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Abstracts being accepted for International Plant Protection Congress

The abstract deadline for the XVIII International Plant Protection Congress (IPPC) 2015 has been extended to 8 February, 2015 (23:55 hrs, GMT +1).

Please click here to submit your abstract online. Please note that no adaption of your abstract is possible after the abstract deadline has expired.

All abstract authors will be notified about their type of presentation after the reviewing process has been finished; approximately by the end of April. 
Please note that in case your abstract has neither been accepted as oral or poster presentation and therefore you are not able to attend the conference, we will fully reimburse your registration fee. 
If you have any further questions regarding the congress, please contact the organizing agency Conventus via phone +49 3641 31 16-374 or email ippc@conventus.de.

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