Symposium: Plant and Soil Microbiome relevance for crop protection

This one-day symposium, organised by the Royal Netherlands Society of plant Pathology (KNPV),
deals with the microbiome of plants and the soil in relation to plant diseases.

The keynote address will be held by Gabriele Berg, professor at the Technical University of Graz, Austria. After that, there
will be two plenary scientific sessions in English, on Plants and on Soil. A third session on Practice will
involve four pitches presenting the viewpoint of four companies, followed by a discussion. Expect to
be engaged in a lively debate.

Visit this day on a unique location, the Akoesticum, in the old Maurits military building, close to
railway station Ede-Wageningen. Do not miss this!

Register for this day through Admission is free for members of the KNPV, students
and press. Non-members pay €25 by advance bank transfer to IBAN: NL77ABNA0537845259 (Bank:
ABN-AMRO attn. KNPV), but they can also choose to become a member with free admission now and
pay the yearly fee of €25 from 2018 onwards.

When: November 2, 2017
Where: Akoesticum, Nieuwe Kazernelaan 2 - D 42, 6711JC Ede

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