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Late blight continues spread in Eastern Idaho

Continued wet August weather has caused late blight infections to proliferate throughout Eastern Idaho, according to University of Idaho Extension potato pathologist Phil Nolte. As of Aug. 26, Nolte said eight fields in Fremont, Madison, Bingham, Bonneville and Power counties had confirmed cases of late blight, which thrives in high humidity. Based on reports from crop consultants and field men who have been out scouting fields for the disease, however, Nolte is certain infections are far more rampant. More

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