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Irish Potato Disease Index
Irish Potato Disease Index IRISH POTATO Solanum tuberosum Disease Index Bacterial Wilt Blackleg Early Blight Late Blight Pink Rot of Tubers Ring Rot Scab Scurf and Stem Rot Curly Top Spotted Wilt Other Diseases The full potato text is available without illustrations.October, 1996
plantpathology.tamu.edu

IRISH POTATO
... IRISH POTATO EARTH APPLE--IRISH POTATO Irish or white potato (Solanum tuberosum) SOLANACEAE, Nightshade Family The white or Irish potato (Solanum tuberosum), also called the "earth apple" (Fr. pomme de terre), needs no ... of wet weather, the Irish potato crop began to die. The leaves and, subsequently, the tubers were infected with a fungus known as the late blight of potato, Phytophthora infestans, ...
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Late Blight of Potato
... of Potato Late Blight of Potato GardenLine | Vegetables | Late Blight of Potato Late blight (Phytophthora infestans) of potato is a very destructive fungal disease. In the mid 1840’s this fungus reached epidemic proportions in Ireland and was responsible for the Irish potato ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Late Blight of Potato and Tomato, HYG-3102-95
... Late blight is one of the most devastating diseases of potato and tomato worldwide. It was responsible for the devastating Irish potato famine of the 1840's and has continued to be important ... . If left unmanaged, this disease can result in complete destruction of potato or tomato crops. Symptoms Late blight appears on potato or tomato leaves as pale green, water-soaked spots, often beginning ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Finding the perfect potato: using functional genomics to improve disease resistance and tuber quality traits
... disease outbreaks of all time was the Irish potato famine of 1845 to 1847 when the late blight pathogen, Phytophthora infestens, devastated the potato crop and caused more than one million ... a research program currently underway in Canada that uses functional genomics to improve the potato. Key words: functional genomics, expressed sequence tags, microarray, activation tagging. Back to Table of ...
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DIVERSITY - jane galloway's potato show
... DIVERSITY - jane galloway's potato show Jane Galloway's Potato Show The potato's role in world history is rarely acknowledged. Actress Jane Galloway is helping to put ... potato's history - Parmentier feeding the French army, Marie Antoinette using the flowers in her hair; the European / Irish potato famine of the 1840s; the invention of the crisp ... Jane observes that the potato ...
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APSnet North American Potato Blight Workshop
... , the destructive disease responsible for the Irish potato famine that resulted widespread death by starvation and in the migration of more than one million Irish to the United States. A workshop ... themselves and their interests, and facilitators participated in discussion forums on late blight management, potato host plant genetics, and the fungus and the disease. Among management topics covered in ...
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APSnet Education Center - Plant Disease Lessons - Late blight of potato and tomato
... 1094/PHI-I-2000-0724-01 Updated, 2005. DISEASE: Late blight of potato and tomato PATHOGEN: Phytophthora infestans HOSTS: potato, tomato (economically important hosts) Authors Gail L. Schumann, University of Massachusetts, ... field trial. (Courtesy D. Inglis, copyright-free) Late blight is the disease that triggered the Irish potato famine of the 1840s. It also was the first plant disease for which a ...
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... Potato Recipes by: Sally Mansfield, Alex Barker List Price: 4.99 Amazon Price: 4.99 Read reviews & Buy from Amazon! Publisher: Southwater (02 February, 2006) Best of Irish Potato Recipes (Best of Irish ... ) Irish Potato Recipes by: Nuala Cullen, Rosemary Moon, Hilaire Walden List Price: 9.99 Amazon Price: 11.98 Read reviews & Buy from Amazon! Publisher: Gill & Macmillan (01 March, 2002) Potato ( ...
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Potato Wart Disease
... in the potato-growing regions of Chile or Peru. It was probably transported to Europe after the Irish potato famine, when plant scientists were investigating the breeding of new strains of potato. The connection ... interfere with well water and land use. In an attempt to eradicate wart disease of potato, potato plants are now bred for resistance to the disease. This breeding program has been ...
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