Australasian Plant Pathology Society  

Free Online Books

         
    Management of Plant Pathogen Collections 2nd edition
Authors of this revision
Prof. Roger G. Shivas (University of Southern Queensland),
Prof. Levente Kiss (University of Southern Queensland),
Assoc. Prof. Andrew D. W. Geering (The University of Queensland)
Dr Alistair R. McTaggart (The University of Queensland)

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Plant Protection 1 Pests, Diseases and Weeds
Plant Protection 2 Control Methods and their Management
Plant Protection 3 Selected Ornamentals, Fruit and Vegetables
Plant Protection 4 How to Diagnose Plant Problems

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Print versions of the books are available from Queensland Textbook Warehouse (QTW) Tel 1800 611 300 (07) 3261 1300 web http://qtw.com.au/  

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Plant Pathogens and Plant Disease
A completely rewritten update of the 1980 textbook Plant Protection (edited by J.F. Brown) with an Australasian emphasis, including specific examples from Australia, New Zealand, South-East Asia, the Pacific Islands and elsewhere. The book is designed to give students and researchers a background in the principles of plant pathology and of managing plant diseases. The text draws on the expertise of teachers and researchers from throughout Australia.
     
Plant Pathology  
Edited by Christian Joseph R. Cumagun, ISBN 978-953-51-0489-6, Hard cover, 362 pages, Publisher: InTech, Published: April 04, 2012 under CC BY 3.0 license, in subject Agricultural and Biological Sciences
DOI: 10.5772/1390
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  Journal   New Zealand Plant Protection
The journal of the New Zealand Plant Protection Society. It publishes original research papers on all aspects of biology, ecology and control of weeds, vertebrate and invertebrate pests, and pathogens and beneficial micro-organisms in agriculture, horticulture, forestry and natural ecosystems.
 
       
    FUNGAL DISEASES: An emerging threat to human, animal and plant health.