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Soil Borne Diseases of Dry Bean Webinar

This webinar looks at morphological and molecular techniques for identifying soil born fungal and oomycete pathogens in dry bean production systems

Start day/time: February 6, 2014 at 1:00pm Eastern Time (-05:00 GMT)

Register now at http://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/282381377

About the Presenter

Martin Chlivers is a visiting Assistant Professor at Michigan State University.  He studies diseases of field crops, and the biology and genetics of fungal and oomycete organisms that cause disease. He utilizes both classic techniques such as culturing causal agents and the latest technologies, such as next generation sequencing of metagenomes, to improve disease management by understanding the organisms, factors, and host-pathogen interactions that drive disease.

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