Texas Plant Disease Diagnostic Laboratory - College Station

Type
Lab
Researcher examining a plant under a microscope

Overview

The Texas Plant Disease Diagnostic Laboratory provides accurate and timely plant disease diagnostic support for the agriculture industry.

Contact

Kevin Ong
Professor & Associate Department Head
Address: 1500 Research Parkway Ste A130
College Station, TX 77845.

The Texas Plant Disease Diagnostic Laboratory in College Station is a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service  laboratory managed by the Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology at Texas A&M University.
With a mission to protect and secure plant resources and promote economic competitiveness, the lab provides accurate and timely plant disease diagnostic support to Texas A&M AgriLife Research and AgriLife Extension personnel, the Texas Department of Agriculture, the agriculture industry, the green industry and the people of Texas.

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