Management of sweet corn root and crown rot in the Pacific Northwest: Report to the Oregon Processed Vegetable Commission, 2006 Public Deposited

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  • Objective 1: Evaluation of commercial sweet corn varieties and inbred germplasm in small plots for susceptibility to seed rot/damping-off as well as root, stalk, and crown rot. Objective 2: Evaluation of microbial and chemical treatments for suppression of sweet corn seed rot/damping-off, root rot, and crown rot. Objective 3: Cooperate with other sweet corn projects (cultivar screenings, irrigation studies, etc.) within and outside of OSU programs.
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