Pests, Plant Diseases, and Weeds

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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 ...
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First Report of Horned Lark Damage to Canola Seedlings (Oilseed Series)

Winter canola is an important crop in the Pacific Northwest, both as a biodiesel feedstock and a wheat-based crop rotation. Crop damage can be frustrating and costly, especially when you’re dealing wi ...
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Grapevine Leafroll Disease

Grapevine leafroll is a very complex viral disease. This publication addresses various aspects of disease symptoms, accurate diagnosis, vector management, and the absolute necessity of taking preve ...

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Grapevine Leafroll Disease (Spanish)

Entre las enfermedades víricas y enfermedades similares-a-víricas que infectan a las parras (plantas de uva) alrededor del mundo, la enfermedad del Enrollamiento de la Hoja de Parra(GLD) es conside ...
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Growing Corkbark Fir and Subalpine Fir for Nursery Production

Explores the cultivation of corkbark fir and subalpine fir for use as landscape (corkbark fir only) or Christmas trees. Topics covered include site selection, seeding production, tree establishment an ...
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Growing Day-neutral Strawberries in Western Washington

Western Washington has a long history as a strawberry-growing region. This publication introduces day-neutral strawberry production to commercial growers who are interested in exploiting the long gro ...
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High Residue Farming Under Irrigation: Pest Management Considerations (4 in a series of 5)

“High Residue Farming” is an umbrella term for cropping systems in which less tillage is used in order to keep crop residue on the surface of a field. That crop residue provides many benefits to the s ...
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How Soil pH affects the Activity and Persistence of Herbicides (Soil Acidification Series)

This publication discusses how decreasing soil pH contributes to increased instances of herbicide persistence and categorizes commonly used herbicides as either a weak acid, weak base, cationic, noni ...
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