The use and role of predictive systems in disease management.

@article{Gent2013TheUA,
  title={The use and role of predictive systems in disease management.},
  author={D. Gent and W. Mahaffee and N. McRoberts and W. Pfender},
  journal={Annual review of phytopathology},
  year={2013},
  volume={51},
  pages={
          267-89
        }
}
Disease predictive systems are intended to be management aids. With a few exceptions, these systems typically do not have direct sustained use by growers. Rather, their impact is mostly pedagogic and indirect, improving recommendations from farm advisers and shaping management concepts. The degree to which a system is consulted depends on the amount of perceived new, actionable information that is consistent with the objectives of the user. Often this involves avoiding risks associated with… Expand
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