliflower, broccoli, knol-kohl and chinese cabbage (heading and non-heading). 1. Eligibility requirements for certification. (a) A hybrid is one to be planted for any use except seed production. It may be anyone of the following. (i) Single cross - the first generation resulting from the controlled crossing of the two Classification of Horticultural crops. Horticultural crops having many species which are grown all over India. India endowed with rich vegetational wealth. Encompassing 356 domesticated species of the economic importance and 326 species of their wild forms or relatives. Indian subcontinent enjoys rich diversity of plant wealth besides; about 9,500 other species of ethanobotanical interest have. 1. MANAGEMENT OF PLANT BACTERIAL DISEASES - CULTURAL,MECHANICAL AND BIOLOGICAL Course teacher : Dr. Meena Asst. Professor Course associate : Dr.John son Asst. Professor Department of plant pathology CPPS , TNAU , CBE -3 Submitted by RAMALINGAM.K 2015601510 PAT 603 Plant Bacteriology (2+1) 2
For this reason, cabbage is said to protect against prostate, bladder, and colon cancer. 5. Prevents Heart Disease. Next, the selenium found in cabbage juice protects against heart disease. What's more, the Omega-3 fatty acid content helps prevent high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, and stroke The pests such as Diamond Back Moth (DBM), Plutella xylostella, Tobacco caterpillar Spodoptera litura, Leaf webber Crocidolomia binotalis, stem borer Hellula undalis, Aphid, Brevicornea brassicae, Mustard aphid, Lipaphis erisimi and Painted bugs, Bagrada cruciferarum are the important pests of cauliflower Reference: TNAU Agritech Portal. 2015. Crop Protection. Crop Protection: Pests of Cole Crops. Web skin diseases (acrodynia). Widely distributed in vegetables. Vit C Scurvy (oedema, anaemia, (70 mg) bleeding gums and mucus membrane). Reduced resistance to diseases. >100 mg: Sweat pepper, chilli, cabbage, broccoli, kale, drumstick, parsley. 70-100 mg: cauliflower, bitter gourd, amaranths Vit K (0.15 mg) Delayed and faulty coagulation o Cabbage A. Tip burn: It is the most common physiological disorder of Chinese cabbage in which leaf margin rot due to calcium deficiency. It is also found in cabbage also. It is associated with the death of leaf tissue, usually along the leaf margins in the interior of the head. At first the tissue turns tan or light brown, but later may appear. Information for specific crops. Citrus pests, diseases, disorders and control. Grapevine pests (including phylloxera) Nut diseases, pests and disorders. Pome fruit pests, diseases and disorders. Stone fruit. Tropical fruit pests and diseases. Two-spotted mite control in Perilla crops. Vegetables diseases, pests and disorders