Personal Information

Name:Travis Faske
Address:University of Arkansas
Plant Pathology
PO Box 347, 2001 Hwy 70E
Lonoke, AR72086
Phone:501-676-3124
Email:tfaske at uark.edu

Biography


Projects as Lead Investigator

Projects

Project Title
Assessment of the importance of target spot on soybean in Arkansas
Comprehensive disease screening of soybean varieties in Arkansas
Development of an effective program to manage fungicideresistant disease of soybean in Arkansas
Integrated management of soybean nematodes in Arkansas
Development of an effective program to manage Strobilurin-resistant frogeye leaf spot in Arkansas

Projects - Individual Years

YearProject Title (each year)
2019Assessment of the importance of target spot on soybean in Arkansas
2019Comprehensive disease screening of soybean varieties in Arkansas
2019Development of an effective program to manage fungicideresistant disease of soybean in Arkansas
2019Integrated management of soybean nematodes in Arkansas
2015Development of an effective program to manage strobilurin-resistant frogeye leaf spot in Arkansas
2014Development of an effective program to manage Strobilurin-resistant frogeye leaf spot in Arkansas

Projects as Co-Investigator

Projects

Project Title
Development of an on-line course - nematology and sampling
Enhanced Pest Control Systems for Mid-south Soybean Production
Enhanced Pest Control Systems for Mid-South Soybean Production (1620-732-7237)
Foliar disease management in full and double crop production systems in Arkansas
Understanding Neocosmospora, Thielaviopsis, and Fusarium virguliforme in early season production systems
Integrated management of soybean nematodes in Arkansas

Projects - Individual Years

YearProject Title (each year)
2019Development of an on-line course - nematology and sampling
2017Enhanced Pest Control Systems for Mid-south Soybean Production
2016Enhanced Pest Control Systems for Mid-South Soybean Production (1620-732-7237)
2013Foliar disease management in full and double crop production systems in Arkansas
2013Understanding Neocosmospora, Thielaviopsis, and Fusarium virguliforme in early season production systems
2013Integrated management of soybean nematodes in Arkansas