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  1. Giant Ragweed: A Weed of Extremes

    https://offer.osu.edu/blog/september-27-2019-137pm/giant-ragweed-weed-extremes

    weeds research ...

  2. Honoring Alumni

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/node/931

    2008, in Columbus. Dr. Starr is a renowned plant nematologist who has transformed disease management for ... industry awards for his work on peanut diseases.  For his many accomplishments in research and teaching, ... in Turkey, where he is an authority on vegetable diseases.  He received the 2007 CFAES International ...

  3. McSpadden Gardener Lab- Current Projects

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/mcspadden-gardener-lab/current-projects

    identify and recover novel microbial populations that are quantitatively associated with soilborne disease ... impact crop health in season and across seasons.  Indeed, soilborne disease suppressiveness can be ... positively-associated with elevated levels of disease suppressiveness and/or improved crop health.  Such populations may ...

  4. Pierluigi Bonello Lab

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/node/385

        My primary research interest is in the ecological role of tree diseases. Specific aspects ... attention to effects of disease on the host signals (semiochemicals) utilized by insect pests to locate and ... to this primary interest is a focus on systemic disease and insect resistance induced in trees by ...

  5. Resources on Prevented Planting Acres

    https://offer.osu.edu/news/resources-prevented-planting-acres

    As the wet spring becomes a wet summer, Ohio State agronomists have been sharing resources and information for late summer planting alternatives.  This article has been adapted from several articles in the  Ohio State Agronomic Crops newsletter (C.O.R.N.) ...

  6. Organic vs. Conventional Practices on Soil Quality

    https://offer.osu.edu/blog/september-19-2019-536pm/organic-vs-conventional-practices-soil-quality

    Ohio State researchers compared an organic system to a conventional, looking at several soil quality indicators such as bulk density, organic matter content, and nematode populations. After four years, the organic system had fewer harmful nematodes, espec ...

  7. Five-Year Study of Soil Balancing Concludes

    https://offer.osu.edu/blog/august-27-2019-517pm/five-year-study-soil-balancing-concludes

    soils soil amendments ...

  8. Ohio Pesticide Recertification Conference- Sandusky

    https://pested.osu.edu/events/ohio-pesticide-recertification-conference-sandusky

      D   Seed Treatment 7 Vertebrate Animal Control   E   Tobacco Sucker Control 8 Turf Pest Control   F   Soil ...

  9. 2008

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/research/publications/2008

    transition on soilborn disease suppression. Phytopathology 98:562-570.   Baysal-Gurel, F., Benitez, M., ... Registrations. 2:143-145.   Nita, M., Ellis, M. A., and Madden, L.V.   2008. Variation in disease incidence of ... Phomopsis cane and leaf spot of grape in commercial vineyards in Ohio. Plant Disease 92: 1053- 1062.   Oh, ...

  10. Impact Stories

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/research/impact/SOD

    manage the spread of Sudden Oak Death (SOD), an invasive and potentially lethal disease of oaks and ... aggressive and potentially lethal disease of oaks and dozens of other plants and caused by the pathogen, ... invaluable in devising management approaches if the disease invades the Eastern oak forests. Pierluigi ...

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