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Plant Health 2020 session submissions are still open through tomorrow! Submit ideas for a special session, workshop, or field trip for Denver. Required information, guidelines, and other information is available at the Plant Health 2020 website.
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Powdery mildews are often attacked in the field by mycoparasitic fungi of the genus Ampelomyces. Using Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated transformation, Németh et al. produced stable Ampelomyces transformants that expressed green fluorescent protein to improve the visualization of the mildew–Ampelomyces interaction and decipher the environmental fate of Ampelomyces fungi before and after acting as mycoparasites.
 
 
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Agricultural small-plot research is necessary to determine pesticide efficacy and develop integrated pest management programs. Using new technology, novices can outfit inexpensive drones with inexpensive cameras to take aerial photographs and then analyze the photos with free image manipulation programs. Price et al. show how these data can enhance foliar disease ratings.

 
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