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Taylor M Campbell


Taylor Campbell is a Master’s student with Dr. Johnson investigating alternative weed host interactions with Goss’s wilt.  The main goal of Taylor’s research is to understand the influence alternative hosts have on the spread and overwintering of Goss’s wilt.  Current projects include a survey examining Indiana fields previously infected with Goss’s wilt, observing different establishment and termination timing of annual ryegrass as a cover crop and the influence it has on disease incidence of Goss’s wilt, and to compare annual ryegrass, giant foxtail, and johnsongrass to a susceptible and moderately resistant corn variety to determine the susceptibility of these alternative hosts.  Expected graduation: December 2016

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