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Grape Phylloxera – Quarantine management and importance of diverse genetic strains Dr Catherine Clarke, Agriculture Victoria ResearchGrapevine viruses and other future threats Dr Fiona Constable, ‎Victorian Dept. of Environment and Primary IndustriesGrapevine viruses & biosecurity in New Zealand Dr Vaughn Bell, Plant and Food Research, New Zealand
Mildews: what drives an epidemic? Barbara Hall, South Australian Research and Development InstituteLearnings from Panama incursion in Queensland Jim Pekin, Australian Banana Growers’ CouncilFree biological control of insect pests? Yes, please! Dr Mary Retallack, Retallack Viticulture
Using agrochemical data to monitor trends and ID future issues Dr Paul Petrie, The Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI)Digital Spraying Dr Andrew Hewitt, The University of QueenslandChallenges to agrochemical availability Marcel Essling, AWRI
New phylloxera detection method: opportunities and next steps Inca Pearce, Vinehealth AustraliaWinemaking trials with sooty mould Peter Godden, The Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI)Monitoring grapevine pathology with hyperspectral imaging Dr Bob Dambergs, The Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI)
Current Australian exotic pest incursions Dr Mardi Longbottom, The Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI)Non-chemical Botrytis management - NZ perspective Ollie Powrie, Villa Maria Estate LtdThe reality of living with phylloxera Andy Clarke, Yering Station
Using unmanned aircraft systems to manage insects and diseases--the power of perspective. Dr Brian McCornack, Kansas State UniversityClonal selection program Dr Cath Kidman, Wynns Coonawarra EstateThe effects of spray drift on grapevine growth Dr Gerhard Roussow, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
Propagation for healthy vineyards Nick Dry, Yalumba Nursery