New technique relies on odours to detect dieback

GRAINS researchers at Murdoch University and the Department of Agriculture and Food Western Australia have developed a diagnostic tool that could deliver benefits beyond the agricultural industry to help combat the devastating plant disease Phytophthora dieback.

New technique relies on odours to detect dieback New technique relies on odours to detect dieback New technique relies on odours to detect dieback New technique relies on odours to detect dieback New technique relies on odours to detect dieback

 

Researchers at Murdoch University's Post Harvest plant biosecurity laboratory have developed a diagnostic tool which uses odours to detect the plant pathogen Phytophthora cinnamomi in soil and

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