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American Phytopathological Society Annual Meeting, Austin, Texas > View Photo Gallery ...
Grad Travel Funding
Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Professional Growth Scholarship, from OARDC. $500 (50% ... president or travel award committee chair American Phytopathological Society > Travel Grants Ohio Soybean ...
C.O.R.N. Newsletter 2011-36
many mid-western states. As reported by the OSU Ag Safety Program, in the last 10 years, Ohio fatality ...
sustainability of corn production in Ohio New problems with plant parasitic nematodes may inadvertently arise ... decisions. Situation Corn is the most economically important crop in Ohio and the U.S. In the past 20 years, ... known pathogenic nematodes had been found in Ohio. The first step in determining the extent of the ...
2012. Two new species of Pythium, P. schmitthenneri and P. selbyi pathogens of corn and soybean in Ohio ... caused by Septoria glycines on soybeans in Ohio. Plant Disease 94: 820-826. Paul, P. A., Hershman, D. E., ... 160-171. Beuerlein, J. E., Minyo Jr, R. J., Paul, P. A., and Sneller, C. H. 2008. Ohio Wheat Performance ...
Trafficking arms: oomycete effectors enter host plant cells. Trends in Microbiology 14:8-11. Bos, J., ... B. B. 2006. Distribution and fungicide sensitivity of tomato fruit rot pathogens in Ohio. Plant ... characterization of Pyrenophora tritici-repentis and Stagonospora nodorum in Ohio. Phytopathology 96: 1355-1362. ...
Mushrooms and Macrofungi of Ohio and the Midwestern States: A Resource Guide
by LH Rhodes, BA Bunyard, WE Sturgeon, SD Ellis Williams > Purchase at eStore ...
Last day of classes for Spring Semester and Session 2
PLNTPTH/MPHM Grad Orientation in Wooster
McSpadden Gardener Lab- Current Projects
health. We have accumulated a collection of root and soil DNA from farms spread all across Ohio. This ... organic farms located throughout Ohio. Several distinct genotypes have been identified including two ...