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Plant Pathology Program

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PSbMV seed symptoms
Symptoms of Pea Seed-borne Mosaic Virus
Wheat Stem Maggot damage
White heads caused by Wheat Stem Maggot
Downy Mildew
Downy Mildew symptoms on soybean
Rhizoctonia root rot
Rhizoctonia root rot on dry bean
Fusarium wilt of pea -  greenhouse experiments
Fusarium wilt of pea - greenhouse experiments
Chickpea Ascochyta Variety Trial
Chickpea Ascochyta Variety Trial
Fusarium Head Blight - Durum
Fusarium Head Blight - Durum
Founded in 2015, the Plant Pathology program at the WREC conducts both basic and applied research to address disease issues of the diverse crops of NW North Dakota. Crops of focus include durum, lentil, field pea, chickpea and sugar beets. The program seeks to evaluate the efficacy of fungicides, crop rotation and other management techniques on reducing disease and pathogen populations as well as methodologies to increase soil health.

Contact Information:

Audrey Kalil, Ph.D., Plant Pathologist

Williston Research Extension Center / 14120 Highway 2 / Williston, ND 58801

Phone: (701) 774-4315 / Email: audrey.kalil@ndsu.edu

 

 

 

   

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