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Hunter. Classification in accordance with convention or law is called taxonomy. Common names vary from locality to locality and country to country. Scientific names are international and are based on the binomial system. Each kind of bacterium, fungus, nematode, or higher plant is a species, and it has two Latin words for its name. The first name indicates the genus to which the species belongs, and the second the species itself. The latter name is usually descriptive. Diplocarpon rosae means that Diplocarpon, the blackspot fungus, is found on rose.

L. Barnett and B. B. Hunter. Classification in accordance with convention or law is called taxonomy. Common names vary from locality to locality and country to country. Scientific names are international and are based on the binomial system. Each kind of bacterium, fungus, nematode, or higher plant is a species, and it has two Latin words for its name. The first name indicates the genus to which the species belongs, and the second the species itself. The latter name is usually descriptive. Diplocarpon rosae means that Diplocarpon, the blackspot fungus, is found on rose.

Phytotoxicity comes from both the lime and the copper. Plants are often stunted, with yield reduced; fruit-setting of tomatoes may be delayed. Bordeaux is not safe on peaches during the growing season, may burn and russet applies (both foliage and fruits), may cause red spot- FUNGICIDES ting, yellowing, and dropping of rose leaves (often confused with blackspot by amateur and sometimes professional gardeners), and may cause defoliation of Japanese plums. Injury is most prominent early in the season when temperature is below 50°F and in dull, cloudy weather when light rain or high humidity prevents rapid drying of the spray.

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