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Researchers uncover new understanding of plant response to environmental stress

Professor Bill Johnson stands outdoors speaking.

Johnson honored for weed science research, outreach and teaching

Purdue College of Agriculture.

2022 Botany and Plant Pathology Research Showcase


Botany and Plant Pathology student discusses summer experience in the Philippines

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Purdue Agriculture dean announces new entomology, botany and plant pathology department heads

Global Forest Biodiversity Initiative contributing research team, led by Ferry Slik (far right), collects field data on local species richness in Brunei.

Analysis of global tree population explains baffling trends in species richness

Baylee Riester works in the greenhouse

Plant science major finds fertile environment to put down roots

Maddy Schaider in the greenhouse

Green thumb points the way to true calling

mint plant

Indiana’s in mint condition

Two men speak in corn field.

Learn in the field with Purdue

Purdue College of Agriculture.

One gene closer to a sorghum Superman

Images from the year's top stories

Purdue Agriculture’s 21 most-read stories of 2021

Kicker at football game

Six agriculture students named Academic All-Big Ten

Plant and glove

Multiscale imaging illuminates the big picture of plant protection

Hiking boots on a mossy log

Local nature preserves lead hikers down the path to appreciating nature

Mia Brann working in the lab

Working with students and fungi help plant sciences major grow

Small plants in grow pots

Colombian students form tight-knit community to navigate graduate school

stink bugs

Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs

Jumbam in lab

Student’s applied mycology research benefits farmers and consumers

mosquito on hand

Mosquitos and Disease

bat bug and bed bug

Why Accurate Specimen Diagnosis is the First Step in Managing Pests

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