Cucurbit production in Georgia is affected annually by a variety of pests and diseases. Two diseases in particular, fusarium wilt and cucurbit anthracnose, have been a cause of concern for the last five years.
Cucurbit Genetics, Genomics, & Pathology
Scientific articles published and cited by CucCAP researchers
Cucurbit Genetics Cooperative report #46
Amnon Levi, editor of the CGC requests that members of the Cucurbit research community submit reports for CGC #46 (2022-2023) by February 28, 2023. Author style instructions can be found on the CGC website.
Cucurbit Genetics Cooperative call for papers
Send your 2022-2023 report or manuscript to Amnon Levi (firstname.lastname@example.org) by February 28th, 2023.
Cucurbit Genetics Cooperative Reports #44 & 45
CucCAP scientist James D. McCreight is a contributor to the 2021 CGC report.
CucCAP researchers develop watermelon breeding lines with broad resistance to Phytophthora capsici
CucCAP researchers developed 5 Phytophthora fruit rot resistant watermelon germplasm lines with high levels of resistance against a broad range of diverse P. capsici isolates collected from across the United States.
Call for papers for CGC #44
Members of the cucurbit breeding, genetics, and genomics research community are encouraged to submit reports for the 2021 -2022, Cucurbit Genetics Cooperative Report #44. Manuscripts or reports should be submitted to Amnon Levi by February 28th, 2022.
Cucurbit Genetics Cooperative #44 | call for papers
Editors of the Cucurbit Genetics Cooperative are now accepting reports for CGC #44.
Vegetable Pathologist Post Doc position at Cornell
The Smart Lab at Cornell School of Integrative Plant Science seeks a Post-Doctoral Associate to study oomycete pathogens of vegetables including Phytophthora capsici.