Plant Disease Clinic clients usually have perishable samples that are often large and/or difficult to mail. With about half, the state’s population living or working within an hour’s drive of the lab, hand delivery of samples has always been a popular option.
Interview with a Rust Pathologist and he goes by the name of Pablo Olivera Firpo.
Graduate student Eric Nazareno (Advisor: Shahryar Kianian and Melania Figueroa) has successfully passed his Ph.D. defense
Becca Hall represented our department as an invited speaker at the North Central American Phytopathological Society Meeting.
Becca Hall represented our department as an invited speaker at the North Central American Phytopathological Society Meeting. The theme for this year's meeting was “Teaching Plant Pathology: Challenges and Opportunities”.
Austin Lein wins 1st place at the NCAPS meeting in the student talk competition.
The Gary Lincoff Mushroom Festival is the largest event of this type in the world with a week of lectures, workshops, and forays.
As of April Susan Kingsbury announced her resignation effective June 30.
Plants and their people" is a series featuring students, faculty, and staff describing their present life in UMN Plant Pathology. Dong-gyu Kim is currently (2021) a graduate student from the University of Minnesota's Department of Plant Pathology.
How do the winter hardiness of barley and Durum wheat stand up against Minnesota's frosty temperatures?
Listen to the Wisconsin Public Radio show The Morning Show where PLPA's Ben Held discusses the potential use of fungi to fight invasive species.