The two-day workshop offers a platform for exchange on new approaches in precision crop protection. Representatives from science, industry and practice are cordially invited to present and discuss current research results..
A prerequisite for precise crop protection and, thus, for a reduction in plant protection agents, is rapid information on the health status of field crops, covering as much of the area as possible. How can sensors be used to identify the location and intensity of the occurrence of pests and weeds in the field? How can data collection be automated? How can the number and location of pest nests be included in the application of crop protection agents in the future, in addition to the growth heterogeneity of the crop itself?
The two-day workshop offers a platform for exchange on new approaches in precision crop protection.
Representatives from science, industry and practice are cordially invited to present and discuss current research results.
Workshop "Sensor-based detection of pathogenes in field crops"
Time: Mai 12-13, 2022
Venue: CIRCLE@ATB, Potsdam, Germany
Participation is free of charge.
The workshop is planned as a face-to-face event. The up-to-date CORONA regulations apply.
Language: German and English
Call for Papers (PDF)
Feb 28 Registration and submission of abstracts (< 150 words) via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
March 7 Feedback on acceptance of the oral presentation and call for full papers
March 25 Final program, submission of the full paper
Reviewed full papers will be published in a special issue of the scientific journal 'Gesunde Pflanzen‘ (IF: 1.102) .
The event will be held as part of the project Precision Plant Protection for Safe Food Production (PrecisionPS). Partner in the project is the University of Tabriz, Iran. The project receives financial support within the framework of bilateral cooperation with Iran by the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), Project Management Agency: DLR, FKZ 01DK20084)..