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Vegetable Crop Update Newsletter
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Hello, I forward, here, a message from Dr. Jaime Willbur, Potato and Sugar Beet Extension Pathologist with Michigan State Univ., regarding the late blight situation in Michigan. The genotype or clonal lineage of the late …
Amanda Gevens, Chair, Professor & Extension Vegetable Pathologist, UW-Madison, Dept. of Plant Pathology, 608-575-3029, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Lab Website: https://vegpath.plantpath.wisc.edu/ Current P-Day (Early Blight) and Disease Severity Value (Late Blight) Accumulations. Thanks to Ben Bradford, UW-Madison …
Jaime Willbur, Assistant Professor, Potato & Sugar Beet Pathology Program, Department of Plant, Soil, and Microbial Sciences, Michigan State University We have confirmed two reports of potato late blight in two separate field areas of …
In This Issue: • Metabolic herbicide resistance • Potato disease risk and management recommendations for early blight and late blight • Cucurbit downy mildew • Tar spot on sweet corn
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Vegetable Crop Updates
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Vegetable Disease Resources
Learn more about common vegetable diseases, disease risk prediction tools, and other online and print resources.
Interactive Disease Severity Charts
We operate a network of four weather stations to give you the most relevant and accurate tools for late blight prevention in Wisconsin
Vegetable Disease Forecasting Network
This map tool helps you visualize disease and insect pressure across Wisconsin based on degree-day models and NOAA meteorological data.
Here you can find reports on our annual fungicide and disease management evaluations.