2019 Tomato Disease Diagnosis and Management Field Day

When: August 15, 2019, 8 am-12pm

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 diagnosis of foot rot, crown rot and wilt diseases

Status on research into what rotation crops should and should not be grown in rotation with tomato to reduce Fusarium wilt loads in soil

Status on development of developing a soil test for Fusarium wilt

Performance of F3 (Fusarium wilt resistant) cultivars under stress

Efficacy of drip line-applied fungicides and fumigants in controlling Fusarium diseases

Evaluating commercial cultivars for resistance/tolerance to the new crown/stem rot and decline pathogen Fusarium falciforme



$75 / person (non CTRI members, non UC Cooperative Extension)


Free to CTRI members*, UC Cooperative Extension,  and students


*CTRI members covered through grant support provided by CTRI

Continuing Education Credits

DPR-4.0 other

CCA-3.5 pest management, 0.5 soil &water management


Sponsorship for this event is greatly appreciated

If you would like to sponsor this event, please go to:


Each sponsor will receive:

  • special recognition during the welcome announcements—sponsors will be thanked during the morning announcements;
  • program acknowledgment—sponsors will be thanked in the event handout material that each attendee will receive;
  • signage appreciation—sponsors will be listed on the welcome sign displayed at the event