​​Corky Ringspot Disease of Potato

November 2010 | 17 min., 19 sec.
by Nick David
North Dakota State University


This presentation will provide an overview of corky ringspot disease in potato. It is intended to help growers, consultants, and industry personnel to identify and manage this costly disease. This presentation discusses the causal agent and vector of corky ringspot disease, illustrates symptoms, and identifies management practices to minimize this disease.

About the Presenter

Nick DavidNick David is an Extension potato agronomist at North Dakota State University. He is responsible for Extension and research activities in both North Dakota and Minnesota. David’s goal is to become an integral part of the potato industry by providing research-based information to growers. He received his BS degree in soil and crop science from Colorado State University and his doctorate in botany and plant pathology from Oregon State University. Previous to working at NDSU, David worked at the Oregon State University Hermiston Agricultural Research and Extension Center, where he was a plant pathology research manager and faculty research assistant. David’s research interests include all aspects of potato production, including irrigation, fertility, and pest management.

Contact Information:
Email: nicholas.david@ndsu.edu


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