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  1. Scholarships

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/undergraduate/scholarships

    following Autumn: > cfaes.osu.edu/money-matters/scholarships Plant Protection Scholarships Awards are ... vegetable production problem.  Previous recipients > A. J. Hoffmann Award There are many additional ...

  2. Godwill Mih Chewachong

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/our-people/godwill-mih-chewachong

    viruses constitute a major constraint to crop production worldwide. More than a thousand viruses are known ...

  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 ... suppression. Such an approach has the potential to revolutionize how new biopesticidal strains are discovered. ... practices on diverse, plant-associated microbial populations. We are examining the impact of different field ...

  4. Multi-Disciplinary Collaborations

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/research/multi

    publishes a weekly newsletter  that provides timely information on agronomic crops to over 2,500 ... Team ENLTT includes Extension specialists and educators from across Ohio.  Timely information is ...

  5. Water Treatment for Plant Health and Food Safety

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/node/1034

    well as a new FDA law, are being implemented in order to reduce the risk of contamination of fresh ... fruit and vegetables by human pathogens.  Vegetable growers in Ohio are being proactive in meeting new ... requirements; however, there are gaps in understanding the means by which produce becomes contaminated and how ...

  6. Biopesticides

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

    researchers are facilitating the expansion and adoption of biofungicides and microbial inoculants through the ... management. Response OARDC researchers are involved in the discovery and development of new microbial ... with significant capacities to promote plant health. Drs. Hoitink, Mitchell and Taylor are ...

  7. Winter Clothing Drive

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/about-us/events/winter-clothing-drive

    donations to a local service agency. Collection boxes are in Kottman Hall lobby, and in Parker Food Science ...

  8. 2012

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/research/publications/2013

    Extracellular Proteins Are Ideal Targets for Immunological Diagnostic Assays. Appl and Environmental ... Phytopathology 160: 26-36. Opiyo, S. O. 2012. Why we need health information Technology for maintaining and ... accessing health care information. Journal of Health and Medical Informatics 3:e103. Orshinsky, A. M., Hu, ...

  9. Corn and Soybean Viruses

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/research/impact/SOD/corn-and-soybean-viruses

    world. Because there are no chemical treatment options for viruses, the most cost-effective management is ... the use of resistant varieties. In Ohio, resistant varieties are important to minimize losses due to ... boost the resistance provided by Wsm1. For soybeans, OARDC and Univ. of Nebraska researchers are ...

  10. Pierluigi Bonello Lab

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

    being investigated are the chemical ecology of tree/fungal pathogen/insect interactions, with some ... fungal pathogens. Chemical, biochemical, molecular, and anatomical approaches are used to dissect these ... environments. We are investigating the effects of soil type and management regime, fertility, and mycorrhizal ...

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