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Office: University of Arkansas SystemDivision of AgricultureCralley Warren BuildingRoom 162601 N. Young Ave. Fayetteville, AR 72704
If you have questions about the damage to or symptoms of your plants, our plant health
clinic can help.
Search our new plant disease image databaseand read our Disease Notes posts with weekly tips.
Submit plant samples online
Learn how to submit a plant sample
You can also submit a plant sample online through our DDDi system.
Arkansas Plant Health Clinic, located in Fayetteville, Ark., is supported by the Cooperative
Extension Service, (CES), as part of the Division of Agriculture. The clinic serves
Arkansas growers, homeowners and nurserymen who have plant disease problems or other
plant health issues.
Samples are submitted through county offices, and by walk-in at the Clinic in Fayetteville.
All samples are entered into the Plant Health Clinic's Distance Diagnostics through
Digital Imaging database. dddi.uada.edu .DDDI samples are archived for documentation of individual activity, for later retrieval
and for educational use.
Currently, Sherrie Smith, (pictured at the Little Rock Flower and Garden show) serves as Plant Pathologist/Instructor
and diagnostician. Smith began her career at the Plant Health Clinic in January 2006
after completing her M.S. degree in plant pathology at the University of Arkansas.
The clinic is under the direction of Interim Department Head of Plant Pathology and
Entomology Ken Korth. The clinic also has a portable lab that Sherrie Smith takes
to field days, flower and garden shows, and Master Gardener events.
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The Plant Health Clinic's A to Z index of plant diseases found in the Plant Health
Clinic's newsletters since 2006.
Our plant disease image library contains 1000's of images to help you determine what
is ailing your plants...