Webinar: Fighting Microbes with Microbes to Protect Our Native Trees (Free)

2:00 3:00 pm (Eastern)

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Fighting Microbes with Microbes to Protect Our Native Trees

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Rachael Antwis, PhD, University of Salford

Ash dieback is a fungal disease sweeping through Europe, causing up to 95% loss of ash; one our most common tree species. In this seminar, Dr. Rachael Antwis will provide an overview of the disease, and how researchers are attempting to limit the loss of this important tree species. She will also discuss her recent research, funded by the TREE Fund’s Jack Kimmel International Grant, looking at how natural microbial communities in ash leaves may be important for regulating disease progression within the host.

Please note this webinar is limited to 1,000 registrants.  In order to receive ISA or SAF CEU credits, please submit your Certification# in the space provided on the registration form.  TREE Fund will submit your name and Certification# to both ISA and SAF for watching entire live broadcast of this webinar.

This webinar is co-sponsored by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System