Research Fellow/Diagnostics Coordinator, Centre for Crop Health, University of Southern Queensland.
Dante has over twenty years experience working on various aspects of plant pathology including diagnostics, resistance and management of plant diseases. Dante is currently working on GRDC projects to develop rapid diagnostic tools for fungi and bacteria affecting summer and winter grain crops in the Northern region. He works with other researchers nationally to develop a greater understanding of the plant pathogens affecting grain crops and effective control strategies to minimise the impacts of the diseases they cause.
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Articles by Dr. Dante L. AdoradaRe-visiting management options for charcoal rot in sorghum
Disease-free winter crops, save for stem rust late in the season
Summer paddock survey finds fungal and bacterial diseases decreased but not eliminated
Diagnosing plant diseases: What do we ask and why do we ask for it?