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

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

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The NC Plant Disease
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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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USAblight: potato and
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Stay updated with the latest reports of potato and tomato late blight outbreaks in the US through USAblight

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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
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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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Jack Frost Does Not Work Alone

Dead canes of a flower carpet roseAs March was going out like a lamb, a nursery submitted four container-grown shrubs to the PDIC: three rose cultivars and a lilac. Very young shoots …

– from the   PDIC blog

A. destructor

This may look like the toothy mouthparts of some sinister little animal,but it's really the posterior end of an armored scale (Diaspididae).Armored scales (Diaspididae) are one of the most common insect pests of …

– from the   PDIC blog

Jumpin' Junipers - Red Cedar Problems

Dr. Chuck Hodges at age 82.99.This blog post is dedicated to our esteemed colleague and expert on tree diseases and on molds, Dr. Charles Hodges, who celebrates his 83rd birthday today. He collected …

– from the   PDIC blog

These blow flies needed a home...

The color and size range of Lucilia coeruleiviridis is amazing, from blue to green, even bronze. The absence of certain little hairs and other traits unite these guys and gals.... but not your home. …

– from the   PDIC blog

What to expect for vegetable diseases in 2014

The Vegetable Pathology lab at NCSU works in collaboration with the Plant Disease and Insect Clinic to diagnose vegetable diseases and provide disease management recommendations.  We have compiled a report to provide our stakeholders with information of MORE »

Vegetable disease diagnostics report

The Vegetable Pathology lab at NCSU has been working in collaboration with the Plant Disease and Insect Clinic to diagnose vegetable diseases.  We have compiled a report to provide our stakeholders with information of MORE »

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