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Seed Treatment Conference, 2008

Seed Treatment Conference, 2008

Proceedings of the Conference

29 May 2008, Prague, Czech Republic

As per the previous Conference on Seed Treatment, the objective of this conference was to update participants on recent developments in technical, regulatory and practical aspects of seed treatments; with a special focus this year on Eastern European Countries. As the Seed Treatment and Environment Committee of the International Seed Federation (ISF), organiser of the conference is composed of representatives of the seed, crop protection and the seed treatment industries, the conference aimed at a balanced and comprehensive coverage of the subject.

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Organic Seed: Challenges and Opportunities for Organic Agriculture and the Seed Industry, 2004

Organic Seed: Challenges and Opportunities for Organic Agriculture and the Seed Industry, 2004

Proceedings of the Conference (book form)

05 - 07 July 2004, Rome, Italy

This conference organised jointly by FAO, IFOAM and ISF aimed at providing an opportunity for international information and knowledge exchange between the organic movement and the 'conventional' seed sector. It focused on scientific and technical aspects related to organic seed, and reviewed regulatory requirements for organic seed.

All the relevant stakeholders of the organic seed sector, scientists/plant breeders, seed producers, farmers, certifiers, governments and organic sector bodies participated thereby creating a platform for networking and cooperation.

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Protection of Intellectual Property and Access to Plant Genetic, 2004

Protection of Intellectual Property and Access to Plant Genetic, 2004

Proceedings of the Seminar (CD ROM)

28 May 2004, Berlin, Germany

Evolution in science, technology and legal thought in the past two decades has raised new questions in intellectual property protection of plant related inventions and access to genetic resources for plant breeding. The intersection between intellectual property and plant genetic resources has given rise to intense, and sometimes heated, debates in government, NGO and industry circles at the international level.

This seminar provided the context to this debate and helped to better understand how advances in science and technology have changed the way in which plant genetic resources are used and the corresponding manner in which intellectual property laws has expanded. See Abstracts.

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