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  • Alternative sources of Potato virus Y in Western Washington 

    Beissinger, Abby, 1989-; Benedict, Chris; Inglis, Debbie, 1953- (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University Extension, 2018-08)
    While many potato growers in western Washington (WWA) are diligent about managing Potato virus Y (PVY) from commonly known inoculum sources, there are various means that are not always recognized by which PVY is able to ...
  • Anthracnose on Lettuce 

    Inglis, Debbie, 1953-; Derie, Michael L.; Kropf, James A. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1997-11)
    All lettuce cultivars are subject to infection by the fungus that causes "shothole" or lettuce anthracnose [Microdochium panattonianum]. Life cycle illustration and full color photograph show how the infection develops. ...
  • Bacterial ring rot on potatoes 

    Inglis, Debbie, 1953-; Johnson, Dennis A. (Dennis Allen); Schroeder, Brenda K., 1967-; Benedict, Chris (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2013-05)
    This fact sheet outlines the disease cycle of ring rot, and approaches for sanitation and control by commercial potato growers and seed potato growers alike.
  • Biodegradable plastic mulch and suitability for sustainable and organic agriculture 

    Ghimire, Shuresh; Hayes, Doug; Cowan, Jeremy S., 1977-; Inglis, Debbie, 1953-; DeVetter, Lisa W.; Miles, Carol A. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University Extension, 2018-04)
    Biodegradable plastic mulch offers crop production benefits similar to polyethylene (PE) mulch but is designed to be tilled into the soil after use thereby eliminating waste and disposal challenges. This publication explains ...
  • Cladosporium Leaf Spot on Spinach Seed Crops 

    Inglis, Debbie, 1953-; Derie, Michael L.; Gabrielson, Richard (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1997-11)
  • Controlling Late Blight in Commercial Potato Fields 

    Inglis, Debbie, 1953-; Johnson, Dennis A. (Dennis Allen); Byther, Ralph S. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1996-04)
    Explains how Phytophthora infestans, a fungus, infects potato plants, reducing yields and ruining harvests. Discusses sanitation and cultural practices, host tolerance, fungicide resistance, and disease forecasts. 8 pages.
  • Crop Profiles for Lettuce in Washington 

    Inglis, Debbie, 1953-; Vestey, Erick (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2000-08)
    Washington State ranked seventh in the nation in acres of lettuce harvested in 1997. Growing conditions, culture and common pest problems are discussed and illustrated in color. Control measures are given where applicable. ...
  • Field flooding for controlling soilborne potato pathogens in Western Washington 

    Inglis, Debbie, 1953-; Gundersen, Babette; Niem, Jennifer; Morse, Julie (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2013-10)
    The Nature Conservancy of Washington's Farming for Wildlife project, in cooperation with WSU, has been testing a novel concept of creating habitat for shorebirds on potato fields by employing field flooding as a means of ...
  • Pea Cyst Nematode 

    Inglis, Debbie, 1953- (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1998-05)
    Bright yellow patches (hot spots) in pea fields signal the presence of these microscopic worms that parasitize roots of pea, Pisum sativum; faba bean, Vicia faba; and vetches Vicia spp. Even green areas of infected fields ...
  • Plant diseases: Late blight of potato and tomato and its control in the home garden 

    Inglis, Debbie, 1953-; Johnson, Dennis A. (Dennis Allen); Byther, Ralph S. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1996-04)
    This disease is caused by Phytophthora infestans, a fungus common on potato and tomato in wet years. Plants, fruit, and tubers can be destroyed by it. Cultural controls are recommended as well as fungicide applications. 4 pages.
  • Potato virus Y and organic potatoes in Western Washington 

    McMoran, Donald W.; Benedict, Chris; Inglis, Debbie, 1953- (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University Extension, 2018-12)
    Even though most organic potato fields and home gardens are relatively small in size, they can be viewed as a threat to conventionally managed potato fields because of the perception that they may host uncontrolled diseases ...
  • Proactive approaches for controlling recombinant Potato virus Y strains in Western Washington 

    Inglis, Debbie, 1953-; Benedict, Chris; Gundersen, Babette; Beissinger, Abby, 1989-; McMoran, Donald W. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University Extension, 2018-12)
    Recombinant strains of Potato virus Y (PVY) were detected in western Washington for the first time in 2012 and 2013. Recombinants can arise naturally when two or more different virus strains co-infect a plant cell. The ...
  • Production of Brassica seed crops in Washington state : a case study on the complexities of coexistence 

    Inglis, Debbie, 1953-; du Toit, Lindsey J.; Miller, Timothy W. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2013-04)
    The purpose of this publication is to inform Brassica growers, industry members, university researchers, extension specialists, and extension educators about crucial aspects of the Brassica seed industry in Washington ...
  • Using biodegradable plastics as agricultural mulches 

    Corbin, Andrew; Cowan, Jeremy; Miles, Carol A.; Hayes, Doug; Dorgan, John; Inglis, Debbie, 1953- (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2013-01)
    This factsheet, derived from currently available literature and experimental results to date, will familiarize growers, manufacturers, Extension, and other agricultural agency personnel with the concept of biodegradability, ...