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  1. 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, ... Alumni Award and was lauded for his key role in developing ties between CFAES and Turkish institutions. ...

  2. Facilities

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    of Entomology, and Plant Pathology has taken nearly all responsibility for managing this unit for ... Columbus also use plots at this facility. There are no fees for the use of the field facilities at this ...

  3. 2011 American Phytopathological Society

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/node/607

    Refined empirical models for predicting Fusarium head blight epidemics in the United States A. SPARKS, D. ... diseases P. ESKER, C. Bradley, Pierce Paul, A. Robertson Does one size fit all for delivering corn ... MILLER Efficacy of pre-flag leaf emergence foliar fungicide application for Stagonospora nodorum blotch ...

  4. archive 2 Grad Student Awards and Publications

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    Cooperacion Internacional), INIA (National Institute for Agricultural Research), Madrid, Spain.  Nov 19-30, ...   Maria Soledad Benitez 2007 C.C. Allison Award which recognizes students for a high level of achievement ... in graduate research and for service to the Department of Plant Pathology, The Ohio State University ...

  5. Archive 2007 2008

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/about-us/news/archive-2007-2008

    Health Management Honors student, was one of five Denman Undergraduate Forum presenters selected for ... recognition at the Plant Sciences Banquet   Laura Bruner- Honors student, Plant Protection Scholarship for ... 2008-2009; Ambassador for the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences; Ohio Soybean Council ...

  6. 2010 Tornado- Secrest Arboretum

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/archived-news/2010-tornado-secrest

    Left: The Secrest Arboretum was famous for its impressive stands of crabapple trees that provided ... a spectacular show of blooms every spring.  The stand above (Crablandia I) was a long-term research plot for the ...

  7. APS 2012 page 2

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/about-us/news/aps-2012-p2

    Plant Pathology Graduate Students Association accepted the first place certificate and $500 for the APS ... Pathology, was awarded runner-up and $500 for their video contest entry. > View both entries Tuesday- left ... Bangladesh enabled one farmer to build a house for his family.  This was an example how scientists can use ...

  8. Grad Travel Funding

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    http://www.apsnet.org/members/foundation/apply/Pages/default.aspx The Plant Molecular Biology/Biotechnology Graduate Fellowship includes funds for expenses, among ... them are travel expenses. http://pmbb.osu.edu/pmbb_news.htm TREE Fund- mostly for arboricultural ...

  9. Awards

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    whose advisor is Thomas K. Mitchell, was recognized for his achievements in establishing the use of ... $800 for each recipient, recognizes high achievement in research and service to the department. ... of Phomopsis cane and leaf spot on grape, with the goal of developing a predictive model for the ...

  10. Ellis publications

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/our-people/ellis/lab/publications

    mefenoxam and potassium phosphite with protectant efficacy of azoxystrobin and potassium phosphite for ... practices for disease control in Grapes. Massachusetts Berry Notes, Vol. 20: No.7, 6-8. Ellis, M.A. 2008. ... Efficacy of pre-harvest fungicide applications and cold storage for post-harvest control of botrytis fruit ...

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