Water Reuse and Remediation - Phytophthora
An introduction to agricultural water reuse and remediation, including innovative ecological treatment technologies that have the potential to remediate agricultural contaminants from irrigation runoff water, so that water may be reused onsite.
An introduction to agricultural subsurface bioreactors, which have been proven to significantly reduce nitrate from agricultural runoff and drainage water, and may also serve to remediate plant pathogens like Phytophthora spp. Research from Dr. Sarah White's lab at Clemson University
In this video, you will learn a simple but accurate method to bait Phytophthora. Dr. Neelam Redekar from Oregon State University
Designing a water treatment system
Paul Fisher, Ph.D. from the University of Florida discusses the key points on how to design a successful water treatment system that will deliver water at a consistent high quality.
Pros and cons of water disinfection: A European perspective
Walter Wohanka, Ph.D. from the Geisenheim Research Center (Germany), discusses the pros and cons of water treatment techniques use to prevent disease spread through irrigation.
Disinfestants for sanitizing production surfaces
Warren Copes, Ph.D. from USDA discusses alternatives for surface cleaning and sanitation for your greenhouse. Learn how to adjust you the dose of disinfestants by understanding how water properties, materials being sanitized and the treatment process interact with the disinfestants. (USDA does not endorse any of the products mentioned in this presentation).
Pond issues and management
Ken Wagner, Ph.D. from Water Resources Services discusses the problems observed in ponds, the causes of algae problems and the alternative to manage water quality in ponds.
A systems approach for managing Phytophthora diseases in nurseries: the importance of water
Jennifer Parke Ph.D. (Oregon State University) discusses how water management and water treatment fit into a holistic approach for managing nursery plant diseases caused by
Biology of waterborne pathogens in nurseries
Gary Chastagner Ph.D (Washington State University) discussed the biology of pathogens found in the water. He described how and where pathogens spread in nurseries.
Avoid spreading disease through your irrigation
Aaron Palmateer (Florida Extension Plant Diagnostic Clinic, Tropical Research and Education Center, University of Florida) discusses the effects of water on plant health, along with information on water molds and bacterial diseases.
Biology of waterborne pathogens
Robert Wick (University of Massachusetts Amherst) describes issues involved with waterborne pathogens in your production system, their biology, and recommendations for their management.
Treatment technologies: choosing sanitizers and the challenge of flood tanks and benches
Paul Fisher (University of Florida) provides information on water quality in floriculture crop production.
Ecological approaches to water treatments
Sarah White (Clemson University) and Loren Oki (University of California) discuss the use of constructed wetlands and slow sand filtration systems for treating water.