Hello! On behalf of the 36th Council, I welcome you. To those who are long-timers, I thank you for your continuing support, and to those newcomers, welcome again! Having been a member of this Society for many years, I can assure you that you have made a wise decision in joining our Society.
The Malaysian Plant Protection Society was established in 1976 aiming to serve as a platform to discuss and generate knowledge pertaining to plant protection in Malaysia, and to disseminate such knowledge effectively. Through meetings, seminars and publication like this newsletter, our society has a wide reach, bridging the very related but oft separated scientific, industrial, government and grassroots communities. The success of our commitment is reflected in the growing number and diversity of the Society’s members.
Going forward the Society aims to further consolidate its organization and contribution to the society through various activities planned from time to time. Last but not least, I hope we will meet in future MAPPS activities. Together, let’s grow MAPPS to its true potentials and be the flag-bearers of plant protection in Malaysia!
We are pleased to inform that the Asian-Pacific Weed Science Society (APWSS) and Malaysian Plant Protection Society (MAPPS) will organize the 27th Asian-Pacific Weed Science Society Conference 2019 (27th APWSS) which will be held from September 3-6, 2019 at the Riverside Majestic Hotel, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia.
Therefore, it is a great pleasure to invite you to participate in this conference. Carrying the theme “Weed Science for Sustainable Agriculture and Environment”, this conference will focus on developments in the science of weed management and discuss challenges faced by researchers, practitioners and consumers on problems related to weed management.
Important Dates Abstract deadline: May 31, 2019 Notice of acceptance : June 30, 2019
Register now and kindly visit our website at http://www.apwss2019.org for online registration. For further information, please contact our conference secretariat, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nur Azura Adam at [email protected].
Weed biology, physiology and ecology
Weed management in cropped areas
Weed management in non-cropped areas and aquatic system
Herbicide resistant weeds and herbicide tolerant crops
Allelopathy and allelochemical in weed management
Biological weed control
Climate change impact on crop-weed interaction and management
Invasive weed management
Weed risk assessment, management and quarantine method
Herbicide behaviour in soil and water
Education and extension in weed science
Herbicide formulation and application technology
Novel herbicides and herbicide mode of action
Utilization of weeds for value-added products
Precision and advances in weed control technology
Prof. Dr. Stephen Powles Herbicide Resistance and its Management in Asian Pacific: Challenges and Opportunities
Prof. Dr Emeritus Robert Zimdahl Agriculture’s Ethical Horizon: The Role of Weed Science in Sustainable Farming
Prof. Dr. Stephen William Adkins Impact of Climate Change on Weed Management
Prof Dr. Do-Soon Kim Plant Image Science (Plant Phenomics) as a New Tool for Weed Research
Dr. Shiv Shankhar Kaundun Evolution and Non-Target Site Resistance Mechanism in Weeds
Dr. Michael D. Day Biological Weed Control: Challenges and Opportunity
Dr A.N. Rao Future of Weed Science
Prof Dr. Samunder Singh Ecobiology and Management of Phalaris minor