Late blight of potato and tomato

@article{Schumann2000LateBO,
  title={Late blight of potato and tomato},
  author={G. Schumann and C. D'arcy},
  journal={The Plant Health Instructor},
  year={2000}
}
Late blight is the most destructive disease of potato in British Columbia (B.C.). It is caused by Phytophthora infestans, an oomycete (fungal-like organism). It occurs in all areas of the province but it is more dependent on wet weather conditions, mainly rainfall, high humidity and cool to moderate temperature regimes. Monitoring for timely detection of early symptoms and knowledge of weather conditions are crucial for employing effective disease management practices. Late blight monitoring… Expand
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