Pests and Diseases, Production/Agronomy

Why some of the most dangerous potato diseases are successful

All but a few of the plants and animals we’re familiar with have one thing in common: they require oxygen in the atmosphere (or the water) to exist. We refer to these oxygen-dependent lifeforms as being “aerobic.” Less familiar are lifeforms that cannot grow in the presence of oxygen. Referred to as “anaerobic,” most of these organisms are bacteria, though a few[Read More...]

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