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Category Biology; Agriculture

Deadline: May 31, 2019 | Date: October 13, 2019-October 16, 2019

Venue/Country: DoubleTree by Hilton Stratford-upon-Avon, Arden St, U.K.

Updated: 2019-04-02 19:44:59 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP

The pests, pathogens and weeds infesting field vegetables are becoming increasingly difficult to manage due to the reducing availability of conventional pesticides, particularly for minor crops such as vegetables, and the very high quality standards set by retailers and consumers. For these and other reasons associated with pesticide use there is considerable interest in Europe and elsewhere in integrated approaches that minimise the use of pesticides without compromising marketable yield.

The aim of this meeting, hosted jointly by the IOBC Working Group ‘Integrated Protection of Field Vegetables’ and the Association of Applied Biologists, is to provide crop protection specialists/practitioners with the opportunity to explore new approaches to crop protection, present the results of their recent research, and discuss ongoing research and issues that are of mutual interest and whose resolution may benefit from a multi-disciplinary approach.

Descriptions of papers can be submitted by mailing or faxing the attached sheet to the AAB Office, or online via our web site at

Hover over ‘Conferences’ in the main menu and click on ‘Submit an Abstract’ from the drop-down list. This will take you to our Abstract Submission form where you can enter your contact details and upload your abstract as a word document.

Please indicate if your offer is for a poster or a platform presentation and add whether you are a student to your abstract submission. Alternatively, you can send your abstract to John Andrews at the AAB Office:

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