Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

7 - 11 July 2019

Amanda Black

An indigenous response to a biosecurity threat: The case kauri dieback

For a detailed view of the daily program, click on the Day/Date at the top of the table:

Rhiz🌎sphere 5 Final Program

Pre-conference Tour:

Wanuskewin Heritage Park (11:30 - 14:30)


Opening Ceremony

Leon Kochian

Shining a light on rhizosphere research in Saskatchewan

Welcome Reception

Tiina Roose

Multiscale image based modelling of rhizosphere processes

Yakov Kuzyakov

Microbial hotspots and

hot moments in the rhizosphere

Marcel van der Heijden

Root microbiome management & soil ecological engineering

Post-conference Tour:

Fort Carlton Provincial Park

&

Batoche National Historic Site

Poster Pitches

Poster Pitches

Poster Pitches

Health Break

Health Break

Health Break

Parallel Sessions

- Root microbiome

- Spatio-temporal

  organization in the

  rhizosphere

- Root exudates

Parallel Sessions

- Climate change, abiotic

  stress in the rhizosphere

- Carbon dynamics in the

   rhizosphere

- Rhizosphere processes

  for sustainable agriculture

Technical Session§

Precision Sensing

Parallel Sessions

- Plant holobiont

- P acquisition in the

  rhizosphere

- Cutting edge approaches

  & rhizosphere modeling

Parallel Sessions

- Plant mutualisms &

  symbionts

- Rhizosphere processes

  and interactions

- Rhizosphere of cropping

  systems

Closing Ceremony,

Student Presentation Awards

&

Rhizosphere 6 Announcement

8:30 AM

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7:30 PM

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Corne Pieterse

Soil borne supremacy: root microbiome & plant immunity

Michelle Watt

Rhizosphere dynamics & interventions to increase crop productivity

Rhizo5 / CSSS

Reception**


(Remai Modern

Art Gallery)

8:00 PM

8:30 PM

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Gala Dinner

(Centennial Hall

TCU Place)

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9:00 PM

9:30 PM

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11:00 PM

11:30 PM

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* For further information and options, please visit:  https://www.rhizo5.org/social-program/tour-information.html

** In celebration of the Department of Soil Science's 100th anniversary, Rhizosphere 5 and the Canadian Society of Soil Science (CSSS) will hold a

    joint symposium and reception.

§ PreSens Precision Sensing GmbH will host a technical session on Tuesday, July 9th from 10:30 to 11:20 am. The session title is Illuminate the

   root-soil interface:  Non-invasive imaging of O2, pH and CO2 in soil science".

Transition Time

Parallel Sessions

- Root microbiome

- Spatio-temporal

  organization

- Rhizosphere of extreme

  environments

Transition Time

Health Break

Joint Session Opening remarks

Parallel Sessions

- Climate change, abiotic

  stress in the rhizosphere

- Negative soil-plant-microbe

  interactions

- Amendments & inoculants

Poster Session, Exhibits

&

Drinks

Poster Session, Exhibits

&

Drinks

Parallel Sessions

- Natural systems

  rhizosphere

- Root imaging and

  phenotyping

- Rhizoremediation

- Root-soil interactions

Transition Time

Etienne Yergeau

Understanding & engineering the rhizosphere microbiome

Exhibit & Poster

set-up

(11:00 - 14:00)

Campus tours

Transition Time

Lunch

Poster & Exhibit Viewing

Campus tours

Lunch

Poster & Exhibit Viewing

Campus tours

Lunch

Poster & Exhibit Viewing

Campus tours

Health Break

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