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Melanie Barnett Feb 18
"It has been described as a Noah’s Ark for citrus: two of every kind" and now the disease is at its doorstep 😢
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Noah Merrell 2h
🆘 This is miss Kiesha. She is my new plant and she was mislabeled when I bought her. Please someone tell me how to better take care of her. She is browning on some leaves. Thank you plant twitter.
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BSPP 4h
📢Plant Health Undergraduate Studentships🌿Funding for project proposals from researchers open now Apply before 17th March for summer 2020
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OSU Plant Sciences Symposium Feb 21
Today, we are highlighting External Funding Committee chair Isabel Emmanuel (). Learn more about the rest of the External Funding Committee at
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Beastie the Bug 6h
Replying to @bug_beastie
I wonder if Pyricularia oryzae is as damaging rugby pitches as it is on football pitches? This fungus is also causing the devastating and .
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Siddika Mithani 2h
is an opportunity to showcase CFIA’s team of scientists who develop new DNA-based tools to test insects and pathogens. To learn more about the work they do, visit
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Plants EFSA 6h
Replying to @EFSA_EU @NikKriz and 13 others
: our (SNEs) in Maria Rosaria Mannino from the French Ministry of Agriculture and Food and Mart Kinkar from the Estonian Agricultural Board chatting about the importance of , their role and experience at 🌱🌍 👏
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Mireille Marcotte 5h
how species can spread? Today is the 1st day of . Take a few minutes to learn more about what you can do with prevent the spread of . Small changes to our behaviours can have huge impacts on .
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IPPC | International Plant Protection Convention 8h
🤔 | Sri Lanka 🇱🇰 is improving their national phytosanitary system during a second Phytosanitary Capacity Evaluation (PCE) mission in the country. ➡️ 🌿
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EU Food Safety Feb 18
🍎🌻🌱 Are you aware of the new EU rules that entered into force on 14 December? Remember to check them before bringing fruits, flowers or plants with you from outside the EU. More information here 👉
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Massive Science 10h
Up to 40% food crops are lost to pests, says. But new plant vaccines could help to save our plants from harmful insects and viruses.
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Creative Concern Feb 21
Check out our new film for the International Year of Plant Health - a momentous opportunity to celebrate the benefits of healthy plants. We built the website too
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Anses Feb 23
Today and tomorrow, 🦗 will be among us to illustrate how quickly plant pest can spread and raise awareness on . Come and meet Beastie!
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Plant Health ISP Feb 20
We are excited to welcome three new group leaders who'll all be working on aspects of and on the park. Congratulations to , and
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Canadian Food Inspection Agency 4h
It's ! We'll share plant health wisdom every day this week. There's a lot you can do to help protect in Canada! 🐛🌱🍅🌲
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Plant Health ISP Feb 23
Potato late blight, caused by the oomycete pathogen Phytophthora infestans, is the most severe disease of cultivated potato and tomato, and causes billions of pounds of crop losses every year. 54/366
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PlantVirusVectors Feb 20
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American Seed (ASTA) 8h
Protecting can help end hunger, reduce poverty, protect the environment, & boost economic development. We’re sharing how the seed industry helps to ensure healthy seeds for healthy plants and healthier people.
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AgriFutures Australia Feb 22
The UN has declared 2020 as the International Year of Plant Health . is one of many R&D's collaborating on high priority plant health risks through the Plant Biosecurity Research Initiative: For more go to:
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Plant Health ISP Feb 22
Pathogens secrete effector proteins into plant cells to suppress the plant’s defence mechanisms. How effectors work, and the identity of their targets in the host is one area of research that ' lab focus on.  53/366
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