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George Abawi
Professor, Department of Plant Pathology
NYSAES, Cornell University
Geneva, NY 14456
USA
315-787-2374
315-787-2389
jsa1@nysaes.cornell.edu
Biology and management of diseases caused by Sclerotinia species.

Ahmed Abd-Elmagid
PhD Student, Department of Entomology & Plant Pathology
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078
USA
405-744-7988
405-744-6039 (FAX)
Ahmed.Abd-Elmagid@okstate.edu
Effect of water potential on Sclerotinia Blight of peanut.

Muhammad Ali Aghajani
Department of Plant Protection Research
Agricultural and Natural Resources Research Center of Golestan Province
P. O. Box: 098171-947157555
Gorgan, Iran
FAX +981713359813
maaghajanina@yahoo.com
Epidemiology of Sclerotinia stem rot of canola. Website: www.mycosoft.ir

Chrysantus Akem
Legume Pathologist, ICARDA
PO Box 5466
Aleppo, Syria
963-21-2213477
963-21-2213490
cakem@cgiar.org
Sclerotinia stem rot on cool season legumes, lettuce. Resistance and epidemiology.

Rezapoor Mehdi Alamdarlou
Researcher, Oil seed research and development company
Sari, Iran
00981512238323
00981512238324 (Fax)
alamdarlou@yahoo.com
Sclerotinia sclerotiorum biology, epidemiology, integrated management on rapeseed.

Terry Anderson
Research Scientist, Greenhouse and Processing Crop Research Center
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
2585 County Road 20
Harrow, Ontario
Canada N0R 1G0
1-519-738-2251 ext 426
1-519-738-2929
ANDERSONT@EM.AGR.CA
Development of screening methods to evaluate soybean resistance

Chris Archer
Research Plant Pathologist, Tasmanian Institute for Agricultural Research, New Town Labs
New Town, Tasmania
Australia 7008
011-61-362336830
011-61-362285123
Chris.Archer@dpiwe.tas.gov.au
I am investigating prediction systems for Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in Pyrethrum (perennial crop used in production of the insecticidal compound pyrethrin).

Gavin J. Ash
Senior Lecturer in Plant Pathology, Associate Director Farrer Centre
School Of Agriculture
Charles Sturt University
PO Box 588
Wagga Wagga NSW 2678
Australia
02-69332765
02-69332812 (FAX)
gash@csu.edu.au
Canola crop, incidence and severity of Sclerotinia, use of fungicides, forecasting, and genetic diversity.

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Zafer Dallal Bashi
Research Affiliate
Applied Microbiology and Food Science
University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7N 5C8 Canada
1-306-717-5978
ZAD819@mail.usask.ca
Polygalactronase expression regulation.

Greg J. Boland
Professor, Environmental Biology
Ontario Agricultural College
Guelph, Ontario
Canada N1G 2W1
1-519-824-4120 ext. 2755/3769
1-519-837-0442
gboland@uoguelph.ca
Biology and management of disease caused by Sclerotinia species.

John F. Brown
Department of Botany
University of New England
Armidale, NSW 2351
Australia
Retired.

Lone Buchwaldt
Research Scientist Plant Pathology
Plant Gene Resources of Canada (PGRC)
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Saskatoon Research Centre
107 Science Place
Saskatoon, SK
S7N 0X2 Canada
1 (306) 956-2826
1 (306) 956-7247 (FAX)
Screening of canola, bean and other plant germplasm for resistance to sclerotinia stem rot.

Dawayne R. Buxton
Plant Processes/Administration, USDA-ARS
RM 212 BLDG 005 BARC-WEST
Beltsville, MD 20705
USA
301-504-5321
drb@ars.usda.gov
USDA-ARS National Program Staff, Oil Crops, Interest in Sclerotinia Blight diseases.

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Ignazio Carbone
PhD student, Department of Biology
University of Toronto at Mississauga
3359 Mississauga Rd. North
Mississauga, ON
Canada L5L 1C6
905-828-5338
905-828-3792
icarbone@credit.erin.utoronto.ca
Evolutionary biology and population genetics of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum.

Thomas E. Chase
Associate Professor, Plant Science Department
South Dakota State University
Box 2108
Brookings, SD 57007
USA
605-688-5550
605-688-4024
thomas_chase@sdstate.edu
Interested in the population biology and genetics of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in soybeans, sunflowers and other hosts in the north central region of the USA. Also interested in screening for resistance in soybeans and sunflowers.

Kelly Chenault
Research Biologist USDA-ARS
1301 N Western Blvd
Stillwater, OK 74075
USA
405-624-4141 ext. 225
405-372-1398
kchenault@pswcrl.ars.usda.gov
Transgenic peanut resistant to Sclerotinia Blight.

Periasamy (Ravi) Chitrampalam
Post doctoral research fellow, Department of Plant Pathology
University of California-Davis
C/O USDA-ARS
1636 E. Alisal St.
Salinas, CA 93905
USA
rchitrampalam@ucdavis.edu
Several years experience working on different aspects of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum.

Kishore Chittem
Post doctoral research fellow, Department of Plant Pathology
NDSU
Dept # 7660 PO Box 6050
Fargo, ND 58108-6050
USA
701-231-8362
701-231-7851 FAX
Kishore.Chittem@ndsu.edu
Host-Pathogen interactions in Canola - Sclerotinia sclerotiorum system, QTL mapping, molecular assays to detect fungicide insensitivity in S. sclerotiorum.

John Clarkson
Warwick HRI
University of Warwick
Wellesbourne
Warwick, CV35 9EF
UK
+44 (0)2476 575148
+44 (0)2476 574500 (FAX)
john.clarkson@warwick.ac.uk
Epidemiology, disease forecasting, population biology and diversity of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum.

Eric Cother
Principal Research Scientist
NSW Agriculture
Orange Agricultural Institute
Forest Rd
Orange
NSW 2800
Australia
cothere@agric.gov.au

Marc A. Cubeta
Assistant Professor
North Carolina State University
207 Research Station Road
Plymouth, NC
USA
252-793-4428 ext. 151
252-793-5142
marc_cubeta@ncsu.edu
Ecology and population biology of S. sclerotiorum.

