December 4-6, 2018; Islamorada, Florida, USA

About the Conference

Phytophthora fruit rot of watermelon.

Phytophthora fruit rot of watermelon caused by Phytophthora capsici.

Scientists working on oomycete pathogens of a variety of crops will present and discuss recent advancement in various aspects of oomycetes, including biology, epidemiology, taxonomy, genetics, diversity, host resistance, chemical control, and integrated disease management. Representatives from world leading companies will present updates on new product development and registration. The meeting will provide a great platform for global scientific community to network and discuss collaborations to combat plant diseases caused by oomycete pathogens. Scientific researchers, students and industry representatives are warmly welcome to attend this conference.


Alex Csinos, University of Georgia, USA
Pingsheng Ji, University of Georgia, USA
Pamela Roberts, University of Florida, USA
Conference Organizers

 

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January 31, 2017 |

Registration Information

Early registration (by November 6, 2018): US$300 (regular), US$200 (students)

Late registration (after November 7, 2018): US$400 (regular), US$300 (students)

January 31, 2017 |

Abstract Submission

Abstract Submission – CLOSED


June 8, 2016 |

Soilborne Oomycete Conference On Twitter

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RT @EricR_Larson: Had a great time presenting @soilborneoomyc1. Met fun people, saw awesome research, and relaxed @cheecalodge. #oomycetes…
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Thanks to all the presenters and attendees for a great Soilborne Oomycete meeting! See you in December 2020 in the Florida Keys! https://t.co/f3i3zmIu66
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RT @QuesadaLabNCSU: Lindsey Thiessen explaining how her lab is developing race-specific diagnostics for Phytophthora nicotianae to guide ho…
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