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9.00–9.45

Plenary talk 1

Dr Gerry Saddler, Scottish Agricultural Science Agency, UK

‘How to control potato brown rot in endemic and localised infections’

9.45–10.30

Plenary talk 2

Dr Simon Oxley, Scottish Agricultural College, UK

‘The twists and turns of strobilurin fungicides: keeping growers informed’

SESSION 2  - Development – understanding the pathogen

11.00–11.30

Dr Mike Shaw, University of Reading, UK

’Problems of scale and inference: how good can our epidemiology be?’

11.30–11.45

Dr Bruce Fitt, Rothamsted Research, UK

‘Wheat archive links long-term fungal pathogen population dynamics to air pollution’

11.45-12.00

Dr Steve Marcroft, Department of Primary Industries, Australia

‘Survival and dissemination of Leptosphaeria maculans (blackleg, phoma) in south-eastern Australia’

12.00–12.30

Professor Nigel Harrison, University of Florida, Ft Lauderdale, US

‘Diagnostics for Phytoplasmas, Unculturable Phytopathogenic Mollicutes’

12.30–14.00

Lunch

14.00–14.15

Dr Rick Mumford, Central Science Laboratory, York, UK

‘Advances in molecular diagnostics – new solutions for old problems’

14.15-14.30

Dr Peter Spencer-Phillips, University of the West of England, UK

‘Rapid detection of brown rot and ring rot in potato tubers based on sensors for volatile organic compounds’

14.30-15.00

Dr Didier Andrivon, INRA Centre de Rennes, France

'Plant cultivars, plant pathogens and plant pathologists: Managing the interactions'

15.00–15.15

Dr Anders Kvarnheden, Univ. of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden

‘Two distinct variants of Wheat dwarf virus infect barley’

15.15-15.25

Dr Søren Banke, Institute of Technology, Zurich, Switzerland

‘A phylogeographical history of Mycosphaerella graminicola on wheat’

15.25-15.35

Dr Jiasui Zhan, Institute of Technology, Zurich Switzerland

‘Comparing the Evolution of Genetic Variation at RFLP Loci and Quantitative Traits in the Pathogenic Fungus Mycosphaerella graminicola’

15.35–16.00

Tea / Coffee

16.00–17.30

Posters 1

17.30-19.00

Funshops How useful are genomics for pathogen identification?

Communicating plant pathology – getting knowledge into use.

Participatory Diagnosis.

Wednesday 8th September

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