​​​​Fungicide Management of Rhizoctonia Canker and Black Scurf

March 2017 | 14 min., 02 sec.
by Jeff Miller
Miller Research


​Rhizoctonia canker and black scurf causes economic loss to potato growers by decreasing tuber quality and yield in severe cases. This webcast will focus on how fungicides can be used effectively to manage this disease. 

About the Presenter

Jeff MillerJeff Miller earned a BS in Botany-Biotechnology from Brigham Young University (1994) and an MS (1996) and a PhD (1998) in Plant Pathology from Washington State University. He worked as a postdoctoral fellow for the University of Idaho for 3 months before accepting the position of Assistant Professor at the University of Minnesota, where he worked as the potato pathologist. In 2001, Jeff accepted the same position at the University of Idaho, where he worked until returning to Miller Research in 2007.​

Contact Information:
Email: jeff@millerresearch.com


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