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4th International Conference on Applied Microbiology and Beneficial Microbes

Tokyo, Japan

Lidia Sas Paszt


Lidia Sas Paszt

Research Institute of Horticulture, Poland

Biography

Organization: Department of Soil and Orchard Management, Rhizosphere Laboratory (IO). Experience in research projects and R&D projects: CEAF, CRAFT, EraNet RURAGRI, HortiEnergia, Huntsman, EFSA carried out in collaboration with academic and industrial partners in Poland and abroad. Coordinator and executor of tasks of the research and development project EkoTechProdukt co-financed by the European Commission from the European Regional Development Fund, (2009-2015). Research interests & Achievements in implementation of R&D results and innovative activities: studies in the area of rhizosphere and nutrient management strategies in fruit crops, development of microbial inocula for horticultural production, development of bioproducts for fruit crops. Achievements in the field of industrial property rights: patents, patent applications: development of 6 new microbial consortia and 5 new bioproducts for use in organic fruit growing. Other achievements: member of the WGs of Cost Action 836 (2002-2004), member of the MCs of 3 COST Actions: 631 (2002-2005), E38 (2005-2008), TD 1107 (20012-2016), expert representing Poland in the Programme Committee of the European Commission in FP6 (2002-2006) and in the Programme Committee of the 7th EU Framework Programme (2007-2012), expert of EFSA – European Food Safety Authority (2007-2012), member of the Management Committee and Working Group of COST Action ES 1406 ‘Soil fauna - Key to Soil Organic Matter Dynamics and Modelling (KEYSOM)’ (2015-2018), expert evaluating research projects/reports of the 6th and 7th EU Framework Programmes (2002-2013) and Horizon 2020 (2014-2020)

Abstract

Abstract : The influence of bio-fertilizers enriched with beneficial bacteria and filamentous fungi on the growth and rhizosphere microbiology of ‘Marmolada’ strawberry plants in container cultivation