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    Identify Verticillium Wilt to Prevent Potato Early Dying

    Verticillium wilt is a disease caused by the soilborne Verticillium dahlia fungus, and is a major cause of potato early death. Identifying the fungus early can help ensure healthy fields and a high-yielding potato crop. The disease causes wilt, stunted plants, necrosis, and crop loss, but early identification can help growers avoid damaged crops in subsequent years. V. dahlia can live in soil for up to 15 years, with its effects worsening over time. Once…



This agronomic photo shows soybeans at harvest.
This agronomic image shows soybeans.
This agronomic image shows corn seed.
This agronomic image shows trial treatment of stripe rust and leaf rust on winter wheat.
This agronomic image shows winter wheat.
This agronomic image shows toppled wheat.