Vienna, miCROPe Symposium 2015

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MICROBE-ASSISTED CROP PRODUCTION – OPPORTUNITIES, CHALLENGES & NEEDS“,
from November 23rd to 25th , 2015, in the Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna, Austria.

The symposium will address basic and applied aspects of applying beneficial microorganisms in crop production. Scientific sessions will address mechanistic understanding of beneficial plant-microbe interactions, microbiome interactions, transfer of microbial applications from lab to field, formulations and registration issues. In addition, in a roundtable discussion, with stakeholders from different sectors, issues related to consumer and farmer acceptance will be considered.

COST Action FA1103 has the pleasure to announce that the high number of 60 presentations will be selected for travel cost reimbursement according to COST rules. Selected presenters will be informed automatically approx. 4 weeks after Abstract submission deadline.

>> The videos from the oral presentations are now available on the miCROPe webpage for viewing in the “Detailed Program” Just click the video button to view the selected talk. Additionally, the videos will be posted regularly on the facebook page https://www.facebook.com/micrope.symposium. <<<

MAIN TOPICS

Successful microbial products
Need for microbial solutions
Colonization and mechanisms of beneficial plant-microbe interactions
Involvement of multitrophic and microbiome interactions
Microbial applications from lab to field
Application technologies and formulations
Benefits and potential concerns for consumers and farmers
Registration requirements of microbial products

SATELLITE WORKSHOPS
organized by Marc Stadler and Anna Maria Pirttilä
“Applications of endophytes and their secondary metabolites to combat phytopathogens”
November 26th , 2015
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THE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Angela Sessitsch – AIT Austrian Institute of Technology
Alexandra Khassidov – Austrian Association of Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology
Stéphane Compant – AIT Austrian Institute of Technology
Carolin Schneider – Institut für Pflanzenkultur e.K.
Zlata Kovacevic – AIT Austrian Institute of Technology

CONGRESS OFFICE:
ÖGMBT – Austrian Association of Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology,
c/o University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences,
Muthgasse 18, 1190 Vienna
T: +43(1) 47654-6394,
F: +43(1) 47654-6392
E: office@micrope.org
W: http://www.micrope.org

is the official agriculture magazine partner of the miCROPe 2015 Symposium

 

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