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Upcoming events in 2017

VII South-Eastern Europe Symposium on Vegetables and Potatoes

What Symposium
When 20th to 23rd Jun 2017
Where Maribor, Slovenia (SVN)
More Info http://vp2017.um.si/
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From June 20th to 23rd 2017 the VII South-Eastern Europe Symposium on Vegetables and Potatoes will take place in Maribor, Slovenia. The event is organized by University of Maribor, Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHS) and will consist of a program with scientific presentations, as well as a workshop by the FAO on "GAP of greenhouse production on small farms in SEE”. Abstracts will be accepted until December 1st, 2016. For more information please visit the official website here.

International Symposium on Smart Horticulture for Sustainable Cities

What Symposium
When 25th to 29th Jun 2017
Where Perth, Australia (AUS)
More Info http://perthnrm.com/perth-nrm-programs/sustainable-agriculture/smart-horticulture-for-sustainable-cities.aspx
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The International Society for Horticulture invites to Perth, Australia, for the International Symposium on Smart Horticulture for Sustainable Cities from June 25th – 29th, 2017. Abstract submission deadline is October 30th, 2016 and the deadline for registration is April 30th, 2017. The themes covered at the symposium will range from reducing the ecological footprint, via resource conservation, and food security to recreational horticulture. Papers that address the issues of e.g. community gardens, conservation and habitat preservation, sustaining and rehabilitating degraded soils, managing remnant bushland, food security and many more will be accepted. The symposium will be organized into plenary presentations on the following three topics: innovations to create more food secure cities, managing public open space and remnant bushland for more sustainable outcome, maximizing the benefit from our most limited resource – water. The last day will consist of field trips in the Perth metropolitan area. Tour themes include: managing the remnant bushland – conservation and biodiversity, managing sustainable public open spaces for recreation, intensive horticulture production (hydroponics), balancing rural and urban demands for land (Swan Valley), community gardens and grower direct marketing. For more information please click here.

Workshop on the Interlinkages and policy coherence between the fight against hunger (SDG2) and other goals of the German National Sustainable Development Strategy

What Workshop
When 29th Jun 2017
Where Bonn , Germany (DEU)
More Info http://www.globalhort.org/news-events/events/#news-707
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On June 29th, 2017, the German Development Institute (DIE) and GlobalHort are hosting a workshop on the Interlinkages and policy coherence between the fight against hunger (SDG2) and other goals of the German National Sustainable Development Strategy. The workshop will take place at the DIE in Bonn from 1pm to 6pm. The workshop is the first of a series with the goal to:

 

• Determine the interlinkages between SDG2 and other SDGs

• Highlight areas of engagement in German politics, which promote SDG2 and areas that need increased attention

• Examples for the implementation of SDG2 in Germany

• Create an awareness for the need to collaborate across sectors

• Strengthen the cooperation across sectors through the creation of a network

 

 

Several SDGs and linkages to the German National Sustainable Development Strategy will be discussed in a number of breakout-groups. The topics of those groups will be determined together with participants before the workshop. To be part of this process and the workshop itself please register until May 25th by contacting Christiane.Weller@die-gdi.de. For more information (in German only) please click here.

VIII Symposium on Mineral Nutrition of Fruit Crops

What Symposium
When 27th to 30th Jun 2017
Where Bolzano, Italy (ITA)
More Info http://mnutrition2017.events.unibz.it/home/
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From June 27th to 30th the 8th Symposium on Mineral Nutrition of Fruit Crops will take place in Bolzano, Italy. The event is convened by University of Bolzano-Bozen and co-organized with the Italian Society of Horticultural Science (SOI). Topics will include:

• Sustainable approaches to nutrient management (including soil management, intercropping and biofertilisers)

• Bioactive Compounds and mineral nutrition

• Trends in Fertilizer consumption

• Diagnosis of Plant Nutrient Status

And many more.

 

Abstract submission is possible until January 30th, 2017. The Early bird registration deadline is April 15th, 2017. Registration for the symposium will be possible until June 15th, 2017. For more information please click here.

International Symposium on Survey of Uses of Plant Genetic Resources to the Benefit of Local Populations

What Symposium
When 17th to 21st Jul 2017
Where Antananarivo, Madagascar (MDG)
More Info http://www.ishs.org/symposium/575
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The International Symposium on Survey of Uses of Plant Genetic Resources to the Benefit of Local Populations will be held in Antananarivo, Madagascar from July 17th to 21st, 2017. The event is convened by the Departement of Agro-Management of the University of Anatanarivo. Abstracts can be submitted until January 31, 2017. Click here. for more information

IX. International Congress on Hazelnut

What Congress
When 15th to 19th Aug 2017
Where Samsun, Turkey (TUR)
More Info http://www.hazelnut2017.org/index.html
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From August 15th to 19th, 2017 the 9th International Congress on Hazelnut is going to take place in Samsun, Turkey, The event is organized by ISHS in collaboration with ORDU University.

 

The following is a list of topics that will be addressed at the congress:

• Germplasm and Genetic Improvement

• Biology and Phsiology

• Orchard Management

• Pests and Diseases

• Post Harvest

• Marketing, Economics and Policies

 

Early bird registration will be possible until May 15th, 2017. The deadline for abstract submissions is April 1st, 2017. You can find more information on the official website of the event here.

