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N.C. State scientists work to stop the spread of boxwood blight | CALS News Center | News from the College of Agriculture and Life Sc..., NCSU

N.C. State scientists work to stop the spread of boxwood blight | CALS News Center | News from the College of Agriculture and Life Sc..., NCSU | Research from the NC Agricultural Research Service | Scoop.it

"Since colonial days, the boxwood has been an important part of American gardens and landscapes. Research from N.C. State University is designed to help keep it that way, in spite of the threat to the plant posed by a disease new to the United States.

 

"N.C. State researchers and extension specialists have led the way in the United States when it comes to finding methods of protect the popular landscape plant from boxwood blight. They were among the first – if not the first – university researchers to alert the public and the landscape and nursery industry to the blight’s presence when it was first found and confirmed in the United States in October 2011. And now they are leading the way in a study to determine which commercially available boxwood species are most susceptible and which ones can withstand the fungus, Cylindroclaidium buxicola, that causes the disease. ..."

 

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NCSU CALS Plant Biology Seminar Aug 28, 2012

NCSU CALS Plant Biology Seminar Aug 28, 2012 | Research from the NC Agricultural Research Service | Scoop.it

Dr. Yongjian Qiu, Department of Biology, Duke University, will speak on Aug. 28 at 4pm.

 

Topic: The function of calreticulin in plant immunity: New discoveries for an old protein


Host: Dr. Deyu Xie

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NCSU PDIC

NCSU PDIC | Research from the NC Agricultural Research Service | Scoop.it

Check out the blog of the NCSU Plant Disease & Insect Clinic! They help farmers & gardeners by identifying problems insects & diseases. Great photos and useful information from the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences at NC State University.

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