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John Damicone
Associate Professor/Extension Plant Pathologist
Oklahoma State University
127 Noble Research Center
Stillwater, OK 74078-3033
USA
405-744-9962
405-744-7373
jpd3898@okstate.edu
Peanut Disease Control

John Davies
Senior Research Consultant, ADAS Terrington
Terrington Saint Clement
King's Lynn, Norfolk PE 34 4 PW
England
0044 (0) 1 553 828621
0044 (0) 1 553 827229
john.davies@adas.co.uk or johnmlld@btinternet.com
Petal testing to forecast stem rot in winter oil feed rape. Epidemiology of Sclerotinia in winter oilseed rape. Epidemiology of Sclerotinia in Crisp (Iceberg) lettuce and disease control.

Luis del Rio
Department of Plant Pathology
University of Wisconsin-Madison
284 Russell Labs
1630 Linden Dr.
Madison, WI 53706
USA
608-262-1393
608-263-2626
ldr@plantpath.wisc.edu

Jean-Patrick Didier
Research Scientist Pathology
Cargill Specialty Canola Oils
2540 East Drake Road
Fort Collins, CO 80525
USA
Tel: 970/482-8818
Fax: 970/482-3870
jean-patrick_didier@cargill.com
Screening methods for plant diseases resistance.

Anne E. Dorrance
Assistant Professor, Department of Plant Pathology
1680 Madison Ave OARDC
Wooster, OH 44691-4096
USA
330-202-3560
330-263-3841
dorrance.l@osu.edu
Evaluation of disease management for Sclerotinia Stem Rot of soybeans.

Debi Drzycimski
Plant Pathologist, Pioneer Hi Bred International, Inc.
7230 NW 70th Avenue
Johnston, IA
USA
515-253-2491
drzycimskidl@phibred.com
Soybean research with sclerotinia for private seed company.

Sandra Durman
PhD student
Alberti 162 11P
Capital Federal, Argentine
(+54) 11-49516903
sdurman@bg.fcen.uba.ar
Sclerotinia sclerotiorum, mycelial compatibility groups, biological control.

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Gregory Endres
Extension Area Agronomist
Box 219
Carrington, ND 58421
USA
701-652-2951
701-652-2055
gendres@ndsuext.nodak.edu

G. L. Engqvist
Plant Resistance Breeder
Svalof Weibull AB
268 81 Svalov
Sweden
+46 418 66 71 59
+46 418 66 71 02
goran.engqvist@swseed.se
Resistance Breeding, Sclerotinia, Peas, Redclover

Alberto Escande
Professor, Plant Pathology
Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, Facultad Ciencias Agrarias
Research Scientist
INTA Balcarce
Department of Agronomy
CC 276, 7620 Balcarce
Argentina
54 2266 439143
54 2266 439101 (FAX)
aescande@balcarce.inta.gov.ar
Biology and management of diseases caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in sunflower.

Kathryne L. Everts
Associate Professor, Plant Pathology
27664 Naticoke Rd
Salisbury, MD
USA
410-742-8789
keverts@umd.edu
My research examines epidemiology of white mold on lima beans (Phaseolus lunatus), reduced risk and biofungicides for white mold management, and spray timing guidelines for lima bean white mold.

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Igor Falau
Research Manager
12111 Mississauga Rd.
RR 4
Georgetown, Ontario
Canada
905-846-4446 ext. 135
905-846-3852
falaki@phibred.com
Development of crops with resistance to Sclerotinia.

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Lucila Gpe Sotomayor Garcia
Biology student
CIIDIR-IPN Boul. Juan de Dios Bátiz paredes
Guasave, Sinaloa
México
01 687 872 9626
luky_5_2@hotmail.com
Microganism antagonists against Sclerotinia sclerotiorum

Vulsteke Georges
Gentsestr, 78
8890 Moorslede
Belgium
00 32 51 7777 17
My research activity is finished at 1/09/1996 because I am on pension. I am always interested in Sclerotinia research especially in vegetables.

Roy E. Gingery
Plant Pathologist/Administration, USDA-ARS National Programs Staff
5601 Sunnyside Ave. (4-22260)
Beltsville, MD 20705-5139
USA
301-504-4690
301-504-6191
reg@ars.usda.gov
Sclerotinia diseases on all crops.

Craig R. Grau
Professor, Department of Plant Pathology
University of Wisconsin
1630 Linden Drive
Madison, WI 53706-1598
USA
608-262-6289
608-263-2626
cg6@plantpath.wisc.edu
Research primarily on Sclerotinia sclerotiorum, and limited activity with S. trifoliorum. Research interests are overall management of Sclerotinia caused diseases of legumes with emphasis on soybean. Host resistance, management practices, and fungicides are control tactics of interest.

Rebecca C. Grube
Research Geneticist
USDA/ARS
1636 E. Alisal St.
Salinas, CA 93905
USA
831-755-2862
831-755-2814 (FAX)
rgrube@pw.ars.usda.gov
Research Activity: genetic analysis and breeding for resistance to S. minor in lettuce

Tom Gulya
USDA Research Plant Pathologist, Sunflower Research Unit USDA Northern Crop Science Lab
1305 N 18th St.
Fargo, ND 58105-5677
USA
01-701-239-1316
01-701-239-1346
gulyat@fargo.ars.usda.gov
gulya@badlands.nodak.edu
My Sclerotinia research deals entirely with the diseases it causes on sunflower (Helianthus annuus), which include mycelial root infection leading to wilt, and mid-stalk and head rot infection resulting from ascospores. The primary objective of our unit is to find genetic resistance within cultivated sunflower and/or wild Helianthus species. Additionally, I am also pursuing research on the biological and chemical seed treatments, the effects of cultural practices (rotations and inversion plowing), and the feasibility of fungicide sprays to minimize head rot infections. Field research is conducted in both North Dakota and Minnesota.

Wang Guosen
Senior Agronomist, Division Head, Chifeng Agricultural Bureau
Chifeng City
Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region
The People's Republic of China
02400
0086-0476-8330845
0086-0476-8330845
wanggs@990.net
Since 1985, I have been working on Sclerotinia, mainly on infection cycle of Sclerotoniaceae, the sexual phage of Sclerotinia ( S. sclerotiorum, S. trifoliorum, S. minor, S. asari and S. schinseng). I also study on occurrence pattern and integrated control technology of sunflower Sclerotinia rot (S. sclerotiorum and S. minor).

