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International Workshop on Facilitating International Research Collaboration on Transboundary Plant Pests

1.Date

November 27th - 29th, 2019
(Workshop Sessions on 27th and 29th, Welcome Reception on 27th and Field Trips on 28th)

2.Venue

Tsukuba International Congress Center(Epochal Tsukuba), Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-0032 Japan

3.Organizer

Ministry of Agriculuture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan(MAFF)

4.Background

At the 8th Meeting of G20 Agricultural Chief Scientists(MACS-G20)in Japan in April 2019, G20 members agreed to hold an international workshop to share the experiences of G20 members and invited guests and the latest information on the occurrence and management of transboundary plant pests, as well as to facilitate international research collaboration to help develop effective countermeasures for major plant pests. This workshop also aims to encourage diagnostic laboratories, research institutes and universities to establish networks among themselves and to promote voluntary interactions with stakeholders.
In order to facilitate the preliminaly work for the international workshop, Japan has requested collegues from MACS-20 and guests to establish and participate in discussion groups on (a) Fall armyworm, (b) Fruits flies, (c) Wheat blast, (d) Xylella fastidiosa, (e) Tomato brown rugose fruit virus, (f) Citrus greening (Huanglongnbing), (g) Fusarium wilt tropical race 4, (h) Red palm weevil, and (i) Cross-cutting issues. Each group started holding discussions for the workshop by email with the participation of interested experts in September 2019.

5.Participants

G20 members and other interested countries and organizations with expertise in transboundary plant pests(i.e., Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, United Kingdam, Netherlands, New Zealand, CABI, CIAT, CIMMYT, FAO)

6.Downloads

(1)Workshop documents
Agenda(PDF : 150KB)
Annotated Agenda(PDF : 425KB)
List of participants(PDF : 103KB)
Lists of participants of each discussion group(PDF : 102KB)
Workshop report(PDF : 2,188KB)

(2)Presentations by leader(s) of each discussion group
Fall armyworm(PDF : 9,735KB)
Fruit flies(PDF : 1,082KB)
Wheat blast(PDF : 5,958KB)
Xylella fastidiosa(PDF : 2,080KB)
Tomato brown rugose fruit virus(PDF : 7,231KB)
Citrus greening(Huanglongbing)(PDF : 1,075KB)
Fusarium wilt tropical race 4(PDF : 5,381KB)
Red palm weevil(PDF : 3,999KB)
Cross-cutting issues(National Reference Laboratories, Networks and Research Collaboration)(PDF : 740KB)       
Cross-cutting issues(Biovigilance and IYPH2020)(PDF : 2,061KB)

(3)Other materials(Discussion groups' documents)
Fall armyworm(PDF : 2,002KB)
Xylella fastidiosa(PDF : 629KB)
Citrus greening(Huanglongbing)(Summary of survey)(PDF : 976KB)
Citrus greening(Huanglongbing)(Appendix)(PDF : 495KB)
Fusarium wilt tropical race 4(PDF : 1,009KB)
Cross-cutting issues(PDF : 747KB)

(4)Poster sessions in field trips
(a)MAFF Plant Protection Stations
Invasion and eradication of fruit flies in Japan (MAFF)(PDF : 253KB)
Official control of citrus greening disease (CG) in Japan.(PDF : 196KB)

(b)National Agriculture and Food Research Organization(NARO)
Research on transboundary plant pests(PDF : 1,347KB)
Controlling migratory insect pests(PDF : 2,012KB)
Method for detection of eight pospiviroids(PDF : 2,184KB)
Save the world's citrus!(PDF : 1,289KB)
A Universal simultaneous diagnostic technology to detect Candidatus Phytoplasma spp. and Xylella spp. Available for quarantine of imported plants(PDF : 826KB)

7.Photo galary

病害虫WS2019
(Pictures of Workshop Sessions on November 27th and 29th, 2019)


フィールドツアー
(Pictures of Field Trips on November 28th, 2019)

8.Links

8thMeeting of MACS-G20Japan2019(MACS-G20 website)

お問合せ先

Contact Information:
International Reserch
Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
Research council Secretariat, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries

The persons in charge:Kazuyuki Ono, Koichiro Nishihata, Kazuhiro Tamura
Telephone:+81-3-3502-8111
Direct Line:+81-3-3502-7466
FAX:+81-03-5511-8788