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Posted 9/26/17

Lindsey Du Toit, a vegetable seed pathologist for Washington State University, explains how certain strains of carrots are more susceptible to diseases such as powdery mildew. She added that the …

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Lindsey Du Toit, a vegetable seed pathologist for Washington State University, explains how certain strains of carrots are more susceptible to diseases such as powdery mildew. She added that the central parts of Washington and Oregon account for 75 percent of carrot harvests worldwide, in part because their dry winters allow farmers to leave the carrots in the soil.

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