Welcome to the Cornell Plant Pathology Vegetable
Disease Web Page. Vegetable MD Online was developed to provide access to the many Vegetable Disease Fact Sheets produced over the years by Media Services at Cornell. The addition of color photographs enhances the use of these sheets for plant disease diagnosis.
Navigating through this web site is very easy. By clicking on Diseases by Crops on the sidebar, seed packets of your favorite vegetables appear, and by clicking on the crop of interest, a listing of the current fact sheets available is displayed. Magnification of the photos provided in each sheet is possible.
A link is also provided to the Photo Gallery, which provides additional photographs not appearing in the original fact sheet. This will be updated on a regular basis, as the "typical symptoms" may not always appear every season.
Information in this site is in a constant state of change. Thus reference to the News Articles/Disease Alerts will highlight recent changes in disease management guidelines and options, and also provide news items suitable for newsletter articles intended for Extension Educator's Service Letters.
April 9, 2009 - Launch of the new Herbs Section
December 7, 2005See our "SPINNING SQUASH" Page!! See a 3 dimensional view of edema on winter squash
October 29, 2003 See our "SPINNING TOMATOES" Page!! See a 3 dimensional view of late blight on tomatoes.
July 3, 2003 See our new "SPINNING SPUDS" PAGE!! See 3 dimensional views of Black Dot, Black Scurf and Silver Scurf
These spinning photos were created by our department photographer Kent Loeffler. See the Plant Pathology Photo Lab web site for more details.
Vegetable MD Online has the distinction of being highlighted in the Featured Collection for the May 2002 issue of D-Lib Magazine. This is a monthly web based magazine about innovation and research in digital libraries and is produced by the Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI), and is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF)
are proud to announce that the Vegetable MD Online web site has been selected
by AmericanUniversity.NetĘ Expert Researchers as one of the best educational
resources on the World Wide Web.
Cornell University Plant Pathology Department
Disclaimer: Please read the pesticide label prior to use. The information contained at this web site is not a substitute for a pesticide label. Trade names used herein are for convenience only. No endorsement of products is intended, nor is criticism of unnamed products implied.