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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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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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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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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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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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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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Cucurbit Downy Mildew Found in Ashe and Haywood Counties popular

Cucurbit downy mildew has been reported on pumpkin and cucumber in Ashe and Haywood Counties, respectively. Downy mildew, caused by the oomycete Pseudoperonospora cubensis, infects leaves and can result in significant yield loss.  It was reported through the CDM MORE »

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Scout frequently for late blight on tomato

Late blight, caused by the oomycete Phytophthora infestans, was reported on tomato this week from 13 counties in Arkansas. The disease was first observed as early as May and June, but was not reported to MORE »

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