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If you want to register to the symposium, click on "register for symposium".
If you wish to submit an abstract or a poster, go to the page entitled "Submission".
All attendees requiring a visa to entre France are urged to apply for their visa, as soon as possible. See France Diplomatie for more information.

Registration fees

Specific rates are applicable to ISHS members and students. If you are not belonging to one of those two groups, please choose the following category : "non ISHS member".
Two registration sessions (early and late) are planned, with increasing prices.
All registration fees include lunch, coffee-breaks on symposium days. ISHS, non-ISHS and Student fees also include the participation to cultural events and gala dinner. An extra contribution is asked for accompanying persons or one-day participants who wish to take part to the gala dinner and/or to the visit of Avignon.

Late registration (since August 1, 2016)

  • ISHS member   522 € excl VAT (626 € incl VAT)
  • Non-ISHS member  602 € excl VAT (722 € incl VAT)
  • Student  355 € excl VAT (426 € incl VAT)
  • One-day  200 € excl VAT (240 € incl VAT)
  • Gala dinner (Accompanying person or One-day registration) 70 € excl VAT (84 €  incl VAT)
  • Accompanying person (cultural events) 22 € excl VAT (26 € incl VAT)

Mode of payment

  • by credit cards (online payment through secure link)
  • by bank cheque in Euro (labelled to the order of "Agent Comptable de l'INRA") - Bank cheque to be sent to : INRA - Plantes et Systèmes de culture Horticoles - 228 route de l'aérodrome - CS 40509 - Avignon Cedex 9
  • by bank transfert in Euro to Trésor Public

Registration closed on Friday 30 September 2016