Monday, June 25, 2018

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Clay Sneller, wheat breeding and genetics specialist at OSU, talks to attendees of the Small Grains Field Day in Wooster, June 14, about disease resistance. In his “Scab Nursery,” Sneller infects wheat varieties with Fusarium Head Blight (or head scab) in order to test each variety for resistance. Head scab, while common in Ohio wheat fields, has not posed a substantial threat in commercial fields. (Catie Noyes photo)

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