Labs with current proficiency tests
In order to help the industry manage X-disease and Little cherry disease WSU is providing support for commercial labs including updated protocols, positive controls, training where possible and proficiency testing. For more information and results from previous proficiency tests see Proficiency testing results history (2022.07.22)
All participating labs generally have a 1-2 week turn around time currently. We will list here when there is a backup to help even out the flow of samples. Please check before you send.
The Oregon State University Plant Clinic
can test for both Little cherry virus 1 and 2, as well as X disease (Western X). For information, please visit their web site at https://bpp.oregonstate.edu/plant-clinic. A list of services and fees are available at the “Submit a sample” pull down menu.
www.agnema.com 1320 E Spokane St, Suite A Pasco, Washington 99301 509-255-3744 firstname.lastname@example.org Choose forms > Little Cherry Disease sample submission form
Agromillora Quality Assurance Lab
9375 NE Warmington RD, McMinnville, OR 97128. Phone: (971) 237-3566. Visit their website for more information about testing services: Quality Control Laboratory – Agromillora.
AL&L Crop Solutions, Inc.
7769 N. Meridian Rd. Vacaville, CA 95688 email@example.com
Eurofins Cascade Analytical
1008 W. Ahtanum Rd. Union Gap, WA 98903. (509) 452-7707 For courier service and additional drop locations visit Fruit Tree Disease Diagnostics Sample Submission Form (pdf) (eurofins.com)
1615 NE Eastgate Blvd Section D Suite 3 Pullman WA 99163 https://nuphyplants.com/
WSU Pullman Plant Diagnostic Clinic
If you are a lab that would like to do X-disease phytoplasma and Little cherry virus testing we are happy to provide the same support for all labs. Download Recomended Protocols 6-17-22 and Proficiency testing (2022.04) directions.
Proficiency testing for 2022 is planned for April and June. Samples are planned to be distributed to interested labs April 4 and June 6, 2022. Samples results should be returned to WSU for analysis and posting April 18 and June 20.