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Robert Hall
Professor, Department of Environmental Biology
Room 2106, Bovey Building
University of Guelph
Guelph Ontario
Canada N1G 2W1
519-824-4120 ext 3631
519-837-0442
rhall@evbhort.uoguelph.ca
Epidemiology and control-disease prediction and search for resistance. Major crops are common bean, canola and soybean.

Sonia Hallier, PhD
Cargill Specialty Canola Oil
2540 East Drake Rd
Fort-Collins, CO 80525
1-970-482-8818
1-970-482-3870
Sonia_Hallier@cargill.com
PR Proteins, Canola, Transgenic, Sclerotinia, Phoma

Nigel Hardwick
Plant Pathologist, Central Sciences Laboratory
Sand Hutton
York Y04 1LZ
UK
44 1904 462207
44 1904 426111
nigel.hardwick@csl.gov.uk
Surveys, Epidemiology, Forecasting

Glen L. Hartman
Research Plant Pathologist, Assistant Professor, USDA/ARS and Department of Crop Sciences
70 Environmental and Agricultural Sciences Building, MC-637
1101 West Peabody Drive
Urbana, Illinois 61801
217-244-3258
217-244-7703
ghartman@uiuc.edu
Soybeans, Resistance, Pathogen Variability

Esmat A. Hassan
Department of Botany
National Research Center
Dokki, 12311
Cairo, Egypt
00202 749-8353 (FAX)
esmat_hassan@yahoo.com
To investigate environmentally safe factors/methods for control of fungi diseases in economically important vegetables and crops; To test and evaluate fungi action (from local environment) and other sources as biocontrol agents against Sclerotinia sp. in vitro and in greenhouse on different crops and vegetables; To identify plants (other than target crops) which show resistance to infection in contaminated fields; To study the mode of its resistance against the growth of Sclerotinia sp. and other rot-causing fingi; To perform physilogical treatments to activate natural systemic resistance to fungi diseases.

Brad Hedges
Soybean Research Manager
PO Box 730
Queen's Line West
Chatham Ontario
Canada
519-352-2700 ext 6720
519-380-2008
HedgesBR@phibred.com
Development of new soybean varieties. Determining the inheritance of disease resistance (including white mold). Developing screening techniques for white mold.

Jeffrey Hegstad
Research Manager (Soybean)
7230 NW 70th Avenue
PO Box 177
Johnston, IA
USA
515-270-3566
515-254-2680
hegstajeff@phibred.com
Crop protection, trait integration and discovery.

Roghayeh Hemmati
Ph.D. student
Department of Plant Protection , College of Agriculture, University of Tehran,
Karaj, Tahran
Iran
+98 261- 2818705
+98 261- 2238529
rhemmati@ut.ac.ir, rhemati2001@gmail.com
Mycelial compatibility and genetic diversity of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum on different crops especially oilseed rape, and evaluation of resistance in oilseed to this disease.

Bob Henson
Research Agronomist, NDSU/CREC
Box 219
Carrington, ND 58421
USA
701-652-2951
701-652-2055
bhenson@ndsuext.nodak.edu
Compare crop species and agronomic management for effects on sclerotinia. Evaluate fungicides.

David D. Hoffman
PhD Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Crop Sciences
AW-101 Turner Hall
1102 South Goodwin Avenue
Urbana, IL 61801
USA
217-333-0595
217-333-4834
ddhoffma@uiuc.edu
Genetic evaluation of Sclerotinia stem rot of soybean utilizing field nurseries, SSR markers and greenhouse evaluations.

Arne Holst-Jensen
Research Scientist, National Veterinary Institute, Section of Food and Feed Microbiology
Ullevalsveien 68
PO Box 8156 Dep.
0033 Oslo
Norway
(+47) 22 59 74 73
(+47) 22 59 74 75
arne.holst-jensen@vetinst.no
Sclerotinia, Sclerotiniaceae, Taxonomy, Systematics, Molecular Evolution, Phylogeny, Ecology

Yong Huang
Senior Scientist
8520 University Green
Middleton, WI 53562
USA
608-821-3497
Yong.Huang@monsanto.com
Development of transgenic plant with resistance to sclerotinia pathogens.

Russell K. Hynes
Senior Research Scientist
9 Bell Cres
Saskatoon Saskatchewan
Canada
306-477-2985
rkh358@duke.usask.ca
Biological control of white mold of dry bean and canola.

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Greg Johnson
President ISPP
Horticulture 4 Development
PO Box 412
Jamison ACT 2614
Australia
61-26-251-5658
61-46-602-1614
greg.johnson@velocitynet.com.au
International collaboration; Mango diseases.

Stephen A. Johnston
Extension Specialist in Plant Pathology
Rutgers Agricultural Research & Extension Center
121 Northville Rd
Bridgeton, NJ 08302-5919
USA
856-455-3100
856-455-3133
johnston@aesop.rutgers.edu
Chemical control of vegetable (lettuce, beans, and tomato) diseases caused by Sclerotinia.

David Jones
Retired, Macaulay Land Use Research Institute
Craigiebuckler Aberdeen AB15 8QH
Scotland
United Kingdom
01224 318611

Eirian Jones
Plant Pathology Lecturer, Soil, Plant and Ecological Sciences Division
PO Box 84
Lincoln University
Canterbury
New Zealand
+64 03 325 2811 x 8829
+64 03 325 3843
jonese@lincoln.ac.nz
Biological control of Sclerotinia species in vegetable crops using Coniothyrium minitans. Ecological studies of C. minitans and its interaction with Sclerotinia sclerotiorum using marked strains.

Geuohwa Jung
Research Associate, Department of Horticulture
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Madison, WI
USA
608-262-6044
608-262-4743
gjung@facstaff.wisc.edu
TL Mapping, Quantitative Genetics, Vegetable Breeding and Genetics, Molecular Marker, Disease Resistance and Market-Assisted Selection

Clinton Jurke
Plant Pathologist, Advanta Seeds
75-Scurfield Blvd
Winnipeg MB
Canada
1-204-488-4069
1-204-488-4766
clintonjurke@advantacan.com
Canola (B. napus & B. rape) disease screening.

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Muhammad Omer Khan
Lecturer and Chairman, Botany Dept.
Jinnah Govt. College, Nazimabad
Karachi, Pakistan
92-21-6971469
umarkhanbot@gmail.com
Pesticides tolerant strains of biological control agent against root infecting fungi and nematodes.

