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Symposium international sur le nématode du pin, un organisme invasif qui menace les pins en France et en Europe

PWD 2020

Early registration is now open until November 15th, 2019

> Register rapidly: the number of registrations is limited
> Abstract submission is possible until October 1st,  2019

A special issue emanating from this symposium will be published in a scientific journal
International Symposium IUFRO on Pine Wilt Disease
International Symposium IUFRO on Pine Wilt Disease
March 9th to 13th 2020, Orléans (France)

Since the first detection of the pine wood nematode, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus, in Portugal in 1999 and in Spain in 2008, this major threat of pine trees is subjected to increased and permanent monitoring in France and more generally in Europe. Native to North America, it was accidentally introduced in Asia where it causes severe damages. It was detected in Japan in 1905, in China in 1982, in Korea in 1988 and in Taiwan in 1995. It was detected for the first time in Europe in 1999 close to Lisbon in Portugal, and since has spread to nearly all the country including the Portuguese island of Madeira in 2009, but also extended into different forests in Spain since 2008.

 The scientific community studies this invasive pathogenic nematode, its insect vector (Monochamus spp.) and the susceptibility of pine trees. This requires multidisciplinary approaches gathering experts in nematology, entomology, tree resistance, ecology, genetics and modelling.

 This symposium is organized in the frame of IUFRO working party 7.02.10 “Pine Wilt Disease” ; https://www.iufro.org/science/divisions/division-7/70000/70200/70210/. Previous symposiums took place in Korea in 2016, Germany in 2013, China in 2009 and Portugal in 2006. About 100 participants are expected at this IUFRO symposium in Orléans (the number of participants is limited; please register as soon as possible).

Orléans is located at about 100 km South from Paris, close to two important forests: Orléans forest on the North-East (which is the largest state forest in metropolitan France composed of oaks, hornbeams, beeches, birches and pines ) and Sologne in the South (natural forest region composed of oaks, pines, birches, and numerous ponds).

This place is ideal for nature lovers and for tourism. It is located in the Loire River valley (UNESCO World Heritage Site) close to many castles (e.g., Chateau and Estate of Chambord).