Earlier this week, Rachel Capouya, Research Assistant and Interim Director of OSU's Plant and Pest and Diagnostic Clinic (PPDC) presented a program on rhizosphaera needle cast, the clinic, and how to properly submit samples to the clinic for diagnostics.
The session was recorded and can be viewed by clicking on the link: https://osu.zoom.us/rec/share/m6JD6EJurKIzDhAaA_8XkF7IR4VaV6aVsA8VYOFBSzljtgvdrdnjLgD1M9zLqg2T.xDa-0quGmqMKxF6p
Just as the live participants were asked to complete a short survey about this presentation, we are asking all viewers to do the same. The presentation was part of a larger grant and the information gathered from the survey will be used in reporting number of contacts and impacts.
For additional information on rhizosphaera needle cast, check out a post on OSU's Ornamental Disease Facts at: https://u.osu.edu/ornamentaldiseasefacts/nursery/rhizosphaera-needle-cast/what-is-it-what-to-do-about-it/
Additionally, you can check out past BYGL Alert: