Ingo is the associate leader of potato research at the James Hutton Institute and a Reader at the University of Dundee. His research connects the disciplines of plant pathology and potato genetics to deliver crop protection against biotic threats. He explores the tremendous diversity of resistances in the Commonwealth Potato Collection and characterises resistances on a molecular level prior to mobilising effective genes into breeding programmes.
Project Report Year One - Delivering a sustainable potato industry for Scotland through management of potato cyst nematode (PCN)
A summary report of progress made across the work packages addressed by the PCN working group in year one.