Graham R. Stirling


Graham R. Stirling has 35 years experience in research, has published more than 70 scientific papers and has been made an Honorary Member and Fellow of the Australasian Plant Pathology Society for his services to the Society and to Nematology. He has extensive experience in both temperate and tropical agriculture, having worked in Queensland, South Australia and California on many crops, including wheat, rice, stonefruit, apples, citrus, grapes, pineapples, ginger, sugarcane, tomatoes, potatoes, and other vegetables. He is recognized internationally for his work on nematodes, particularly biological control, and is also an experienced plant pathologist and soil biologist. Dr. Stirling with his wife Marcelle, runs a company that provides research and disease diagnostic services to Australia's rural industries.