Plant Pathology & Plant Protection Seminar - Winter term 2021/22

Seminar takes place on Tuesdays at 16:15. 

The seminar will be held in a hybrid form (prescence and online via Zoom) in lecture room L07. The lecturer should usually be physically present together with the team of supervisors (exception: externals). All other interested people may join the seminar directly or via Zoom (video conferencing tool). If the room capacity is not sufficient, we reserve the right to refer to the online Zoom access. In case you have not received an invitation:

  • The Zoom link is stored in StudIP
  • Send a request via email to You will receive the link via email.

Please also register to the seminar via StudIP! (Lecturers and listenors!)

Schedule and topic titles are still preliminary!

Date Topic Lecturer Chair
02.11.21 Weed control with Eucalyptus extracts Mohamed El-Hefnawy (PP-H) Juana Montoya
  Studies on the efficacy of pelargonic acid herbicides Ogbangwor Nnabuife (PP-H)
09.11.21 Validation of candidate genes identified in flufenacet resistant ryegrass in German ryegrass field populations Juana Montoya (PP-H) Saad Saman Khan
  Herbicide Resistance in Anthriscus caucalis - a recent emerging problem of arable fields in Northern Germany Muhammad Khan (PP-H)
16.11.21 Control of club root disease and Verticillium longisporum on oil seed rape by biological and chemical seed dressing Saad Saman Khan (PP) Musrat Surovy
  Antifungal effects of volatiles produced by soil bacteria against Verticillium longisporum Sarenmique Sarenmique (PP)
23.11.21 Investigation of blast resistance in Iranian native rice based on phenotypical, cytological and gene expression analysis Mehrnaz Zaeifi (Guest) Christoph Radloff
  Volatile organic compounds from Bacillus spp. as potential candidates for biological control of Magnaporthe oryzae pathotype Triticum Musrat Surovy (PP)
30.11.21 Cross-resistance pattern of biotypes of Alopecurus myosuroides with TSR to HRAC group B herbicides Abdullah Tahir (PP-H) Evlampia Parcharidou
  Potential herbicide reduction by means of automatic spot spraying in sugar beet in consideration of biodiversity aspects Christoph Radloff (PP-H)
07.12.21 Importance and race structure of blackleg disease (Leptosphaeria maculans) in Tunisian oilseed rape production Essia Maghrebi (Guest) Charlotte Rodemann
  Regulation and functional validation of GSTs involved in detoxification of herbicides mainly applied in pre-emergence Evlampia Parcharidou (PP-H external)
14.12.21 Studies on DNA-typing and GFP-tagging of the nematode parasitic fungus Paecilomyces liliacinus Cornelius Möhle (PP) Dorottya Ágnes Simon
  Fusarium species and mycotoxins in oats Charlotte Rodemann (PP)
21.12.21 Impact of fungicides and host resistance on the aggressiveness of Exserohilum turcicum in maize Md. Mohiuddin Mithon (PP) Ricarda Knacksterdt
  Investigations on hot water treatment for the production of high-quality grapevine propagation material Dorottya Ágnes Simon (PP external)
11.01.22 Investigations about the biology and control of Anthriscus caucalis Cornelius Ebert (PP-Herbology) Facundo Ispizua
  Day/night-sowing as a control strategy for Alopecurus myosuroides Ricarda Knacksterdt (PP-H)
18.01.22 Integration of optical, meteorological and environmental data to improve the detection of the occurrence of Cercospora - leaf spot disease Facundo Ispizua (IfZ)
René Pfitzer
25.01.22 Low sugar content disease of sugar beet “Syndrome des basses richesses (SBR)” René Pfitzer (Ento, IfZ) Zita Bednar
  Current weed problems in agricultural practice and factors influencing the use of herbicide resistance tests as a supportive management measure Maximillian Meyer (IfZ)
01.02.21 NO SEMINAR    
08.02.22 Identification of endophytic microorganisms isolated from the leaves and roots of diverse plant species Sara Daher (Mol) Mohamed El-Hefnawy
  Second-order effects of chemical interactions between zearalenone producing Fusarium graminearum and zearalenone degrading mycoparasite Clonostachys rosea Zita Bednar (Mol)