Ken Kmiecik
Plant Breeding Research, Asgrow Vegetable Seeds
7202 Portage Rd.
Deforest, WI 53532
USA
01-608-846-7889
01-608-846-7892
ken.kmiecik@svseeds.com
Plant breeding and crop research Phaseolus vulgaris.

Linda M. Kohn
Professor, Department of Botany
University of Toronto
Erindale College
3359 Mississauga Road North
Mississauga Ontario
Canada L5L 1C6
905-828-3997
905-828-3792
kohn@credit.erin.utoronto.ca
Systematics and population biology of Sclerotinia and the Sclerotiniaceae.

Steven T. Koike
Plant Pathology Farm Advisor
1432 Abbott Street
Salinas, California 93901
USA
831-759-7350
831-758-3018 (FAX)
stkoike@ucdavis.edu
Applied plant pathology research and extension for vegetables, ornamentals, and small fruits. Emphasis in fungal pathogens.

Joseph M. Krupinsky
Plant Pathologist, USDA-ARS, Northern Great Plains Research Lab
PO Box 459
Mandan, ND 58554-0459
701-667-3011
701-667-3054
krupinsj@mandan.ars.usda.gov
Sclerotinia diseases in cropping systems.

Linda Sue Kull
National Soybean Research Laboratory
1101 West Peabody
NSRC 144
Urbana, IL 61801
USA
217-265-4066
217-244-1707 (FAX)
lkull@uiuc.edu

Satendra Kumar
Horticultural Plant Pathologist
Agriculture Western Australia
Baron-Hay Court
South Perth
WA 6151
Australia
skumar@agric.wa.gov.au

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Arthur Lamey
Extension Plant Pathologist
North Dakota State University
Box 5012
Fargo, ND 58105
USA
701-231-7056
701-231-7851
alamey@ndsuext.nodak.edu
Sclerotinia fungicides for canola and dry bean. Sclerotinia Management.

Robin Lamppa
Microbiologist II, Department of Plant Pathology
North Dakota State University
Fargo, ND 58105
USA
701-231-7073
701-231-7851
Robin_Lamppa@ndsu.nodak.ed
Ascospore survival at different PHs and temperatures. Sources of ascospores for bean field inoculum.

Thomas A. Lee, Jr.
Extension Plant Pathologist
RT 2 Box 1
Stephenville, TX 76401
USA
254-968-4144
254-965-3759
t-lee@tamu.edu
Biological and chemical control of peanut diseases including Sclerotinia minor.

Chrystel Y. Lefol
Postdoctoral Fellow, Agriculture and Agrifood Canada
107 Science Place
Saskatoon, SK, S7N 0X2
Canada
306-956-7686
306-956-7267
lefolc@cm.agr.ca
Research of Sclerotinia sclerotorium resistance in Brassica and Brassica related weeds.

Guoging Li
Associate Professor, Department of Plant Protection
Huazhong Agricultural University
Wuhan, 430070
Hubei Province
P.R. China
86-27-87393733 ext. 2139
86-27-87396057
hzal@public.wh.hb.cn
Biology of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum including evaluation of diversity of this fungus. Biocontrol of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum. Studies on the hypovirulence of S. sclerotiorum. Breeding resistant canola by cooperation with some breeders.

Daniele Liberti
Postdoctoral fellow
1391 Sandford street, N5V 4T3
London, Ontario
Canada
+1-519-457-1470 ext. 283
+1-519-457-3997
libertid@agr.gc.ca
Molecular biology of pathogenicity and survival in the broad host range phytopathogenic fungus Sclerotinia sclerotiorum.

Shengyi Liu
Professor
Xudong Second Road No2
Wuhan, 430062
Hubei Province
P.R. China
0086-27-86812896
0086-27-86816451
shengyil@public.wh.hb.cn or Liusy51@hotmail.com
Sclerotinia spp., resistance, genetics and breeding, identification methods, biocontrol, gene transformation, bacteria and fungi for biocontrol, molecular biology.

Murillo Lobo Junior
Research scientist
Embrapa Arroz e Feijão
Rodovia Goiânia - Nova Veneza km 12
Caixa Postal 179
Santo Antonio de Goias
Goias, Brazil
(5562) 533-2176
(5562) 533-2100 (FAX)
murillo@cnpaf.embrapa.br
Disease management, epidemiology, pathogen diversity and resistance on dry beans.

Guihua Lu
Research Manager
7250 NW 62nd Ave
Johnston, IA 50131
USA
515-253-2255
515-334-4755
lug@phibred.com
To express oxalate degrading enzyme crops such as sunflower to combat Sclerotinia disease. My work focuses on gene and promoter isolation as well as transgene expression in plants.

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Juju B. Manandhar
Post-Doc, Department of Crop Sciences
University of Illinois
1101 W Peabody Dr.
Urbana, IL
USA
217-244-9293
217-244-7703
manandha@uiuc.edu
Screening soybean commercial cultivars, germplasm and breeding materials for the resistance to white mold.

Mark Mancl
Pathologist
18285 CO RD 96
Woodland, CA
USA
01-530-666-1084
01-530-666-1737
manclmk@phibred.com
Screening breeding lines for Sclerotinia basal stalk rot resistance. Screening transgenic sunflowers for Sclerotinia resistance.

Seyed Mojtaba Mansouripour
MSc Student of Plant Pathology
Department of Plant Pathology
College of Agriculture
Tarbiat Modares University
Tehran, Iran
0098-913-3402125
seyedmojtaba@gmail.com
Biological Control of Sclerotinia Stem Rot of Canola Using Mutant Antagonistic Bacteria.

Christian Martin
Agriphyto
19, avenue de Grande Bretagne
66025 Perpignan
France
00 33 04 68 35 74 12
00 33 04 68 34 65 44
Cmartinagriphyto@aol.com
IPM and Integrated Disease Management of soil born pathogen such as Sclerotinia, Rhizoctonia and Pythium spp for vegetable crop (salad). Extension of solarization and antagonism combination in field and greenhouses. Fungicide resistance and enhanced biodegradation.

Charlie A. Martinson
Associate Professor
Iowa State University
329 Bessey Hall
Ames, IA 50011
515-294-1062
515-294-9420
cmartins@iastate.edu
Biological control of Sclerotinia.

Michael E. Matheron
Extension Plant Pathologist, Yuma Mesa Agriculture Center
University of Arizona
Rt. 1 Box 40M County 15th St. and Ave. A
Somerton, AZ 85350
USA
520-726-0458
520-726-1363
matheron@ag.arizona.edu
Testing new fungicides. Effects of environmental factors on survival of sclerotia in soil.

