2016 PGRSA Annual Conference Program Now Available

The PRGSA has an excellent program set for the 43rd Annual PGRSA Conference, which will take place from July 16 – July 21, 2016. The conference will play host to numerous leading scientists involved in a cross section of current topics in Plant Growth Regulation. In addition to outstanding invited keynote presentations, there will be a dynamic program of submitted papers and posters across a broad range of topics related to growth regulation and crop improvement.

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Post-conference PGRSA 2016 Tour Location Wins National Recognition

The James B. Hunt Jr. Library, located on the scenic North Carolina State campus, was recently awarded the 2016 National Medal for Museum and Library Service from the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services. The Hunt Library is just one of several compelling research sites that attendees of the 2016 PGRSA Annual Conference, held in Raleigh, North Carolina.

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Keynote Speakers Announced for 2016 PRGSA Annual Conference

The Plant Growth Regulator Society of America (PGRSA) and the Plant Growth Substance Special Committee in the Chinese Society of Plant Biology are proud to announce the keynote speakers for the 2016 PGRSA Annual Conference: Dr. Kevin Folta, University of Florida; Dr. Bernard Glick, University of Waterloo; Dr. David Hiltz, Acadian SeaPlants; Dr. Becky Langer, Bayer Crop Science Bee Care Center; Dr. Daniel Leskovar, Texas A&M University; and Dr. Cary Mitchell, Purdue University.

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2015 PGRSA Annual Conference to be Held in Hawaii

Join PGRSA July 19-23, 2015 on the ‘Big Island’ of Hawaii for the 42nd annual meeting!

The Sheraton Kona Resort and Spa at Keauhou Bay will be the perfect backdrop for this meeting, which promises to be filled with great keynote speakers and general sessions. Conference tours will be arranged to visit some of the uniqueness of Hawaii. Special room rates, starting at $169/night (including parking, trolley transportation through town, and internet), have been negotiated.

Student paper and travels awards are available.

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