3 edition of Potato tuber diseases, defects, and insect injuries in the Pacific Northwest found in the catalog.
Potato tuber diseases, defects, and insect injuries in the Pacific Northwest
Earle C. Blodgett
by The State College of Washington, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Washington Agricultural Experiment Stations in Pullman, Wash
Written in English
|Statement||Earle C. Blodgett and Avery E. Rich.|
|Series||Popular bulletin / Washington Agricultural Experiment Station -- no. 195., Popular bulletin (Washington Agricultural Experiment Station) -- no. 195.|
|Contributions||Rich, Avery E.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||116|
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Detection of Potato Tuber Diseases & Defects scab may be confused with those of powdery scab, Rhizoctonia russeting, or insect damage. This Symptoms are somewhat variable depending on the temperature, exposure period, and potato cultivar. Externally, the tuber appears wrinkled and flabby, whereas internal tissues generally.
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1 A). The psyllid was described in by Karel Šulc from specimens collected in Boulder, Colorado, and is found in Mexico, Central America, the western U.S., and southern Canada, and as an introduction in New Cited by: CONTENTS PageIntroduction 1Modified key to potato diseases and disorders 3Fungus diseases 20 21 Botrytis gray mold 21 Charcoal rot 21 Early blight 22 Fusarium: Wilt, tuber rots, and seed-piece decay 24 Jelly-end rot 25 Late blight 27 Leak 28 Phoma tuber rot 28 Pink rot 28 Powdery mildew 29 Rhizoctonia canker (black scurf) 30 Scab, common Pacific Coast pear rust powdery mildew Ralstonia Alert Phytophthora ramorum Rhododendron bud blight smut on Trillium white rust on alyssum Contact Us.
Disease IPM. This page is devoted to information for identifying and managing disease pests. Current disease links are listed to the left. POTATO DISEASES to a large extent on the he potato diseases occur-prevented.
The methods lishing this are described Practice a four- to six-year rotation of crops soas to free the soil as much as possible from parasites which may attack the potato.
Treat all potat plant-ing, using only tho to be effective. Mercuric e now considered to be the. Discusses the status of the potato tuberworm in the Pacific Northwest, explains the pest's life cycle, and includes color photos for identification.
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