Plant Pathology & Microbiology

 Dr. Mark Black
 Professor and Extension Plant Pathologist
 E-mail:  m-black@tamu.edu

Control of plant diseases in Southwest Texas with emphasis on variety development to improve plant disease resistance (see Extension Efforts – Plant disease control).

Education

* B.S.A. (Plant Pathology), University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
* M.S. (Plant Pathology), U.A., Fayetteville
* Ph.D. (Plant Pathology), North Carolina State University

 

Selected Organizations and Links

Cotton Root Rot
Cotton Root-Rot Susceptibility

CottonRootRotOrnamentals Aug08 update

Green Thumb Garden Club – Uvalde
Links to landscape plant lists for Southwest Texas

Master Gardener

Nematodes
Peanut Disease and Nematode Control Recommendations
RootKnotNematodeCtl

Planting Trees & More…

Pecan Fungicide List
PecanFungicideHandout25Jan2011<
PecanDisease Management25Jan11

Rainfast Time for Pesticides

http://wayne.ces.ncsu.edu/files/library/96/RAINFAST%202012.pdf

Result Demonstrations

New Agent result demo 30March11

Possibilities for Result Demonstrations in Plant Pathology 30March2011

Texas Peanut Variety Survey Report
Texas Peanut Variety Surveys 1997-2011

GRAPES

Clean Plants Project

Texas Pierce’s Disease
2009 Texas PD Research Symposium, Driftwood, TX

Turf
TURF.TAP Black summary 13Apr10

Contact Dr. Black at:
m-black@tamu.edu
830-278-9151 ext 250
830-278-4008 fax

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