Having the right tools is half the battle – TRAPI

Having the right tools is half the battle – TRAPI

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Having the right tools is half the battle – TRAPI

October 17, 2022 @ 1:00 pm 2:00 pm EDT


Register to Webinar

Todays Genetic Tools to help measure success for increased Truffle Production. This is NATGA’s first webinar under the TRAPI umbrella.


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Dr. Gregory Bonito

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor of Mycology, plant-fungal interactions, truffle ecology, & evolution of bacterial endosymbiosis in fungi.

Prof. Bonito studies ecology & evolution of plant-fungal-bacterial associations, with a particular interest in below ground root associated fungi including truffles, mushrooms & molds. These organisms provide important links between plants & soils & are functionally important to plant health & nutrition, nutrient cycles, & energy flows.…

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Mark Coleman

Forestry Faculty

TRAPI project director. Forestry Faculty at University of Idaho for the past thirteen years.

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Ben Lemmond

Ph.D. student

Ph.D. student at the University of Florida working on several projects related to the ecology and systematics of ascomycete truffle fungi.

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Inga Meadows

Extension Plant Pathologist

Inga Meadows is an Extension Plant Pathologist for Vegetables (primarily tomato) & Herbaceous Ornamentals, Department of Entomology & Plant Pathology. She addresses disease issues for commercial vegetables & greenhouse growers by providing recommendations for disease prevention or suppression. Her program conducts research aimed at improving tools for managing disease.


October 17, 2022
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EDT
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