Late blight is a serious disease of potato and tomato family (Solanaceous) crops worldwide that can be difficult to control organically. eOrganic presenters Dr. Sally Miller of Ohio State University, Dr. Meg McGrath of Cornell University, and Dr. Alex Stone of Oregon State University discussed the 2009 epidemic and how to diagnose, prevent, and manage late blight on organic farms.
For additional webinars on late blight presented in 2010, see:
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