Welcome to IUFRO · INAFOR JOINT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2017

Promoting Sustainable Resources from Plantations for Economic Growth and Community Benefits.

Welcome to IUFRO · INAFOR JOINT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2017

Promoting Sustainable Resources from Plantations for Economic Growth and Community Benefits.

Welcome to IUFRO · INAFOR JOINT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2017

Promoting Sustainable Resources from Plantations for Economic Growth and Community Benefits.

 

 

 

 

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Important Dates

Abstract Submission

01st

October 2016

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28th

February 2017

Author Notification

31st

January 2017

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17th

March 2017

Full Paper Submission

30th

June 2017

Registration

FROM NOW

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15th

May 2017

Venue

The Alana Yogyakarta
Hotel and Convention Center

The Special Region of Yogyakarta
Indonesia

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POST CONFERENCE TRIP TO RIAU AND PACITAN ARE CANCELLED
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Jun, 08th 2017
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Dear all participant, The Organizing committee would like to say thank you very much for your great interest to participate in IUFRO INAFOR Joint International Conference 2017. However, we regret to inform you that the post conference trip to Riau and Pacitan are cancelled due to lack of participants who wants to joint the trip….

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Dear all, Thank you very much for all participation on registering for the IUFRO INAFOR Joint International Conference 2017. We are really appreciate it. Now, we reached the maximum number of author and participants. On behalf of the Oragnizing Committee, we announce that the registration for participant is CLOSED from 15th May 2017. For all…

May, 15th 2017
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Dear Participants of IUFRO INAFOR Joint International Conference 2017 To all participants who will pay the conference registration fee through bank transfer please be aware for these following matters: Every registered participant will have an invoice (that can be accessed via user dashboard participants after login athttp://iufroinafor2017.com); that must be paid in US$.  If you…

May, 04th 2017
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Biological control in tropical hardwood plantations Plantation forests of Australian hardwood species in South-East Asia now exceed 7M ha. The viability of these plantations is increasingly threatened by diseases and pests. Biological control is a sustainable option for the management of these pests and diseases. Workshop Themes: Principles of Biocontrol Biocontrol of insect pests Biocontrol…

Jan, 23rd 2017
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