Extension Plant Pathology
The North Dakota State University Extension Service exists to serve the people of North Dakota. The Cooperative Extension System was established in 1914 to address through education, critical needs of the public in the areas of agriculture, family and youth. The work of the Extension Service continues to be extremely important to producers, families, community leaders and young people. Extension maintains a unique relationship among federal, state, and county constituents. Local input into programs, combined with support and funding from state and federal partners, enables the Extension Service to truly meet the needs of people. Extension plant pathologists have major outreach components. They help growers apply research results in controlling plant diseases. They are also involved in large adult training programs.
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