Plant Pathology News

Dimitre, who also served as Director of the Plant Disease Clinic before Brett Arenz, is now a USDA-ARS Plant Pathologist in Beltsville, MD.

The Fulbright scholarship will support Molly during her first year studying plant and microbial sciences as a Ph.D. student at The Sainsbury Laboratory and the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England.

Harold H. Flor is best remembered for his groundbreaking “Gene-for-Gene Hypothesis”, a core tenet of plant pathology that is taught to this day.  As a USDA scientist in North Dakota, Flor studied the impact of the flax rust pathogen (Melampsora lini) on flax (Linum usitatissimum), documenting race specificity.

Rebecca Curland brings the gracious lessons that she performs on campus to her practicing students in an online format.

Lots of people around the world are turning to cook at home for necessity and recreation. We want to feature you and your recipes!

The administrative staff has collected a list and living documents that will help YOU online.

The remodel project of the kitchenette in 495 is complete!

Longtime department member Todd Burnes will retire in June.

The United Nations declared 2020 the International Year of Plant Health. Check out what we are doing!

An award of up to $2,000 is available to outstanding graduate students working in the fields of plant science from the Philip C. Hamm Memorial Scholarship Fund.

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