Assistant Professor - Plant Pathology; Ecology of plant-associated soil microbes.
Ph.D.Plant Biology Lab 35
Phone: (517) 355-4754
Click here to see a list of Noah Rosenzweig's publications on Google Scholar.
Ph.D. Plant Pathology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
General areas of expertise:
Diseases of potatoes, impact of microbial communities upon potato and sugarbeet health.
Overview of current program:
S Mambetova, L Steere, N Rosenzweig, S Dangi, R Schafer, W Kirk. 2016. Integration of resistant cultivars and seed treatment to manage late blight of potato. PHYTOPATHOLOGY 106 (12), 191-191
N Rosenzweig, L Steere, B Gerondale, WW Kirk. 2016. A Geostatistical Approach to Visualize the Diversity of Soil Inhabiting Bacteria and Edaphic Qualities in Potato (Solanum tuberosum) Production Systems. American Journal of Potato Research 93 (5), 518-532
S Dangi, N Rosenzweig, L Steere, WW Kirk. 2016. First Report of Late Blight Caused by Phytophthora infestans Clonal Lineage US-23 Variant on Potato in Michigan, USA Plant Disease.
N Rosenzweig, L Steere, WW Kirk, S Mambetova, C Long, R Schafer et al. 2016 First report of Dickeya dianthicola and Pectobacterium wasabiae causing aerial stem rot of potato in Michigan, USA, New Disease Reports 33, 10-10
L Steere, N Rosenzweig, WW Kirk. 2016. Using conditional probability to predict Potato Early Die using Verticillium dahliae colony forming units in Michigan commercial potato fields, PHYTOPATHOLOGY 106 (1), S9-S9
L Steere, N Rosenzweig, W Kirk. 2016. Using conditional probability and a nonlinear kriging technique to predict potato early die caused by Verticllium dahliae. Geographical information systems theory, applications and management, 142-151
D Miles, KL Fairchild, A Merlington, WW Kirk, N Rosenzweig et al. 2016. First report of boscalid and penthiopyrad-resistant isolates of Alternaria solani causing early blight of potato in Michigan. Plant Disease 100 (1), 10-24
Q Jiang, L Hanson, W Kirk, N Rosenzweig, P Somohano. 2015 An examination of fungicide sensitivity of Cercospora beticola in Michigan and Ontario sugarbeet (Beta vulgaris)(2014). Annual Beet Sugar Development Foundation Research Report
PLP893, Selected Topics
PLP405, Plant Pathology
Extension and outreach activities: