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This proposed EUPHRESCO project will promote the interaction and exchange of knowledge and experience among the participant partners with the aims of:
The project will explore the potential channels to disseminate relevant information to key stakeholders and generate information to raise awareness of the potential threat of introduction of pathogens to new areas through seed movement.
This is a multi partner project with partners from Austria, Belgium, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, UK and USA. Information generated from the project will provide sound scientific evidence of seed borne fungi. This information will be useful to professionals (nurseries, producers, foresters, importers), policy (government), scientific community (researchers) and for any interested party. There is a need to raise awareness about the potential risks of introducing pests and diseases through seed movement and trade.
FR is leading Project management and co-ordination of the Project.
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