"One of the things we've learned over the past five years, based on research, is that [Phytophthora and Pythium] are a lot more significant than we originally thought. And especially these cooler winters and springs we've been having [are] helping this pathogen survive."
—Dr. Alison Robertson, Iowa State University
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