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INNOHORT 2015 - Innovation in Integrated & Organic Horticulture

INNOHORT 2015

INNOHORT 2015

Innovation in Integrated & Organic Horticulture

 Avignon University, France   June 8-12, 2015

 

Please, find the abstracts book available for download on [Presentations page].

 

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Aim and Scope of the INNOHORT Symposium 

The production of fruits and vegetables will have to improve in the near future, in order to feed a growing and knowing population, while facing global changes and environmental issues. This entails limiting the dependence of horticulture on external inputs, promoting high standards of produce quality and maximizing ecosystem services.

INNOHORT symposium has brought together researchers from a wide horizon, to share their views and knowledge to design the integrated and organic horticultural cropping systems of tomorrow. Scientific breakthroughs also rely on the integration of different forms of knowledge in the innovation process.
One ambition of this symposium was also to examine to what extent gaps can be bridged between scientists from different backgrounds, between researchers and stakeholders, between research and action.

Topic 1: The biological dimensions of production (quantity and quality, nutritional and organoleptic): new knowledge to mobilize, from gene to the fresh product.
Topic 2: Plant responses to biotic and abiotic stress factors: mechanisms involved, interactions and prospects for applications to organic and integrated production.
Topic 3: Crop and quality management: cultural and post-harvest practices at various organisational levels.
Topic 4: Design and evaluation of integrated and organic horticultural systems: innovative cropping patterns and management methods.
Topic 5: Performances and their evaluation criteria: from field to food (qualities and standards).

June, 8, 2015 - INNOHORT 2015 Entrance

INNOHORT 2015 Entrance

Avignon University - 25 Boulevard Limbert - 84000 Avignon - 43.949987, 4.819324

For more information about parking or hotel, see Practical info page

Important dates:

Deadline for abstract submission

February, 18, 2015

Notification of acceptance for oral and poster presentations

February, 28, 2015

Symposium registration opening

January, 6, 2015

Early Bird registration closing

April, 26, 2015

Deadline for full-papers submission

May, 25, 2015

Registration deadline

May, 28, 2015

INNOHORT 2015 opening

June, 8, 2015

End of INNOHORT 2015 symposium

June, 12, 2015

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