Epidemiology and Management of a Periodically Introduced Pathogen

@article{Lamondia2004EpidemiologyAM,
  title={Epidemiology and Management of a Periodically Introduced Pathogen},
  author={J A Lamondia and Donald E. Aylor},
  journal={Biological Invasions},
  year={2004},
  volume={3},
  pages={273-282}
}
Periodically introduced plant pathogens, which are characterized by multiyear epidemics followed by multiyear absences, offer a number of unique challenges to disease management. Peronospora tabacina, the causal agent of tobacco blue mold, is periodically re-introduced into the northern tobacco growing areas of North America, and offers a model system to illustrate these challenges. Blue mold is very damaging, particularly to the wrapper tobacco types grown in Connecticut and Massachusetts… CONTINUE READING

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