New Bulletin on Management of Bacterial Ring Rot Now available

A new University of Idaho Extension bulletin (BUL 1021) is now available here on the management of bacterial ring rot in potato. Bacterial ring rot is a serious disease of potato caused by the bacterium Clavibacter sepedonicus. Although the disease occurs sporadically in North America, it is one of the most destructive, high-risk diseases of potato that has been reported in over thirty countries. This bulletin provides detailed symptoms in potato on numerous varieties with photos of traditional and non-traditional symptoms.