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Department of Plant Pathology

Welcome to the Department of Plant Pathology

We are a department of plant and microbial scientists, teaching and experimenting alongside our students, the next generation of scientists and leaders.

Our internationally recognized programs and faculty, culturally diverse students, state-of-the-art facilities and friendly atmosphere provide an ideal environment for learning. While browsing our pages, please consider whether joining a community like ours might be the right training experience for you to launch or advance your science career.

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Drones help Kansas State University researchers stay on top of wheat improvement 

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Plant pathology students honored at National Association of Plant Breeders conference

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Kansas State University researchers help with landmark study of wild wheat ancestor

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Nearly $1 million grant to help university researchers develop prediction models for determining best new winter wheat varieties

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Seminars

Mark Farman

Dr. Mark Farman, Dept. of Plant Pathology, Healthcare Genomics Center, University of Kentucky

Phylogenomics and Genome-Enabled Molecular Diagnostics for Blast Disease

Thursday, November 16, 2017

3:45 p.m.  4031 Throckmorton PSC

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