Powdery Mildew

WSU Plant Pathologist’s On-line Powdery Mildew Database Selected as Standard Reference for Professionals

SEATTLE, Wash. — For the past decade, Washington State University plant pathologist Dean Glawe has been painstakingly compiling information on the world’s Erysiphales fungi. Farmers and gardeners the world over know Erysiphales as the cause of powdery mildew, among of the world’s most damaging plant diseases. Powdery mildews attack apples, cherries, grapes, hops, wheat, onions, […]

WSU Plant Pathologist Honored by Peers, Recognized for Extension Excellence

Gary Grove, Washington State University professor of plant pathology, will receive the American Phytopathological Society Excellence in Extension Award. Grove will be recognized at a special ceremony during the annual meeting of the APS in Nashville, Tenn. in August.