Kozhikode: The Indian Phytopathological Society, South Zone, in association with the Indian Institute of Spices Research (IISR) here, is holding a national symposium on various aspects of climate change and their impact on diseases of crops.
The two-day symposium ‘Changing plant disease scenario in relation to climate change' will be held at the IISR Silver Jubilee Hall from October 22.
Scientists, researchers, faculty members and students of research institutions, universities and colleges who are interested in plant pathology and keen to apply it in their own domains can participate.
Abstracts of original work in plant pathology related to agriculture or connected fields are invited.
The society has also invited applications for the Prof. M.J. Narasimhan Academic Merit Award Contest. For more information, visit the official web page of the symposium at www.spices.res.in/ips-sz-symposium.