The Noel Lab

The goal of the lab is to improve the livelihood of growers/farmers in Alabama, the US, and the world by addressing biotic and abiotic diseases of crops through research, education, and service. 

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Seed and Seedling Microbiomes

Can we design microbial communities for disease protection? 

Agricultural Management & Inputs

How are microbial communities altered by management or disturbance?

Microbial Interactions & Biocontrol

What are the interactions among fungi/oomycetes and bacteria?

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The lab studies and teaches about the fungi, bacteria, and oomycetes associated with a crop plant to understand how complex dynamics in various plant organs/environments contribute to disease development and abiotic stress tolerance. We will focus on how agricultural management shapes fungal and oomycete diversity and interactions within the plant microbiome.

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Contact

209 Life Science Building
Auburn Univ. Al 36839
+1 (334) 844-1956

Hours

Monday – Friday
7:45 Am to 4:45 pm
Except Univ. Holidays

News & Lab Research

Wheeler Foshee receives NACTA Educator Award

Wheeler Foshee receives NACTA Educator Award

Wheeler Foshee, associate professor in the Department of Horticulture at Auburn University, was recently recognized by the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture (NACTA) with the annual Educator Award. This national award recognizes those individuals...