Oct 18, 2022
The Science of Plant Pathology and Indigenous Ways of Knowing
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In this episode, Dr. Hanareia Ehau-Taumaunu, postdoctoral scientist at Bioprotection Aotearoa and Plant and Food Research, joins host Jim Bradeen for a conversation about her perspectives as an Indigenous woman and a scientist.The two chat about Indigenous ways of knowing, what shaped her career path, and her research on phyllosphere composition.

Show notes

The full transcript for this episode can be found here:

Ehau-Taumauna, H. and Hockett, K. (2022) Passaging phyllosphere microbial communities develop suppression towards bacterial speck disease in tomato. Phytobiomes.

Tuhononga: The Interconnection of Maori and Nature (Phipps Conservatory)

Find Dr. Hanareia Ehau-Taumaunu on Twitter: @hanareiaehau

This episode is produced by Association Briefings.

Special Guest: Hanareia Ehau-Taumaunu.

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