Newsletter ArchivesLindsey du Toit and Debra Inglis, editors
WSU Mount Vernon NWREC
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WSU Vegetable Pathology Team Newsletters
|August 2006||Regional Resources for PNW Vegetable Growers|
|June 2006||Two Nematode Pests of Recent Interest in the PNW|
|August 2005 (PDF)||Nematodes in Vegetable Crops in Washington|
|June 2005||California Fresh Carrot Advisory Board expresses concern over Carrot virus Y (CarVY), a new disease in Australia|
Yellow Spot Virus increasing in prevalence in onion bulb & seed crops in the Columbia Basin
Vegetable cultivar trials
|June/July 2004||Washington State University to participate in the new National Plant Diagnostic Network (NPDN)|
|August 2003||Foliar diseases on some leafy vegetables in NW Washington|
|July 2003||Carrot seed disease management|
|June 2003||Iris yellow spot of onions in the PNW
New information on vegetable diseases published during 2002-03
|May 2003||New information on vegetables from Vegetable Pathology Team members|
seed for disease control
Common seedborne diseases on vegetables
|June 2002||Biological products registered for controlling diseases on vegetables in Washington|
|July 2002||Focus on onions|
|August 2002||Focus on carrots|
Is the Legend tomato resistant to late blight?
Is this mildew, downy or powdery?
the Skagit Vegetable Trials
Is this rust or white rust?
|August 2001||Digital diagnosis of plant diseases
Post-harvest diseases of vegetables
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