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Disease suspected in some garlic

publication date: Sep 1, 2012
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garlicMany Midwestern growers had problems this year with garlic crops — foliage that died early, bulbs that didn’t fill out or were smaller than usual, and now rotting of cured bulbs in storage. Testing of affected garlic by the Plant Disease Clinic at the University of Minnesota has confirmed the presence of Aster Yellows, a pathogen that was previously unknown in garlic in the U.S.

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