Plant Pathology News
The Emerald ash borer attacks ash trees from as small as one-inch diameter to large mature trees. The destructive beetle has killed hundreds of millions of ash trees. Check out this video with Sofia Simeto and her work with decay fungi associated with EA
Britta will be working as a New Business Development Manager coordinating the design of international agriculture assistance projects and proposals.
The Department of Plant Pathology is offering the Award for Promising Excellence in Graduate Studies to recruit our top four candidates for the fall 2020 admission.
Connect with colleagues from around the country to learn new strategies to better serve, support and advocate for graduate students, in Plant Pathology and across CFANS.
Nicholas Greatens Talks Emerging Biocontrol
An international team of scientists at Australia’s national science agency (CSIRO), the University of Minnesota, University of the Free State in South Africa, and Australian National University have solved a 20-year-old mystery, uncovering the origins of the world’s most devastating strain of cereal rust disease.
Eric Nazareno visits LSU for new graduate seminar exchange program
Plant Pathology @ Bell Museum's Botanical Bonanza
Check out this video where Becca Hall investigates white mold that has taken over the soy bean fields here on the St. Paul campus.