Turf Diagnostics Lab Is Open & Accepting Out-of-State Samples

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NC State University recently made the decision to move students out of university housing due to COVID outbreaks. This has caused confusion among our clients believing the university has shut down completely. This is false. We are operating under normal conditions and hours.

The NC State Plant Disease & Insect Clinic (PDIC), which is separate from the NC State Turf Diagnostics Lab (TDL), is not currently receiving out-of-state samples. That policy only applies to samples being submitted to the PDIC. As stated on our website, the TDL is currently accepting samples from everywhere.

Please reach out to us if you have further questions. Thank you!

How to Submit a Turfgrass or Ornamental Grass Sample