Peppermint Research Reports

Disease Control:

Evaluate Site-Specific Flaming for the Management of Verticillium Wilt in Peppermint, 2012

Further Evaluation of Biological Control Agents for Verticillium Wilt in Peppermint, 2011

Evaluation of Biological Control Agents for Verticillium Wilt in Peppermint

Evaluation of Fungicides to Control Verticillium Wilt in Mint

Fungicide Influence on Verticillium Wilt and Subsequent Rhizome Infection/Infestation by Verticillium Dahliae

Comparison of Verticillium Soil Detection Methods Using Genetically Transformed Green Fluorescing Isolates, 2001

Transformation of Mint Isolates of Verticillium Dahliae to Fluoresce Green

Fungicide Screening for Control of Verticillium Wilt of Peppermint

Investigation on Strain Behavior of Verticillium Dahliae on Mint and Other Crops

Verticillium Dahlme Pathogenicity Tests on Mint 1998-99

Verticillium Dahlue Soil Population Analysis From Peppermint Variety Trials in Central Oregon (1994-98) and the Willamette Valley (1995-99)

Investigation on Strain Behavior of Verticillium Dahliae on Mint and Other Crops

Wilt Incidence and Soil Population of Verticillium Dahliae in Commercial Peppermint Fields, With and Without Propane Flaming

Continued Investigation on Strain Behavior of Verticillium Dahliae on Mint and Other Crops

Variability in "Verticillium Dahliae" and the Verticillium "Strain" Issue: Activity of Mint and Non-Mint Isolates Inoculated into Peppermint and Spearmint

Mint Powdery Mildew Control, 1997

Mint Powdery Mildew Control in Central Oregon

Peppermint Performance and Wilt Incidence, as Influenced by Selected Cultural Practices and Inoculum Density of Verticillium Dahliae [Year 6]

Do Varietal-Specific Isolates of Verticillium Dahliae Occur on Mint, and Do Microslerotia of Mint Isolates Form in Symptomless but Infected Stems of Mint and Non-Mint Plants?

Peppermint Performance and Wilt Incidence, as Influenced by Selected Cultural Research Practices and Inoculum Density of Verticillium Dahliae

Survival of Verticillium Wilt in Peppermint Stems Following Propane Flaming at Various Ground Speeds, 1995

Survival of Verticillium Dahliae in Peppermint Stems as Affected by Propane Flaming at Various Ground Speeds

Peppermint Performance and Wilt Incidence, as Influenced by Selected Cultural Practices and Inoculum Density of Verticillium Dahliae [Year 4]

Effect of Inoculum Density and Consecutive Years of Propane Flaming or Tillage on Verticillium Wilt and Yield and Oil Composition of Peppermint

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