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Control of Fusarium and Verticillium Wilts while Potato Growing

Avoid using any solanaceous crop (potato, tomato, pepper, eggplant) in the rotation. In case of Verticillium wilt also avoids the use of strawberries and raspberries, which are highly susceptible. […]

Common Scab

Scab is a common tuber defect in most potato-growing regions, although usually not where soils are very acid. The causal organism has been introduced into most potato soils. It affects only quality, not yield. […]

Ring Rot potatoes disease

(caused by Clavibacter michiganensis ssp.)

Sepedonicus Bacterial ring rot is a recurring disease problem in temperate regions. It occasionally appears in tropical countries when seed from temperate regions is used, and can be confused with brown rot. Symptoms of Ring Rot potatoes disease

Symptoms usually appear mid-season or later and include wilting (often of only […]

Blackleg and Soft Rot potato disease

Blackleg can occur at any stage of development when moisture is excessive. Black, slimy lesions most often progress up the stem from the soft, rotted mother tuber. New tubers sometimes rot at the stolon end. Young plants are commonly stunted and erect. […]