2022 Disease Diagnosis and Management Field Day

2022 Vegetable Disease Field Day-Tomatoes and rotations





When: August 17, 2022, 7:00am-12:30 pm

Spanish Session (Field scouting for tomato diseases) 7:00-8:15am

English Session-(Various topics, see below) 7:50am-12:30pm

Where: UC Davis campus

UC Davis Plant Pathology Field Station, 1089 Old Davis Rd, Davis, CA, 95616 (38°31’23.9″N 121°45’25.6″W).


Field scouting-Diagnosing tomato diseases in the field (Spanish session)

Broomrape diagnosis and progress on management options to reduce in-field losses

Updates on best management practices for equiptment sanitation practices to reduce spread of broomrape and other soil-borne pests/diseases

Commercial cultivar management tools for Fusarium falciforme vine decline in tomato–the best and worst of 2022

Rotation crop programming for integrated Fusarium falciforme management

Tools to monitor for and manage plant health under reduced water inputs

Emerging challenges in using garlic as a tomato rotation plus garlic rot diseases in seed and fresh market production

Diagnosis of vine decline-type diseases of tomatoes; updates on Fusarium wilt race 4 monitoring; and progress on improving diagnostic and detection tools

Fusarium falciforme vs. Fusarium foot rot in tomatoes–same pathogen, different pathogen, or both?


English session: $85/person (CE/UCD academics and students free)


Spanish session–Field scouting for tomato diseases-basic diagnosis: $45/person


Continuing Education Credits