Chase Horticultural Research Inc.

Chase Research Gardens, Inc. was formed in 1994, creating a private research operation dedicated to developing information for the ornamentals industry throughout the United States. The main activity of Chase Research Gardens is product evaluation including biological, chemical and physical aspects of ornamental plant production and utilization. The company also develops educational materials for use by professionals and hobbyists with interests in ornamentals. Special emphasis is being placed on development of books, flashcard sets and CD-ROMs with full color illustrations to inform the public about a variety of topics.

8031 Mt. Aukum Rd., Suite F
P.O. Box 529
Mt. Aukum CA 95656
530.620.1624
Mike@chaseresearch.net

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Host: Geranium, zinnia, begonia, iris, poppy, poinsettia, canna, heuchera, rudbeckia, phlox, astilbe Symptoms: Xanthomonas most often appears as small, round, brown lesions...
Host: A wide host range, including virtually all herbaceous greenhouse crops such as dianthus, impatiens, coreopsis, ageratum, chrysanthemum and petunia. Symptoms: This...
Host: Broad range of annuals and perennials, including African violet, azelea, geranium, lisianthus, petunia, poinsettia, pothos, vinca, spathiphyllum and gerbera Symptoms:...
Host: Broad range of annuals and perennials, including African violet, azelea, geranium, lisianthus, petunia, poinsettia, pothos, vinca, spathiphyllum and dianthus Symptoms:...
Host: Fungi are very specific, attacking only plants with a close taxonomic relationship. Common hosts include China aster, chrysanthemum, dahlia, dianthus, cyclamen and...
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