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BotrySclero2020

BotrySclero2020 
8-12 juin 2020- AVIGNON - FRANCE

Joint 18th international Botrytis symposium & 17th Sclerotinia symposium

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2019/10/14 - Registration fees

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Welcome to BotrySclero2020

Joint 18th international Botrytis symposium & 17th Sclerotinia workshop
June 8-12, 2020 -AVIGNON, FRANCE

 
Dear Colleague,

You are warmly invited to attend the next joint 18th International Botrytis Symposium & 17th International Sclerotinia Workshop, which will be held on 8-12 June 2020 in the magnificent medieval city of Avignon, France.
For the first time, the Botrytis and Sclerotinia communities will gather to exchange on various aspects of the biology and agricultural impact of these closely related fungi. This meeting will provide a unique opportunity to share the latest scientific information on the genetics, ecology, epidemiology, host pathogen interactions, and innovative tools and strategies for the management of these major plant pathogens.
Save the dates, and please feel free to forward this invitation to other scientists of related fields.
We are looking forward to seeing you in Avignon!

Sincerely,
 
Dr. Marc Bardin                                                          Dr. Sabine Fillinger
Local Organizer                                                         Head of the Scientific Committee

https://colloque.inra.fr/botrytis-sclerotinia-2020/
botrysclero2020@inra.fr
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