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Potato Pathology


Early Blight, Brown Spot, and Alternaria Research

Small-spored Alternaria species associated with potato leaf spot across the US for nearly two decades (Abstract)

Sensitivity of Alternaria spp. from potato to pyrimethanil, cyprodinil, and fludioxonil

In-vitro Sensitivity of Alternaria solani to SDHI fungicides Fluopyram and Adepidyn (Abstract)

Impact of SDH Mutations in Alternaria solani on Recently Developed SDHI Fungicides Adepidyn and Solatenol

Aggressiveness of Small-Spored Alternaria spp. and Their Sensitivity to Succinate Dehydrogenase Inhibitor Fungicides

Quantifying Control Efficacy of Fungicides Commonly Applied for Potato Early Blight Management

Effect of the F129L Mutation in Alternaria solani on Fungicides Affecting Mitochondrial Respiration

Prevalence, competitive fitness and impact of the F129L mutation in Alternaria solani from the United States

Shift in Sensitivity of Alternaria solani in Response to QoI Fungicides

Temporal Sensitivity of Alternaria solani to Foliar Fungicides

Prevalence and impact of SDHI resistance in Alternaria solani.

Molecular characterization and detection of mutations associated with resistance to succinate dehydrogenase inhibiting (SDHI) fungicides in Alternaria solani

 Individual participant data meta-analysis of foliar fungicides applied for potato early blight management

Spatial and Temporal Sensitivity of Alternaria Species Associated with Potato Foliar Diseases to Demethylation Inhibiting and Anilino-Pyrimidine Fungicides

Parasitic Fitness of Fungicide Resistant and Sensitive Isolates of Alternaria solani

Potential Impact of Fluopyram on the Frequency of the D123E Mutation in Alternaria solani

Predicting potato tuber yield loss due to early blight severity in the Midwestern United States

Spatial and Temporal Distrubution of Mutations Conferring Qol and SDHI Resistance in Alternaria solani Across the United States

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Potato Viruses & Powdery Scab

Assessing optimum timing for detecting Potato mop-top virus (PMTV) in potato seed tubers (Abstract)

Model-based forecasting of powdery scab risk in potato, integrating soil sporosorus inoculum, potato cultivar, and environmental monitoring data (Abstract)

Development and Application of a Real-Time Reverse-Transcription PCR and Droplet Digital PCR Assays for the Direct Detection of Potato mop top virus in Soil

Detection and Quantification of Spongospora subterranea Sporosori in Soil by Quantitative Real-Time PCR

A Multiplex PCR Assay to Characterize Potato virus Y Isolates and Identify Strain Mixtures

Diversity Among Potato virus Y Isolates Obtained from Potatoes Grown in the United States

Factors Influencing PVY Development and Disease Expression in Three Potato Cultivars

NE-11 represents a new strain variant class of Potato virus Y

First report of Tobacco rattle virus causing corky ringspot in potatoes grown in North Dakota

First report of Mop Top virus in North Dakota

Detection and differentiation of Potato virus Y strains from potato using immunocapture multiplex RT-PCR

Effect of soil moisture management on the development of Potato mop-top virus- induced tuber necrosis

Sensitivity of potato cultivars to Potato mop-top virus-Induced tuber necrosis

Sensitivity to tuber necrosis caused by Potato mop-top virus in advanced potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) breeding selections

 Analysis of Potato MopTop Virus Survival Probability in Post-Harvest Storage

Assessing Potato Cultivar Sensitivity to Tuber Necrosis Caused by Potato moptop virus

Assessing Potato Cultivar Sensitivity to Tuber Necrosis Caused by Tobacco rattle virus

Chloropicrin Soil Fumigation Reduces Spongospora subterranea Soil Inoculum Levels but Does Not Control Powdery Scan Disease on Roots and Tubers of Potatoes

Effect of Soil Moisture Management on the Development of Potato moptop virus Induced Tuber Necrosis

Field Evaluation of Potato Genotypes for Resistance to Powdery Scab on TUbers and Root Gall Formation Caused by Spongospora subterranea

