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  1. Faculty Research Areas

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/research-areas

    Ecology of Trees.  Ecological role of tree diseases; chemical ecology of tree/fungal pathogen/insect ... interactions; systemic disease and insect resistance induced in trees by fungal pathogens; soil type and soil ... Administrative leadership of Wooster campus.  Management systems for soybean diseases; evaluation of soybean ...

  2. Fungicides, Red Thread, Leaf Spots, Patch Diseases and Dollar Spot

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/fungicides-red-thread-leaf-spots-patch-diseases-and-dollar-spot-0

    ” for 2010. Patch Disease Alert: If you are managing lawns that have had a history of necrotic ring spot ... leaf blades. This disease is strictly a superficial problem and one that will not kill the turf. Under ... into the crown which can cause the turf to thin. To manage the disease, properly mow the turf high to ...

  3. Tick Talk for Health Care Professionals

    https://jefferson.osu.edu/events/tick-talk-health-care-professionals-0

    significant medical concern. Tick-borne diseases and their symptoms will also be covered –the bullseye rash is ...

  4. Fungicides, Red Thread, Leaf Spots, Patch Diseases and Dollar Spot

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/fungicides-red-thread-leaf-spots-patch-diseases-and-dollar-spot

    ” for 2010. Patch Disease Alert: If you are managing lawns that have had a history of necrotic ring spot ... leaf blades. This disease is strictly a superficial problem and one that will not kill the turf. Under ... into the crown which can cause the turf to thin. To manage the disease, properly mow the turf high to ...

  5. 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  ...

  6. Undergraduate

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/undergraduate

    pathologist, and what do they do?” In short, plant pathologists study plant diseases and plant health, and ... develop disease management strategies. Here are some ways to explore... 1. Talk to scientists. Ask, ... some projects from the Plants Get Sick Too! Plant Diseases Idea Starte r. Visit a library and check out ...

  7. Plant Growth Facilities

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/research/plant-growth-facilities

    Microorganisms in Selby Hall, APHIS Facility 234 - updated March 2018 (pdf) M. L. Lewis Ivey and M. Redinbaugh ...

  8. Grad Handbooks

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/graduate/grad-handbooks

    Plant Pathology > Plant Pathology Graduate Student Handbook (pdf file updated AU 2022) Plant ...

  9. Poultry and Rabbit Tag-In

    https://jefferson.osu.edu/events/poultry-and-rabbit-tag

    litter, must be tattooed. Rabbits will be checked for disease at tag-in. ALL poultry MUST be brought to ...

  10. Updated Turfgrass Disease Fact Sheets

    https://turfdisease.osu.edu/news/updated-turfgrass-disease-fact-sheets

    HYG-3082-10 UPDATED! April 2010 Gray Leaf Spot on Turfgrass, HYG-3083-10 UPDATED! April 2010 Brown Patch on ... the following turfgrass disease fact sheets. For more information contact Joe or Todd.   UPDATED ... UPDATED! April 2010 Powdery Mildew on Turfgrass, HYG-3081-10 UPDATED! April 2010 Summer Patch on Turfgrass, ...

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