Approaches to control of potato early dying caused byVerticillium dahliae

  title={Approaches to control of potato early dying caused byVerticillium dahliae},
  author={James R. Davis},
  journal={American Potato Journal},
Potato early dying disease, caused byVerticillium dahliae, may be either suppressed or controlled by a variety of procedures. These methods include the growing of resistant cultivars, attention to cultural management, utilization of pesticides, and solar heating of soils. The greatest successes in control of Verticillium wilt have been achieved with the use of either soil fumigants or clonal resistance, but these approaches have been restricted. Widespread use of fumigants has been limited by… CONTINUE READING


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