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Black Dot and Verticillium Wilt

An overview of the whole genome  single nucleotide polymorphism based phylogenetic relationships and population structure of global isolates of Colletotrichum coccodes (Abstract)

Genetic Variability in the Potato Pathogen Colletotrichum coccodes as Determined by Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism and Vegetative Compatibility Group Analyses

Influence of Tillage and Method of Metam Sodium Application on Distribution and Survival of Verticillium dahliae in the Soil and the Development of Verticillium Wilt of Potato

Management of soilborne diseases of potato

Variability in Morphology and Aggressiveness Among North American Vegetative Compatibility Groups of Colletotrichum coccodes

Colonization of Potato by Colletotrichum coccodes: Effect of Soil Infestation and Seed Tuber and Foliar Inoculation

Development and validation of a real-time PCR assay for the quantification of Verticillium dahliae in potato

Quantification of field resistance to Verticillium dahliae in eight russet-skinned potato cultivars using real-time PCR

Genetic diversity of a global population of Colletotrichum coccodes using amplified fragment length polymorphism markers

Effect of Soil Temperature, Injection Depth, and Metam Sodium Rate on the Management of Verticillium Wilt of Potato

Genetic diversity of Colletotrichum coccodes in the United States using amplified fragment length polymorphism analysis

Bland-Altman comparison of two methods for assessing severity of Verticillium wilt of potato

Effect of Soil Temperature, Injection Depth, and Rate of Metam Sodium Efficacy in Fine-Textured Soils with High Organic Matter on the Management of Verticillium Wilt of Potato

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Pink Rot and Leak

Risk assessment analysis of potato genotype susceptibility to water rot-causing oomycetes

Baseline sensitivity of Phytophthora erythroseptica isolates to oxathiapiprolin (Abstract)

A Foliar Blight and Tuber Rot of Potato Caused by Phytophthora nicotianae: New Occurrences and Characterization of Isolates

Assessment of Resistance of Tubers of Potato Cultivars to Phytophthora erythroseptica and Pythium ultimum

Biological Significance of Mefenoxam Resistance in Phytophthora erythroseptica and Its Implications for the Management of Pink Rot of Potato

Differences in Etiology Affect Mefenoxam Efficacy and the Control of Pink Rot and Leak Tuber Disease of Potato

Inheritance of Mefenoxam Resitance in Selfed Populations of the Homothallic Oomycete Phytophthora erythroseptica (Pethybr.) Cause of Pink Rot of Potato

Management of soilborne diseases of potato

Resistance to Phytophthora erythroseptica and Pythium ultimum in a Potato Clone Derived from S. berthaultii and S. etuberosum

Sensitivity of North American Isolates of Phytophthora erythroseptica and Pythium ultimum to Mefenoxam (Metalaxyl)

Susceptibility of eight potato cultivars to tuber infection by Phytophthora erythroseptica and Pythium ultimum and its relationship to mefenoxam-mediated control of pink rot and leak

The Effect of Wounding, Temperature, and Inoculum on the Development of Pink Rot of Potatoes Caused by Phytophthora erythroseptica

Prevalence of Mefenoxam Resistance Among Phytophtora erythoseptica  Pethybridge Isolates in Minnesota and North Dakota.

Competitive Parasitic Fitness of Mefenoxom- Sensitive and -Resistant Isolates of Phytophthora erythroseptica under Fungicide Selection Pressure

Effect of application method and rate on residual efficacy of mefenoxam and phosphorous acid fungicides in control of pink rot of potato

Tuber rot of potato caused by Phytophthora nicotianae: Isolate aggressiveness and cultivar susceptibility

Beta Regression Model for Predicting the Development of Pink Rot in Potato Tubers During Storage

Phytophthora nicotianae diseases worldwide: new knowledge of a long-recognised pathogen

Risk assessment analysis of potato genotype susceptibility to water rot-causing oomycetes

Etiology of a Tuber Rot and Foliar Blight of Potato Caused by Phytophthora nicotianae

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