Field Crop Pathology
Helping Missouri's farmers protect their crops
The MU Field Crop Plant Pathology program provides research-based information for disease problems associated with field crop production in Missouri. Research efforts focus on applied management of current and emerging diseases of soybean, corn and wheat. Results from these studies are used to develop statewide educational and outreach programming to serve Missouri farmers, agricultural professionals and stakeholders.
Provides timely, high-quality plant and nematode screening services to people in the seed and biotech industries, researchers, crop advisors and farmers.
Field Crop Pathology research
The Bish Lab focuses on sustainable management of crop diseases.
Integrated Pest Management
Taking an environmentally sensitive approach to pest management.
Plant Science & Technology
The sole academic program in Missouri to address issues related to plant production, plant protection and plant biology from the laboratory to the field.