Within the FruitCREWS COST Action, two e-seminars will be organized to showcase the latest research results in the realm of plant sciences.
The first e-seminar, titled “Plant-based Sensors for Continuous Monitoring of Tree Water Status” is scheduled for December 12th, 2023, at 15:00 CET with two distinguished speakers. Alan Lakso from Cornell University and Florapulse will elaborate on the topic “Deployment of the FloraPulse Microtensiometer to Monitor Stem Water Potential in Support of Physiology Research and Irrigation Scheduling. Additionally, Martin Thalheimer from Laimburg Research Station will introduce “FylloClip – a New Foliar Sensor for Monitoring Plant Water Status.”
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The second e-seminar, titled “Vineyard Irrigation Management, from Climate Data to Soil Microbiome” is scheduled for January 11th, 2024, at 15:00 CET. Our esteemed speakers for this session include Javier Jose Cancela Barrio from the University of Santiago de Compostela, presenting on “REGAVID. Prediction of Climate Data to Support Irrigation Scheduling”, and Daniel Revillini from IRNAS-CSIC who will discuss “FunVine: Harnessing the Soil Microbiome to Promote Sustainable Vineyard Management under Drought.”
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Mark Your Calendars – More E-Seminars Coming in 2024!
Excitingly, we have planned additional e-seminars approximately once a month throughout 2024, featuring diverse topics and esteemed speakers. If you are passionate about plant sciences and wish to contribute as a volunteer speaker, we invite you to fill out our interest form here. Your insights could be the next highlight in our e-seminar series!
We look forward to your active participation in these enlightening sessions!