Pioneering Use of Statistical Tests Paves the Way for Applications in Disease Management
Pioneering Use of Statistical Tests Paves the Way for Applications in Disease Management Nonparametric statistical tests have great potential value for determining the effects of treatments on diseases and pests when some response variables consist of ord ...
Video- May 2012- While most wheat statewide is at the early grain fill stage of development, growers should still scout carefully for stripe rust, as some farmers have reported finding the disease in their fields (OSU Extension, P. Paul) > OSU Extensio ...
Wooster Staff Fun Fest
CFAES Columbus Staff Appreciation Day
Lunch, ice cream, games, door prizes Kottman Hall gazebo area (outdoors) ...
Plant Pathology Grad Student Orientation in Wooster
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Plant Pathology Grad Student Orientation in Columbus
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ACEL Welcome Back
The faculty and staff in the Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership would like to welcome back our returning students and welcome our incoming freshman and transitioning students with fun activities and homemade ice cream. Eve ...
Biology, epidemiology, and integrated management of corn and wheat diseases Program Areas Fusarium head blight (FHB) of wheat; strength and importance of a within-field source of inoculum (surface residue) for FHB development under conditions of high back ...
More Faculty Awards and Recognition
World Class University Scholar and Visiting Professor, Chonnam National University- Brian McSpadden Gardene r (2009-current) International IPM Excellence Award, IPM CRSP team member- Sally Miller (2009) Gamma Sigma Delta International Award of Merit- Sall ...
APS 2012 page 2
> Go back to Sunday page 1 > Sunday page 2 Above left to right: Kirk Broders, Christian Cruz, Angel Rebollar Alviter; Chris Wallis; Scott Adkins with daughter Madison. Sunday- Above left to right: Broders and Anne Dorrance; Matthew Krause; Fuly ...