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Agronomy & Physiology
Breeding & Varietal Assessment
Pathology & Pests
This issue of the Newsletter is devoted in large parts to the fast approaching Triennial EAPR Conference in Versailles. Almost 300 of submitted abstracts and 12 international keynote lectures promise an excellent scientific event....
The first newsletter of 2015 brings you news from the first meeting of the renewed EAPR Council that took place in Leuven, Belgium, on 22-23 of January 2015...
Since November 2015 five EAPR section meetings have been organised (in chronological order) in Vico Equense (Breeding and Varietal Assessment), Ljubljana (Virology)...
For many of us, the coming months will be synonymous with scientific exchange and discussion during the four section meetings which will occur from the end of May till...
Welcome to the second EAPR Newsletter of 2015. The Breeding and Varietal Assessment Section meeting ended a few days ago...
This newsletter celebrates the success of the 19th Triennial Conference organised by the Belgian Organisation Committee and masterminded by our past President Jean‐Pierre Goffart from CRAW‐ Gembloux.
2014 will follow the same dynamic with the organization of the 19th Triennial Conference in Brussels. More than 300 abstracts have been submitted recently
October 2013 Newsletter for the Members of the European Association of Potato Research (EAPR)
February 2013 Newsletter for the Members of the European Association of Potato Research (EAPR)
The first Council meeting after the Oulu Conference was held in January 2012 at the ISHS (International Society of Horticultural Sciences) Office in Leuven (Belgium)...
The next Triennial Conference will be organised in Belgium in 2014. The Belgian potato sector has already started the first steps of the organisation and will be proud to welcome you warmly!...
EAPR will hold the General Meeting of the Association in Oulu, Finland, during the 18th Triennial Conference (www.eapr2011.com). Preparations for the General Meeting have been started...
December 2010 Newsletter for the Members of the European Association of Potato Research (EAPR)
The Council of EAPR will meet on January 14-15, 2010. One of the important issues on the agenda is the final step in the process of normalising EAPR administration, which will allow operating our association...
This year 2009 is also something special for the potato because EVOLUTION is the theme of the year. Scientific societies and many forms of media will highlight evolution because 200 years have passed from the birth of Charles Darwin...
Potato has been highlighted in many ways in this year. The sudden escalation of food prices created worries about food security and brought potato to the spotlight. As a local commodity, potato prices are less prone to be affected by the world market...
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