Registration for the 2024 workshop is now open
The themes is influenced by the rampant late blight epidemics experienced in some countries during the 2023 growing season
Registration for the 19th EuroBlight workshop is now open.
Please read about the scope of the workshop, important deadlines and registration procedures before you register.
Scope of the workshop
Emphasized by the rampant late blight epidemics experienced during the 2023 growing season, important themes for the workshop in the Netherlands will be:
Integrated (IPM/ICM) control strategies exploiting knowledge of the host, the pathogens and their interactions for improved control strategies meeting the F2F requirements.
Breeding for host resistance: status, goals, current and future possibilities, obstacles and outlook.
Fungicide efficacy: resistance avoidance strategies and use of alternative products to sustainably control late blight and early blight.
Precision agriculture, monitoring and decision support - success stories, available tools, outlook, obstacles and how to tackle them.
Short reports from Euroblight’s sister networks.
How can a global view of host and pathogen information help to develop and promote IPM/ICM solutions for individual farmers?
Registration process step-by-step:
Costs for the venue, lunches, dinners, the mid-conference excursion and transportation within the workshop are kindly covered by our sponsors.You must pay for your own travel and accommodation.
In the case of over-registration (>100), the organizing committee will review participation based on active contributions. This decision will be announced no later than the 18 December.