International symposium on growing media, soilless cultivation and compost utilization in Horticulture

What Symposium
When 20th to 25th Aug 2017
Where Portland, United States (USA)
More Info http://newbeginningsmanagement.com/compsubsci2017/
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From August 20th to 25th, 2017 the International symposium on growing media, soilless cultivation and compost utilization in horticulture is going to take place at the Campus of Portland State University in Oregon, USA.

Topics will include:

- Cultivation of plants in soilless substrates and hydroponics

- Characterization of soilless substrates and composts

- New technologies for compost production and characterization

- Novel use of compost in plant production

 

The symposium also entails visits to innovative greenhouse and nursery growers, compost producers and an excursion to the Oregon Garden, which displays a wide range of crops of the region. Furthermore the Farwest Horticulture trade show will be held in conjunction with the symposium. The deadline for early bird registration is March 22nd, 2017. Please click here for more information.

International Symposium on Greener Cities for More Efficient Ecosystem Services in a Climate Changing World

What Symposium
When 12th to 15th Sep 2017
Where Bologna, Italy (ITA)
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Between September 12th and 15th of this year the International Symposium on Greener Cities for More Efficient Ecosystem Services in a Climate Changing World is going to take place in Bologna (Italy). The symposium will span across the disciplines of landscape architecture, and environmental engineering to horticulture. It is meant to bring together scientists, entrepreneurs, practitioners and policy makers and offers various different schemes for interaction from traditional scientific sessions, to business, training and networking sessions. The main themes of the symposium will be:

• Cities and climate change

• Smart horticulture for sustainable cities

• Green infrastructures for more efficient ecosystem services

• Designing and engineering greener cities: bridging visions

 

Early Bird Registration is possible until June 30th. For more information please click here.

The 9th World Environmental Education Congress

What Congress
When 9th to 15th Sep 2017
Where Vancouver, Canada (CAN)
More Info http://gupes.org/index.php?classid=3246&newsid=3797&t=show
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The 9th WEEC will be organized by the WEEC Permanent Secretariat and the Institute for Environmental Learning (IEL) and will take place in Vancouver Canada from September 9th – 15th, 2017. It will focus on cultural and environmental factors which explains the choice of the title “Culturenvironment Weaving new connections”

 

Themes of the 9th WEEC are:

• Local Outdoor Learning

• Greenest City Projects

• Place-Based Learning

• First Peoples Epistemologies

• Urban Ecosystems

• Cultural Diversity

• Systems Thinking/Complexity

• Aesthetics and Artistic Expression

• Social Responsibility as Pedagogy

• Moral Development and Environmental Ethics

• Innovations in Research/Development

• Communicating in a Climate of Uncertainty

 

Furthermore the event will highlight urban ecosystems and local initiatives that have the potential to become global ones. Please find more information here.

II International Symposium on Fruit Culture along Silk Road Countries

What Symposium
When 2nd to 6th Oct 2017
Where Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH)
More Info http://silksym2017.org/
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The 2nd International Symposium on Fruit Culture along Silk Road Countries “Fruits for the Future” is going to take place at the Hotel „Leotar“, Luke Vukalovića 1, 89101 Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina from October 2nd to 6th, 2017. The aim of the symposium is to broaden our understanding of fruits and fruit cultivation and promote cooperation between Eastern and Western countries. Topics will include biology, genetic resources, climate change, pollinators, cultural practices and economic and social impacts of fruit culture besides others. The Symposium is organized by International Society for Horticultural Science and convened by the Society for Horticultural Sciences of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the University of Banja Luka and the Society for Pomology of Republic of Srpska. The deadline for abstract submission is March 1st, 2017. To read the first announcement of the symposium please click here.

6th International Chestnut Symposium

What Symposium
When 9th to 13th Oct 2017
Where Samsun, Turkey (TUR)
More Info http://chestnut2016.org/genel_bilgiler.html
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The 6th International Chestnut Symposium is going to take place in Samsun, Turkey from October 9th to 13th, 2017. The symposium will consist of poster and oral presentations and field trips. Topics range from chestnut breeding, via biotechnology and genetic resources to physiology and ecology, post harvest and processing, pest and disease management and others. The International Centre of Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (CIHEAM) is also offering grants to partially or totally cover the participation of some applicants. For more information please visit the official website here.

Upcoming events in 2018

XXX. International Horticultural Congress (IHC2018)

What Congress
When 12th to 16th Aug 2018
Where Istanbul, Turkey (TUR)
More Info http://www.ihc2018.org/en/default.asp
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Under the motto ‘Bridging the World through Horticulture’ the XXX. International Horticultural Congress will take place from August 12th to 16th, 2018 in Istanbul, Turkey. Invited are academics as well as all stakeholders of the horticulture industry, policy makers and others with an interest in horticulture. The congress will consist of 33 symposia, various colloquia, 6 workshops, training sessions and tours. You can register online starting on January 31st, 2017, which will also be the start for submitting abstracts. Early bird registration will close on January 31st, 2018. For more information click here.

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