About Our Projects

The Plant Pathology Research Lab conducts research with relevance to immediate needs by providing leadership in addressing emerging and long-term plant disease. The Texas Panhandle is home to a variety of crops, including wheat, potatoes, sugar beets, cotton, grain sorghum, silage, soybeans, corn and hay. This variety of regional and nationally important crops makes the Plant Pathology Research Lab at Bushland best situated to focus on the ecology and epidemiology of economically important plant pathogens and their vectors.

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Thank you,
Donnie Parrack
Path Lab Web Design & Maintenance
drparrack@ag.tamu.edu

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