Late Blight Control in Your Organic Garden Webinar

Organic Agriculture August 19, 2013|Print

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About the Webinar

Late blight is a serious disease of potato and tomato family crops worldwide that reached epidemic proportions on U.S. farms and gardens in 2009. eOrganic presenter Dr. Meg McGrath of Cornell University discusses the late blight disease cycle, how to diagnose the disease, how to control the disease in your garden, and the important role of home gardeners in minimizing the spread and impact of late blight. This webinar was recorded on July 21, 2010.

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