The XVI International Botrytis Symposium will be organized by the Section of Plant Pathology of the Department of Soil, Plant and Food Sciences of the University of Bari (Italy) (DISSPA) in cooperation with the Research, Experimentation and Educational Centre in Agriculture "Basile Caramia" (CRSFA). The Symposium will be held from 23 to 28 June 2013 in Locorotondo (Bari, Italy), a small and old town looking out over the Itria Valley (Valle d'Itria), one of the most beautiful landscapes and touristic attractive areas all over the Puglia region (Southern Italy). Like in the past meetings, the Symposium will bring together scientists representing a broad spectrum of countries, topics, research approaches, crops, and agricultural practices all over the world. Skilled and young researchers with different backgrounds and interests, all focused on Botrytis and related fungi, will share knowledge, expertise, and ideas. The XVI International Botrytis Symposium will be based on invited key lectures, oral presentations and posters concerning all the most relevant aspects of Botrytis and related fungi: identification, management, ecology and epidemiology, biology, genetics, chemical and biological control, post-harvest management, -omics, post-genomics and host-pathogen interactions. The Scientific Committee and the Organizing Committee of the Symposium are doing all their best to combine an exciting scientific programme with the pleasant and friendly hospitality, excellent foods and wines, beautiful landscapes, and historical traditions characterizing the Itria Valley and the Puglia region.
Via Kamoun Lab @ TSL