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Assessment of pathogen impacts on novel forestry species and provenances in the UK to aid understanding of future commercial potential

Forests in the UK are in a vulnerable position as epidemics of invasive pathogens such as Phytophthora ramorum on larches and Dothistroma septosporum on pines have narrowed the range of commercially viable timber species. Read more

Understanding the molecular mechanisms of plant disease resistance

Plant pathogens pose major challenges both to crop production and to the resilience of natural ecosystems. How we protect plants from their most damaging pathogens is therefore vital to a future of sustainable agriculture and forestry. Read more

Can Soft Fruit Species Engage With Beneficial Microorganisms And Restrict Oomycete Pathogens

Background. The world needs a sustainable and secure supply of fresh and affordable food. Increased demand for berries is being driven by their popularity and consumer belief in their healthful properties. Read more

The Soil Microbiome in Legume Rotations

Grain legumes (pulses) are an important arable break crop in the UK, fixing nitrogen through Rhizobia to benefit following crops, and providing a vital source of protein in food and feed. Read more

Fungal Ice nucleation: Moulding our environment?

  Research Group: CENTA - Central England NERC Training Alliance
Project Highlights. ·       Work with Royal Botanic Gardens Kew and the University of Warwick to establish why various fungi cause ice to form in the environment. Read more

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