May 6, 2015Free zebra chip webinar scheduled for May 7
On May 7, Texas A&M AgriLife Research educator Charlie Rush will present an overview of zebra chip research in the U.S. during a free webinar.
Charlie Rush is a Regents Fellow and Fellow of the American Phytopathological Society, stationed at the Texas A&M AgriLIfe Research and Extension Center in Amarillo, Texas. His research program focuses on the ecology and epidemiology of emerging and long-term plant disease problems of regional and national significance, and his laboratory also provides plant disease diagnostic services, under the Great Plains Diagnostic Network.
For more information, or to register for the event, visit the APS Webinars page.