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2011 Grad News
the timing of early season fungicide applications for disease control. He was a selected as ...
and Zhu, H. 2011. Field evaluations of application techniques and equipment for wheat disease ... in the U.S. Corn Belt. Phytopathology 101: 1122-1132. Raikhey, G., Krause, C.R., Leisner, S. 2011. ... change impacts on mycotoxin risks in US maize. World Mycotoxin Journal 4:79-93. Wu S; Xiao H; Cabrera ...
The Ginkgo- A tree with lots of reasons to recommend it
If you are thinking about what to plant to replace that large ash tree in your landscape, consider ... Four Gingko trees even survived the bombing at Hiroshima, surviving about a mile from the epicenter. ...
State Ambassadors at the Ohio State Fair
educational activities four times a day to youth at the fair who stopped by to learn more about youth ...
There are many unanswered questions about Sudden Oak Death and how to manage or stop its spread. ... will help scientists learn more about how plants resist or fight infection and guide the development of ...
applications. Trans.ASAE 49(2): 325-334. Derksen, R., Krause, C., Fox, R., Brazee, R., and Zondag, R. H. 2006. ... Effect of application variables on spray deposition, coverage, and ground losses in nursery tree ... applications. J. Environ. Hort. 24(1): 45-52. Deol, Y. S., Grewal, S. K., Canas, L., Yenik, M., and Grewal, P. ...
Devastating Maize Disease Emerges in East Africa
germplasm screening resources in East Africa and experiments in the US. Impact The first report of the ...
Important Tips to Make Next Year’s Garden a Success
and January and you begin to dream about your 2016 garden. For more information on home, lawn, indoor, ...
2011 Ag Day
about plant pathology and inspire the next generation of scientists. Above, left to right, Tim Frey, ... Maggie Ellis demonstrate rain and wind in a discussion about how environmental factors can influence ...
The World Beneath Your Feet
world to support the plant, and ultimately animal life on earth. Let us start with the smallest ...