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Our colloquium will take place on Thursday, 19th of October 2017, at 9:30 o’clock in the HS Gartenbauwissenschaft (Auf dem Hügel 6). This event is open to the public and we warmly invite attendees. Registration is not necessary. (Oct 06, 2017)
On Monday, October 16th 2017, at 10 o’clock our PhD candidate Verena Overbeck will give a presentation about her PhD studies. (Oct 05, 2017)
“bio-innovation” is a platform for technology transfer between universities, colleges and companies within the Rhineland. The event took place on September 14th at the Ley Tree Nurseries. (Sep 15, 2017)
A festive colloquium was held on 7th September to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Horticulture Competence Centre (KoGa). At the same time, this event was in honour of Professor Georg Noga’s lifetime achievement. He will retire at the end of September. (Sep 14, 2017)
On September 14th at 9:00 o’clock the event takes place at Tree Nursery Ley in Meckenheim. In addition, Dr Blanke will give an incentive presentation. (Sep 13, 2017)
The guest of honour on the 6th of September 2017 was horticultural scientist Prof Dr Dimitrios Savvas from the Agricultural University of Athens. (Sep 11, 2017)
The EU project TOMRES started in June 2017 under the leadership of the University Turin. Scientists in Bonn will identify tomato cultivars which can maintain high yield under reduced nutrient and water availability. (Sep 06, 2017)
Our colloquium will take place on Wednesday, 6th of September 2017, at 10:15 o’clock in the HS Gartenbauwissenschaft (Auf dem Hügel 6). This event is open to the public and we warmly invite attendees. Registration is not necessary. (Aug 18, 2017)
In the temperate fruit growing area in Southern Brazil, fruit congresses alternate between the ENFRUTE in the ‘Parque de Maca’ in Fraiburgo in one year and the Seminario Internacional de Fruticultura in Vacaria in the next year. (Aug 10, 2017)
Worldwide, a tremendous amount of food is lost during harvest, transportation and storage. This challenge is being addressed within the BioSC project RIPE. Its focus lies on the plant hormone ethylene, which influences fruit ripening. (Jul 28, 2017)