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Collaborations

The Crops Pathology and Genetics Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

ALMOND BOARD OF CALIFORNIA, MODESTO, CA,
  • Integrated Conventional and Genomic Approaches to Almond Rootstock Development
  • Evaluating the Effectiveness of Surface Renewal and Other Technologies to Determine Almond Tree Water Use and Water Stress-RENEWAL
  • AMERICAN VINEYARD FOUNDATION, NAPA, CA,
  • Understanding and Managing the Trunk Disease Esca
  • Evaluating Fine Root Response to Drought
  • Coupling surface renewal, the VSIM model, infrared thermometry and plant water stress indicators to optimize water application in vineyards
  • CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF PESTICIDE REGULATION, SACRAMENTO, CA,
  • Optimizing Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation for Management of Prunus Replant Problems
  • CALIFORNIA RICE RESEARCH BOARD, YUBA CITY, CA,
  • Application of Forward and Reverse Genetics to Rice Improvement (continuing project)
  • CALIFORNIA TABLE GRAPE COMMISSION, FRESNO, CA,
  • Protectants for Trunk-Disease Management in California Table Grapes
  • CALIFORNIA WALNUT COMMISSION, FOLSOM, CA,
  • Genomic Approaches to Manage Blackline Disease in Walnuts
  • Genetic and Physiological Characterization of Disease Resistant Walnut Rootstock Genotypes
  • COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY, FORT COLLINS, CO,
  • Documentation of COMET-Farm and Greenhouse Gas Accounting for Specialty Crops
  • FOOD & AGRICULTURE, CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF, Sacramento, CA,
  • Understanding and Managing Esca Trunk Disease in Multiple Grape-Production Systems
  • FOOD AND AGRICULTURE, CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT O, SACRAMENTO, CA,
  • Development of Versatile Phytophthora-Resistant Almond and Walnut Rootstocks Using Host-Induced Gene Silencing
  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVER OF CALIFORNIA RIVERSIDE, RIVERSIDE, CA,
  • Putting Phenotypic and Genotypic Tools to Work for Improving Walnut Rootstocks
  • Optimizing Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation for Management of Prunus Replant Problems-UCR Component
  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, THE, Oakland, CA,
  • Partnership in Support of USDA Climate Hubs and University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources
  • Development of Web-based Decision Support Systems to Improve Crop Management Decisions
  • UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS, Davis, CA,
  • Evaluating Grapevine Root System Responses to Drought Stress to Identify Physiological Traits for Breeding and Precision Irrigation Management
  • Identification of Drought Resistant Genotypes and Underlying Mechanisms for Woody Perennial Germplasm
  • Early-detection and Monitoring of Abiotic and Biotic Stress in Production Environments
  • Development of COMET-Farm and Greenhouse Gas Accounting for Specialty Crops
  • Characterization of Vineyard Microbiomes
  • Investigation on Evolution of Virulence in the Sudden Oak Death Pathogen, Phytophthora Ramorum
  • Development of COMET-Farm and Greenhouse Gas Accounting for Specialty Crops
  • Addressing Water Management for Woody Perennial Crops under Increasing Temperatures in Mid-Century and End-of-Century Climate Conditions
  • Collaborative Institutional Biosafety Committee Oversight and Research between the University of California Davis and the ARS Davis Location
  • Creating CASH: "California Agricutural Soil Health" Regions
  • Development of Versatile Phytophthora-Resistant Almond and Walnut Rootstocks Using Host-Induced Gene Silencing-UC Davis Component
  • Etiology of Cherry Stem Pitting Disease in California
  • USDA, OFC OF THE CHIEF ECO, CLIMATE CHANGE, Washington, DC,
  • Adaptation Resources Workbook for Specialty Crops: Responding to Climate Change and Variability in California and Portions of Arizona
  • Improving DayCent to Model Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHG) from Specialty Crops
  • WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY, PULLMAN, WA,
  • Understanding and Managing Esca Trunk Disease in Multiple Grape Production Systems