Late Blight in Garden Potatoes

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Late blight of potato is a disease of great concern wherever potatoes are grown. The organism responsible for late blight, Phytopthora infestans, is known as the plant destroyer. All parts of the potato plant are susceptible to late blight. The disease often appears following periods of very wet weather. Color, 2 pages.

  • AuthorJessica Rupp, Nina Zidack
  • Copyright2016
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