Texas High Plains Plant Disease Diagnostic Laboratory

Type
Lab
Researcher holing a petri dish of plant matter

Overview

The Texas High Plains Plant Disease Diagnostic Laboratory provides statewide disease diagnostic and testing services for small grain crops, field and row crops, and hemp.

Contact

Ken Obasa
Assistant Professor & Extension Specialist
Address: Texas A&M AgriLife Research & Extension Center
6500 Amarillo Blvd. West
Amarillo, TX 79106

The Texas High Plains Plant Disease Diagnostic Laboratory is the Texas A&M AgriLife designated laboratory for providing plant disease diagnostic and mycotoxin testing services for small grain crops, field and row crops, and hemp. The laboratory serves farmers, crop consultants and industry representatives across the state.

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