Climate change, biodiversity, and ecosystem services: The view from Plant Pathology
An explanatory presentation to explain how climate change, biodiversity, and ecosystem services interact with plant diseases. Various diseases are explained as a consequence of biodiversity interactions. How the SANREM project addresses climate change and the management of pest and plant diseases is explained by population dynamics, resistant cultivars, and pesticides applications according to climate changes. As part of the SANREM project research, characterization of traditional quinoa, potato and oca varieties is developed in Umala through participatory evaluation. Results are presented.