Downy Mildew Devastates Vegetable Crops in Southern California

At the CAPCA Spring Summit in Temecula, growers and crop consultants gathered to discuss issues with pest & disease management, and how to resolve them. This year was especially rough on southern desert vegetable growers for downy mildew, as many were not prepared for all the rain we received earlier this year. Watch this brief video with UC Plant Pathologist Alexander Putnam as he explains the situation this year and how to go about managing downy mildew in the field moving forward. Read more about it in Vegetables West Magazine.

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