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  • South Dakota State University field crops pathologist Febina Mathew, center, trains students to recognize the symptoms of Phomopsis stem canker in sunflowers. She is developing a disease forecasting model to help farmers decrease losses from the fungal disease through a U.S. Department of Agriculture grant.
    South Dakota State University field crops pathologist Febina Mathew, center, trains students to recognize the symptoms of Phomopsis stem canker in sunflowers. She is developing a disease forecasting model to help farmers decrease losses from the fungal disease through a U.S. Department of Agriculture grant.
  • South Dakota State University doctoral student Krishna Ghimire, right, and a group of undergraduate students scout a sunflower field for symptoms of Phomopsis stem canker. Ghimire is part of a team led by field crops pathologist Febina Mathew developing a Phomopsis stem canker disease forecasting model through a three-year, $300,000 U.S. Department of Agriculture grant.
    South Dakota State University doctoral student Krishna Ghimire, right, and a group of undergraduate students scout a sunflower field for symptoms of Phomopsis stem canker. Ghimire is part of a team led by field crops pathologist Febina Mathew developing a Phomopsis stem canker disease forecasting model through a three-year, $300,000 U.S. Department of Agriculture grant.
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