Erin Hill, Ph.D.
Plant & Pest Diagnostics Role:
Dr. Erin Hill is part of the multi-disciplinary team in MSU Plant & Pest Diagnostics. Her responsibilities include the diagnosis of abiotic plant stress with an emphasis on herbicide-related injury, herbicide resistance screening, weed control recommendations, and collaborating on plant and seed identification. She also enjoys outreach activities related to weed identification, management, and resistance.
Additionally, Dr. Hill serves as the instructor for two weed science courses within PSM, Introduction to Weed Management (CSS126) and the Weed Science Laboratory (CSS226L). As part of the lab she organizes the weed identification garden located at the Hancock Turfgrass Research Center.
Erin Hill's publications on Google Scholar.
Websites of Interest:
- Joined Department: 2006-2015 Research Technician; October 2015-Present Specialist
Suspect herbicide resistance? Submit weed seeds for screening
Published on September 14, 2023
Weeds Have a Field Day
Published on July 18, 2023
Pain in the grass: Bermudagrass
Published on June 8, 2023
Pain in the grass: Tall fescue
Published on May 23, 2023
Tips to toss the moss from your lawn
Published on May 10, 2023
Poison hemlock identification and control
Published on April 20, 2023
Avoid herbicide misuse at home, things to know before you buy
Published on April 11, 2023
Cover Crop Termination
Published on March 31, 2023
Michigan State University a ‘pioneer’ in plant pest and disease response
Published on March 21, 2023