Integrated Clubroot Control Strategies of Brassicas: Nonchemical Control Strategies

Aaron Heinrich, Alexandra Stone, Dan M. Sullivan, James Myers and Ed Peachey
EM 9148 | Published August 2016, Reviewed 2023


Clubroot (causal organism, Plasmodiophora brassicae) is a major soilborne disease of brassica crops in the Willamette Valley. It’s incidence and severity is increasing due to a high demand for brassicas that has resulted in more land dedicated to growing these crops and to short rotations. This publication provides information on integrated control strategies to minimize crop loss.

About the authors

James Myers
Endowed professor of horticulture
Oregon State University

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