Slide 1 - UF/IFAS Extension Alachua County

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Who Wants To Be A
Master Gardener?
Master
Gardener
For $100
Plant Pathology is the study of:
A.
B.
C.
D.
Plant Diseases
Plant Growth
Plant Life
Plant Fanatics
For $100
Which of the following is not
considered to be a plant
pathogen?
A.
B.
C.
D.
Fungus
Virus
Bacteria
Common Cold
For $200
Which of the following factors is not
part of the “disease triangle”?
A.
B.
C.
D.
An effective fungicide.
A virulent pathogen.
A favorable environment.
A susceptible host plant.
For $200
Nutrient disorders, temperature
extremes, and mechanical injury
are examples of:
A.
B.
C.
D.
Plant pathogens
Plant parasites
Plant tortures
Non-parasitic disorders
What is the non-parasitic problem on
this Sago?
A. Bacterial leaf spot
B. Manganese deficiency
C. Fungal leaf blight
D. Viral stunting
For $300
What happened
to these tomato
plants?
A. Leaf blight
B. Nitrogen
deficiency
C. Tractor blight
D. Fungal wilt
disease
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Symptom Type?
A.
B.
C.
D.
Fruit Spot
Fruit fly
Fruit Rot
Nutty as a Fruitcake
For $500
Symptom Type?
A.
B.
C.
D.
Leaf spot
Leaf blight
Mosaic
Wilt
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Symptom Type?
A. Viral Ringspot
B. Bacterial Leafspot
C. Fungal Blight
D. Wilt
For $1,000
Symptom Type?
A.
B.
C.
D.
Stem Canker
Leaf lesion
Wilt
Leaf gall
For $1,000
What is this?
(A) Stinkbug spreading fungus.
(B) Flying ant spreading bacteria.
(C) Aphid spreading virus.
For $2,000
(D) Farmer spreading manure.
Fungus diseases occur readily in
the presence of:
A.
B.
C.
D.
Excessive moisture
Drought
Piercing-sucking insects
Windy conditions
For $2,000
What disease symptom do you see on
this stem?
A. Spot
B. Wilt
C. Blight
D. Canker
For $4,000
What symptom do you see on this
strawberry?
A. Fruit rot
B. Fruit spot
C. Fruiting body
D. Fruit loop
For $4,000
Symptom Type?
A.
B.
C.
D.
Fruit Blight
Fruit Spot
Fruit Rot
Fruit of the loom
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Symptom Type?
A. Leaf Gall
B. Leaf Blight
C. Leaf Spot
D. Leaf Wilt
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Water soaking, ooze, and odor
are associated with which type
of plant pathogen?
A. Fungus
B. Bacteria
C. Virus
D. Creature from the Black
Lagoon
For $16,000
Which of the following are not
associated with fungus
diseases?
A.
B.
C.
D.
Conks and mushrooms
Insect vectors
Fruiting bodies
Mold (Mycelium growth)
For $16,000
What sign of a fungus
disease is evident on this
bean leaf?
A. Sclerotia
B. Ooze
C. Spores
D. Mold
For $32,000
What sign of a fungus disease is
evident on these roses?
A. Mushrooms
B. Mycelium
C. Rusts
D. Sclerotia
For
$32,000
The virus symptom on this rose
plant is referred to as what:
A.
B.
C.
D.
Mold
Mildew
Mycelium
Mosaic
For $64,000
Which type of disease pathogen
caused the angular leafspot symptom
on this strawberry?
A. Virus
B. Bacteria
C. Protozoa
D. Fungus
For $64,000
This fungal fruiting body is called a:
A.
B.
C.
D.
Conk
Sclerotia
Spore
Mold
For $125,000
These fungal fruiting bodies are called:
A. Conidia
B. Rust Spores
C. Scerotia
D. Mildews
Close-up of leaf spot
For $125,000
Which disease management
strategy is NOT an example of a
“cultural” method of disease
control?
A. Pesticides
B. Crop rotation
C. Sanitation
D. Improvement of the plant
environment
For $250,000
A new group of Crape Myrtle
varieties have been developed
which are less susceptible to
Powdery Mildew disease. They
are said to be ________ to this
disease.
A. Immune
B. Tolerant
C. Resistant
For $250,000
D. Vigorous
What is the likely cause of the stunted,
distorted growth of the berry plant on the
left?
A. Fungal disease
B. Bacterial disease
C. Virus disease
D. Nutritional deficiency
For $500,000
Tomato plants in a
concentrated area of a
field begin to wilt and
die. A cut stem inserted
in water shows this sign
What disease causes
this kind of symptom
and sign?
For $500,000
A.
B.
C.
D.
Fungal Wilt disease
Bacterial Wilt disease
Viral Wilt disease
Stem Canker
This tomato’s problem was caused by:
A.
B.
C.
D.
Cold damage.
A disease.
Nutritional problems.
An insect pest.
$1,000,000!
What caused this damage?
A.
B.
C.
D.
Freezing temperatures
Herbicide application error
Both.
Neither.
$1,000,000!
Who Wants To Be A
Master Gardener?
Master
Gardener
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