Impact of new populations of Phytophthora infestans on integrated late blight management

W.G. Flier, G.J.T. Kessel, G.B.M. van den Bosch, L.J. Turkensteen

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    Abstract

    A recent migration of a variable population of P. infestans has largely displaced the clonal A1 population in Western Europe. Sexual reproduction in European late blight populations is now possible and has been reported. The increased levels of aggressiveness form an important epidemiological feature of this new blight population. The impact of `new blight¿ on crop protection strategies based on late blight resistant cultivars and fungicides is discussed
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of the sixth workshop of an European network for development of an integrated control strategy of potato late blight, Edinburgh, Scotland, 26-29 September 2001
    EditorsC.E. Westerdijk, H.T.A.M. Schepers
    Place of PublicationEdinburgh, Scotland
    PublisherApplied Plant Research, AGV Research Unit
    Pages193-203
    Volume8
    Publication statusPublished - 2002
    EventThe sixth workshop of an European network for development of an integrated control strategy of potato late blight -
    Duration: 26 Sep 200130 Sep 2001

    Workshop

    WorkshopThe sixth workshop of an European network for development of an integrated control strategy of potato late blight
    Period26/09/0130/09/01

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