Fall 2021 Seminars
|9/14/2021||Zac Freedman, Assistant Professor, Department of Soil Science, UW-Madison||Bringing marginal lands to the center of bioenergy crop production by harnessing the power of the microbiome|
|9/21/2021||Scott Harper, Assistant Professor, Director of the Clean Plant Center Northwest, Washington State University||Two viruses and a phytoplasma - the parallel outbreak of Little cherry and X-disease in the Pacific Northwest|
|9/28/2021||Adriana Romero-Olivares, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, New Mexico State University||Fungal responses to climate change: how tiny fungal genes affect large ecosystems|
|10/5/2021||Alejandra Huerta, Assistant Professor, Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology, NCSU||Rhs toxin diversity and function in strain os the Ralstonia solanacearum species complex|
|10/12/2021||Edel Perez Lopez, Assistant Professor of Phytopathology, Département de Phytologie, Université Laval||Redefining clubroot pathotyping in response to canola growers needs|
|10/19/2021||Afona Irabor, Graduate Student, Gevens Lab||Enhancing soil health in potato production systems|
|10/26/2021||Cara Haney, Assistant Professor, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, University of British Columbia||Unearthing mechanisms in plant-microbiome interactions|
|11/2/2021||Adam Biggott, Graduate Student, Lankau and Allen Labs||Investigating Bacterial Communities Associated with Transgenic Disease Resistance in Tomato|
|11/16/2021||Yulin Du, Graduate Student, Bent Lab|
|11/23/2021||Mohammad Arif, Assistant Professor, Department of Plant & Environmental Protection Sciences, University of Hawaii Note: 11/23 is the day before Thanksgiving break|
|11/30/2021||Alison Robertson, Professor, Plant Pathology and Microbiology, Iowa State University||Seedling disease risk associated with planting corn into a green winter cereal rye cover crop"|
|12/7/2021||Mark Gleason, Professor, Plant Pathology and Microbiology, Iowa State University||Do mesotunnels make sense for organic cucurbit production?|
Questions? Contact the seminar chair, Prof. Erin Silva.
Information on prior seminars can be found here.