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Department of Forest Mycology and Plant Pathology

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Tolerant trees and resilient forests - communicating for change

Tolerant trees and resilient forests - communicating for change cajsa.lithell@slu.se How do we move from fact to impact? Welcome to a workshop on popular science communication for kids and

Vahideh Rafiei receives royal award for research on biocontrol of cereal diseases

Vahideh Rafiei has been awarded a prize from King Carl XVI Gustaf's 50-year fund for science, technology and the environment, for her work on biological control of Fusarium species that cause

Comparative genomics of the biocontrol fungus Clonostachys rosea

cajsa.lithell@slu.se Welcome to the seminar "Comparative genomics of the biocontrol fungus Clonostachys rosea" by Magnus Karlsson from the Department of Forest Mycology and Plant Pathology at SLU.

It is vital to manage pathogenic fungi in forest nurseries

Increased knowledge about pathogenic fungi in nurseries can improve the measures used to protect the tree seedlings. Therefore, in her doctoral thesis, Rebecca Larsson has studied the occurrence of

Dissertation Rebecca Larsson

charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Rebecca Larsson defends her thesis "Spatial and temporal dynamics of seedborne, airborne, and foliar fungal communities in Swedish forest nurseries" on May 24 2024. All

More and happier pathogens in warmer Nordic countries

The majority of all known pathogens to global food production will thrive and reproduce faster in a warmer climate. Such generalizations are, however, not necessarily practically useful. A new report

Dissertation Petter Öhrn

Carbon castles vs. beetle-fungus armies: phenology of the spruce bark beetle and Norway spruce resistance in times of climate change charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Petter Öhrn defends his thesis "

Spruce bark beetle attacks in a time of climate change

Where and when does the spruce bark beetle attack? Petter Öhrn has investigated this as well as the spruce's defense capacity in his doctoral thesis. "It is particularly important for forest owners

Root rot in peas can be combated with resistant pea varieties

Peas often suffer from root rot caused by the water mold Aphanomyces euteiches. Can we combine the tasty but susceptible pea variety Linnea with an old German landrace to get partially resistant new

Rust in forest and agriculture

Symposium and workshop: Rust fungi in forests and agriculture cajsa.lithell@slu.se Welcome to a day of talks, discussion and networking around rust diseases! Rust on a pine tree. Photo: Åke Olson

TolerantTree Workshop

TolerantTree Workshop: Assisted migration - a tool to meet the threat from climate change in the Nordic countries cajsa.lithell@slu.se TolerantTree arrange a workshop on Iceland to create a

Kvinnomaraton - Symposium for women in research

markmiljo-webb@slu.se Are you a female researcher interested in meeting other female researchers to network and discuss common interests? Welcome to The Society of Women Researchers annual event