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Fusarium spp. Causing Dry Rot of Seed Potato Tubers in Michigan and Their Sensitivity to Fungicides.
A survey of seed potato tubers in Michigan seed production storage facilities was carried out during 2009 and 2010. Fusarium spp. associated with tuber dry rot symptoms were identified to species andExpand
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First Report Of Strobilurin Resistance In Cercospora Beticola In Sugar Beet (Beta Vulgaris) In Michigan And Nebraska, USA
Cercospora leaf spot (CLS) caused by Cercospora beticola Sacc. is the most important foliar disease of sugar beet ( Beta vulgaris ) worldwide (Jacobsen & Franc, 2009). CLS is controlled mainly withExpand
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Effects of in-season crop-protection combined with postharvest applied fungicide on suppression of potato storage diseases caused by oomycete pathogens
The effects of fungicides and biofungicides applied during the growing season in combination with storage applications to control potato storage diseases caused by oomycete pathogens were evaluated.Expand
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Evaluation and comparison of biocontrol and conventional fungicides for control of postharvest potato tuber diseases
Abstract Two biocontrol fungicides (Bacillus subtilis and Bacillus pumilus) and three conventional fungicides (phosphorous acid, azoxystrobin and hydrogen peroxide) were evaluated in two storageExpand
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First Report of in vitro Fludioxonil-Resistant Isolates of Fusarium spp. Causing Potato Dry Rot in Michigan.
Fusarium dry rot of potato (Solanum tuberosum) is a postharvest disease caused by several Fusarium spp. Dry rot is managed primarily by reducing tuber bruising and promoting rapid wound healing. DryExpand
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First Report of Fusarium torulosum Causing Dry Rot of Seed Potato Tubers in the United States.
Fusarium dry rot of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) is a postharvest disease caused by several Fusarium species and is of worldwide importance. Thirteen species of Fusarium have been implicated inExpand
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Tuber Blight Development in Potato Cultivars in Response to Different Genotypes of Phytophthora infestans
Migrations or introduction of new genotypes of Phytophthora infestans to a specific region imposes a different perspective for potato production. During 2009–2010, a late blight epidemic affected theExpand
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Effect of Different Genotypes of Phytophthora infestans (Mont. de Bary) and Temperature on Tuber Disease Development
The interactions of different cultivars/Advance Breeding Lines (ABL) of potato with different genotypes of the potato late blight pathogen (Phytophthora infestans) at three storage temperatures onExpand
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