Integrated Clubroot Management for Brassicas: Nonchemical Control Strategies

Project Type: Professional + Producer
Funds awarded in 2015: $49,554.00
Projected End Date: 12/31/2017
Region: Western
State: Oregon
Principal Investigator:
Dr. Dan Sullivan
Oregon State University
Description:
Clubroot (causal organism, Plasmodiophora brassicae) is a major soilborne disease of brassica crops in the Willamette Valley. It’s incidence and severity is increasing due to a high demand for brassicas that has resulted in more land dedicated to growing these crops and to short rotations. This publication provides information on integrated control strategies to minimize crop loss.
Type:
Manual/Guide
Authors:
Aaron Heinrich, Oregon State University
Alex Stone, Oregon State University
Dan M. Sullivan, Oregon State University
James Myers, Oregon State University
Ed Peachey, Oregon State University
Target audiences:
Farmers/Ranchers; Educators
Ordering info:
Cost: $0.00
This product is associated with the project "Integrated Clubroot Control Strategies for PNW Brassica Producers"
Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the U.S. Department of Agriculture or SARE.