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Pink rot and potatoes: ICP project in Australia published practical fact sheet

Pink rot of potato is an important soil borne storage disease of potatoes worldwide. This useful fact sheet outlines the symptoms, hosts, risk factors & disease cycle of pink rot, as well as potential management options.

The Soil Wealth and Integrated Crop Protection (ICP) project in Australia published a practical 6 page fact sheet on pink rot and how it impacts potatoes. ICP provides research and development (R&D) extension services, products and communication on improved soil management and plant health to the Australian vegetable industry.

More on the Soil Wealth and Integrated Crop Protection (ICP) project can be found on its website here. We republish the factsheet below, courtesy of ICP, but follow the link below to download it yourself.

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Source: The Soil Wealth and Integrated Crop Protection (ICP) project

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