Emerging Tomato Diseases in the Southeast and Methods for Their Control
By Dr. Kelly Ivors
and Extension Specialist
North Carolina State University
Phone: 828-684-3562 x 143
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Dr. Kelly Ivors discusses the most important emerging diseases of commercially-grown fresh market tomatoes in the SE United States, including bacterial wilt, Fusarium wilt, tomato spotted wilt, bacterial leaf spot, early blight, and late blight. Symptoms of each disease are presented, as well as information from numerous field trials regarding the best strategies for managing these destructive pathogens.
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