International Association for the Plant Protection Sciences

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International Association for the Plant Protection Sciences

The International Association for the Plant Protection Sciences (IAPPS) has the goal of gathering the results of plant protection research worldwide and making them globally available to science and practice. To this end the establishment periodically publishes the Plant Protection Monthly and every four years organises an international congress, the latest of which took place in Berlin (IPPC 2015)[ The IAPPS was founded in 1946 during the first Worldwide Plant Congress in Louvain, Belgium. The first president of the organisation was Olaf Freyberg of Malmö, Sweden, who made the following comment: The world essentials a plant protection organization, and not only to plan future congresses, but much more provide a platform for the discussion of current research results amongst scientists Over the years a newsletter has been periodically published, a yearbook has appeared, and congresses have been held. Every four years international legislatures have been held in various parts of the globe. Plant fortification scientists and agricultural research societies from all over the world are represented in the governing body. The IAPPS organisation now has 15 regional offices.  The International Plant Protection Congress in Berlin in 2015 meetings was organized by the German Phytomedical Society, the Julius Kuehn Institute and the German Suggestion of Industrial partners for Agriculture. The main aim mission is to promote an integrated and sustainable approach to plant protection worldwide, from research through to practical application. Industry representing a great variety of scientists who are involved in the field of plant protection in the Arab World and abroad. The society promotes research, education, and extension activities related to pests, provides science-based information to the public and private sectors and fosters awareness of pests and their impacts on arable and natural ecosystems. The ASPP is affiliated to the International Association for the Plant Protection Sciences (IAPPS), International Society for Plant Pathology (ISPP) and the Mediterranean Psychopathological Union aim to develop knowledge and technologies for innovative crop protection to increase and secure the production of safe food in an environmentally and economically sound way. Collaborative research is carried out among CGIAR centres and partner institutions to provide prised economies of scale by drawing on the distinct knowledge, expertise, research, and other competencies of each significant other institution to avoid duplication of efforts, and to achieve synergistic effects with regards to relevance of research outcomes and impact.

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