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  1. Karasi (Kara) Mills

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/our-people/karasi-kara-mills

    (2015-2016) Graduate Student Committee, Vice-Chair (2015-2016) Crop Loss Assessment and Risk Evaluation ...

  2. 2006

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/research/publications/2006

    Arthropod Management Tests. (http://entsoc.org/pubs/index.html). Win, J., Kanneganti, T., Torto-Alalibo, T., ... pathogen. PLoS Pathogens 2: e50 Birch, P., Rehmany, A., Pritchard, L., Kamoun, S., and Beynon, J. 2006. ... 2006. Non-target effects of entomopathogenic nematodes on the soil microbial community and processes. ...

  3. 50th Anniversary of Dept of Plant Pathology

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/50

    2017-2018 marked 50th year of the establishment of the Department of Plant Pathology.  We kicked ... colleagues, the book's release on July 1, 2017 coincided with the 50 th anniversary of the establishment ...

  4. HCS Fall 2015 Seminar Series

    https://oardc.osu.edu/events/hcs-fall-2015-seminar-series

    sources (water, soil, roots) and  identified over 50 different isolates of Pseudomonas that interfere with ... in plate and soil assays against other plant-pathogenic fungi, oomyctes and bacteria. Genome sequence ... analysis of all 50+ strains reveal the presence of many genes that are potentially involved in biocontrol ...

  5. Water Treatment for Plant Health and Food Safety

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/node/1034

    well as a new FDA law, are being implemented in order to reduce the risk of contamination of fresh ... OSU Extension plant pathologists worked directly with vegetable growers in Ohio to test and determine ... the levels of contamination of surface irrigation water sources by human and plant pathogens, and the ...

  6. Understanding Algal Blooms: State of the Science Conference

    https://oardc.osu.edu/events/understanding-algal-blooms-state-science-conference

    drinking water for two days in August 2014 due to high microcystin levels. Presenters will focus on how to ... phosphorus leaves individual fields so they can target high-risk fields with best management practices,” ... are caused by a combination of warm water temperatures and high concentrations of phosphorus in the ...

  7. Leonard J Herr

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/our-people/leonard-j-herr

    soil-born plant microbiology, biological control of soil-borne plant pathogens, and integrated disease ... control, with a focus on sugar beet, tobacco and lettuce.  He developed a triple-layer agar medium for the ... selective isolation of antagonistic actinomycetes, and soil-dilution procedures to assay rhizosphere ...

  8. Spent foundry sand’s second life: OK to use in some soils

    https://oardc.osu.edu/newsletter/oardc-report-newsletter/july-august-2015/spent-foundry-sand%E2%80%99s-second-life-ok-use-some

    A study by two OARDC scientists played a key role in a recent public health and environmental risk ... assessment of reusing spent foundry sands, or SFS, in certain soil-related uses. The sands are a byproduct of ... the metal casting industry. Nicholas Basta, professor of soil and environmental science, and Elizabeth ...

  9. 2019

    https://plantpath.osu.edu/research/publications/2019

    Ziegle J  Chang C, Leach JE, Le-Saux M, Portier P, Koebnik R, and Jacobs JM. (2019). High ... beetles relate to degree of historical exposure between species and are allocated independently of ... G. A., Soilan, L. C. and Miller, S. A. (2019). Effects of anaerobic soil disinfestation on  ...

  10. 14 billion ways honey bees let you eat

    https://oardc.osu.edu/newsletter/oardc-report-newsletter/may-june-2015/14-billion-ways-honey-bees-let-you-eat

    eat, valued at more than $14 billion annually in the U.S. But this valuable resource is at risk. During ... the 2013-2014 winter alone, Ohio beekeepers lost 50-80 percent of their honey bees. Bees are dying in ... well as strategies to protect bees. For example, he has tested a lubricant that is applied to the seed ...

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