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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
  • AMERICAN VINEYARD FOUNDATION, NAPA, CA
  • Developing Solar-induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence as a Ground-based and Remotely-sensed Physiological Indicator of Grapevine Stress
  • CALIFORNIA RICE RESEARCH BOARD, YUBA CITY, CA
  • Application of Forward and Reverse Genetics to Rice Improvement (continuing project)-2023
  • CALIFORNIA WALNUT COMMISSION, FOLSOM, CA
  • Putting phenotypic and genotyplc tools to work for improving walnut rootstocks (2023-2024)
  • CLEMSON UNIVERSITY, CLEMSON, SC
  • Solutions to the Armillaria Root Rot Threat Affecting the U.S. Stone Fruit Industry
  • FOOD & AGRICULTURE, CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF, SACRAMENTO, CA
  • Stacking RNAi-based Resistance to Phytophthora, Crown Gall, and Nematodes in Almond and Walnut Rootstocks
  • UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS, DAVIS, CA
  • Stacking RNAi-based Resistance to Phytophthora, Crown Gall, and Nematodes in Almond and Walnut Rootstocks
  • Putting Phenotypic and Genotypic Tools to Work for Improving Walnut Rootstocks
  • Identify Novel Compounds Associated with Smoke Taint in Grapes, Musts, and Wine Sampled in California Vineyards
  • Defining Soil Health for Winegrape Production
  • Impact of Wildfire Smoke Taint and Key Trunk Pathogens on Grapevine Wood and Grape Chemistry
  • Impact of Wood-infecting Fungi on Horticultural Crops
  • Development of RNA Interference-based Resistance in Almond and Walnut Rootstocks Against Phytophthora Pathogens
  • Ecobiology, Impact and Management of Grapevine Red Blotch Virus and Its Vector(s) in California and Oregon Vineyards
  • Measuring Grape Smoke Exposure Impact
  • Evaluating the Physiological Responses of Superior Juglans Germplasm to Drought Stress
  • Evaluating New Technology and Grapevine Genotypes to Improve Vineyard Water Use Sustainability
  • Pest Management in Floriculture Crops Through Applications of Optical Sensing and Other Innovative Technologies