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SOLIBAM final congress

Category: News
5 April 2014

Diversity strategies for organic and low input agricultures and their food systems

SOLIBAM final congress: 7-9th July 2014 in Nantes-France

Call for oral presentations and posters, and registration are open for the SOLIBAM (Strategies for Organic and Low-input Integrated Breeding and Management) final congress

Deadline for submission of abstracts: 5th May 2013
Deadline for early registration fee: 30th April 2014

As described in the booklet, the main theme will be covered by 6 different sessions:

  1. Transdisciplinary research for organic and low-input agricultures
  2. Managing diversity for robustness, resilience and yield stability
  3. Diversity for specific adaptation and evolutionary processes
  4. Diversity for quality in organic systems “soil to fork”
  5. Sustainable food supply systems from diversity
  6. Agriculture for a future society: challenging paradigms

Each session will be organised with a keynote speaker, one SOLIBAM presentation and 2-3 more short presentations of selected papers.

Thus people are invited to submit abstracts.

More information on the congress website

Keywords: SOLIBAM plant breeding

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