Approaches to control of potato early dying caused byVerticillium dahliae View Full Text


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DATE

1985-04

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James R. Davis

ABSTRACT

Potato early dying disease, caused byVerticillium dahliae, may be either suppressed or controlled by a variety of procedures. These methods include the growing of resistant cultivars, attention to cultural management, utilization of pesticides, and solar heating of soils. The greatest successes in control of Verticillium wilt have been achieved with the use of either soil fumigants or clonal resistance, but these approaches have been restricted. Widespread use of fumigants has been limited by cost, and the lack of commercial acceptance has often restricted the utilization of resistant potato cultivars. The Katahdin and Targhee cultivars are currently available with resistance and/or tolerance to this disease. The Russet Burbank potato also possesses a limited degree of resistance to the fungus, and with this resistance, the disease appears to be suppressed by optimal growing conditions. In potato fields that have been cropped for several years, disease suppression in Russet Burbank was found to be related to methods of irrigation and increased nitrogen availability. It is suggested that improved utilization of resistant germplasm and effective use of biological control strategies may ultimately lead to economical control of this disease. More... »

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177-185

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