The Plant Clinic continues to be working at reduced capacity.  Molecular identification of pathogens will proceed as normal, but disease diagnosis and morphological identification of pathogens are anticipated to take longer to process. Please contact the Plant Clinic if you have any questions. Please email us via our webform| Phone: (541) 737-3472.

We really appreciate the patience of our clients as we do our best to work under challenging circumstances.

We have moved!

Please note our new address below.

The extremely destructive and invasive EMERALD ASH BORER is now in Oregon.

Early detection is essential! Scroll down for more info.

Our new address as of June 1:

Oregon State University, Botany and Plant Pathology

Attn: Plant Clinic

2701 SW Campus Way

Corvallis, OR 97331

 

Samples can be taken to our new location on the 2nd floor of Cordley, room 2614. Our phone number remains the same (541-737-3472).

Samples can only be accepted from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on weekdays.


Emerald Ash Borer

This brilliant green beetle will kill native and cultivated ash trees. Please be on the alert for dying ash trees, and if found, look for evidence of the beetle

(borer holes, adults, galleries under the bark).

For more information, please visit https://www.oregon.gov/odf/Documents/forestbenefits/fact-sheet-emerald-ash-borer.pdf

Photo: Eric R. Day, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Bugwood.org

 


About the Clinic

The Oregon State University Plant Clinic is a diagnostic facility that offers fee-based plant disease problem solving and specialized identification services. We also house the OSU Insect ID Clinic, which provides a free insect identification service. Home gardeners are encouraged to first consult with their local OSU County Extension office for free consultations on disease problems.

PNW Plant Disease Management Handbook

The PNW Plant Disease Management Handbook is intended as a ready reference guide to the control and management tactics for the more important plant diseases in the Pacific Northwest.

View the Handbook