Exotic Pest Reporting
Massachusetts Cooperative Agricultural Pest Survey Program.
Late blight (Phytophthora infestans) is a fungal pathogen. It was first detected in Vermont in 1984.
Late blight, a destructive disease caused by Phytophthora infestans, is a pathogen of tomato and potato plants.
Summaries of State Plant Protection Laws and Regulations
08/22/2019 - Late blight discovered in Genesee County
08/19/2019 - Late blight confirmed in Pa. tomatoes
07/17/2019 - Potato late blight found in one field north of Pasco
07/11/2019 - New potato blight strain found in UK
06/21/2019 - Potato late blight outbreaks confirmed
05/08/2019 - The perils of phytophthora
02/01/2019 - Ban on GM crops is a blight on Irish agriculture
01/28/2019 - Management of potato pest, diseases and weeds
11/30/2018 - Ooty Central Potato Research Station faces closure
09/07/2018 - Late blight detected in western NY
08/21/2018 - Potato blight confirmed in Monroe County
07/18/2018 - Late blight appearing in New York gardens
08/14/2017 - Local farmers tackle late blight problem
08/08/2017 - New Restrictions for Wisconsin Potato Producers
08/08/2017 - The root of the Irish Famine
08/07/2017 - Never too soon to learn about late blight
07/27/2017 - Be on the lookout for late blight