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USAblight: potato and
tomato late blight alert system

Stay updated with the latest reports of potato and tomato late blight outbreaks in the US through USAblight

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USAblight

USAblight: potato and
tomato late blight alert system

Stay updated with the latest reports of potato and tomato late blight outbreaks in the US through USAblight

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Help, my plants are
dying!

Contact your local extension agent for assistance. Agents are the bridge between the public and Extension specialists at land-grant universities. Agents educate the public through consultation, newsletters, and social media.

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Welcome to the Plant
Pathology Portal!

This website was designed by the Department of Plant Pathology at NCSU to centralize crop disease information for commercial growers, home gardeners and Extension agents in NC. Enjoy your visit!

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The NC Plant Disease
and Insect Clinic

The NC Plant Disease and Insect Clinic diagnoses plant problems for farmers, growers, landscapers, homeowners, and gardeners. In consultation with expert faculty, we recommend ways to control diseases and pests.

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Cucurbit Downy Mildew
IPMpipe

Stay updated with the latest reports of cucurbit downy mildew outbreaks in the US through the cucurbit downy mildew IPMpipe 

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Physiological Scorch

Soybean Scortch

North Carolina State University and Cooperative Extension   From Steve Koenning, Soybean Pathology Specialist       SOYBEAN DISEASE UPDATE: Physiological Scorch – Is it SDS, Stem Canker, Black Root Rot (CBR), Brown MORE »

Basil downy mildew outbreaks in North Carolina

Several basil growers, homeowners, and garden centers have reported outbreaks of basil downy mildew to the Vegetable Pathology Lab at NCSU.  Over 100 outbreaks across the United States (US) have been reported to MORE »

2014 Field Day at the Mountain Research Station

Growers, researchers, county agents, and representatives from agriculture-related companies came together on Thursday, July 10th to attend the annual field day at the Mountain Research Station in Waynesville, North Carolina. Participants were given MORE »

Tomato late blight confirmed in Western North Carolina

Tomato late blight, caused by the oomycete Phytophthora infestans, was confirmed today (July 11, 2014) in a tomato sample from Henderson County, North Carolina and confirmed by the Plant Disease and Insect Clinic and the Quesada Lab at NCSU.   Late blight MORE »

Potato late blight outbreak in Eastern North Carolina

Potato late blight, caused by the oomycete Phytophthora infestans, was reported yesterday (June 19, 2014) in a potato sample from Carteret County, North Carolina and confirmed by the Plant Disease and Insect Clinic and the Quesada Lab at MORE »

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