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Horticultural diseases and disorders
  Fungi
  Leaf and flower diseases
  Stem diseases
  Root diseases
  Bacteria
  Viruses
  Physiological disorders

The classification of fungi referred to in Classification and naming has practical implications in understanding fungal disease life cycles and control. Species within a fungal division often have similar methods of spread, and of survival. Their similarity of spore and hypha structure and of biochemistry also means that they are often controlled by a common fungicide active ingredient. For this reason, the appropriate fungal division is given for each disease as it appears (e.g. Zygomycota is mentioned against potato blight).

 
     
 
 
     



     
 
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