Gundersen, Babette

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Field Flooding for Controlling Soilborne Plant Pathogens in Western Washington

The Nature Conservancy of Washington’s Farming for Wildlife project, in cooperation with WSU, has been testing a novel concept of creating habitat for shorebirds on potato fields by employing field fl ...

Silver Scurf Begins Belowground on Potatoes in Western Washington

Photographic evidence included in this publication shows that silver scurf indeed begins belowground. Find out more about the life cycle of H. solani.

Proactive Approaches for Controlling Recombinant Strains of Potato virus Y in Western Washington

Recombinant strains of Potato virus Y (PVY) were detected in western Washington in 2012 and 2013: learn proactive measures that can be taken. ...

Season-Long Management of Late Blight on Potato and Tomato in Western Washington

Late blight, an infamous plant disease affecting potato and tomato, can be mitigated: learn controls, the life cycle, seasonal guidelines, and more, here.