Lilly Hall of Life Science
915 W. State Street
Lafayette, IN 47907
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Dr. Telenko has extension and research responsibilities in field crops pathology with department of Botany and Plant Pathology at Purdue University. Dr. Telenko’s focus is involved in researching the biology and management of soil-borne and foliar pathogens of agronomic crops.
Prior to Purdue, she was an Extension Vegetable Specialist for the Cornell Vegetable Program at Cornell University in New York. Her responsibilities in that position included fresh market vegetable production, disease and weed management, soil health, and climate change resiliency. Darcy is a native of western New York and received her BS in Biological Sciences at Cornell University, MS in Plant and Soil Science at Southern Illinois University, and Ph.D. in Plant Pathology and Crop Sciences at North Carolina State University. Prior to Cornell, Darcy’s post-doctoral research included studies in weed management of turf grass and agronomic crops at the University of Florida and disease management of agronomic crops at Virginia Tech.
|LNC20-443 || Identifying and Expanding Integrated Disease Management Resources to include Organic Grains in Support of Organic and Transitional North Central Farms|
|ONE15-249 || Evaluation of Novel Bird Repellants in Vegetable Crops|