Plant Health 2022
Plant Health - 2022 will be held on 25th June 2022 as a virtual event which will be hosted at the Postgraduate Institute of Science (PGIS), University of Peradeniya. This is the Second of a series of Symposia to be organized by the Sri Lanka Association for Mycology and Plant Pathology (SLAMPP)
This will provide a platform for presenting new findings and discoveries in Mycology and diseases in plant and harvested produce. The deliberations at the Symposium will cover several sub-themes in Plant Pathology and Mycology
Towards Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Strategies for Plant Disease Management
Mycology and Plant Pathology Talk Series
Talk# 01 - Inaugural Session
We are pleased to invite you to join the inaugural session of the Mycology and Plant Pathology Talk series, organized by the Sri Lanka Association for Mycology and Plant Pathology (SLAMPP).
The invited speaker for this session will be Dr. Jordan Bailey, Leader Plant Pathology Curation, NSW DPI Plant Pathology & Mycology Herbarium, NSW Biosecurity Collections, Australia.
Topic: New South Wales (NSW) Plant Pathology & Mycology Herbarium Virtual Tour
Time: Sep 22 (Wednesday), 2021 10:00 AM Colombo
Join us for a wonderful experience in the world of Plant Pathogens, fungal preservation and historical collections..!!
All Are Welcome!
Annual General Meeting (AGM) - 2019
AGM - 2019
Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Sri Lanka Association for Mycology and Plant Pathology (SLAMPP) is scheduled to be held on Tuesday 12th November, 2019 at 10.00 am on wards, at The Department of Botany, University of Peradeniya.
All Are Welcome!
Plant Health 2019
The First National Symposium
The First National Symposium of Sri Lanka Association for Mycology and Plant Pathology (SLAMPP), is now open for Abstract Submission and Registration from all prospective scientists and students of academic and research institutions in Sri Lanka. The symposium is organized by SLAMPP as a key initiative looking ahead the International Year of Pant Health - 2020, proclaimed by United Nations.
Ensuring safer plant produce for human consumption