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Symposium international sur la rose à Angers

Registration closed June 5th, 2017

No on-site registration will be accepted

Welcome reception

Sunday, July 2nd / 18h15-20h15

Musée des Beaux Arts, 14 Rue du Musée - Angers (in the center of Angers)
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VII International Symposium on Rose Research and Cultivation

ISHS Rose 2017 

2-7 July, 2017

 Angers (France) 

 

We will be very pleased to welcome you in Angers (France) for the VII International Symposium on Rose Research and Cultivation. This symposium, held under the auspice of the International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHS), will take place in Agrocampus-Ouest from July 2th to July 7th 2017.

This symposium will be the opportunity to gather breeders, producers and researchers working on roses from all over the world. The symposium will cover all areas of rose research with updates on the most recent developments in all fields: agronomy, physiology, genetics, genomics… As the previous rose ISHS symposium in Hanover, our objectives are to have a high scientific level and to promote discussions among participants.

This conference  will allow you to enjoy Angers, a charming city near the Loire valley. It is also an important area for garden rose production in France and in Europe.

We look forward to seeing you in Angers.

Fabrice Foucher
for the organizing committee

 

Nous sommes très heureux de vous accueillir à Angers (France) pour le 7ème symposium international sur les recherches et la culture du rosier. Ce symposium se tiendra sous les auspices de la société internationale pour la science horticole (ISHS) et aura lieu à Agrocampus Ouest du 2 au 7 juillet 2017.

 

Ce congrès sera l’occasion de réunir des sélectionneurs, des producteurs et des chercheurs travaillant sur le rosier du monde entier. Ce symposium couvrira toutes les domaines de recherche sur le rosier: agronomie, physiologie, génétique, génomique, sciences humaines et sociales… Comme pour le précédent symposium ISHS rose, qui s’était tenu à Hanovre (Allemagne), nos objectifs sont d’avoir un excellent niveau scientifique et de faciliter les discussions parmi les nombreux participants.

 

Cette conférence permettra de profiter des charmes de la ville d’Angers, située près de la vallée de la Loire. L’Anjou est aussi une région importante de production de rosiers en France et en Europe.

Au plaisir de vous rencontrer à Angers

 

Fabrice Foucher
Au nom du comité d’organisation.