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Potato
Evaluation of fungicides to control early blight of potato - Hancock, 2003
1-12
Evaluation of integrated host resistance and fungicide application to control early blight and late blight of potato - Hancock, 2003
13-20
Evaluation of forecasting systems to determine fungicide application schedules for control of early blight of potato - Hancock, 2003
21-24
Evaluation of potato cultivars and breeding selections to identify resistance to early blight and late blight, 2003
25-32
Evaluation of potato cultivars and breeding selections to identify resistance to common scab - Antigo, 2003
33-34
Evaluation of seedpiece and in-furrow treatments to control common scab - Antigo, 2003
35-36
Evaluation of the efficacy of seedpiece or in-furrow fungicide treatment for potato disease control - Spooner, 2003
37-38
Effect of seedpiece and in-furrow treatment on development of pink rot symptoms and other diseases, plant growth and yield - Spooner, 2003
39-42
Evaluation of the efficacy of seedpiece or in-furrow fungicide treatment for potato disease control - Montello, 2003
43-46
Evaluation of potato cultivars and breeding selections to identify resistance in tubers to early blight, late blight and pink rot
47-50
Evaluation of the effect of severity of scab symptoms on seed tubers on development of scab symptoms at harvest and yield, 2003
51-54
Bean
Evaluation of chemical control of white mold on snap bean - Hancock, 2003
55-56
Evaluation of disease control on snap bean using IPM practices, 2003
57-64
Evaluation of processing bean cultivars and advanced breeding lines for reaction to the current virus complex  
Carrot
Evaluation of fungicides to control carrot foliar blights - Hancock, 2003
65-66
Evaluation of weather-based spray programs on tolerant and susceptible carrot cultivars to control Alternaria and Cercospora leaf blights - Hancock, 2003
67-72
Evaluation of reduced risk spray programs on tolerant and susceptible carrot varieties to control foliar diseases caused by Alternaria and Cercospora - Hancock 2003
73-78
Evaluation of carrot cultivars and breeding selections to identify resistance to foliar blights - Hancock 2003
79-84
Evaluation of carrot cultivars and breeding selections to identify resistance to foliar blights - Lewiston, 2003
85-90
Pumpkin and Squash
Evaluation of pumpkin and squash varieties for resistance to powdery mildew - Hancock, 2003
91-94
Meteorological Data
Appendix I - Antigo
95-96
Appendix II - Hancock, Table 1, Soil temperature
97
Appendix II - Hancock, Table 2, Weather data
98-100
Appendix III - Spooner
101
Information about our web site
102
Acknowledgments

We thank Therese Aschkenase, Genevieve Backus, Nick Breitbach, Jeff Breuer, Glenn Carlson, Heidi Chaudoir, Brett Colson, Richard Deede, Peter George, Irwin Goldman, Nate Good, Horia Groza, Richard and Roderick Gumz, Thelma Heidel, Phil Holman, Gary Humphrey, Florence Johnson, Brian Just, Rob Kane, Doug Klabunde, Casey Klingbeil, Chuck Kostichka, Kim Lesniak, Jim Levasseur, Andrea Maciejczak, Tom Mattek, Paul Miller, Jim Okray, Cheryl Pionke, Peter Rogers, Noah Rosenzweig, Phil Simon, Roger Stratton, Paul Sytsma, The Wallendals, Ken Williams and Beth Zulfic for their support and assistance.

We also thank all the plant breeders and seed companies who provided material for us to evaluate in our variety trials (sources listed with trials) and the Wisconsin Seed Potato Certification Program. The financial support of BASF Corporation, Bayer CropScience, Cerexagri Inc., Crompton - Uniroyal Chemical Co, Inc., Dow AgroSciences, E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co., Gowan Co., Griffin Corporation, ISK Biosciences Corp, Midwest Food Processors Association, Syngenta Crop Protection, USDA, UW-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Wisconsin Potato Industry Board, and Wisconsin Potato and Vegetable Growers Association is gratefully acknowledged.

 
W. R. Stevenson
 
R. V. James
 
wrs@plantpath.wisc.edu
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rvj@plantpath.wisc.edu
608-262-6291
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last updated 15-Nov-2011 by RVJ