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The Institute of Plant Protection – NRI has been publishing almost since the beginning. It includes publishing scientific and popular publications in the field of plant protection.

We promote scientific and research achievements of IPP – NRI employees by publishing:

  • methodologies of integrated protection of various agricultural crops,
  • handbooks of signalling agrophages,
  • scientific dissertation
  • informants,
  • conference materials.

We periodically issue Zalecenia Ochrony Roślin Rolniczych (recommendations for the protection of agricultural plants). They are available in a book version published every two years (www.ior.poznan.pl/42,zalecenia-ochrony-roslin-na-lata-2018-19), or in an electronic version as a continuously updated database of plant protection products (www.ior.poznan.pl/baza/).

The Institute of Plant Protection – NRI is the publisher of two scientific journals dedicated to plant protection:

  • Journal of Plant Protection Research (quarterly in English)
  • Progress in Plant Protection (quarterly in Polish).

The main purpose of publishing publications (brochures, leaflets, posters) is to popularize the results of scientific research done at the Institute and to transfer them to agricultural practice.

We make every effort to ensure that the publications published by the IPP ‒ NRI meet the highest scientific, ethical and editorial standards.

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Contact details

Poland, 60-318 POZNAŃ, ul. Władysława Węgorka 20

phone no: +48 61 864 9000, fax: +48 61 867 63 01

e-mail: sekretariat@iorpib.poznan.pl

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