Associate Professor Field Crops Pathology University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba.
Adam is originally from the US and has over 20 years of agronomy and pathology experience. In the US he worked with several crops in Indiana, Nebraska and Kansas including sorghum, maize, potato, soybean, wheat and canola. Immediately prior to joining USQ he led the International Rice Research Institute’s (IRRI) plant disease management team in the Philippines working with tropical and sub-tropical rice diseases globally. His main expertise is the epidemiology and ecology of plant pathogens and modelling plant diseases. Currently he leads the summer crop pathology research theme at USQ in the Centre for Crop Health and his work focuses on integrated disease management of sorghum, mungbean, peanut and rice diseases.
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