Plant Pathologists will discuss Powdery Mildew and Cucurbit Downy mildew in the Vegetable & Cucurbit Session in rooms 201 and 202 on Wednesday: 10:00am: Powdery Mildew Efficacy Trials – What Works Best and Does Chlorothalonil Fit? Dr. Margaret T. McGrath, Cornell U, USA 10:30am: Fruit Rots and Foliar Diseases Dr. Margaret T. McGrath, Cornell U, […]
9:00am Powdery Mildew Update by Doug Higgins from the Hausbeck Lab at MSU
University of Florida presenters at the Florida Ag Expo in November discussed control Downy Mildew, Powdery Mildew, and Gummy Stem Blight on Cucurbits.
Powdery mildew recommendations for the Northeast from the Cornell Vegetable Pathology Extension at Long Island Horticultural Research & Extension Center were recently updated on the CucCAP website Disease Management Pages: Powdery mildew on Cucumber Powdery mildew on Melon Powdery mildew on Squash & Pumpkin Disease information and 2019 fungicide recommendations from the McGrath lab for Powdery […]
Several new pumpkin, squash, and melon varieties that were developed at the NH Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of New Hampshire were released by cooperating seed companies recently. The new varieties exhibit intermediate resistance to powdery mildew disease. Newly released Renegade pumpkin has powdery mildew resistance. The butternut variety Gabrielle an F1 hybrid is similar […]
Long Island Horticultural Research & Extension Center’s Margaret T. McGrath discussed cucurbit disease management in New York at the 2019 Empire State Producers Expo. Managing diseases is an important component of a successful production program for cucurbit crops because there are several diseases that can reduce yield or fruit quality when not adequately managed. The mildews […]
The group determined that bottle gourd rootstocks were effective in imparting resistance to the susceptible watermelon scion and released the two bottle gourd rootstocks that were the most effective in conferring resistance.
Poster Abstract submission is open until October 15, 2018 for Cucurbitaceae 2018. Registration rates increased October 1. CucCAP researchers will participate in this meeting. Follow CUC 2018 on Facebook and Twitter for last minute updates. Read More Program Tuesday Nov. 13 Sessions Genetic Resources Production and Quality Floral and Fruit Development Pathology Poster session Cucurbit […]