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November 25 2013

PROGRAM Opening Session Monday, 25th of November 2013 Registration opening: 9 AM Start: 10:30 AM Moderator: Werner Prill

Helmut Brunner, Bavarian State Minister for Food, Agriculture and Forestry “Opportunities for the Domestic Protein Supply and Keystones of a European Protein Strategy” Introductory Speeches Matthias Krön, Danube Soya Association: “Danube Soya and the European Protein Debate” Rudolf Bühler, Bäuerliche Erzeugergemeinschaft Schwäbisch Hall: “Danube Soya and the Context of Rural Development“ Political Forum, Ministers and State Secretaries from Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia 1

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November 25 2013

Afternoon Session

FORUMS FORUM I

European Soya Production – Chances, Challenges and the Impact of CAP Moderator: Martina Bavec

Afternoon Session I, 2 PM – 4 PM

Danube Soya – A Program for European Farmers 2.00 Opening, Heinz-Peter Zach (Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management, Austria) 2.05 Danube Soya – A Program for European Farmers, Dragos Dima (Danube Soya Association, Romania) 2.20 The Role of Soya in European Agriculture and the Impact of CAP, Eric Willems (European Commission) 2.35 Soya in the Context of Central-Eastern European Agriculture, Alexandru Jurconi (National Federation PRO AGRO, Romania)

2.50 PM Panel: The Role of Soya in European Agriculture and the Impact of the CAP Introduction at the Panel 2.50 Micro Economics of Soya Production - Soya Bean Cultivation under the Aspect of Crop Rotation and Economy, Robert Schätzl and Martina Halama (LfL Bayern, Germany) 3.00 Pilot and Demonstration Network for Organic Soybean Cultivation 2013-2016. Structure and Organization, Content, Dirk Vollertsen (Landesvereinigung Ökologischer Landbau Bayern e.V., Germany) 3.10 Experiences with Soybean Trials, Alois Aigner (LfL Bayern, Germany)

3.20 PM Open Panel discussion - continuation 2

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Alois Aigner (Lfl Bayern, Germany), Dragos Dima (Danube Soya, Romania), Vuk Djordjevic (Institute of field and vegetable crops, NSSeme, Serbia), Alexandru Jurconi (National Federation PRO AGRO, Romania), Robert Schätzl (LfL Bayern, Germany), Dirk Vollertsen (Landesvereinigung Ökologischer Landbau Bayern e.V., Germany), Eric Willems (European Commission)

Coffee Break: 4.00 PM – 4.30 PM

Afternoon Session II, 4.30 PM – 6 AM

Best Practice in Plant Protection, Challenges for Soya Production 4.30 Danube Soya and Plant Protection, Best Practice, Susanne Fromwald (Danube Soya Association, Austria) 4.40 Plant Protection Challenge for European Soya Production, Christian Krumphuber (Chamber of Agriculture, Austria) 4.50 Soya and Plant Protection, Aurelie Dhaussy (GD ECPA, Belgium) 5.00 Developments in Crop Protection for Soybeans, Jorge Cartin (BASF, Germany)

5.10 PM Panel: Crop Protection for Soya Jorge Cartin (BASF, Germany), Aurelie Dhaussy (GD ECPA, Belgium), Christian Krumphuber (LKÖ, Austria), Ion Toncea (NARDI Fundulea/Calarasi, Romania), Birgit Wilhelm (WWF, Germany)

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FORUM II

European Protein Supply – Regional and Worldwide Perspectives Moderator: Werner Prill

Afternoon Session I, 2 PM – 4 PM

European Protein Demand & Danube Soya

2.00 The Global Market for Oilmeals/Cakes - Short and Medium Term Outlook, Grace Karumathy (FAO, Italy)

2:15 PM Panel: Elements of a Protein Strategy, 2.15 PM Introduction of the Panel 2.15 Meat Eats Land, Birgit Wilhelm (WWF, Germany) 2.30 Protein Supply - The Role of the Feeding Sector, Bernhard Stoll (Raiffeisen Kraftfutterwerk Kehl GmbH, Germany) 2.45 Soya – Food for the Future. The Growing Importance of Soya Products in Human Nutrition, Enjoyment, Health, Protection of the Environment, Elisabeth Fischer (Austrian Soya Association, Austria) 3.00 17 Years of Successful Contract Farming on organic Tofu-Type-Soybeans in Europe: Taifun’s Partnership with 100 Growers in Germany, France and Austria, Martin Miersch (Life Food GmbH – Taifun Tofuprodukte, Germany) 3.15 Sustainable Protein Production, Michael Frey (Agrana, Austria) 3.30 Protein in Feed - Perspectives, Karl Schedle (University of Natural Resources and Life Science, Austria)

Coffee Break: 4.00 PM – 4.30 PM

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Afternoon Session II, 4.30 PM – 6 PM Protein Strategies & Sources

4.30 Danube Soya – Marketing Illusion or Relevant for Supply, Hansjörg Reiss (Fenaco, Switzerland) 4.40 Transforming Egg Production in Austria, Michael Wurzer (ZAG, Austria) 4.50 Soya – REWE Group Guideline for Soy in Animal Feed. Consequences for our Suppliers and Requirements for the Feeding Sector, Ludger Breloh (REWE Group, Germany)

