Brassica family vegetables are very important and are intensively grown for resource poor African smallholder farmers for subsistence and a source of income [3]. Brassica rapa is a crop species of economic importance. If you would like to, you can learn more about the cookies we use. Table 1.2. During the late 1960s, early 1970s and 1990s the frequency and severity of the disease increased. In Illinois and Virginia, black rot is one of the most important diseases of cabbage and cauliflower (Lambe and Lacy, 1982; Eastburn, 1989). Brassica campestris L. Conventional propagation is through seeds. The rot spreads downwards towards the base of the branches forming dark-brown to black streaks. Cauliflower As a source of oil: Oil is extracted from mustard seeds, which is used for cooking. They are the third leading source of vegetable oil in the world after soy and palm and the world’s second leading source of protein meal (Gupta, 2009). You can now claim your publications on CAB Direct with your ORCID iD! It has been found to be at par with soybean meal with good potential for developing high-value protein food and feed. Economic Importance of Brassicaceae. Common name: Mustard family Number of genera:This family includes 375 genera and about 3200 species. Web Coated \(SWOP\) v2\)\r /ParseDSCComments true\r \ /PreserveEPSInfo true\r /MonoImageDepth -1\r /AutoFilterGrayIma\ ges true\r /SubsetFonts false\r /GrayACSImageDict << /VSamples [\ 1 1 1 1 ] /HSamples [ 1 1 1 1 ] /Blend 1 /QFactor 0.15 /ColorTransform \ 1 >>\r /ColorImageFilter /DCTEncode\r /AutoRotatePages /None\r \ /PreserveCopyPage true\r /EncodeMonoImages true\r /ASCII85Enc\ odePages false\r /PreserveOPIComments false\r /NeverEmbed [ ]\r \ /ColorImageDict << /HSamples [ 2 1 1 2 ] /VSamples [ 2 1 1 2 ] /Blen\ d 1 /QFactor 0.9 >>\r /AntiAliasGrayImages false\r /GrayImageDep\ th -1\r /CannotEmbedFontPolicy /Error\r /EndPage -1\r /Trans\ ferFunctionInfo /Apply\r /CalRGBProfile \(sRGB IEC61966-2.1\)\r \ /EncodeColorImages true\r /EncodeGrayImages true\r /ColorACSImag\ eDict << /VSamples [ 1 1 1 1 ] /HSamples [ 1 1 1 1 ] /Blend 1 /QFactor 0\ .15 /ColorTransform 1 >>\r /Optimize false\r /ParseDSCCommentsFo\ rDocInfo true\r /GrayImageDownsampleThreshold 1.5\r /MonoImageDo\ wnsampleThreshold 1.5\r /AutoPositionEPSFiles true\r /GrayImageR\ esolution 300\r /AutoFilterColorImages true\r /AlwaysEmbed [ ]\r\ /ImageMemory 524288\r /OPM 1\r /DefaultRenderingIntent /Def\ ault\r /EmbedAllFonts true\r /StartPage 1\r /DownsampleGrayI\ mages true\r /AntiAliasColorImages false\r /ConvertImagesToIndex\ ed true\r /PreserveHalftoneInfo true\r /CompressPages true\r \ /Binding /Left\r>> setdistillerparams\r<> setpagedevice) /T (Adobe Acrobat Distiller 5.0.x Job Option File) /C [ 0 1 0 ] /Name /Note /F 28 /Popup 44 0 R /AP 40 0 R >> endobj 40 0 obj << /N 41 0 R >> endobj 41 0 obj << /Filter /FlateDecode /Length 42 0 R /Type /XObject /Subtype /Form /FormType 1 /BBox [ 0 0 18 22 ] /Resources << /ProcSet [ /PDF ] >> >> stream Infected seed lots were reported from commercial seed lots in Japan (Shiomi, 1992) and in 1997-1998 black rot infected from 50 to 90% of plants of susceptible cabbage cultivars grown in three prefectures of Japan (Ignatov et al., 1997b). Extensive online help - available wherever you are in CAB Direct. Sisymbrim irio is used as medicinal plant. Brassica is the second largest oilseed crop after soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) H�|RkP�g=!1 �\4 �ꪠx�V��7�*�@ !!$! Cochlearia armoracia L.)), seakale (Crambe maritima), and watercress (Nasturtium spp.) The disease appears primarily on the above ground parts of the plant, but in hosts such as turnip and radish the fleshy roots may be affected showing internal signs of vascular discoloration (Lambe and Lacy, 1982; Sherf and MacNab, 1986). Brassica, head and stem, subgroup 5A, 5.0 ppm; grape 2.0 ppm; grape, raisin 6.0 ppm; vegetable, bulb, crop group 3-07, 7.0 ppm; vegetable, cucurbit, group 9, 0.50 ppm; vegetable, fruiting, group 8, 1.60 ppm; vegetable, leafy, except brassica, group 4, 25 ppm; vegetable, leaves of root and tuber, group 2, 15.0 ppm; vegetable, root, subgroup 1A, except sugar beet and carrot 0.15 ppm; vegetable, tuberous and corm (except potato), subgroup 1D, 0.02 ppm.