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Tag Archives: Grapevine
Powdery Mildew Genomics Workshop 2017
The 7th Powdery Mildew Genomics Workshop 2017 concluded on Friday 15th September, 2017. The meeting followed on from another powdery mildew summer school, which I was unable to attend, and both were well hosted by the Eszterházy Károly University, Eger, Hungary.
Posted in PhD research, Public Engagement with Science, RHS research Tagged #PowderyM, Citizen Science, Conference, Effectoromics, Effectors, Eger, Erysiphales, Fungi, Fungicide, Fungicide Resistance, Genomes, Genomic Workshop, Genomics, Grapevine, Hungary, Oli Ellingham, Oliver Ellingham, Powdery Mildew, Resistance, Tokaj, Wine, Workshop 3 Comments
Invasive powdery mildews
Powdery mildews (PMs) are common plant pathogens with obvious symptoms seen on leaves, shoots, buds and fruits of plants. Their occurrence and spread is therefore relatively easy to monitor and as such new disease reports (NDRs) are common.
Summer School Success
The first powdery mildew summer school has come and gone. It was a great success with many things learned and many friends made.
Posted in PhD research Tagged Grapevine, Hungary, Powdery Mildew, Summer School, Wine 2 Comments