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Monday, 1 July

FOYER
MEGARON ATHENS INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTER
16:00-20:00 Registration
Room MC3.2
14.00-18.00 IAPPS GB meeting
BANQUET
18:00 -20:00 Opening Ceremony
Welcome address
20:00-21:00 Opening Keynote Lectures
20:00-20:30 The effect of climate change on plant protection
Dan Bebber
20-30-21:00 Phytiatry as a distinct University science, for the benefit of global agriculture and forestry
Eleftherios (Eris) C. Tjamos
21:00 Welcome Reception

Tuesday, 2 July

BANQUET SKALKOTAS MC2 MC3 CONFERENCE I
08:30-11:00
1
Unlocking the potential of microbiomes for sustainable agriculture
2
Novel concepts and approaches in managment of fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae)
3
Responses of plant genotypes to pathogens and development of novel techniques for improvement of crop resistance to diseases
4A
Grapevine trunk diseases
5
Vascular wilts
11:00-11:30 Coffee Break - POSTER SESSION
11:30-14:00
6A
Advances with biopesticides to meet plant protection challenges
7A
Understanding pathogen-vector-host interactions in globally important pathosystems
8
Networking tools to manage transboundary pests
4B
Grapevine trunk diseases
9
New advances and technologies for postharvest diseases control
14:00-15:00 Light Lunch - POSTER SESSION
15:00-15:30 Plenary Lecture
Strategies for developing and implementing digital identification tools
Prof. Geoff Norton
15:30-16:00 Plenary Lecture
Enabling sustainable agriculture through understanding and enhancement of microbiomes
Dr. Victor Carrion
16:00-16:30
Plenary Lecture

Impact and control of transboundary/invasive banana wilt pathogen, Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cubense
Prof. Arie Tsutomu
16:30-17:00 Satellite Lecture EVYP
Effectiveness of Bait Sprays and Mass Trapping using Dacus Bait 100 for IPM of Bactrocera oleae: Field Results from Crete, Greece
17:00-18:00
6B
Advances with biopesticides to meet plant protection challenges
7B
Understanding pathogen-vector-host interactions in globally important pathosystems
10A
Impact and control of transboundary/invasive pests
18:00-18:30 Coffee Break - POSTER SESSION
18:30-21:00
11
Canker disease of fruit, nut and vine crops
7C
Understanding pathogen-vector-host interactions in globally important pathosystems
10B
Impact and control of transboundary/invasive pests
12
Herbicide-Resistant Weeds - A Global Perspective
13
Incorporating indigenous knowledge into plant protection science

Wednesday, 3 July

BANQUET SKALKOTAS MC2 MC3 CONFERENCE I
08:30 - 11:00
14
Microbiomes and their role in plant pathology
15
Components of IRM programs in an IPM framework
16
Diseases in tree crops and forests
17
NLR guided strategies for durable disease resistance in crop plants
18A
Fungicide resistance: diagnosis, risk assessment and management, Integrated pest management
11:00-11:30 Coffee Break - POSTER SESSION
11:30-14:00
19
Plant Health research coordination: an international endeavor
20A
Biopesticides and biofertilizers
21
Selected highlights in plant protection
22
Management of biological Invasions in a changing world
18B
Fungicide resistance: diagnosis, risk assessment and management, Integrated pest management
14:00-15:00 Light Lunch - POSTER SESSION
15:00-15:30 Plenary Lecture
Molecular diagnostics for rational use of pesticides and resistance management of agricultural pests
Prof. John Vontas
15:30-16:00 Plenary Lecture
Microbial pesticides: Discovery, piloting and scaling up in Africa
Dr. Sunday Ekesi
16:00-16:30 Plenary Lecture
Cross-kingdom RNA trafficking between plants and fungal pathogens
Prof. Hailing Jin
16:30-17:30 Satellite Symposium
BASF Axalion® active: redefining modern sustainable piercing © sucking insect control
17:30-18:00 Coffee Break - POSTER SESSION
18:00-20:30
23
Plant Health - Phytiatry
20B
Biopesticides and biofertilizers
24
Emergent forest diseases in a changing and Interconnected world
25
Emerging pests with relation plant biosecurity and food safety
26
Environmental fate, ecotoxicology, risk assessment, and remediation of pesticide residues

Thursday, 4 July

BANQUET SKALKOTAS MC2 MC3 CONFERENCE I
08:30 - 11:00
27A
Biological control of insect crop pests
28
Sustainable mycotoxin management in a climate change future
29Α
Improving resistance - key to meet future challenges - Plant Breeding
30
Microbial interactions in ecosystems: negative or positive consequences on plant health
1 14th IVS
Recent Advances in Verticillium Biology through Genomics
11:00-11:30 Coffee Break - POSTER SESSION
11:30-14:00
27B
Biological control of insect crop pests
31
Challenges and opportunities in implementing IPM in Africa
29B
Improving resistance - key to meet future challenges - Plant Breeding
32
Eco-epidemiological and pathobiome perspectives on diseases caused by mycotoxigenic fungi
2 14th IVS
Recent Advances in Verticillium wilt Management
14:00-15:00 Light Lunch - POSTER SESSION
15:00-15:30 Plenary Lecture
Food security in Africa needs policy support for sustainable plant health management
Prof. Christian Borgemeister
15:30-16:00 Plenary Lecture
Weed Management Challenges and Opportunities to Close Yield and Profitability Gaps in Smallholder Rice Production in Asia
Virender Kumar
16:00-16:30 Plenary Lecture
Coordinated approach for transboundary plant pest and disease management
Fazil Dusunceli
16:30-17:00 Satellite Lecture SYNGENTA
How Biologicals can support the transition to Regenerative Agriculture systems
17:00-17:30 Satellite Lecture CORTEVA
Reklemel active: a novel tool for integrated nematode management – key learnings from a global nematicide development project
17:30-18:00 Coffee Break - POSTER SESSION
18:00-20:30
33
Unveiling Nature's Arsenal: The Role of Volatile Compounds in Plant Protection
34
Advances in biosecurity measures for emerging and invasive pests
35
Chemical ecology and biological control
36
Challenges in sustainable plant disease management in a changing climate
3 14th IVS
Recent Advances in Verticillium - plant interaction

Friday, 5 July