|Posted on June 20, 2018 at 12:35 PM|
WSU researchers are working on a new, nature-based way to fight back against a parasitic worm called the root-knot nematode, which causes significant losses to crops such grapes, onions, garlic and our $734 million potato industry. Read more.
Plant pathologist Cynthia Gleason working with experimental plants in her WSU greenhouse, seeks genetic defenses against damaging parasites. Photo by Seth Truscott, WSU Photo.