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  • Staff update – Dr. Bagewadi

    Dr. Basavaraj (Basu) Bagewadi, Post-doctoral Research Associate with Dr. Naidu Rayapati, Department of Plant Pathology, Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center, Prosser, joined as Assistant professor in Genetics and Plant Breeding, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad, Karnataka State, India, on May 22, 2017. During his stay at WSU (January 2014 – May 2017), Dr. Bagewadi […]

  • Reflections from the Tilth Conference

    Functionality of microbiome in the soil system By Likun Wang.  Read the full post here. As a PhD student in the Department of Plant Pathology, I recently attended the Tilth Conference in Wenatchee, which provided me the opportunity to hear great presentations and spark my thinking on the topic of microbiomes. I am currently working […]

  • Untold Stories: Forty Years of Field Research on Root Diseases of Wheat

    APS announces new book by Dr.  R. James Cook “Untold Stories: Forty Years of Field Research on Root Diseases of Wheat” Compelling stories full of practical knowledge Support decision-making on the farm and in the lab Learn about a unique approach to research R. James Cook is well known and highly respected worldwide by colleagues […]

  • APS student travel awards

    Shannon Carmody (MS with Dr. Lindsey du Toit) is the recipient of the Lisa Shepherd Student Travel Award to attend the 2017 APS annual meeting. Lisa Shepherd was a seed pathologist at Iowa State University who passed away unexpectedly at age 42 from cancer. She managed the National Seed Health System for the USA. Shannon […]

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