Dr. Charles M. Rush directs the research program in plant pathology at Texas A&M AgriLife Research in Amarillo. Dr. Rush’s faculty position in plant pathology in Amarillo was established for research on ecology, epidemiology, and management of economically important plant diseases, with emphasis on wheat, sorghum, and sugar beet. Dr. Rush has focused on diseases caused by plant viruses and soilborne fungal pathogens.
Water Resources Program Areas:
- Agricultural and Landscape Irrigation
- Examines relationships between irrigation water management and virus and soil-borne pathogens, including water management strategies to control biotic stressors;
- Use of irrigation timing to manage root rot in grain sorghum.
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