New PIDC Sample Submission Forms are Here!

The Plant & Insect Diagnostic Clinic is happy to announce we now have updated versions of all our sample submission forms that are now fillable PDF's!

 

The forms are available at the Iowa State University Extension & Outreach Store or from the PIDC website at clinic.ipm.iastate.edu








Sample type Link*
Plant Problems and Damage bit.ly/PIDC_0031
Plant Nematodes bit.ly/PIDC_0032
Insect Identification Form bit.ly/PIDC_0033
Mushroom Identification Form bit.ly/PIDC_0042
Plant Identification Form bit.ly/PIDC_0043

 

*Note there is an underscore (_) between PIDC and the number.

 

To submit a sample to the PIDC follow the instructions on the second page of the form.  For example on the Plant Problems and Damage form, the second page has sections on "submitting a sample and "hints for specific plant material."

 

When downloading the PDF file to your computer, note that the forms are now fillable so that you can type in the boxes provided and select from the lists on the form. Once you have completed the fields print as usual and include your form with your sample. 

 

We hope these changes help make the process of submitting a sample easier.  Try out our new forms and let us know what you think! We love to hear from you!

Authors: 

Lina Rodriguez Salamanca Extension Plant Pathologist and Diagnostician

Dr. Lina Rodriguez-Salamanca is a diagnostician and extension plant pathologist with the Iowa State University Plant and Insect Diagnostic Clinic  (clinic.ipm.iastate.edu), a member of the National Plant Diagnostic Network (NPDN, ...

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