A paper researching wild barley co-authored by Brian Steffenson revealed genes associated with cell wall modification, carbohydrate metabolism, and regulation of β-glucan.
The meeting was held in Lincoln, Nebraska from June 21-23, 2022, and was attended by a number of participants and presenters from the Department of Plant Pathology.
Congratulations to Dong-gyu on his impressive research and great defense!
The PDC is a lifeline to the broader plant-growing community of Minnesota, providing diagnostic services to everyone from homeowners, arborists, crop consultants, farmers, government agencies and other professionals.
Congratulations to Rae Page for receiving the 2022 Louise T. Dosdall Fellowship, a highly competitive university-wide award!
Congrats to all 2022 PLPA Awards winners, and thank you to the whole department for a wonderful year!
Assistant Professor Cory Hirsch was nominated by current students for the positive impact he has made on their time in Plant Pathology.
Stopping Grapevine Trunk Diseases in their Tracks: Study on Minnesota’s vineyards published by DeKrey and colleagues
Congratulations to Davy DeKrey, Annie Klodd, Matthew Clark, and Robert Blanchette on publication of the research article “Grapevine trunk diseases of cold-hardy varieties grown in Northern Midwest vineyards coincide with canker fungi and winter injury,” newly released in PLOS ONE.
There are so many career options for UMN Plant Pathology graduates! We connected with recent alumni to see what they are up to.