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- MacKenzie, Tyler D. B.; Lavoie, Jacques; Nie, Xianzhou; Singh, Mathuresh
- American journal of potato research 2017 v.94 no.1 pp. 70-80
- Aphidoidea; Potato virus Y; application rate; best management practices; field experimentation; foliar spraying; inoculum; insecticides; mineral oil; models; plant diseases and disorders; plant viruses; planting; regression analysis; tubers; virus-free plants; New Brunswick
- ... In the 2014 and 2015 crop seasons, the efficacies of different types, rates and combinations of mineral oil and insecticide foliar sprays for reducing Potato virus Y (PVY) spread were tested in controlled field trials in New Brunswick (NB), Canada. Experimental plots were planted with certified PVY-free Goldrush, supplemented with known virus-infected seed to raise PVY inoculum to 2.3% and 3% at t ...
- Novy, R. G.; Whitworth, J. L.; Stark, J. C.; Schneider, B. L.; Knowles, N. R.; Pavek, M. J.; Knowles, L. O.; Charlton, B. A.; Sathuvalli, V.; Yilma, S.; Brown, C. R.; Thornton, M.; Brandt, T. L.; Olsen, N.
- American journal of potato research 2017 v.94 no.1 pp. 38-53
- Agricultural Research Service; French fries; Fusarium; Phytophthora infestans; Potato virus Y; Solanum tuberosum; Verticillium wilt; acrylamides; agricultural experiment stations; asparagine; blight; business enterprises; cold storage; color; cooking quality; cultivars; disease resistance; dormancy; glucose; growers; guidelines; hollow heart; organic production; potatoes; reducing sugars; resistance genes; second growth; temperature; tubers; variety trials; weight loss; Idaho; Oregon; Washington (state)
- ... Payette Russet is a full season, russet-skinned potato cultivar notable for its cold-sweetening resistance and associated low acrylamide formation, making it ideally suited for processing into French fries and other potato products. Low asparagine and reducing sugar concentrations in Payette Russet tubers contribute to an 81 % reduction in acrylamide content in French fries relative to cultivars R ...