Alastair McCartney
Principal Research Scientist, Department of Plant Pathology
IARC-Rothamsted
Harpenden, Hertfordshire AL5 2JQ
United Kingdom
+44 1582 763133 ext. 2246
+44 1582 760981
alastair.mccartney@bbsrc.ac.uk
Epidemiology of Sclerotinia rots on oilseed rape (canola) and sunflowers, including environmental effects on infection processes; ascospore dispersal, novel methods of inoculum detection.

Mary Ruth McDonald
Research Scientist, Department of Plant Agriculture
Univ Guelph
Guelph Ontario
Canada N1G 2W1
1-519-824-4120 ext 2791
1-519-767-0755
mrmcdona@uoguelph.ca
Epidemiology of S. sclerotiorum on carrots, including disease development in cold storage. Management of S. sclerotiorum and S. minor on lettuce.

Debra L. McLaren
Research Scientist, Agriculture and Agrifood Canada
Brandon Research Center
PO Box 1000A, RR 3
Brandon, Manitoba
Canada
204-578-3561
204-728-3858 (FAX)
dmclaren@agr.gc.ca
Disease prevention and disease management; biological control. Major crops include bean and canola.

Winnie McNabb
Research Consultant
PO Box 11
Longview
Alberta Canada
403-558-2031
403-558-2031
mcnabbwm@phibred.com
Canola diseases and development of disease resistance in canola.

Naresh Mehta
Professor Plant Pathology, Department of Plant Pathology
CCS Haryana Agricultural University
Hisar-125 004
India
91-1662-248310
91-9416-290020 (Cell)
nareshmehta282@gmail.com or nareshmehta@hau.ernet.in
Ecofriendly management of Sclerotinia diseases of rapeseed-mustard. Co-author, Sclerotinia Diseases of Crop Plants: Biology, Ecology and Disease Management by Springer.

Hassan Melouk
Entomology and Plant Pathology
Oklahoma State University
127 NRC
Stillwater, OK 74078
USA
405-744-9957
405-744-7373
hassan@okstate.edu
Sclerotinia resistance and management.

Melody S. Melzer
Research Associate, Environmental Biology
Ontario Agricultural College
Guelph, Ontario
Canada N1G 2W1
519-824-4120 ext. 3769/4843
519-837-0442
mmelzer@evbhort.uoguelph.ca
Biology and management of Sclerotinia sp, especially S. minor. Hypovirulence/dsRNA in Sclerotinia sp. Lettuce Drop.

Richard A. Meronuck
Professor and Extension Specialist, Department of Plant Pathology
University of MN
1991 Upper Buford Circle
495 Borlaug Hall
St. Paul, Minnesota
USA
612-625-6290
richm@puccini.crl.umm.edu
I work on the epidemiology of White mold in Dry Edible Beans with an emphasis on practical control. My work has included irrigation and fertility management, along with the development of a spray decision aid for growers in the central sands of Minnesota. Chemical control is part of this package. I recently started working on practical control of Sclerotinia stem rot in Canola. Emphasis here is chemical control.

Sue Mischke
Geneticist, USDA-ARS
Bldg 050 Rm 100
Beltsville, MD 20705-5364
USA
301-504-5603
mischkes@ba.ars.usda.gov
Sporidesmium-biocontrol of Sclerotia.

S. Krishna Mohan
Professor of Plant Pathology
University of Idaho
29603 U of I Lane
Parma, Idaho 83660
USA
208-722-6701
208-722-6708
kmohan@uidaho.edu
Control of white mold on potatoes and carrots and chemical control.

Marina Montoya
M.Sc. student
EEA INTA Balcarce
Sunflower – Plant Pathology Group
Ruta 226 Km 73.5
(7620) Balcarce, Buenos Aires
Argentina
(+54) 2266-439100 int 243
mmontoya@balcarce.inta.gov.ar
Screening of soybean germplasm for resistance to sclerotinia stem rot. Inoculation and evaluation methods.

Carmen Muellenborn-Luebken
Post Doc
Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH
Institute of Chemistry and Dynamics of the Geosphere (ICG)
Phytosphere ICG3
Juelich
Germany
+49-2461-614826
+49-2461612492 FAX
c.muellenborn@fz-juelich.de
Helianthus-Sclerotinia-Interaction; Helianthus resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum; molecular characteristics of resistance; Induction of phenolic substances in sunflower after infection with Sclerotinia sclerotiorum .

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Nash Nashaat
Principal Research Scientist
IACR-Rothamsted
Harpenden, Herts AL5 2JQ
England
44 (0) 1582 763133 ext. 2343
nash.nashaat@bbsrc.ac.uk
Genetics of resistance to fungal pathogens. Characterization of host range in relation to fungal pathogenicity, analyze the inheritance of host resistance and breeding for disease resistance in oilseed brassicas, including downy mildew Peronospora parasitica, white rust Albugo candida and dark leaf and pod spot Alternaria spp. Host response to the interaction between P. Parasitica and Albugo candida. Characterisation of P. parasitica isolates as heterothallic or homothallic and their response to the phenylamide fungicide metalaxyl.

Berlin D. Nelson
Professor, Dept Plant Pathology
NDSU
Fargo, ND 58105-5012
USA
701-231-7057
701-231-7851
bernelso@plains.nodak.edu
Biology and control of Sclerotinia diseases and oilseed diseases.

Ken Noegel
Manager, Fungicide Product Development
PO Box 4913
Kansas City, MO
USA
816-242-2752
816-242-2753
Ken.Noegel.B@Bayer.com
Fungicide Research and Chemical Control

Curt Nyegaard
Crops Educator, C.C.A.
Roseau County Extension
Univ MN
606 5th Ave SW Room 130
Roseau, MN 56751
USA
218-463-1052
218-463-3252
nyega001@umn.edu
Canola, Sunflower and Soybeans

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Lawrence E. Osborne
Ass't Prof./Extension Plant Pathologist
South Dakota State University
SPB 101, Box 2108
1205 Jackrabbit Drive
Brookings, SD 57007
USA
605-688-5543
Lawrence.Osborne@sdstate.edu
Soybean Stem Rot, Biocontrol, Interested in epidemiology and microclimate studies.

