The OSU Plant Clinic
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Provides disease diagnosis and recommendations for disease prevention and control, to OSU extension field faculty, growers, home gardeners, and agricultural industries in Oregon and Alaska. In 2003 the Plant Clinic became part of the newly established National Plant Diagnostic Network (NPDN), and shortly thereafter it was designated an expert laboratory for the Western Region of the NPDN. As such the Plant Clinic serves as a resource lab and conducts specialized tests for Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Alaska. Fees for services are listed on the website. The Plant Clinic also provides identifications of insects and other arthropods to all people at no charge.
1089 Cordley Hall