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Posted:23 Dec 2010
The Management of Weeds and Invasive Alien Plant Species
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Category: Regional Training Course

Date & Venue: 17-23 October 2011, SEAMEO BIOTROP, Bogor, Indonesia


To update the participants on recent advances in the concept of weeds and invasive alien plant species, their biology, various approaches for their control and management, to review the recent developments in the management of invasive alien plant species, to provide opportunities for training in the laboratory and in the field on developing experimental techniques for the integrated management of weeds and invasive alien plant species, to develop further interest, and encourage the establishment of a regional network on the management of invasive alien plant species

Expected Outputs:

Improved knowledge and skills of participants on weed  and invasive alien plant species  management, and strengthening of a cadre of experts in the region working on this concern

Target Participants:

Researchers from universities, and government and private agencies  in the agriculture and forestry sectors


Course Fee:

US$ 600 to cover for tuition fee, food and accommodation, health insurance, training materials and supplies, field trip and other administrative costs.
However, there will be a special rate for Indonesian participants at Rp 5.000.000,- excluding transportation to and from BIOTROP.

Selected participants may be provided partial scholarship from SEDF (SEAMEO Educational Development Fund). However all participants, both foreign and local, will have to pay for their own airfare or travel expenses.

Course Coodinator:
Dr. Sri S. Tjitrosoedirdjo