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Issue 191: December 28, 2018
Epimedium(1).gifEditor’s Pick
Kiambi et al. have identified a new disease of epimedium (Epimedium grandiflorum) caused by carnation ringspot virus (CRSV). Epimediums are grown as ornamental, perennial groundcovers throughout North America. —Pamela D. Roberts, Editor-in-Chief, Plant Health Progress
 
 
Frogeye(1).jpgMost Popular PHP Article
Zhang et al. report that QoI-resistant isolates of Cercospora sojina were detected in counties and parishes in 14 states, representing approximately 13% of the harvested soybean hectares in the United States. They describe their research and make management recommendations in "Widespread Occurrence of Quinone Outside Inhibitor Fungicide-Resistant Isolates of Cercospora sojina, Causal Agent of Frogeye Leaf Spot of Soybean, in the United States." (Photo © Daren Mueller—Reproduced by permission)
 
PHP Diagnostic Guide
 
PHP Research
 
PHP Review
 
PHP Briefs
 
 
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Focus on Potato
 
Periderm disorder syndrome (PDS), formerly called “pink eye,” is a complex and costly problem for potato growers, and to date, there are no means of preventing or reversing PDS development. Edward C. Lulai explains the nature of the disease and provides practitioners with the information needed to make decisions about the storage, sale, and processing of afflicted potatoes.
 
Focus on Cotton
 
The potentially devastating race 4 (FOV4) of the Fusarium wilt of cotton pathogen was found in the El Paso area in 2017, posing a serious threat to cotton production in this region and perhaps other regions, as well. Thomas Isakeit discusses how to recognize and manage the disease and hopes to raise awareness of it in the eastern U.S. cotton production community.
 
Soil health can influence both crop yields and production costs, yet many cotton producers don’t know how to develop and maintain healthy soils. John Zak addresses taking care of the soil microbiome, which is essential to promoting plant growth, increasing soil carbon, maintaining nutrient availability, and building soil structure.
 
 
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PMN is scheduling grant outreach webcasts for 2019. To get your webcast on the production calendar, contact Sue Freese, Strategic Product Development Manager (sfreese@scisoc.org).

Crop Genetics

Forage and Rangeland Management
Insect Pests / Entomology
Dectes Stem Borer and Lodged Soybeans - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Nutrient Management
Postharvest
Soil Health
Planning for Soil Health in 2019 - Illinois Soybean Association
Water Management
Weed Management
Planning for 2019: Preemergence Herbicides - North Carolina State University
In a September Plant Disease article, Daren S. Mueller et al. explore the feasibility of having farmers and crop consultants use social media to share disease observations. Use of a Twitter disease-monitoring campaign helped successfully track southern rust of corn northward during the 2016 and 2017 growing seasons. Open access for a limited time.
 
 
CMV affects more than 1,000 host plants—many of them, economically important food crops. Editors P. Palukaitis and F. García-Arenal have compiled key findings dating back to 1916 in a single, comprehensive book. Buy now!
 
 
 
 
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