18 Forum Presentations

2018 NATIONAL FUSARIUM HEAD BLIGHT FORUM PRESENTATIONS

NOTE:  The speakers whose presentations are posted request that these presentations be used as a source of information only and are not to be used as presentations per se. Please contact the presenters directly if you have specific questions about the presentations or their use.

KEYNOTE

Mycotoxin Control and Monitoring Program:  All Hands on Deck - Anthony Adeuya, Food & Drug Administration, College Park, MD, USA

GENERAL SESSION 1 (12/2/18)

CHAIRPERSONS:  Erick De Wolf, Kansas State Univeristy and Tom Baldwin, USDA-ARS, Aberdeen, ID

A Quantitative Proteomics View on the Function of Qfhb1 - Yang Yen, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD, USA

GENERAL SESSION 2 (12/3/18)

CO-CHAIRPERSONS:  John McLaughlin, Rutgers University and Jochum Wiersma, University of Minnesota-Crookston

FHB Now Westward Bound, and New Struggles to Keep DON Down - Juliet Marshall, University of Idaho, Idaho Falls, ID, USA

GENERAL SESSION 3 (12/4/18)

CO-CHAIRPERSONS:  Christina Cowger, USDA-ARS, Raleigh, NC and Dave Van Sanford, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

Regional Perspective on the Management of FHB in the Mid. Atlantic - Alyssa Collins and Paul Esker, Pennsylvania State University, Manheim and University Park (respectively), PA, USA

Breeding for FHB Resistance in North Dakota:  More Questions than Answers - Andrew Green, North Dakota State University, Farfo, ND, USA

Cropping Factors:  The Key for Sustainable Mycotoxin Management in Small-grain Cereals - Susanne Vogelgsang, Agroscope, Zurich, SWITZERLAND

Integrating the Management of Fusarium Head Blight and Foliar Diseases through Fungicide use and Variety Selection to Develop Practical Strategies for Winter Wheat Growers - Martin Nagelkirk, Michigan State University-Extension, Sandusky, MI, USA

Wheat Breeding for Southern Brazil, with Focus on Fusarium Head Blight Resistance - André C. Rosa, Biotrigo Genética Ltda., Passo Fundo, BRAZIL

Fusarium graminearum Population-specific Differences during Wheat Infection - Martha Vaughan, USDA-ARS-NCAUR, Peoria, IL, USA



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