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2020 Calendar of IYPH-Related Events

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Upcoming Events

EVENT

LOCATION

DATE (2020-2021)

The Ohio State University 2020 Plant Sciences Symposium​

Colombus, OH
Summer (TBD)
The 25th International Conference on Virus and other graft transmissible diseases of Fruit crops
Amersfoort, The Netherlands
June 22-26
American Phytopathological Society Annual Meeting: Plant Health 2020

Denver, CO

August 8-12

BioAg World Congress
Sacramento, CA
August 26-28
Plant Health, Agriculture & Bioscience Conference (PHAB 2020)
Hague, Netherlands
September 9-11
Workshop on Sea Container and Cargo Cleanliness
Washington, DC September 29- 30

IYPH International Plant Health Conference

Helsinki, Finland

October 5-8

ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting

Phoenix, AZ

November 8-11

Entomological Society of America: Entomology 2020

Orlando, FL

November 15-18

International Phytobiomes Conference 2020
Denver, CO
December 1-4
The Continental Dialogue on Non-Native Forest Insects and Diseases


TBD
Events Scheduled in 2021
Pre-Border Prevention: A New Conversation on Invasive Pest Pathways Through Trade Denver, CO
October 30-31, 2021

Safeguarding 2020: Bringing the Future in Focus
The Safeguarding 2020 Conference will be North America’s definitive plant health safeguarding and safe trade event. Register today!

Washington, DC

Postponed until 2021.

NAPPO Annual Meeting


Postphoned untl 2021


Past Events

EVENT

LOCATION

DATE (2020)

American Phytopathological Society Congressional Lunch-n-Learn: Dr. Tim Gottwald, USDA/ARS Research Leader and Plant Pathologist, will kick off the year by Introducing Plant Health and its Treasure Troves from the past, including the impacts of plant diseases.
Washington, DC
January 14
Biological Products Industry Alliance (BPIA) 2020 Annual Meeting and Symposium Portland, Oregon
March 2-4
American Phytopathological Society Congressional Brunch-n-Learn: The speaker will focus on Healthy Plants for Healthy People by discussing four cornerstone features of our culinary table - coffee, chocolate, bananas and orange juice.
Washington, DC
March 3
American Phytopathological Society Congressional Lunch-n-Learn: Dr. Pamela Ronald, Distinguished Professor at the University of California-Davis and Director of the Institute for Food and Agricultural Literacy will present Healthy Plants for a Healthy Planet addressing Changing Climate.
Washington, DC April 23
FAO North America and Corteva Agriscience Virtual Roundtable on “Protecting Plant Health for a Secure Future: A call for Global Action”
Join FAO North America and Corteva Agriscience to understand what the global community is doing to protect plant health, what role farmers and agribusinesses are playing, and how food companies are interacting with supply chains to drive improved plant health. (Recording of Webinar)
Zoom webinar
May 20
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