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Models for plant growth, environment control and farming management in protected cultivation

HORTIMODEL 2016

19-22 Septembre 2016, Avignon - France

Submission

Abstracts and papers have to be submitted via ISHS submission tool: click here

A valid ISHS membership is needed in order to submit the abstract. If you (or your co-authors) are not an ISHS member yet, please proceed to http://www.actahort.org/members/newmember first and pay to activate your user account prior to submitting an abstract. You will then be entitled to register to the symposium at the 'ISHS member' rate.

Abstract submission has closed the 15 April 2016

EXTENDED MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 31 August 2016!

Abstract guidelines

All abstract for both oral and poster presentations should be prepared according to the instructions and submitted to new ISHS web submission system. An abstract in English, limited to 200-300 words in a single paragraph, is required in all cases.
The abstract should contain a concise but comprehensive statement of the problem and results. The title and abstract will be freely available on the ISHS website and should be considered an advertisement for the paper as it may be all that most viewers will read. Thus, it should be carefully and accurately written. Your abstract will be sorted and arranged to organize the program by the keywords you proposed in the abstract submission.

Proceedings guidelines

All oral speakers, must submit a manuscript for the Acta Horticulturae. Authors of posters are welcomed to submit their manuscript for Acta Horticulturae but posters cannot be published as such. Acta Horticulturae (ISSN 0567‐ 7572) is a peer reviewed series, mainly the proceedings of ISHS Symposia and the International Horticultural Congress. All Acta Horticulturae articles are available online at www.actahort.org.

Papers should be prepared following Acta Horticulturae author guidelines: click here