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  • We're comparing 1000s of genomes like this one to discover genes that have “jumped”. Read our latest post

  • Our stubble management trial has just been burnt. Mike Ashworth's trying to find if burning stubble reduces disease load

  • powdery mildew

    Since 2011, more than 14,000 students have been engaged in Mildew Mania, helping CCDM scientists in the fight against barley powdery mildew.

  • nodorum

    Disco legumes: By altering the intensity of blue, white and red lighting, we can alter flowering time and height of chickpeas, lentils, faba beans and field peas.

  • GRDC

    WA WeedSmart Week will include the Fungi-side Story - an update on CCDM research in crop disease. More info on the events page

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