This report details the collaborative research undertaken by research teams from government agencies, private industry and universities, to develop new management options for the integrated control of Sclerotinia diseases of vegetables. The project evaluated new disease control materials and cultural practices for their potential to reduce inoculum carry-over in soil, reduce disease and increase yield, and developed decision support tools for disease forecasting and economic analysis. This research will provide growers with more IPM options and the most appropriate and effective use of chemical treatments for managing Sclerotinia on their farms.