of Agriculture has confirmed detection of the sudden oak death pathogen here in Kansas in container rhododendrons. Links to the announcement
that came today and other resources are available on our blog here: http://blogs.k-state.edu/turf/special-alert-sudden-oak-death-pathogen-reported-in-kansas/
As many Kansans are facing losses and damage to their homes, businesses and farms due to flooding, we have put together a web page with links to KSRE resources, others from extension partners outside the state, and recent KSRE print and audio news pieces addressing the subject from several angles.
Please make your affected community members aware of this page and, if you know of other resources that we ought to include, please let me know and we’ll add them. As our team continues to cover this, we will update the page. You can find the resources linked from the top of the KSRE News page or go directly to this link:
Thanks, Jason Hackett, Director, News Media Services
Department of Communications and Ag Education, College of Agriculture
Kansas State University Office: 785-532-5806 www.ksre.k-state.edu/news
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