Germany meets Denmark – Challenges and Perspectives for Plant Nutrition in 2030
Unfortunately, due to the guidelines of the Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel, the conference can not take place as originally planned.
Registered participants have already been contacted.
Instead, the conference will take place online as a zoom webinar. In addition, the poster sessions will be held as a Gathertown-Meeting. The speakers in the sessions will each have 2 minutes to present their Poster.
The abstract book, posters and conference links can be found in a password-protected area (click here). Participants of the conference received the password via Email.
For more information, please contact the organizing committee.
The German Society of Plant Nutrition (DGP) announces the 53. Annual Conference, September 22nd-24th in Kiel, Germany. The bilateral meeting will be held under the motto “Germany meets Denmark – Challenges and Perspectives for Plant Nutrition in 2030 according to new fertilizer laws in Europe” which is also reflected in the topics of the sessions. You are kindly invited to contribute to one of the sessions, which are outlined in the circular, together with keynote speakers from Denmark.
- Nutrient availability and cycling in soils
- Nutrient acquisition and homeostasis
- Nutrient functions in plants
- Plant Nutrition, Yield stability and Food Quality
- Fertilizers & Fertilization
- Toxicity and remediation
- Ecosystem nutrition and Environmental pollution
Registration and abstract submission
Please register using the registration form below. Abstracts can submitted by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for abstracts: June 30th
Please prepare your abstract in Microsoft Word by using the provided template.
Please also indicate the session you would like to be allocated to:
• Session 1: Nutrient availability and cycling in soils
• Session 2: Nutrient acquisition and homeostasis
• Session 3: Nutrient functions in plants
• Session 4: Plant Nutrition, Yield stability and Food Quality
• Session 5: Fertilizers & Fertilization
• Session 6: Toxicity and remediation
• Session 7: Ecosystem nutrition and Environmental pollution