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Developing sustainable management methods for clubroot

Disease Management  / PR608 / Published: 

An enhanced understanding of the diversity of UK clubroot populations, the prevalence of varietal resistance breaking strains and ways to target treatments were delivered by this project.


Ramularia Leaf Spot in barley

Disease Management  / PR600 / Published: 

Ramularia leaf spot, caused by Ramularia collo-cygni, is one of the major fungal diseases of barley in the UK. It reduces both yield and quality of harvested grain.


Hands Free Hectare 2: Autonomous farming machinery for cereals production

Varieties, Breeding and Genetics,  Disease Management,  Weed Management,  Pest Management,  Nutrient Management,  Soil Management,  Environment  / PR609 / Published: 

Hands Free Hectare 2 built on the experiences during the 2016 to 2017 cropping season to farm a one hectare of winter wheat autonomously.


Arable Crop Disease Alert System

Disease Management  / PR594 / Published: 

This multi-disciplinary project aimed to produce an automated air sampling device, able to use a DNA-based method to detect airborne spores of key pathogens and text results for display on a website so that growers can react to smart spray applications. T......


Soil-borne pathogens of oilseed rape (PhD)

Disease Management  / SR44 / Published: 

This project aims to determine the geographical distribution of soil-borne pathogens of oilseed rape in England and assess the individual and combined contributions of plant pathogens and plant parasitic nematodes to yield decline of oilseed rape.