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European Association for Potato Research (EAPR) Pathology and Pests Section Meeting

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7 - 11 August 2016
Dundee, Scotland, UK
for scientists and industry
Potatoes in a field (c) James Hutton Institute

The next meeting of the European Association for Potato Research (EAPR), Pathology and Pests Section, will be held in Dundee, Scotland, UK, 7th to 11th August 2016.

This meeting covers research into potato pests and diseases with a focus on applied outcomes and attracts world-class speakers.

The program allows ample time for scientific presentations and an opportunity for participants to interact socially. The meeting will also include the chance to attend Potatoes in Practice, the largest field-based potato event in the UK.

To register your interest in the meeting or for any other enquiries please email the Organising Committee

We look forward to welcoming you to Dundee in 2016; more information is available from the event website.

Organising Committee Chair: Ian Toth
Organising Committee: Alison Lees and Sonia Humphris
Pathology Section Chairperson: Leah Tsror

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The James Hutton Research Institute is the result of the merger in April 2011 of MLURI and SCRI. This merger formed a new powerhouse for research into food, land use, and climate change.