pythium-blight Pythium Disease - also known as “Pythium Blight”, “Cottony Blight” or “Grease Spot” is a highly destructive turf grass disease. Most types of Pythium are plant parasites. The fungus gnat are frequently the transmitter of the fungus.
 phytophthora Phytophora - is a type of aggressive fungus- water mold.  When a plant is infected it cannot absorb nutrients or water. Phytophora is the number one disease of nursery crops nationwide.
 rhizoctonia-solani Rhizoctonia Dolani Disease - is a soil-borne fungus known to cause root rot, collar rot, wire stem and damping off. Once the plant is infected they do not recover. It’s known to prosper in cool, wet areas and can survive in the soil for years.
 fusarium-wilt Fusarium Wilt Disease - is caused by many forms of soil-inhabiting fungi’s. Hundreds of plant species are susceptible.  Some important food crops as Sweet Potatoes, Tomatoes and Bananas to name a few. In bananas it’s also known as “Panama Disease”

Botrytis Blossom Disease - is one of the most common fungal diseases of Greenhouse crops also known as “Gray Mold” it affects ornamental plants and blueberries. Botrytis most commonly infects wounded plants.


Sclerotium Disease - also known as “Southern Blight” is a very common soil-borne fungus. It affects a wide range of vegetables, ornamental and field crops. This fungus causes rot of the lower stem, roots and crown. It is most active in wet, warm weather.


Alternaria Alternata - also known as “Black Rot”, “Black Spot” is a latent fungus that develops during the cold storage of fruit and becomes visible during the marketing period. It causes black spots on the fruits and vegetables.


Sclerotinia Disease - also known as “White Mold” can affect hundreds of plant species. Some of which are legumes, Sunflower, tobacco and most vegetables to name a few.  It thrives in cool moist conditions.


Corn Smut - is caused by a fungus called Ustilago Zeae.  It appears in the stalk, leaves, tassels and ears.  The ears produce grayish sacs that are filled with thousands of spores. As these sacs rupture that spores are spread by the wind and continue to spread to new crops. This is most common in backyard gardens and small farms.


Ganoderma Disease - is a plant pathogen that infects the Palm species causing butt rot and root damage. This fungus affects the bottom 4 to 5 feet of the tree.


Albinism - is caused by a genetic mutation that cause the plant to start growing with no chlorophyll or cause a switching on and off of some of the genes that cause the plant to grow without pigmentation.


Verticillium Wilt - is a fungal disease that lives in the soil and  invades the plants through their roots and spreads in the plants vascular system Verticillium wilt affects trees, shrubs, and garden annuals and perennials.


Geotrichum Disease - is a genus of fungus found worldwide in soil, water, air and sewage as well as plants.

Beneficial Bacteria found in RGA

  1. Streptomyces lyclicys - produce over two-thirds of the clinically useful antibiotics of natural origin
  2. Streptomyces Coelicolor - consists of soil and water Gram positive filamentous bacteria well known for their ability to produce complex secondary metabolites including many antibiotics.
  3. Streptomyces griseus - is a Gram positive soil dwelling bacteria
  4. Streptomyces nodosus - is a bacterial species in the genus Streptomyces


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