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Albert O. Paulus
Plant Pathologist
Department of Plant Pathology
University of California
Riverside, CA 92521
909-787-3431
909-787-4294
apaulus@ucrac1.ucr.edu
Fungicide screening for control of Sclerotinia on celery, lettuce and ornamentals.

Ken Pazdernik
U of M Extension Educator
101 West 3rd Avenue
Ada, MN 56510
USA
218-784-7183
218-784-2473
KPAZDERNIK@Extension.umn.edu
Sclerotinia on crops and controls.

Wayne Pedersen
Associate Professor, Department of Crop Sciences
University of Illinois
1102 So. Goodwin
Urbana, IL
USA
217-333-3847
217-244-1492
wpederse@uiuc.edu
Our labs are involved with research on white mold on soybeans including: a) screening/breeding for disease resistance, b) effect of management on Sclerotinia, c) chemical control, d) genetic diversity of Sclerotinia.

Barbara W. Pennypacker
Associate Professor of Agronomy
252 A.S.I. Building
Penn State University
University Park, PA 16802
USA
814-863-7625
814-863-7043
p1q@psu.edu
Testing agronomic measures to manage Sclerotinia stem rot in soybeans. Investigating mechanisms of resistance to S. sclerotiorum in soybeans. Genotype x environment interactions.

Andre' Peres
Engineer Pathologist
Cetiom-Centre de Grignon-BP4
78850 Thiverval-Grignon
France
(33) 01 30 79 95 56 / (33) 01 30 79 95 12
(33) 01 30 79 95 90
peres@cetioom.fr
Pathology, Diseases, Sclerotinia, Sunflower, Soybean, Rapeseed

Patrick M. Phipps
Professor, Plant Pathology
Virgina Tech
6321 Holland Rd.
Suffolk, VA 23437
USA
757-657-6450 ext. 120
757-657-9333
pmphipps@vt.edu
Chemical Control, epidemiology, Resistance, Peanut, Soybean

Roy Pittman
USDA-ARS Reg Plant Intro Sta
Agric Exp Sta 1109 Exp Station
Griffin, GA 30223-1797
USA
770-229-3252
770-229-3323
rpittma@gaes.griffin.peachnet.edu
National Peanut Germplasm Curator, Disease resistance for Sclerotinia and other diseases.

Ian Porter
Program Manager, Crop Health
Department of Primary Industries, Knoxfield
Private Bag 15
Ferntree Gully Delivery Centre
Vicotria 3156
Australia
ian.j.porter@dpi.vic.gov.au

Lakshman Prasad
Asst Professor Plant Pathology
Dept of Plant Pathology, College of Agriculture
Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel University of Agriculture & Technology
Modipuram,Meerut-250 110 ( U.P.)
India
+919412709349 (Mobile)
+911212411547 (Office)
lpchaudhary@rediffmail.com
Sclerotinia sclerotiorum.

Robert G. Pratt
Research Plant Pathologist, USDA, ARS, WM & FRU,
P.O. Box 5367
Mississippi State, MS
USA
662-320-7424
662-320-7544
rgpratt@ra.msstate.edu
Sclerotinia trifoliorum and S. sclerotiorum as pathogens of alfalfa, clovers and other forage legumes. Screening and breeding for resistance. Development of leaf-inoculation procedures for screening for resistance. Development of resistant germplasms.

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Md. Muzahid Rahman
Scientific Officer
Plant Pathology Division, Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute (BARI)
Joydebpur, Gazipur-1701
Bangladesh
mmer_bari@yahoo.com
Morphological and molecular characterization of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum.

Siamak Rahmanpour
Asst Professor
Oilseed Crops Research Department
Seed and Plant Improvement Research Institute (SPII)
Karaj, Alborz
Iran
98 261 6702206; 98 261 6703802
98 261 6702051
sirahmanpour@spii.irsirahmanpour@gmail.com
Reaction of sclerotinia against glucosinolate-myrosinase system,

Richard N. Raid
Professor of Plant Pathology
Everglades Res & Educ Center
PO Box 8003
Belle Glade, FL 33430-8003
USA
561-993-1564
561-993-1582
rnr@GNV.IFAS.UFL.EDU
Management practices for controlling Sclerotinia sclerotiorum on lettuce, beans, celery and other vegetable crops.

Khalid Y. Rashid
Research Scientist
AAFC Research Centre
Unit 100-101 Route 100
Morden, Manitoba
Canada R6M 1Y5
204-822-7220
204-822-7207
krashid@em.agr.ca
Sclerotinia, Wilt, Head Rot, Sunflower, Resistance, Control, Cultural, Chemical, Hybrid Evaluation, epidemiology

Richard D. Reeleder
Research Scientist / Plant Pathology
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada,
1391 Sandford St
London, Ontario
Canada
1-519-457-1470 (ext 297)
1-519-457-3997 (FAX)
reelederr@em.agr.ca
interactions between soil organisms (arthropods, earthworms,etc) and sclerotia; disease suppression.

Ron Riley
Bean Geneticist/Pathologist
Novartis Seeds, Inc.
6338 Hwy. 20-26
Nampa, IO 83642
208-465-8540
208-467-4559
ron.riley@seeds.novartis.com
Snap Bean Breeding, Germplasm Development

Stephen L. Robinson
FER Cooperative Soybean Program Director
4112 E State Road 225
West Lafayette, IN 47906
USA
765-567-2115
765-567-4046
srobinson@soygenetics.com
Field screening for tolerance to white mold at an infested site near Old Fort, Ohio (NW Ohio).

Ana Maria Rodrigues-Cassiolato
Assistant Professor
Av. Brasil S6
Centro CP 31
Ilha Solteira Cep 15385000
Sao Paulo
Brazil
55-18-7622179
55-18-7622179
anamaria@bio.feis.unesp.br
Biological control of Sclerotinia sp., Penicillium spp., Trichoderma sp., and Conothyrium monotans.

Jeff Rollins
Assistant Professor
Deptartment of Plant Pathology
University of Florida
1453 Fifield Hall
Gainesville, FL 32611-0680
USA
352-392-3631 EXT:235
352-392-6532 (FAX)
jarollins@mail.ifas.ufl.edu

Cheryl Ruby
NDSU Plant Diagnostic Lab
Walster 306
Fargo, ND 58105
USA
701-231-7854
701-231-7851
diaglab@ndsuext.nodak.edu
The lab has no research functions. We are strictly a diagnostic facility.

