Tolerance of Carrot Cultivars to Fungal Leaf Blight Diseases and its Use as a Major Component of the Recommended IPM Program
|NYS IPM Type: Project Report
|Fungal leaf blights (spots) in New York are caused primarily by Alternaria dauci, although low incidence of typical symptoms caused by Cercospora carotae have also been observed in a few fields the past 2 years. Leaf blights are among the major diseases impacting carrot production and profitability in New York.
|New York State Integrated Pest Management Program
|Tolerance of Carrot Cultivars to Fungal Leaf Blight Diseases and its Use as a Major Component of the Recommended IPM Program