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ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

The Northeastern Plant, Pest, and Soils Conference (NEPPSC) is organized in cooperation with the Northeastern Weed Science Society (NEWSS), the Northeast Branch of the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and the Soil Science Society of America (NE ASA-CSAA-SSSA), and the American Society of Horticultural Science-Northern Region (NR-ASHS). The goal of this meeting is to provide a venue to bring together people with interests in entomology, plant pathology, weed management, horticulture, agricultural systems, agronomy, and soil science to share ideas and the results of scientific studies and outreach programs. The members of the NEPPSC strive to enhance educational programs and the promotion of sound scientific solutions for our shared areas of interests in the Northeastern region of the United States of America, and provide an inviting setting for students to share their work and network with current and future peers.

DATES AND VENUE

January 4-7, 2021

The 2021 NEPPSC will be virtual.

Program and registration details are being developed. Current intent is to conduct morning and afternoon general sessions that will cover the traditional submitted content. Registration rates will reflect the cost of the software and services required to effectively conduct the meeting online.

EVENT INFORMATION

Titles Due: September 30, 2020. Submission will be via weedscimeetingabstracts.com, beginning September 1, 2020. Proceedings abstracts and meeting slide presentations need to be uploaded by January 3, 2021.

Registration: Opens November 1, 2020. Rates to be determined.

Program Overview: Sessions will include Student Poster, Student Presentation (general session, judged), research posters, meeting theme symposium, student symposium, and volunteer presentations in Agronomic Crops; Fruit, Vegetable, and Tree Crops; Turf, Ornamental, and Non-crop; and Weed Biology and Ecology.

Additional Information: For program questions, contact Caren Schmidt (caren.schmidt@basf.com), and general meeting questions, contact Art Gover (aeg2@psu.edu).