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Asiatic Garden Beetle Could be Cause for Concern for Northern Ohio Corn
sandier soils reported last year finding Asiatic garden beetle grubs that caused some stand losses, he ...
Jim Herron receives Young Jersey Breeder Award
went into partnership with his father to form Cold Run Jerseys LLC. They built a new free-stall barn ...
Lansing E. Williams
Lansing E. Williams Professor Emeritus Deceased Lansing Williams had a distinguished career in plant pathology. He received a BS from Morris Harvey College (now the University of Charleston), served in the Marine Corps from 1942-1946, and earned his MS a ...
Curt Leben Professor Emeritus Deceased Dr. Curt Leben (1917-2008) joined plant pathology in Wooster as Professor and Associate Chair in 1959, and returned to full-time research after the formation of a separate Department of Plant Pathology in 1967. He r ...
Oscar E. Bradfute
Oscar E. Bradfute Professor Emeritus Deceased Dr. Oscar E. Bradfute (1926-2014) Dr. Bradfute was appointed in 1965 as assistant professor and electron microscopist to establish the electron microscope laboratory on the Wooster campus. He conducted researc ...
David L. Coplin
David L. Coplin Professor Emeritus firstname.lastname@example.org Research Interests Phytobacteriology and molecular plant-microbe interactions Molecular basis of pathogenicity of bacterial plant pathogens, including mechanisms of water-soaking (Wts) and wilting and re ...
State ATI Biochemical Science students may have the opportunity to work with researchers in fields as ...
growers should still scout carefully for stripe rust, as some farmers have reported finding the disease in ...
Miller lab intro
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My Summer Research With the Emerald Ash Borer
Additionally, the trips provided an opportunity to interact with and better know my co-workers. Overall, my ...