Angular leaf spoit is a bacterial disease that affects cucumbers, honeydew melon and zucchini grown in Wisconsin. This factsheet will help you identify, prevent and control this disease in your garden.
Phytophthora blight is a serious disease of zucchini, pumpkin, summer squash and melons, as well as other vine crops. This factsheet describes symptoms, disease cycle and control methods.
Some garden diseases may not cause symptoms on tomato fruit until after harvest, but most are also visible as foliar disease. Learn how to manage these diseases in this factsheet.
Environmental factors can affect the look, and sometimes flavor of tomatoes. This publication covers disorders including blossom end rot, blotchy ripening, catfacing, cracking, puffiness and sunscald.
There are two separate diseases commonly known as “scab” that affect potatoes. This factsheet helps distinguish between the two and outlines management strategies.
This guide provides scientific information and visual guidance regarding the most common diseases of peas, especially those grown for canning and freezing.
Corn smut, which damages ears and kernels, and rust, which affects leaves, husks and tassels, are concerns wherever corn is grown. Learn about these diseases in this publication.
Clubroot is an old and serious disease of cole crops, such as broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, Brussels sprouts and more. Learn about this persistent disease and control methods in this publication.
Blackleg of cole crops is not as common as it once was, but it can still be a concern. This publication covers the disease’s life cycle and offers effective control methods.
This 24-page publication is packed with practical information for organic and conventional growers of these popular garden crops, and is tailored to Wisconsin’s growing conditions.
Salad greens provide market gardeners a high-value crop that brings a premium price if grown and marketed successfully. Learn more in this comprehensive publication.
Ralstonia wilt is a usually lethal disease that affects a wide variety of vegetable and ornamental plants. Learn about symptoms and how to avoid problems with Ralstonia in this factsheet.