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Ecological Management of Tomato Diseases

$5.00

MP3 download of workshop audio from MOSES 2019. PowerPoint slides from the presentation may be available on the conference website.

Workshop Session: Friday I 

Diseases are a regular problem when growing organic tomatoes,
but many strategies can lessen their occurrence and impact.
Variety selection, crop rotation, protected growing environments,
row spacing, trellising, and the judicious use of inputs all can help.
Come ready to share your own best management strategies.

Erin Silva, Ph.D., works in plant pathology at the University
of Wisconsin-Madison. She is the state’s organic and sustainable
cropping systems specialist, focusing on vegetables, row crops, and
pastures.
Tina Wu is a graduate research assistant in plant pathology at
the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Amanda Gevens, Ph.D., is an associate professor and Extension
plant pathologist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Julie Dawson, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of horticulture at
the University of Wisconsin-Madison.