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The International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) Secretariat is soliciting nominations for authors for the following IPPC diagnostic protocols on the work programme of the Technical Panel on Diagnostic Protocols:
• Mononychelus tanajoa (2018-006)
• Citrus leprosis virus (2018-025)
• Psyllid vectors of Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum (2018-030)
• Pyricularia oryzae (syn. Magnaporthe oryzae) on Triticum spp. (2019-002)
• Microcyclus ulei (2019-003)
• Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici UG 99 (2019-004)
Nominations are due on 07 October 2019.
Further details are available on the IPP at: https://www.ippc.int/fr/core-activities/standards-setting/calls-and-consultations/calls-for-dp-authors/
The International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) Secretariat is soliciting submissions for experts to take part in:
• the Technical Panel on Phytosanitary Treatments (TPPT) (see Specification TP3)
• the Technical Panel on Diagnostic Protocols (TPDP) (see Specification TP1)
Nominations are due 01 October 2019.
The next TPPT face-to-face meeting is tentatively planned to be held from 22 to 26 June 2020. For more information about the TPPT please click here.
The next TPDP face-to-face meeting is tentatively planned to be held from 17-21 August 2020. For more information about the TPDP please click here.
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The International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) Secretariat is soliciting:
Purpose of the Guide:
The IPPC Guide on Plant Pest Surveillance is meant to support the implementation of the International Standard for Phytosanitary Measures (ISPM) 6 Surveillance. ISPM 6 was revised by IPPC contracting parties (CPs) during CPM – 13 (2018), the IPPC Guide on Plant Pest Surveillance needs to be updated accordingly.
Who can Apply and Contribute:
NPPOs, RPPOs and other international organizations wishing to share their experiences and knowledge with the ...
The Implementation and Capacity Development Committee (IC) wishes to collect, consolidate and share phytosanitary implementation and capacity development (ICD) project information. Such initiative aims to promote global ‘best practice’ principles, maximize research and development investment, promote project synergies, minimize duplication and facilitate networking opportunities amongst plant health professionals.
We are soliciting information regarding ongoing projects at country, regional and global level.
Further information on the IC review of these projects is available at the Appendix 14 “Strategy and process on how the IC reviews and analyses Implementation and Capacity Development projects” to the May 2019 IC meeting report.