UMass Extension Plant Diagnostic Lab

The University of Massachusetts Amherst recognizes the importance of reliable and prompt diagnosis of plant problems for the turf, floriculture, vegetable, nursery, urban forestry and landscape industries. The UMass Extension Plant Diagnostic Lab provides diagnosis of plant problems for farmers, horticulturists, landscape contractors, turf managers, arborists, nurseries, and others in agriculture and the green industries.

Program Type: 

Impact Area: 

Program Impact Region: 

Program Participation: 

Open to the public. The community can choose to participate.

Program Start (and End Dates): 

June 12, 2010

Partner(s): 

Julie Hestion
Golf Course Superintendents Association of Cape Cod
36 Elisha Maethewson Road
N. Scituate, RI 02857
United States
Jenn Forth-Orman
Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources
251 Causeway Street
Suite 500
Boston, MA 02114
United States
Robert Lucci
New England Flower Growers Association
8 Gould Road
Bedford, MA 01760
United States
Rena Sumner
Mass. Nursery & Landscape Asoociation
PO Box 387
Conway, MA 01344
United States
John Howell
NE Vegetable & Berry Growers Association
109 Lee Road
S. Deerfield, MA 01373
United States
Peter Church
Mass. Department of Conservation & Recreation
251 Causeway Street
Suite 600
Boston, MA 02114
United States
Mass. Association of Lawn Care Professionals
PO Box 222
Stow, MA 01775
United States

Program Director: 

M. Bess Dicklow

Program Director's Email Address: 

Program Contact: 

M. Bess Dicklow

Contact Email: 

UNIT: Colleges, Schools, Departments, Centers, and Institutes: 

College of Natural Sciences/Center for Agriculture/UMass Extension

Student Involvement: 

No

This Project Receives External Funding: 

Yes

Assessment Mechanism: 

Yes
Scholarly Product Type: 
Technical Manual

Scholarly Product Detail: 

Howell, et al. 2013. 2014-2015 New England Vegetable Management Guide,.UMass Extension
Childs, et al. 2010. Pest Identification Guide for Weeds, Pests, and Diseases of Woody Plants. UMass Extension.
Dicklow, et al. 2009. Best Management Practices for Vegetable Production. Mass. Farm Bureau.