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Microscopic partners could help plants survive stressful environments

Dr. Maren Friesen’s research on utilizing microbes to combat plant stressors. Tiny, symbiotic fungi play an outsized role in helping plants survive stresses like drought…

WSU mycologists, Dr. Jack Rogers and Dr. Lori Carris featured in the wonderful documentary “Fantastic Fungi”

Fantastic Fungi, directed by Louie Schwartzberg, is a consciousness-shifting film that takes us on an immersive journey through time and scale into the magical earth…

Congratulations to Billie Espejo Juan, MS

CONGRATULATIONS TO Billie Espejo Juan a MS in Ag student, for passing her defense exam on Friday, Nov. 15th. Billie’s committee was chaired by Dr.…

2019 Pacesetter Award

It’s a great pleasure to announce that Dr. Kiwamu Tanaka will receive the 2019 Pacesetter Award from the WSU Office of Research. Candidates for this…

Plant Pathology Welcomes New Chair

Professor and Extension Plant Pathologist Tim Murray has been named chair of Washington State University’s plant pathology department. Renowned for his research in wheat disease…

Plant Pathology makes WSU News Top 10 research news

Research stories on Lindsey du Toit’s spinach work and the Honeybee Team (including our own Jennifer Han!) made the WSU News top research coverage of…

Murray research on soil acidity

From The Daily Evergreen Article by HANNAH WELZBACKER, Evergreen reporter The WSU Extension and The Farmers Network will host a soil acidity workshop on Thursday,…

Jewell recognized in the Plantae

Jeremy Jewell (Postdoc in our department) was recognized as Plant Physiology First Authors on the ASPB digital platform Plantae, in which his brief profile was featured…

Tanaka’s Research Featured in WSU Insider

Plant Immune response blueprint found; disease resistance targeted WSU Insider, January 10, 2019 By Scott Weybright, College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences Washington…

du Toit on the Radio

Dr. Lindsey du Toit was interviewed by David Johnson at KSVR 91.7 FM about spinach seed production in the Skagit Valley and her work as…
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