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Know Thine Enemy is the first rule of research for the Bull Penn Lab
Dr. Cristina Rosa will conduct a two-year project using a $325,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
Drew May's project was selected for funding through the College of Agricultural Sciences Undergraduate Student Research program.
Vegetable pathology team completes onion harvest at Larson Ag Research Center and SE Ag Research and Extension Center.
Dept. of Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology Professor Wakar Uddin outlines advances in turfgrass disease research.
In the Dec. 2015 issue of American Fruit Grower Dr. Kari Peter differentiates bacterial spot and copper injury for peach and nectarine growers.
Every year new or more frequent potato disease outbreaks mean fresh problem solving and research for PPEM Research Associate Dr. Xinshun Qu.
Anita Behari, Ph.D. student in Dr. Gretchen Kuldau's lab, details her summer research collaboration at the University of Missouri.