September 2017

New paper about fire, weather and rust in tallgrass prairie

Fire is common in tallgrass prairie, but in this study at Konza Prairie Biological Station rust infection is still reduced by it. Dendy, S. P., B. Tong, H. A. Alexander, P. A. Fay, L. Murray, Y. Xing, and K.  A. Garrett. 2017. A long-term study of burning effects on a plant pathogen in tallgrass prairie. Plant Pathology 66:1308-1317. [link]  

APS meeting 2017 in San Antonio

Congrats to Ricardo Alcala Briseño, Kelsey Andersen, Chris Buddenhagen, Robin Choudhury, and James Fulton for excellent presentations at the 2017 national meeting of the American Phytopathological Society! Congrats to Ravin Poudel for being selected to present in the I. E. Melhus Graduate Student Symposium! In the photo, Ravin’s presentation includes a discussion of this paper: Poudel, …

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