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Webinar: Black dot (Colletotrichum coccodes)

11am-12pm AEST | Thursday 19 May  In this webinar, speakers Associate professor Julie Pasche from North Dakota State University and plant pathologist Dr Len Tesoriero … Read more



Potato grower resources: PotatoLink webinars

Applied Horticultural Research has two webinar recordings available to potato growers as part of the Hort Innovation-funded PotatoLink project: Webinar recording: Soil Biology in Potato … Read more


Webinar: Early blight and brown spot of potatoes

7pm-9pm AEDT | Wednesday 8 December This PotatoLink project webinar will discuss symptoms, epidemiology and management of early blight and brown spot of potatoes. Hear from University … Read more



PotatoLink fact sheet: Black dot disease

Black dot is a fungal disease caused by Colletotrichum coccodes. Once considered a minor pathogen, recently there have been significant yield losses and reduced quality. Read … Read more


Menaces in potato soil – the common scab story

12pm-1pm AEDT | Wednesday 10 November In this webinar, research scientist Dr Tonya Wiechel, will provide an overview of a 10-year integrated disease management program … Read more


PotatoLink webinar recording

Watch this webinar presented by Frank Mulcahy to learn how soil mapping (EM38) can assist potato growers with better yields: Click here for the webinar … Read more


Menaces in potato soil – the common scab story

12pm-1pm AEDT | Wednesday 10 November In this webinar, research scientist, Dr Tonya Wiechel, will provide an overview of a 10-year integrated disease management program … Read more


Potato grower resource: PotatoLink webinar

Applied Horticultural Research has made the following webinar recording available to potato growers as part of the Hort Innovation-funded PotatoLink project. In this recording, Dr … Read more



Fact sheet: Pink rot

Pink rot in potatoes is an important soil-borne disease caused by Phytophthora erythroseptica. It can cause rots at all parts of the growing cycle. Read … Read more