The McGregor Lab at UGA will collaborate with researchers from three research institutions to use a grant from the USDA to fight whiteflies on vegetable crops. Cecilia McGregor and her lab group will be involved with research on Plant resistant traits and Molecular tools & biotechnology.
The McGregor lab participated in the The Twilight Summer Field Day highlighting fruit and vegetable research at the Durham Horticulture Farm. From Left to right: Sammy Manthi, Lincoln Adams, Jorge Reyes and Jesse Kuzy Continue Reading
NC State Department of Horticulture Watermelon group and the University of Georgia Department of Horticulture Watermelon Breeding group made presentations at the 83rd Southern Region ASHS Watermelon Research Working Group. Watermelon Variety Trials NC State Extension Specialist Jonathan Schultheis and Research Associate Keith Starke conduct annual variety trials on Melon, Pumpkin, Squash, and Watermelon. The Vegetable […]
Extension Plant Pathologists Lina Quesada from NC State and Chris Smart from Cornell join Extension Specialist Mary Hausbeck for a series of Phytophthora and Downy Mildew Workshops for Vegetable Growers at Michigan State University. Phytophthora blight in vegetables and other cucurbits is complicated by the fact that downy mildew may also be a problem. January 23, […]
Members of the CucCAP team participating in the Watermelon Research group include Cecilia McGregor and Jonathan Schultheis. Their presentations include: KASPTM Markers for Selection for Fruit Shape in Watermelon (Reeve Legendre & Cecilia McGregor) Standard size watermelon cultivar yield and quality results, North Carolina 2018. (Jonathan Schultheis & Keith Starke) Tissue firmness and Hollow Heart […]
The Plant & Animal Genome Conference (PAG) is designed to provide a forum on recent developments and future plans for plant & animal genome projects. Consisting of technical presentations, poster sessions, exhibits and workshops, the conference is an excellent opportunity to exchange ideas and applications on this internationally important project. Members of the CucCAP team […]
CucCAP plant breeders, pathologists and genomic scientists will present results of their work with cucurbit breeding lines and disease resistance at Cucurbitaceae 2018. On Wednesday, November 14, Rebecca Grumet will be the keynote speaker in the first genomics session with the presentation, The CucCAP Project: Genomic Tools and Resources to Facilitate Breeding for Disease Resistance […]
Georgia watermelon growers who have a targeted, informed disease management plan for gummy stem blight disease could save money and lessen the environmental impact of producing this favorite summertime fruit. University of Georgia horticulturist Cecilia McGregor, along with fellow UGA scientists Marin Brewer and Bhabesh Dutta, studies the impact of reduced fungicide use through early […]