Science into practice - how crop rotations affect carrot cavity spot

Cavity spot remains a significant disease for carrot growers and it is hoped that a better understanding of it may lead to finding novel solutions for its control. Genetic fingerprint tests developed in Norway have now been adapted to detect the fungi that cause cavity spot (mostly Pythium violae in the UK) in soil and carrot tissue.

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