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PA-PIPE Disease Models

Apple Scab | Fire Blight | Grape Black Rot | Grape Downy Mildew | Grape Phomopsis
Grape Powdery Mildew | Potato & Tomato Early/Late Blight

Apple Scab Model

The Apple Scab Disease model results depict disease severity based on suitability of environmental conditions for disease development. Suitability is determined or forecast based on wetness events and associated temperature. A wetness event is defined as a rainfall event or due formation. Disease severity is organized into classes: inactive (no infection), active but no infection, and five severity levels: very low, low, moderate, high and very high.

Model Key

Disease Severity (Disease Severity in key) shows disease severity using unique color classes for each of the five severity classes.

These maps do not indicate that Apple Scab disease is present at a given location, but that conditions are favorable for disease development if inoculum is present.

Apple Scab Disease Model Product

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Fire Blight Model

The Fire Blight model results depict disease severity based on suitability of environmental conditions for disease development. Suitability is determined or forecast based on wetness events and associated temperature. A wetness event is defined as a rainfall event or due formation. Disease severity is organized into three classes. These classes are inactive (no infection), active, but no infection, and active and infectious.

Model Key

Disease Severity (Apple Fire Blight in key) shows disease severity using unique colors for each class.

These maps do not indicate that Fire Blight disease is present at a given location, but that conditions are favorable for disease development if inoculum is present.

Fire Blight Disease Model Product

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Grape Black Rot Model

The Grape Black Rot model results depict disease severity based on suitability of environmental conditions for disease development. Suitability is determined or forecast based on wetness events and associated temperature. A wetness event is defined as a rainfall event or due formation. Disease severity is organized into classes: inactive (no infection), active but no infection, and five severity levels: very low, low, moderate, high and very high.

Model Key

Disease Severity (Disease Severity in key) shows disease severity using unique colors for each of the five severity classes.

These maps do not indicate that Grape Black Rot disease is present at a given location, but that conditions are favorable for disease development if inoculum is present.

Grape Black Rot Disease Model Product

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Grape Downy Mildew Model

The Grape Downy model results depict disease severity based on suitability of environmental conditions for disease development. Suitability is determined or forecast based on wetness events and associated temperature. A wetness event is defined as a rainfall event or due formation. Disease severity is organized into classes: inactive (no infection), active but no infection, and five severity levels: very low, low, moderate, high and very high.

Model Key

Disease Severity (Disease Severity in key) shows disease severity using unique colors for each of the five severity classes.

These maps do not indicate that Grape Downy Mildew disease is present at a given location, but that conditions are favorable for disease development if inoculum is present.

Grape Downy Mildew Disease Model Product

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Grape Phomopsis Model

The Grape Phomopsis model results depict disease severity based on suitability of environmental conditions for disease development. Suitability is determined or forecast based on wetness events and associated temperature. A wetness event is defined as a rainfall event or due formation. Disease severity is organized into classes: inactive (no infection), active but no infection, and five severity levels: very low, low, moderate, high and very high.

Model Key

Disease Severity (Disease Severity in key) shows disease severity using unique colors for each of the five severity classes.

These maps do not indicate that Grape Phomopsis disease is present at a given location, but that conditions are favorable for disease development if inoculum is present.

Grape Phomopsis Disease Model Product

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Grape Powdery Mildew Model

The Grape Powdery model results depict disease severity based on suitability of environmental conditions for disease development. Suitability is determined or forecast based on wetness events and associated temperature. A wetness event is defined as a rainfall event or due formation. Disease severity is organized into classes.These classes are inactive (no infection), active, but no infection, and active and infectious.

Model Key

Disease Severity (Grape Powdery Mildew in key) shows disease severity using unique colors for each class.

These maps do not indicate that Grape Powdery Mildew disease is present at a given location, but that conditions are favorable for disease development if inoculum is present.

Grape Powdery Mildew Disease Model Product

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Potato Early/Late Blight & Tomato Early Blight Model

The Potato Early/Late Blight and Tomato Early Blight model results depict disease severity based on suitability of environmental conditions for disease development. Suitability is determined or forecast based on wetness events and associated temperature. A wetness event is defined as a rainfall event or due formation. Disease severity is organized into classes: inactive (no infection), active but no infection, and five severity levels: very low, low, moderate, high and very high.

Model Key

Disease Severity (Disease Severity in key) shows disease severity using unique colors for each of the five severity classes.

These maps do not indicate that Potato Early/Late Blight and/or Tomato Early Blight disease is present at a given location, but that conditions are favorable for disease development if inoculum is present.

Potato Early/Late Blight & Tomato Early Blight Disease Model Product

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