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- Potato late blight update and late-season recommendations for 2015: Potato late blight has been found in several fields in Montcalm and St. Joseph counties. Take into consideration these late-season recommendations.
- Indiana reports late blight in potato and tomato fields: Lagrange County, Indiana, reports late blight in potato and tomato fields.
- Potato late blight found in Michigan in 2015: Growers should be treating all fields on a minimum five-day schedule in Montcalm, Gratiot, Ionia and Mecosta counties. All other growers should continue to scout on a weekly basis.
- Potato late blight recommendations for 2015: Michigan potato growers should be observant for late blight this year and know the symptoms, biology and control methods.
- Blackleg disease reported in some Michigan potato fields: Aerial and lower stem blackleg in potatoes are ever present, but some years worse than others.
- Alternatives to chlorothalonil for potato late blight control: Chlorothalonil for potato late blight control is in limited supply for 2015. Growers should consider these fungicide modifications.
- Zing! registered for use against potato late blight and early blight: A mixture of zoxamide and chlorothalonil, Zing! fungicide is registered for use against potato late blight and early blight in Michigan.
- New fungicides for Cercospora leaf spot control in sugarbeets: Minerva and Minerva Duo are two new fungicides that can now be used for Cercospora leaf spot control in sugarbeets for 2015.
- Guidelines for applying Stadium to potato tubers: Achieve optimum coverage with Stadium on potato tubers entering storage by following these guidelines.
- Potato late blight update and late-season recommendations for 2014: Potato late blight has been severe throughout southern Michigan this year. Learn the symptoms and disease cycle, and take into consideration late-season recommendations.
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