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Fwd: C I C L Y News from Jamaica   Message List  
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Hello all,
I would appreciate any comments or information on the issue below.
Thanks and regards,
Dagmar Hanold

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> From: Hugh Harries <harrieshc@yahoo.com>
> Date: 10 May 2007 3:17:45 PM
> To: Dagmar Hanold <dagmar.hanold@adelaide.edu.au>
> Subject: Re: C I C L Y News from Jamaica
>
> Hi Dagmar
>
> It is still a matter of opinion. Why don't you send
> your question to cicly@yahoogroups.com to generate an
> exchange of opinions?
>
> Hugh
>
> --- Dagmar Hanold <dagmar.hanold@adelaide.edu.au>
> wrote:
>
>> Dear Hugh,
>>
>> I may have missed previous stories on this - but
>> does this paragraph
>> below
>>
>>>> It says the continued failure is linked to
>> farmers' reluctance to
>>>> plant the Malayan Dwarf and Maypan hybrid, which
>> are still dying from
>>>> lethal yellowing disease.
>>
>> mean that dwarf and hybrid resistance has broken
>> down?
>>
>> Kind regards,
>> Dagmar Hanold
>>
>>
>>
>>> From: "hugh.harries" <harrieshc@yahoo.com>
>>> Date: 6 May 2007 4:48:28 PM
>>> To: CICLY@yahoogroups.com
>>> Subject: C I C L Y News from Jamaica
>>> Reply-To: CICLY@yahoogroups.com
>>>
>>> "Sat May 5, 2007
>>> Farmers' reluctance stymies efforts to re-grow
>> coconuts
>>>
>>> The Coconut Industry Board, which is staging the
>> annual general
>>> meeting of the Growers Association on Saturday,
>> has indicated that it
>>> is experiencing problems with its planting
>> programmes.
>>>
>>> It says the programmes introduced as part of
>> efforts to maintain the
>>> number of trees which existed immediately before
>> the latest outbreak
>>> of yellow leafing in 1997 have seen little
>> success.
>>>
>>> According to the Board, it did not achieve its
>> targeted planting of
>>> 100,000 seedlings per year, and this has been the
>> experience every
>>> year since the establishment of the programmes.
>>>
>>> It says the continued failure is linked to
>> farmers' reluctance to
>>> plant the Malayan Dwarf and Maypan hybrid, which
>> are still dying from
>>> lethal yellowing disease.
>>>
>>> Planting under the old programme should have
>> ended in 2004, but the
>>> Board decided that the period should be extended.
>>>
>>> This, as the targeted 300,000 seedlings over the
>> five years had not
>>> been achieved.
>>>
>>> Under the programme, the Board is continuing to
>> offer 60,000 seedlings
>>> per year and fertilizer for 80 per cent of the
>> seedlings."
>>>
>>>
>>
> http://www.rjr94fm.com/news/story.php?category=2&story=35569
>>>

Dr Dagmar Hanold
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School of Agriculture, Food and Wine
The University of Adelaide, Waite Campus
Glen Osmond SA 5064, AUSTRALIA.
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Hello all, I would appreciate any comments or information on the issue below. Thanks and regards, Dagmar Hanold ... Dr Dagmar Hanold Plant Virology School of...
Dagmar Hanold
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May 10, 2007
1:41 pm

Dagmar It seems I was wrong to think that CICLY members might have an opinion on your question "does this . . . mean that dwarf and hybrid resistance has...
Hugh Harries
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May 21, 2007
11:50 pm

Thanks for this, Hugh! I am the 'plant moderator' for www.promedmail.org, an information service by the International Society for Infectious Diseases. Since I ...
Dagmar Hanold
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May 23, 2007
7:18 am

Dagmar Your ProMed-Mail seems very comprehensive and I hope other CICLY members will find it at http://tinyurl.com/2djc7d I agree that it would be a good idea...
Hugh Harries
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May 24, 2007
8:35 am

Dagmar, Hugh, Cicly members who are doing research on some difficult problems like the lethal yellowings of coconut cannot spend their time in front of their ...
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Jul 24, 2007
4:31 pm

Hello Michel, Thank you very much for this information, it is most interesting. Do you think it would be ok if I did a follow-up story posting your abstract...
Dagmar Hanold
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Jul 25, 2007
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... Cicly members who are doing research on some difficult problems like the lethal yellowing of coconut cannot spend their time in front of their computer... ...
Hugh Harries
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Jul 26, 2007
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