Mountain Horticultural Crops
An integral part of producing a profitable crop involves proper disease monitoring and identification, followed by the implementation of management programs that focus on long-term prevention or suppression of pathogens. Projects at MHCR&EC involve applied and molecular disease diagnostics and epidemiology, evaluation of fungicides and cultural control methodologies, and integration of fungicides and host resistance into management practices. Many of the pathosystems investigated involve Phytophthora species.
Tomato Spray Guide for 2014 - PDF printer-friendly version
Pepper Spray Guide for 2014 - PDF printer-friendly version
Kelly Ivors, Associate Professor and Extension Specialist, Plant Pathology, NCSU
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Horticultural Crops Research & Extension Center
455 Research Drive
Mills River, NC 28759
Phone: 828-684-3562 ~ Fax: 828-684-8715
Maintained by: Bryan A. Konsler
Updated February 19, 2014