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Grape Day 2021: Britt Eubanks, OSU

This is the third seminar presented during the May 18 Grape Day webinar session. Britt Eubanks, a graduate research assistant in the lab of Dr. Laurent Deluc at Oregon State University, summarizes…

From  Denise Dewey 13 plays

Grape Red Blotch Disease Webinar - Dr. Achala KC

Dr. Achala KC, Assistant Professor of Plant Pathology at OSU's Southern Oregon Research Center, presents work on virus testing methodology and virus titer for Grapevine Red Blotch Disease. This…

From  Patricia Skinkis 23 plays

How to Scout for Grapevine Trunk Disease in Spur Pruned Vineyards

This video features Dr. Patty Skinkis, Professor and Viticulture Extension Specialist, Oregon State University, describing how to scout for grapevine trunk disease in a cordon-trained, spur pruned…

From  Patricia Skinkis 288 plays

How to Scout for Grapevine Trunk Disease in Cane Pruned Vines

This video shows how to look for signs of trunk disease in grapevines during dormancy. This video features Dr. Patty Skinkis, Professor and Viticulture Extension Specialist, OSU. The video was…

From  Patricia Skinkis 362 plays

Research Seminar 2019: Dr. Akif Eskalen, UC Davis

The seminar is presented by Dr. Akif Eskalen, cooperative extension specialist in plant pathology at UC Davis. Dr. Eskalen summarizes his research on the biology, etiology, and epidemiology of…

From  Denise Dewey 55 plays

20160509 The wait for a host: Understanding Erysiphe necator overwintering and early season inoculum release

Grape powdery mildew, caused by Erysiphe necator, is a polycyclic disease that causes economic losses related to the costs of management and damage to grapes. The epidemic begins with the release of…

From  Denise Dewey 174 plays

20150529 From Nursery to the Vineyard: Study of Trunk Diseases in British Columbia

Grapevines are the second largest fruit crop in British Columbia with a cultivated area of over 10,000 acres and a farm gate value of over $35 million CAD. Future economic sustainability depends on…

From  Denise Dewey 173 plays

Inspiration Dissemination Featuring Javier Tabima (8-15-2013)

Inspiration Dissemination is a radio program on 88.7fm KBVR -- Oregon State University's student run radio station. This program is entirely produced by students. In this episode, the hosts are…

From  Joseph Hulbert 74 plays

USPest.org - "MyPest Page" for pest and disease risk models

Uspest.org - Introduction to "MyPest Page" with hourly weather data and multiple disease risk and degree-day models. Includes a brief introduction to disease mapping, available for selected…

From  Leonard Coop 485 plays

Directed Evolution of Barley

Dr. Patrick Hayes explains plant breeding research done on barley to develop varieties that are disease resistant and temperature tolerant for the Pacific Northwest growers.

From  Leighann Auer 20 plays

BB 450/550 Lecture for November 8, 2010

BB 450/550 Biochemistry lecture by Kevin Ahern. Topics covered include protein trafficking, flu virus, cell signaling, G-proteins, 7TMs, epinephrine

From  Kevin Ahern 16 plays

BB 450/550 Lecture for October 6, 2010

BB 450/550 Biochemistry lecture by Kevin Ahern. Topics covered include protein secondary, tertiary and quaternary structure. It also include myoglobin, hemoglobin, and protein folding as it relates…

From  Kevin Ahern 11 plays