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  1. My Summer Internship at Fort Detrick, Maryland

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    a USDA Wallace Carver Intern working at the USDA ARS Foreign Disease – Weed Science Research Unit in Fort ... Puccinia punctiformis.  This information is important to helping to understand the disease cycle of the ... fungus.  Understanding the disease cycle with this project will help develop a biological control to manage ...

  2. Ellis publications

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    fruticosus in Mexico.  Plant Disease. Vol. 93: 674-674. Ellis, M. A., Welty, C., Miller, D., and Doohan, D.  ... practices for disease control in Grapes. Massachusetts Berry Notes, Vol. 20: No.7, 6-8. Ellis, M.A. 2008. ... Ohio. Today, winter issue: 9-12. Ellis, M.A. 2008. Fire Blight of Apple- A Tough Disease to Control. ...

  3. APS 2016

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    Session, Dispersal at Multiple Scales: A Key to Outbreak of Disease.  Epidemics   Introduction: The ... U.S.A. Sunday, 1:15 pm.  Technical Session, Viral Diseases.  Virus populations associated with Maize ... Monday, 10:15 a.m.- Fungal Diseases technical session. Identifying sources of inoculum and timing of ...

  4. Pioneering Use of Statistical Tests Paves the Way for Applications in Disease Management

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    Pioneering Use of Statistical Tests Paves the Way for Applications in Disease Management ... Nonparametric statistical tests have great potential value for determining the effects of treatments on diseases ... Situation Plant pathologists often assess disease and other damages using ordinal rating scales. Examples ...

  5. Corn and Soybean Viruses

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    Strategies for Major Virus Diseases of Corn and Soybeans  Virus disease management in corn and ... dwarf mosaic disease, such as Johnsongrass mosaic virus (JGMV) and Sorghum mosaic virus (SrMV). However, ... the recent emergence of resistance-breaking virus isolates threatens this approach to disease ...

  6. 2007

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    tobamovirus from tropical soda apple in Florida. Plant Disease 91:287-293.   Alfano, G., Ivey, M. L., Cakir, ... fingerprint data reveal bacterial populations associated with general disease suppression arising from the ... and seedling disease in Ohio. Plant Disease 91:727-735.   Broders, K., Lipps, P. E., Paul, P. A., and ...

  7. 2019 Sustainable Farm Tour and Workshop Series

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    The 2019 Ohio Ecological Food & Farm Association (OEFFA) Farm Tour series guide is now available. This year's series offers an up-close look at 30 organic and ecological farms and businesses in Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana. The tour series combine ...

  8. Videos on Soil Health and Management Topics

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    Recordings are available from the 27th Annual Conservation Tillage and Technology Conference, held in Ada, Ohio, in March 2019. This two-day event brought together speakers in a variety of subject areas including cover crops, practices that effect soil he ...

  9. Leonard J Herr

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    soil-born plant microbiology, biological control of soil-borne plant pathogens, and integrated disease ... management of tobacoo diseases, particularly Phytophthora black shank and blue mold. Herr, a Wayne County ...

  10. Online Tool Examines Organic Strategies for Weed Management

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    To help farmers consider different approaches to ecological weed management, The Ohio State University and Michigan State University has developed an online tool. The tool is available at organicweedmanager.com, and takes about 20 minutes to complete. It ...

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