CABI joins partnership investigating native fungi to help protect British cereal crops from pests and diseases

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CABI has joined forces with FA Bio and Crop Health and Protection (CHAP) as part of a two-year feasibility study investigating the power of native fungi to provide protection against pests and diseases blighting British cereal crops.
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A guide to isolating pathogens with Dr Phil Taylor

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CABI has produced a new video guide to the isolation of fungal and bacterial pathogens from diseased plant tissue.
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CABI blog most read of 2022

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As 2022 draws to a close, we have crunched the numbers and compiled the top 20 most-read articles on the CABI Blog this year. Plus a few firm favourites. Articles regarding CABI’s work in Pakistan proved popular this year, as well as the ‘How to be’ blog series written for International Day of Women and…
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Strengthening mycology research through coordinated access to microbial culture collection strains

CABI scientists have outlined a series of recommendations in a new paper published in the CABI Agriculture & Bioscience journal which serve, as the research title suggests, to help strengthen mycology research through coordinated access to microbial culture collection strains.
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Secrets of ‘military mould’ unearthed after being hidden for over 75 years

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Just a day before the plan for the invasion of France – known famously as ‘Operation Overlord’ – was confirmed on 8 February 1944, the now defunct Ministry of Supply (MoS) convened a conference on the prevention of mould growth of which CABI was privy to its information deemed ‘secret.’
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