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Here you will find a list of the most recent publications on potato diseases published by the potato pathology group at Michigan State University. They have been arranged by date and in most cases are available for download in electronic format as a .pdf file. In order to view these papers you will need the free Adobe Acrobat reader. For a full list of extension and research publications click on the links in the menu on the left.

2 April 2015
Author(s):Steere, L., and Kirk, W.W.
Title: Botrytis Blight (Grey Mold and Tan spot)
Source: MSU Extension bulletin E-3205
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2 April 2015
Author(s):Steere, L., and Kirk, W.W.
Title: Potato Early Die Complex (Verticillium wilt)
Source: MSU Extension bulletin E-3207
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8 September 2014
Author(s):Kirk, W.W.
Title: 2014-Late season late blight control recommendations
Source: Soil Health Block Grant
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8 September 2014
Author(s):Kirk, W.W., Ross, D., Wharton, P.S., and Olsen, N.
Title: Guidelines for Stadium Application to Potato Tubers
Source: Soil Health Block Grant
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2 September 2014
Author(s):Steere, L., Rosenzweig, N., and Kirk, W.W.
Title: Development of Baseline Soil Data as an Ecological Foundation to Reverse Yield Decline in Michigan Potatoes.
Source: Soil Health Block Grant
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28 May 2013
Author(s):Miles, T.D., Fairchild, K.L., Merlington, A., Kirk, W.W., Rosenzweig, N., and Wharton, P.S.
Title: First report of boscalid and penthiopyrad-resistant isolates of Alternaria solani causing early blight of potato in Michigan.
Source: Plant Disease
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18 September 2012
Author(s): Kirk, W.W., Merlington, A., Wharton, P.S.
Title: Black Dot
Source: Michigan State University Extension Bulletin E-3181
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18 September 2012
Author(s): Kirk, W.W., Wharton, P.S.
Title: Brown Leaf Spot
Source: Michigan State University Extension Bulletin E-3182.
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31 March 2010
Author(s): Kirk, W.W., Rojas, A., Tumbalam, P., Gachango, E., Wharton, P.S., Abu-El Samen, F., Douches, D., Coombs, J., Thill, C., and Thompson, A.
Title: Effect of different genotypes of Phytophthora infestans (Mont. de Bary) and temperature on tuber disease development.
Source: Michigan Potato Diseases Report.
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31 March 2010
Author(s): Gachango, E., Kirk, W.W., Wharton, P.S., Schafer, R., and Tumbalam, P.
Title: Evaluation and comparison of biofungicides and fungicides for the control of post harvest potato tuber diseases.
Source: Michigan Potato Diseases Report.
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31 March 2010
Author(s): Kirk, W.W., Schafer, R., and Tumbalam, P.
Title: Seed treatments and seed plus foliar treatments for control of seed and soil-borne Rhizoctonia, 2008.
Source: Michigan Potato Diseases Report.
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31 March 2010
Author(s): Kirk, W.W., Schafer, R., and Tumbalam, P.
Title: Evaluation of fungicide programs for potato late blight control: 2008.
Source: Michigan Potato Diseases Report.
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12 October 2009
Author(s): Young, G.K., Cooke, L.R., Kirk, W.W., Tumbalam, P.F., Perez, M., and Deahl, K. L.
Title: Influence of competition and host plant resistance on selection in Phytophthora infestans populations in Michigan, USA and in Northern Ireland.
Source: Plant Pathology, 2009 58:703714
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12 October 2009
Author(s): Michigan Potato Diseases, Michigan Potato Industry Commission
Title: Tomato and Potato Late Blight Alert.
Source:Michigan State University Extension Bulletin
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27 August 2009
Author(s): Tumbalam P.G., Kirk W.W., Rojas A., Cooke L. R., Douches D.S., Catal M., Adams G. C.
Title: Inheritance of cold temperature tolerance in mycelium of Phytophthora infestans.
Source:American Phytopathological Society Meeting, Portland, Oregon, August 1 - 5, 2009. (Poster)
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27 August 2009
Author(s): Tumbalam P.G., Kirk W.W., Rojas A., Cooke L. R., Douches D.S., Catal M., Adams G. C.
Title: Phenotypic and genotypic characteristics of Phytophthora infestans from mating: Determination of inheritance or recombination.
Source:American Phytopathological Society Meeting, Portland, Oregon, August 1 - 5, 2009. (Poster)
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27 August 2009
Author(s): Kirk, W.W., Rojas, A., Abu-El Samen, F., Tumbalam, P., Wharton, P.S., Douches, D., Thill, C.A., Thompson, A.
Title: Impact of different US genotypes of Phytophthora infestans on potato seed tuber rot and plant emergence in different cultivars and breeding lines.
Source:American Phytopathological Society Meeting, Portland, Oregon, August 1 - 5, 2009. (Poster)
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27 August 2009
Author(s): Kirk, W.W., Rojas A., Douches, D., Coombs, J., Tumbalam, P., Abu-El Samen F.
Title: Effect of different genotypes of Phytophthora infestans and temperature on tuber disease development of advanced breeding line.
Source:American Phytopathological Society Meeting, Portland, Oregon, August 1 - 5, 2009. (Poster)
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20 May 2009
Author(s): Kirk, W. W., Abu-El Samen, F., Tumbalam, P., Wharton, P.S., Douches, D., Thill, C.A., and Thompson, A.
Title: Impact of different US genotypes of Phytophthora infestans on potato seed tuber rot and plant emergence in a range of cultivars and advanced breeding lines.
Source: Potato Research 2009, 52:121-140.
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Author(s): Driscoll, J., Coombs, J., Hammerschmidt, R., Kirk, W. W., Wanner, L., and Douches, D.
Title: Greenhouse and field nursery evaluation for potato common scab tolerance in a tetraploid population.
Source: American Journal of Potato Research 2009, DOI 10.1007/s12230-008-9065-8.
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