Bell Pepper Fungicide Spray Guide
There are several diseases that attack pepper leaves and fruit during production in North Carolina. This bell pepper fungicide spray guide, developed by NC State University and updated annually, provides products that are effective against these diseases.
Crop protectants for Controlling Diseases of Vegetable Crops in Greenhouses
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at NC State provides information on crop protectants for controlling diseases of various vegetable crops in greenhouses.
Southern Blight of Vegetable Crops
This publication from NC State University’s, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences provides information on the symptoms, disease cycle, and control options for southern blight of vegetable crops.
High Soil Salts Injury to Vegetable Crops
The NC State Extension publication provides information on how to avoid and treat high soil salt injury of vegetable crops.
Bacterial Spot of Pepper and Tomato
This publication created by NC State University and College of Agriculture and Life Sciences provides information on symptoms, causes, controls, and field cautions pertaining to bacterial leafspot of peppers and tomatoes.
Damping off in Flower and Vegetable Seedlings
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at NC State created this publication to provide information on the damping off disease of flower and vegetable seedlings, providing details on symptoms, causes, and controls.
Verticillium Wilt of Vegetables and Herbaceous Ornamentals
Verticillium wilt is a disease of over 300 species throughout the United States. This includes a wide variety of vegetables and herbaceous ornamentals. Tomatoes, eggplants, peppers, potatoes, dahlia, impatiens, and snapdragon are among the hosts of this disease. Plants weakened by root damage from drought, waterlogged
soils, and other environmental stresses are thought to be more prone to infection.
Fusarium Wilt of Commercial Fruit and Vegetables
There are many varieties with resistance to Fusarium wilt of commercial fruit and vegetables. Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici has three races; race 1, race 2, and race 3. Some tomato varieties may be resistant to one race, yet completely susceptible to another.