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Scab on Potatoes
... Scab on Potatoes Scab on Potatoes GardenLine | Vegetables | Scab on Potatoes Scab is a soil borne disease. Both common and powdery scab occur in Saskatchewan, however, common scab is much more prevalent. Scab is ... Control Same control as for common scab except decrease water at tuber set – whereas you increase the water at tuber set for common scab Sustainable horticultural information, offered ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Scab of Potato Tubers, HYG-3105-95
... Scab is a disease of potato tubers that results in lowered tuber quality due to scab-like surface lesions. There are no above-ground symptoms. Two forms of scab occur. Common scab occurs in all production areas and is most severe in soils with a pH above 5.5. Another less common form, called acid scab ... for common scab, and is capable of causing all the types of scab ...
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variety
... other russets because of taste and ready availability. Round whites are quite susceptible to common scab, harvest injury, and storage decay compared to russets. Many potato varieties produce acceptable ... are shallow and well distributed. Cooking quality is excellent. Viking is moderately resistant to common scab. Winema -- New PNW release. Moderate yields of smallish tubers with good color. Top ...
oregonstate.edu

Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology, Volume 23, Number 1, March 2001
... P. Randall Pages 60-67 Abstract Control of tuber-borne black scurf [Rhizoctonia solani] and common scab [Streptomyces scabies] of potatoes with a combination of sodium hypochlorite and thiophanate-methyl preplanting seed ...
pubs.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca

Finding the perfect potato: using functional genomics to improve disease resistance and tuber quality traits
... , has come at a huge cost. To combat major diseases, such as late blight and common scab, 64 106 kg of pesticides are sprayed on potato fields each year. The costs ...
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Evan Johnson
... occur between pathogen and host. Currently, I am studying multiple aspects of the interaction of scab causing Streptomyces spp. with their host plants. One project involves identifying the plant-derived compounds ... . Wach, E. G. Johnson, D. Gibson, and R. Loria. 2004. Nitric oxide's role in common scab of potato: Phytotoxin biosynthesis and what else? Phytopathology 94:S106. R. Loria, J. A. Kers ...
ppathw3.cals.cornell.edu

Scientific Staff - Deena Errampalli
... apple scab, in Ontario. Acta Horticuture 638:157-162. 2001 Errampalli, D. and H.W. Johnston. 2001. Control of tuber-borne black scurf (Rhizoctonia solani) and common scab (Streptomyces ... myclobutanil fungicide sensitivities among populations of Venturia inaequalis, the causal agent of apple scab, in Ontario, Acta Hort. (Abstr). Proceedings of the XXVI International Horticultural Congress, Toronto, ...
res2.agr.gc.ca

Potato Powdery Scab
... more dramatically. To see powdery scab, look in wet areas first. Rhizoctonia, and common scab symptoms can also look like powdery scab. Distribution of Powdery Scab (by Dr. Wale) Geographic distribution ... infections because the pathogen cannot multiply on these crops. Factors which affect powdery scab include: Soil moisture Temperature pH Soil type Cultivar resistance Inoculum Crop rotation ...
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Common Sense Gardening Part 1: Crop Rotation and Green Manures
... it is "sustainable agriculture." It might more simply be called "common sense gardening. It involves returning to the soil what is ... , by adding organic matter, often referred to as "green manuring." Common sense gardening also involves avoiding or reducing the use of ... practice common sense gardening, you may have to tolerate some imperfection in your produce - a flea beetle bite here, a scab mark ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Scab of Peach, Nectarine, Plum, and Apricot, HYG-3020-95
... Scab is most common in home orchards where fungicide spray programs are not practiced. The general use of fungicides by commercial growers has greatly reduced losses from scab. The principle loss from scab ... . Spots are most common near the stem end ... scab-infected leaves usually drop early. Figure. 1 Scab on peach fruit Causal Organism Scab is caused by the fungus Cladosporium carpophilum. The scab ...
ohioline.osu.edu




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