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Plant Disease Clinic Sample Payment - Gloucester County
Your payment receipt from this purchase must accompany both physical and virtual sample submissions.
This system is intended for credit card payments only. If you prefer to pay with another method, please reach out to your local extension office for payment instructions.
Refunds are not available with this program. Samples deemed "insufficient for diagnosis" can be resubmitted at no additional charge.
Please review the information on this flyer before submitting your payment.
Your local VCE agent can help you submit a plant sample for diagnosis. You can find contact information for your local VCE Agent here. Information about submitting a good diagnostic sample can be found here. Remember that all plant submissions must include a Plant Disease Diagnostic Form.
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