Yearly Archives: 2015
Vegetable Crop Update #23
Vegetable Crop Update #23 Read full update.
Vegetable Crop Update #22
Vegetable Crop Update #22 Read full update.
Potato Late Blight: How Growers are Overcoming the Challenge
Potato late blight has been detected in Wisconsin, but don’t think this disease has the upper hand when it comes to your vegetables. Wisconsin’s potato and vegetable growers are staying ahead of the curve to properly manage this fast-moving community disease to ensure a healthy…
Disease Supplement #2
All of the late blight samples that we have received for testing, to date, are of the US-23 clonal lineage/strain. This type can be controlled with mefenoxam/metalaxyl fungicides. In review, the samples were from: northern Adams Co. (from 6/23) – US-23 western Waushara Co. (from…
Vegetable Crop Update #20
Vegetable Crop Update #20 Read full update.
Vegetable Crop Update #19
Vegetable Crop Update #19 Read full update.
Working Together – Stakeholders Unite to Protect Our Water through the Little Plover Conservancy Project
The farm fields are coming to life in Wisconsin’s Central Sands as the potato, sweet corn, green bean and pea crops — the lifeblood of Portage County’s bountiful agriculture — come into blossom. As we watch and enjoy this remarkable productivity unfold, it’s a good…
Disease Supplement – UWEX Vegetable Crop Updates Newsletter
The late blight that was detected in Adams County WI is of the US-23 genotype/strain. This means that phenylamide fungicides such as metalaxyl and mefenoxam (ie: Ridomil) are effective in managing late blight. Other traits of US-23 include, A1 mating type, host range includes tomatoes,…
Vegetable Crop Update #18
Vegetable Crop Update #18 Read full update.
Vegetable Crop Update #17
Vegetable Crop Update #17 Read full update. Organic Late Blight Control 2015