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Plant Pathology

Plant Pathology

Plant Pathology Seminars Fall 2019!

Tuesdays, Room 2318, Fifield Hall, 4:00 p.m.

Off campus join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: Zoom link:

September 3 Postponed due to campus closure - -
September 10 Juliana Baggio Plant Pathology Department GCREC - University of Florida Understanding and managing strawberry pathogens: from nursery to production fields Karen Garrett
September 17 Ian Small Assistant Professor, Plant Pathology Department, NFREC - University of Florida Lights, camera, action! Linking plant disease phenotyping and smart crop protection Karen Garrett
September 24 Ilaria Capua Director, One Health Center of Excellence, University of Florida One Health (R)evolution Karen Garrett
October 1 Cheryl Palm Research Professor, Institute for Sustainable Food Systems, University of Florida Sustainability indicators for agriculture Karen Garrett
October 8 John McVay Section Administrator, Plant Pathology, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Plant Industry

Plant Pathology at FDACS-DPI: who we are, what we do, and what’s new

Carrie Harmon
October 15 Yousong Ding Assistant Professor, Medicinal Chemistry Department, University of Florida Discovery and production of bioactive microbial natural products and their analogs Karen Garrett
October 22 Ricky Telg Professor, Department of Agricultural Education and Communication University of Florida Making effective scientific videos Karen Garrett
October 29 Kelsey Andersen PhD Candidate, Plant Pathology Department University of Florida Managing cassava mosaic disease in SE Asia Karen Garrett
November 5 Jean Ristaino William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor of Plant Pathology, and Director, Emerging Plant Disease and Global Food Security Cluster, North Caroline State University Tracking the threat of late blight in global agriculture Karen Garrett
November 12 Rebecca Nelson Professor, Plant Pathology Department, Cornell University, and Scientific Director for The McKnight Foundation's Collaborative Crop Research Program Managing mycotoxins in African maize Karen Garrett
November 19 Lorenzo Rossi Horticultural Science Root Biologist Horticulture Department IRREC - University of Florida Synergistic effects of Phytophthora and salt stress on young citrus seedling root anatomy and physiology Karen Garrett
November 26 Kamaldeep BansalPhD Candidate, Plant Pathology Department University of Florida Comparative genomics and transcriptomics of the pollen-mimicking floral infection of blueberry by Monilinia vaccinii-corymbosi Jeff Rollins
December 3 Patricia Manosalva Assistant Professor, Microbiology and Plant Pathology, University of California-Riverside Reducing losses to Phytophthora root rot by improving resistance selection and disease management Karen Garrett