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Home  >  Pest Management  >   Organic Alternatives for Late Blight Control in Potatoes (Summary)

Organic Alternatives for Late Blight Control in Potatoes



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By George Kuepper and Preston Sullivan

Published: 2004

Updated: 2004

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Introduction

New strains of late blight have emerged in recent years, making potato production especially challenging. Several nonchemical options are available for managing this disease, including cultural practices, some varietal resistance, and alternative sprays that discourage disease development.

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Introduction
Disease Management
Summary
References
Web Site Resources

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