We are excited to run a half-day face-to-face event on 22 September that will enable more in-depth discussion of weed genomics following the Plant and Animal Genome Conference Australia in Perth, WA.
Multiple scientists from interstate and internationally will be present in Perth with shared interests in weed genomics. This event aims to explore opportunities and priorities for weed genomics research in Australia and beyond. The session will consist of several scientific presentations, building on and adding to those presented at the PAG workshop, and a round table discussion. Participants are welcome to attend the presentations and participate in the discussion.
We would love to see you there to be part of the weed genomics conversation and to learn the latest in manipulating genomics for improved crop yields.
The Weed Genomics Workshop will be followed by an optional tour of the Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative (AHRI) facilities.
For more information about the PAG Australia workshop, visit: intlpagaustralia.org/23
This event is organised by Dr Todd Gaines and the Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative at The University of Western Australia.
About Dr Todd Gaines
Dr Todd Gaines is an associate professor in the Department of Agricultural Biology at Colorado State University. His specialisation is in molecular weed science and functional weed genomics. He completed his PhD at CSU, followed by post-docs in Western Australia (Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative with Prof. Stephen Powles) and Germany (Bayer CropScience). Todd is currently at UWA and AHRI as a visiting scientist on sabbatical leave from CSU.
Friday 22 September 2023, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
The event is free but registrations are essential.
University Club, Formal Dining room
University of Western Australia, 35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley WA 6009
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For its 9th year, the Crop Protection Forum will be focused on providing growers and advisors with the most up-to-date information across the insecticide, fungicide and herbicide resistance space, and responding to concerns about management issues.
This will be a full-day event, with speakers from across Australia and local panellists to discuss management issues.
Ticket price includes morning tea, afternoon tea, lunch and access to the recordings post-event. Tickets have not yet gone on sale.
Wednesday 6 December 2023, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Regular registration: $130.00
Early Bird registration: $100.00
University of Adelaide, Adelaide SA 5005