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Graduate education history of “Plant Protection:

1952

“Plant   protection” enrolled its first graduate student.

1981

“Plant   pathology” and “Entomology” were approved for master’s degree authorization

1986

“Entomology”   was approved for Ph.D authorization

1990

“Plant   pathology” was approved for Ph.D authorization

1998

“Plant   protection”, as first-layer discipline, was approved for Ph.D authorization   and established the post-doctoral research station.

2004

“Environmental   Biology” was approved for master’s degree Ph.D authorization.

 

Currently, the department of “Plant protection” has 32 doctoral supervisors (including adjunct supervisor), 68 Master Tutors, and recruits 40 doctoral students, 90 master students for each year.