8th International Conference PPS

8th International Conference of Pakistan Phytopathological Society
8th International Conference of Pakistan Phytopathological Society “Sustainable Agriculture & Food Security: A nexus of Plant Pathogens, Climate Change and Water Challenges” November 26-28, 2023 Organized by Department of Plant PathologyThe Islamia University, Bahawalpur, Pakistan Pakistan Phytopathological Society (PPS) is pleased to announce 8th International Conference (8th ICPPS) with the theme of “Sustainable Agriculture & Food Security: A nexus of Plant Patho...

Meeting of ISPP Councilors at Lyon, France

Dr. Amjad Gondal & Dr. Nasir Mehmood Presents PPS Activities Report at ISPP Council Meeting during #ICPP2023 Lyon, France - Dr. Amjad Gondal, ISPP Councilor of Pakistan Phytopathological Society and member of the International Society for Plant Pathology (ISPP) & Dr. Nasir Mehmood, Member, PPS attended the ISPP councilors meeting held during the International Congress of Plant Pathology 2023 (#ICPP2023) in Lyon, France. During this pivotal meeting, Dr. Gondal presented a comprehe...

PPS Five Years Activity Report (2018-23)

Society Activities and publications The Pakistan Phytopathological Society (PPS) is a professional organization dedicated to the study and control of plant diseases in Pakistan. The PPS serves as a platform for members to exchange knowledge, share research findings, and collaborate on projects related to plant pathology. Society aims to promote the study of plant diseases and create awareness about their impact on agriculture and food security. It encourages research and education in the...

Development of Biopesticide Technology and Future Crop Protection

Development of Biopesticide Technology and Future Crop Protection Tentative Date:August 27, 2021 Speakers:Dr. Minshad A. Ansari, Founder & CEO @ Bionema Limited, Swansea, Wales, UK.Dr. Mudassir Iqbal, Dept. of Plant Protection Biology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden. Webinar Theme:Injudicious and repeated application of chemical-based fungicides results in a number of ill effects on humans, animals, plants and the environment. ...

How to respond to COVID-19 lockdown

From travel bans to academic operations shutdowns due to COVID-19 pandemic – coronavirus is changing life as we know it. The world is paying close attention to the outbreak of novel coronavirus, following its emergence in December 2019 in Wuhan, China. With the outbreak of a novel coronavirus declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization, people worldwide are working to address it. It’s tough to know who to trust – that’s why it’s vital to receive facts from experts. London School of ...