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Dr. Terry Wheeler, Texas A&M AgriLife Research professor, soilborne diseases of cotton and peanut, Lubbock, Texas.

Wheeler discusses most important cotton disease

Dr. Terry Wheeler discusses nematodes and other diseases, along with the biggest change in her 25-year career on the Texas Plains.

What do you think is the single most important cotton disease on the Texas Plains? Hear what Dr. Terry Wheeler, Texas A&M AgriLife Research professor, soilborne diseases of cotton, peanut, had to say.

Southwest Farm Press Editor Shelley Huguley caught up with Wheeler at the 67th Annual West Texas Agricultural Chemicals Institute Conference, Lubbock, Texas. 

Wheeler also discussed Verticillium wilt and bacterial blight and what the biggest changes have been in her 25-year career on the Texas Plains. Watch these videos to learn more!

 

Dr. Terry Wheeler gives an update on Verticillium wilt and bacterial blight.  

Dr.Wheeler discusses the biggest changes she's seen in her 25-year career on the Texas Plains. 

See, TDA updates applicators on changes in certification training, rules

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