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2014 Canola Pathology Workshop

National Meeting on Fungal Diseases of Canola
University of Melbourne, Parkville
Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Session I:  Incidence/severity of canola diseases (Chair: Laura Maher)

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Ravjit Khangura:
Trent Potter / Steve Marcroft:
Joop van Leur:
Andrew Ware:
Kurt Lindbeck:
National survey of canola diseases other than blackleg & Sclerotinia
White leaf spot in canola

Viral diseases of canola: Surveys and screening for resistance
Blackleg severity across Australia and on Eyre Peninsula
Sclerotinia yield loss quantified and development of a spray decision support model: NSW and WA results, 2013

Session II:  Basic research into canola diseases (Chair: David Pike)

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Harsh Raman:
Reece Tollenaere:
Barbara Howlett:
Angela van de Wouw:

Candace Elliott:
Development of molecular markers for application in Australian canola breeding
Brassica genes involved in Blackleg resistance
How did Leptosphaeria maculans become such a successful pathogen?
Cloning a gene in the blackleg fungus, Leptosphaeria maculans conferring avirulence towards Brassica juncea
Characterising fungal proteins that induce or suppress defence in canola

Session III:  GRDC projects past outcomes and future directions (Chair: Wayne Burton)

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Phil Salisbury:
Moin Salam:
Harsh Raman /
Denise Barbulescu:
John Kirkegaard:
Canola pathology collaboration between Australia, India and China
National pathogen management modelling and delivery of decision support
National Brassica Germplasm Improvement Program: Past and future directions NSW
National Brassica Germplasm Improvement Program: Trait Development Vic
Canola physiology, tactical agronomy and simulation

Session IV:  Staying Ahead of Blackleg (Chair: Andrew Easton)

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Steve Marcroft:
Steve Marcroft /
Angela Van de Wouw:
Kate Light:
Vicki Elliott:
Blackleg branch and pod infection
Resistance groups
Virulence evolution, rotation and resistance stacking
Discussion about new research ideas from perspective of breeders
eXtension and social networking

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