Richard Ruff
Soybean Pathologist
Pioneer Hi-Bred International
Krug Building
Johnston, IA 50131-0085
USA
515-270-4019
515-253-2125
ruffrl@phibred.com
Develop disease-resistant soybeans, e.g., white mold resistance.

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Naser Safaie
Assist. Prof., Dept. Plant Pathology
College of Agriculture, Tarbiat Modares University
Tehran
Iran
0098-21-4196522 (O)
0098-21-4196524 (F)
nsafaie47@yahoo.com
Population structure of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum using molecular markers, epidemiology of Sclerotinia stem rot of canola

Izumi Saito
Research Advisor, Agroscience Research Laboratory
Hokkai Sankyo Co., Ltd.
27-4 Kitanosato
Kitahiroshima, Hokkaido
Japan 061-1111
81-11-370-2103
81-11-370-2050
isaito@hokusan.sankyo.co.jp
Sclerotinia nivalis, Low Temperature Sclerotinia, Snow Mold, Ecology, Subspecific Grouping, Evolution, Biogeography

Roger A. Schmitt
PR Plant Pathologist
Del Monte Research Center
205 No. Wiget Lane
PO Box 9004
Walnut Creek, CA 94598
USA
925-944-7312
925-945-7453
roger.schmitt@delmonte.com
Disease resistance and avoidance snapbeans.

Trond K. Schumacher
Professor of Biology, Department of Biology, Division of Botany and Plant Physiology
University of Oslo
PO Box 1066 Blindern
N-0316 Oslo
Norway
+47 22 85 46 61 / +47 22 85 46 00
+47 22 85 46 64
trond.schumacher@bio.uio.no
Research: http://biologi.uio.no/ascomycete

Mike Schwartz
Bayer Research Park, Bayer Corp.
17745 South Metcalf
PO Box 4913
Stilwell, KS
66081-9104
913-433-5105 (O)
913-433-5450 (F)
mike.swartz.b@bayer.com

Nancy Sebern
Senior Research Station Manager
Monsanto Global Seed Group
Box 166
Beaman, IA
USA
515-366-3703
515-366-2928
nsebern@dekalb.com
Soybean variety development.

John Seliga
Senior Research Associate
PO Box 730
Queen's Line West
Chatman Ontario
Canada
519-352-2700 ext 6740
519-380-2008
Seligaj@phibred.com
Development of soybean varieties. Screening for white mold tolerance.

Ginette Seguin-Swartz
Research Scientist
Saskatoon Research Centre
107 Science Place
Saskatoon SK
Canada S7N 0X2
306-956-7262
306-956-7247
seguing@em.agr.ca
Improving the Stem Rot resistance of Crucifers.

Barbara Shew
Department of Plant Pathology
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC 27695-7616
919-515-6984
919-515-7716 (FAX)
bshew@ncsu.edu
Sclerotinia Blight management of peanut.

J. Ronald Sholar
Extension Peanut Specialist, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences
Oklahoma State University
376 Ag Hall
Stillwater, OK 74078
405-744-6421
405-744-5269
jrs@okstate.edu
Sclerotinia Blight management and varietal reaction in peanut.

Daina Simmonds
Research Scientist (Agriculture and AgriFood Canada)
Professor of Biology, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario
Eastern Cereal and Oilseed Research Centre
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
C.E.F., Building 21
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada K1A 0C6
01 613 759 1320
01 613 759 6566 (FAX)
simmondsdh@agr.gc.ca
Application of Biotechnology approaches to soybean improvement. Special emphasis on developing resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum, the fungus causing White Mould disease. An excellent level of resistance was developed by introducing into the genome the wheat oxalate oxidase (OxO) gene. Presently studying the mode of action of this gene, i.e. how this gene confers resistance.

Charles E. Simpson
Peanut Breeding Genetics, Texas Agric Exp Station
PO Box 292
Stephenville, TX 76401-0292
USA
254-968-4144
254-965-3759
c-simpson@tamu.edu
Breeding resistance to Sclerotinia in peanut.

Damon Smith
Department of Plant Pathology
University of Wisconsin
1630 Linden Drive
Madison, WI 53706
USA
dsmith@plantpath.wisc.edu
Integrated management of Sclerotinia stem rot of soybean caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum.

F. D. Tad Smith
Senior Plant Pathologist
727 Norrsitown Rd
PO Box 904
Spring House, PA 19477
USA
215-641-7937
215-619-1617
tad_smith@rohmhaas.com
Evaluation of novel molecules for potential use as agricultural fungicides.

Rami Soufi
Research Scientist/Plant Pathologist
Rohm and Haas Company
Research Labs, Bldg 4A
727 Norristown Rd
PO Box 904
Spring House, PA 19477-0904
USA
215-619-5268
215-619-1617
Identification of chemical compounds for efficacy in controlling Sclerotinia and other pathogens.

James R. Steadman
Professor of Plant Pathology
406 Plant Sciences Hall
University of Nebraska
Lincoln, NE
USA
402-472-3163
402-472-2853
JSTEADMAN1@unl.edu
With a large collection of isolates (different hosts/countries) we have been looking at virulence and genetic variation (RAPD & ITS analysis). Testing resistance is ongoing in common bean/soybean including QTL mapping and transgenic soybeans (oxalase). Epidemiology and use of 'blue plate' for forecasting in beans are active areas of research. New chemicals are being compared to standard fungicides.

Debra Steiger
Research Manager, Soybean Breeder
Pioneer HiBred Int., Inc.
R617 County Road 13A
Napoleon, OH 43567
USA
419-599-5316 ext. 12
419-599-3513
steigerdk@phibred.com
Soybean variety development. Greenhouse and field screening for Sclerotinia.

Paul Stephens
Soybean Research Manager
RR 1 Box 513
Princeton, IL 61356-0513
USA
815-875-6523 ext. 15
815-872-0517
stephenspa@phibred.com
Development of white mold tolerant soybean varieties.

Alison Stewart
Professor of Plant Pathology, Soil, Plant & Ecological Sciences Division
Lincoln University
PO Box 84
Canterbury
New Zealand
(64) (3) 325-2811 ext. 8196
(64) (3) 325-3843
stewarta@lincoln.ac.nz
Biology and control of Sclerotinia diseases of fruit and vegetable crops. Biological control of S. sclerotiorum and S. minor using Trichodernia spp and Coniothyrium minirans. Molecular characterization of Sclerotinia spp in New Zealand.

