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The Late Blight Pandemic in Northeastern USA in 2009 - Causes and Results

November 2012



By Bill Fry
Professor of Plant Pathology
Cornell University
Phone:
607-255-7863
Email:wef1@cornell.edu


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Summary:

This presentation will help consultants, growers and other practitioners understand the cause of the 2009 tomato late blight epidemic. Additionally, a new web-based tool is described. This tool provides information to practitioners in near real time to inform in-season disease management decisions.


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