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Ohio State iAGRI Graduate Curbing the Devastating Effects of Rice Blast Disease
rice blast in Africa. Rice blast, a disease caused by a fungus Magnaporthe oryzae, produces lesions ...
OARDC Heirloom Rose Garden Open House and Plant Sale Is June 8 (UPDATED w/ slideshow)
WOOSTER, Ohio-- The Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center’s Garden of Roses of Legend and Romance will hold its annual open house and rose sale from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 8. The three-acre collection is home to about 1,500 heirloom rose p ...
School for Trees: Sign Up by Monday (5/13) (UPDATE)
MANSFIELD, Ohio-- Curious about Ohio’s top 10 landscape trees? Want to learn how to keep deer from eating your plants? These are just a few of the topics to be taught at Ohio State University’s first-ever Tree School May 18. ...
Ohio Vegetable Production Guide Updated and Merged with New Regional Guide
COLUMBUS, Ohio-- Ohio State University Extension's Ohio Vegetable Production Guide (Bulletin 672) has been discontinued but most of its content, including cultural, varietal, and pesticide recommendations, have been merged with an existing regional ...
International Student Blog
growing up. When I was young, I noticed so many diseases existed and insects present in the vegetable ... for the first time that I needed to work with plant diseases and that it should be my profession. Now ... as one of the most serious bacterial diseases of potato in Bangladesh, heavily reduces potato yields ...
DEADLINE: Application for International Affairs Academic Enrichment Grants
Infectious Disease initiative. The research competition will fund between 10 and 15 awards of $3,000 to ...
International Visitor Blog
training at the Infectious Diseases and Molecular Epidemiology Laboratory (IDMEL) at Ohio State’s College ... breeding for biotic and abiotic resistant crops; using Molecular Biology techniques for disease ...
Ugandan Plant Breeder Recognized as CFAES International Alumni Award Winner for 2016
breeding for disease resistance, Dr. Asea served as a visiting scientist at the International Center for ...
Ohio No-Till Summer Field Day
who will offer a “Water Management and Water Quality Update”; and Dan DeSutter, an Indiana no-till ...
Graduate student conducts research on rabies transmission in Ethiopa as a part of One Health
dogs, and wild dogs running around in the streets. The potential for zoonotic disease transmission and ... severe as the disease itself. However, if we advised them not to get the vaccine then the girl could ...