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  1. 2020

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/research/publications-current/2020

    of Phlox caused by Golovinomyces magnicellulatus in Tennessee. PLANT DISEASE 104(8):2294-2294 Bonello ... association with weather variables. Plant Disease 105: 114-126. Farinas, C, Jourdan, P, Peduto Hand, F. ... (2020). Flaming Phlox and the ubiquitous powdery mildew disease. PLANT HEALTH PROGRESS Firs Look  ...

  2. Time to Act on Climate Change: April 20, 2022

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    virtually through an EPN livestream production. Click here to receive event updates and notifications. ... livestream, and/or a recording of the program.  Click here to receive event updates and notifications   if you ...

  3. Treasurer Sprague, The Ohio State University Recognize April as National Financial Literacy Month

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    Ottawa Brown Hancock Perry Butler Harrison Pickaway Champaign Highland Putnam Clark Jackson Richland ...

  4. Jonathan M. Jacobs

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    anaerobic soil disinfestation carbon sources for managing a soilborne disease complex in high tunnel ... disease complex in protected culture tomato production. Phytopathology 111:954-965. Srivastava, V., ...  (Ralstonia solanacearum  phylotype I) in Cambodia. 2019.  Plant Disease ...

  5. Laurence (Larry) V. Madden

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    temporal development of wheat spike blast epidemics in a region of Bolivia where the disease is endemic. ... Plant Disease 105: 96-107. Dalla Lana, F., Madden, L. V., and Paul, P. A. 2021. Natural occurrence of ... variables. Plant Disease 105: 114-126. Shah, D. A., De Wolf, E. D., Paul, P. A., and Madden, L. V. 2021. ...

  6. Chow Line: Spring is a good time to increase and diversify your fruit and vegetable intake

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    as E. coli, listeria, and salmonella, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. As ... such, nearly half of all foodborne diseases are caused by germs on fresh produce, the CDC says. While ...

  7. Current Topics and Methods Courses

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    history and contemporary understanding of plant resistance to disease. We will begin by an exploration of ... effects), managing cover crops for weed, insect, and disease control within cropping systems, cover crop ... Breeding website and students will work collaboratively to update the site content. HCS 7806: Multivariate ...

  8. Sally A. Miller

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    a soilborne disease complex in high tunnel tomatoes. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 5:645197. doi: ... management of a widespread soilborne disease complex in protected culture tomato production. Phytopathology ... Miller, S. A. and Rosa, C. 2020.  Survey, morphology, and white mold disease of country bean (Lablab ...

  9. Elaine Eberlin

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    administration and IT support for Plant Science Online (go.osu.edu/turf) non-credit certificate courses to ...

  10. M. Soledad Benitez Ponce

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    Pythium and Phytopythium Associated with Soybean Genotypes in High Disease Environments in Ohio. ... 2021. The foliar endophytic microbiome points to potential causal agents of beech leaf disease ... Communities of Phytophthora, Pythium and Phytopythium Associated with Soybean Genotypes in High Disease ...

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