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The Extension Plant Pathology program at Montana State University focuses on diseases of economic importance in Montana as well as issues faced in the home landscape.

They provide plant pest identification through the Schutter Diagnostic Lab and seed testing services for pulse crops through the Regional Pulse Crop Diagnostic Laboratory.

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The Extension Potato, Sugarbeet, and Pulse Pathology, on the campus of Montana State University in Bozeman is dedicated to providing information, education, and research to Montanans regarding complex plant disease issues.

They focus on diseases affecting seed potatoes, sugarbeets, peas, lentils, and chickpeas.

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The Montana State University Extension Pesticide Education Program (PEP) is an educational program promoting the proper use of pesticides to protect public health and the environment. This includes coordinating the Montana Private Applicator Training Program, as well as providing educational resources regarding pesticide use, pest management, reading the label, pesticide law, health, safety, and the environment. 

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