Identifying Potato Diseases in Pennsylvania
Identifying Potato Diseases in Pennsylvania contains 65 color photographs and is intended for potato growers, extension workers, and anyone interested in producing maximum yields of high-quality potatoes in Pennsylvania.
Commercial and small-scale potato growers, extension educators, home gardeners
Causal organism, part of potato affected, symptoms, disease cycle, conditions that promote the disease, and management/control for late blight, early blight, Verticillium wilt (early dying), Rhizoctonia canker (black scurf), fusarium dry rot and seed piece decay, silver scurf, Pythium leak, pink rot, black dot, powdery scab, gray mold, Sclerotinia stalk rot (white mold), common scab, blackleg and soft rot, ring rot, viruses, and some physiological disorders
Michael Orzolek, Ph.D.
Marley E Skinner, Montserrat Fonseca Estrada, Tianna DuPont, Mike Basedow
Elsa Sanchez, Ph.D., Cheryl Frank Sullivan, Margaret Skinner