Thursday, 24 January 2013 22:08

2013 Potato Conference Disease Workshop

Two sessions on potato disease management were held at the 2013 Idaho Potato Conference in Pocatello, ID on January 24.  See the attachment below for slides relating to some of the topics that were discussed in the sessions.

Published in Potato Research
Wednesday, 19 December 2012 00:05

Managing Pink Rot, 2012

2012 was a relatively light year for pink rot in our research trials.  However, we did see significant disease control with phosphorous acid (Resist 57).

Published in Pink Rot of Potato
Friday, 18 January 2013 23:56

Pink Rot Management

Many different tools are required to manage pink rot appropriately, including irrigation, fungicides, and post-harvest treatments.  This presentation outlines some of our recent research in these areas.

Published in Pink Rot of Potato
Thursday, 07 September 2017 16:03

Pink Rot and Leak Management

Pink rot and leak are damaging diseases of potatoes both in the field and in storage. Learn more about pink rot and leak management here.

Published in Pink Rot of Potato
Friday, 18 January 2013 23:38

Rescue Treatments for Pink Rot

You didn't make any fungicide applications to deal with pink rot.  However, in late July or early August you find some pink rot in the field.  Is it too late? Can you still apply fungicides and get some level of disease control?

Published in Pink Rot of Potato

The 2015 Miller Research Potato Pest Management Workshop was held December 8, 14, and 15 in Rupert, ID.  

Published in Research News

Miller Research LLC held its annual potato pest management seminar Tuesday, January 30, 2018. The meeting focused on diseases affecting potatoes in the Pacific Northwest and methods for minimizing these diseases.

Published in Research News

The Miller Research Potato Pest Management Workshop was held January 10, 11, and 12 in Rupert, ID.  

Published in Research News

Miller Research participated in the 2015 Idaho Potato Conference January 20-21 at Pocatello, ID.  Data presented at the disease workshop and seminar on late blight can be found here.

Published in Research News