Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Plant Pathology

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The Plant Pathology (PLPM) Extension program provides services across Texas through subject-matter specialists in areas of plant health management, plant diseases, plant-microbe interactions and environmental sciences.



The Plant Pathology and Microbiology (PLPM) Extension program provides applicable and essential services through subject-matter experts of plant health management, plant diseases, plant-microbe interactions and the environmental sciences. Specialists are located throughout the state of Texas and address various agriculture and natural resource topics within plant health management.
To better serve Texas, the program manages three plant diagnostic clinics, located throughout the state, to help address any plant disease diagnostic needs and health-related issues.

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