William F. Stoneman
Director, W.F. Stoneman Company,
Agro-Biotechnology Consultant
Post Office Box 465
McFarland, WI
USA
608-268-7040
billstoneman@charter.net
Demonstration and cooperative research coordination for USA importers of Contans®WG (Coniothyrium minitans)for control of Sclerotinia diseases caused by S. sclerotiorum and S. minor in important agricultural and horticultural crops. Contans®WG is a product of Prophyta Biologischer Pflanzenschutz GmbH of Germany and is imported to the USA by Sylvan Bioproducts Inc. of Saxonburg, PA. Sylvan and Prophyta wish to be considered cooperators in the research effort to prevent the damage of Sclerotinia diseases.

Henrik U. Stotz
Assistant Professor
Department of Horticulture
4017 Ag and Life Sciences Bldg.
Oregon State University
Corvallis, Oregon
U.S.A.
541-737-5468
541-737-3479
stotzhe@hort.oregonstate.edu
Molecular and cellular mechanisms of oxalate sensitivity and host susceptibility to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum.

Leon Streit
Research Manager
7230 NW 70th Avenue
Johnston, IA
USA
515-270-4321
515-254-2680
streitlg@phibred.com
Yield, Soybean Cyst Nematode, Roundup Ready Product Development

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J.P. Tewari
Professor, Department of Agricultural, Food, and Nutritional Science
University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta
Canada
780-492-4554
780-492-4265 (FAX)
jtewari@afns.ualberta.ca
Management of Sclerotinia sclerotium through use of calcium compounds as fertilizer and foliar sprays.

Christian Thaning
Department of Plant Pathology
SLU
PO Box 7035
S-750 07 Uppsala
Sweden
+46 18 671608
+46 18 671690
Christian.Thaning@vpat.slu.se
Biological Control, Sclerotinia Sclerotiorum, Bacterial Antagonists, Apothecia Inhibition, Light Requirements for Apothecia Formation

Carolina Troglia
Ph.D. Student, Dept. Plant Pathology
EEA INTA Balcarce
Sunflower – Plant Pathology Group
Ruta 226 Km 73.5
Balcarce (7620)
Buenos Aires
Argentina
(+54) 2266-439100 int 388
(+54) 2266-439101 (FAX)
ctroglia@balcarce.inta.gov.are
Epidemiology of Sclerotinia, disease prediction and search for resistance on sunflowers.

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Vince Ulstad
Senior Field Biologist, BASF Corp.
4120 - 15th St. South
Fargo, ND
USA
701-588-4542
701-588-4606
ulstadv@basf.com
Field research development of new fungicide candidate compounds for BASF in northern and western United States.

Oscar Villalta
DPIVic Vegetable and Fruit IPM
Private Bag 15
Fertree Gully Delivery Centre
Vic 3180
Australia
oscar.villalta@dpi.vic.gov.au

Nathan Walker
Department of Entomology & Plant Pathology
Oklahoma State University
127 Noble Research Center
Stillwater, OK 74078
USA
nathan.walker@okstate.edu
Turf Grass Pathology (Research, Teaching & Extension).

Jonathan West
Plant Pathology and Microbiology Department
Rothamsted Research
Harpenden, AL5 2JQ
UK
+44 (0)1582 763133 Ext.2305
+44 (0)1582 760981 (FAX)
jon.west@bbsrc.ac.uk
I do a range of applied and multidisciplinary work on various wheat and rapeseed diseases and have a growing interest in sclerotinia on oilseed rape.

John M. Whipps
Research Group Head, Plant Pathology & Microbiology Department
Horticulture Research International
Wellesbourne
Warwick CV359EF
UK
+44 (0)1789 470382
+44 (0)1789 470552
john.whipps@hri.ac.uk
Biological control of Sclerotinia. Epidemiology of Sclerotinia in lettuce.

Richard Wilson
National program Leader, USDA-ARS-NPS-CPPVS
5601 Sunnyside Ave.
Beltsville, MD 20705
USA
301-504-4760
301-504-6191 (FAX)
rfw@ars.usda.gov
Lead ARS National Program for oilseeds research. Coordinator of several national research initiatives including US Legume Crop Genome Initiative and Sclerotinia Initiative. Co-leader of in-house USDA-ARS research programs for genetics, molecular biology and agricultural product utilization research.

James Wong
Plant Pathologist, Crop Health Services
Institute for Horticultural Development
Private Bag 15, South Eastern Mail Centre
Victoria
Australia 3128
0015-61-3-9210-9356
0015-61-3-9887-3166
wongj@knoxy.agvic.gov.au
Non-chemical control of Sclerotinia spp. Sclerotinia diseases of Pyrethrum - disease forecast studies.

Chunren Wu
Plant Pathologist
1885A Mitchell Road South
Listowel Ontario
Canada
1-519-291-9777
1-519-291-2435
cwu@limagrain.ca
Canola Disease Resistance

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Indra Jeet Yadav
Ph.D Student, Department of Botany
Dr.R.M.L.A. Universitiy (K.S.S.P.G Colage)
Faizabad
Utter Pradesh
India
919415188549
919711024418
Indrajeet_sgs@yahoo.com
Study of Physiological and Biochemical changes in Phaseolous lunatus due to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum, Management of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum diseases

Caroline Young
Research Consultant
ADAS Wolver Hampton
Woothorne, Wergs Road
Wolverhampton, WV6 8TQ
UK
0144 1789 262 546
0144 1789 262 546
caroline_young@adas.co.uk
Sclerotinia sclerotiorum on lettuce and oilseed rape (canola).

Jianwei Zhao
Associate Professor
National Key laboratory of Crop Genetics and Improvement
Huazhong Agricultural University
Wuhan 430070
Hubei, P. R. China
86-27-87282225
86-27-87280016 (FAX)
jianweizhao@mail.hzau.edu.cn
Genetics of Sclerotinia stem rot in Brassica napus and inprovement of disease resistance in canola.

Jun Zhao
Professor
Department of Agronomy (East campus)
Inner Mongolia Agricultural University
Huhhaote, 010018
Inner Mongolia, P. R. China
86-4714308736
zhaojun02@hotmail.com
Genetic diversity of Sclerotinia on sunflower and mechanism of pathogenesis of S. sclerotorium on sunflower.


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