5.05 PM Panel: Protein Sources and alternative Feeding Concepts Ludger Breloh (REWE Group, Germany), Rudolf Bühler (Bäuerliche Erzeugergemeinschaft Schwäbisch Hall, Germany), Elisabeth Fischer (Austian Soya Association, Austria), Michael Frey (Agrana, Austria), Grace Karumathy (FAO, Italy), Matthias Krön (Danube Soya Association, Austria), Hansjörg Reiss (Fenaco, Swiss), Bernhard Stoll (Raiffeisen Kraftfutterwerk Kehl GmbH, Germany), Michael Wurzer (ZAG, Austria)

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FORUM III

Workshop GMO-free Labeling in Europe GMO-free Labeling in Practice – How it Functions in the Different Markets

Jointly organized by ARGE Gentechnik-frei (Austria) and VLOG e.V. (Germany)

Moderator: Helmut Gaugitsch (Environmental Protection Agency, Austria) Afternoon Session I, 2 PM – 4 PM

Europe’s Major GMO-free Labeling Systems – How They Work 2.00 Germany: VLOG e.V. & Label „Ohne Gentechnik“ - Experiences and Developments, Alexander Hissting (VLOG, Germany) 2.20 Austria: ARGE Gentechnik-frei: Highlights of 16 Years „Ohne Gentechnik hergestellt“, Florian Faber (ARGE Gentechnik-frei, Austria) 2.40 Slovenia: New GMO-free Labeling System on the Market – How to Start, Marina Koren Dvoršak (Vodja certificiranja integrirane pridelave IKC UM, Slovenia) 3.00 Share of Experience &Discussion with Market Participants

Coffee Break: 4.00 PM – 4.30 PM

Roadmap to GMO-free Labeling 4.30 Independent Monitoring as Key Element for Credibility, Franz Pfeifer (SGS Austria ControllCo GesmbH, Austria) 4.40 Challenges for Feed Production: GMO-free Feed in Practice, Walter Emathinger (Fixkraft, Austria) 4.50 The InfoXgen Database as an Efficient Tool for GMO-free Production, Gabriele Moder (agrovet/InfoXgen, Austria)

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Afternoon Session II, 5 -6 PM GMO-free @ Europe – Labeling Systems in Comparison 5.00 GMO-Labeling Standards in Europe – Comparison of Regulatory Frameworks in Austria, Germany, France, South Tyrol, Luxembourg and Slovenia for GMO-free Labeling of Food Products, Helmut Gaugitsch (Environment Agency Austria, Austria)

5.15 Europe in Need of Harmonization of GMO-free Labeling Regulations – Austria’s Position & Possible Alternatives for Member States for Staying GMO-free, Eva Claudia Lang (Federal Ministry of Health, Austria)

5.30 PM Panel:Europe in Need on Harmonization of GMO-free Labeling Regulation

Evening Event „Reception of the Bavarian State Minister for Food, Agriculture and Forestry”

Time:

7 PM

Location:

Staatliches Textil- und Industriemuseum Augsburg; Provinostraße 46 in Augsburg

Pick-up service from the congress hall will be provided

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Tuesday, 26th of November 2013 FORUM I

European Soya production – Chances, Challenges and the Impact of CAP Danube Soya – Danube Soya Regions Moderator: Martina Bavec

Morning Session I, 9 AM - 10.30 AM

Showcase Vojvodina Successful Soya Production in Europe Moderator: Marija Kalentic (ACCESS – Deutsche Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit GIZ GmbH, Germany)

9.00 Scientific Support of Soybean Production, Svetlana Balešević- Tubić (IFVCNS, Seed Association, Serbia) 9.10 Success of Soya Production and Processing in Vojvodina, Natalija Kurjak (Victoria Group, Serbia) 9.20 Investment Possibilities in Vojvodinas Agribusiness Sector, Alksandar Stojkov (VIP, Vojvodina Investment Promotion, Serbia) 9.30 Production of Soya in Vojvodina from the Producer’s Perspective, Branislav Crveni (Farmer, Serbia)

9.40 AM Panel: Showcase Vojvodina Svetlana Balešević- Tubić (IFVCNS, Seed Association of Serbia, Serbia), Doris Günther and Emilija Stefanovic (GIZ, Germany), Macas Horvat (Cooperative Representative), Natalija Kurjak (Victoria Group, Serbia), Alksandar Stojkov (VIP, Vojvodina Investment Promotion, Serbia)

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Coffee Break: 10.30 AM – 11.00 AM

Morning Session II, 11 AM - 13.00 AM

Showcase Romania Soybean Present and Potential – Romania – A Future European Protein Champion? Moderator: Martina Bavec

11.00 Opening Remarks, Max Hiegelsberger (Agricultural Minister of Upper Austria, Austria) 11.10 Soya Situation in Romania, Tatiana Preda (Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Romania) 11.20 Scientific Research and Education for Soybeans in Romania, Gheorghe Valentin Roman (Academy of Agricultural and Forestry Sciences, Romania) 11.30 Soybean Crop Evolution in Romania - Realities and Perspectives, Alexandru Jurconi (National Federation PRO AGRO, Romania)

11.40 AM Panel: Showcase Romania Aurel-Florentin Badiu (Academy of Agricultural and Forestry Sciences, Romania), Dragos Dima (Danube Soya Association, Romania), Ioan Has (Agricultural Research and Development Station TURDA, Romania), Eugen Muresanu (Agricultural Research and Development Station TURDA, Romania), Viorel Nica (National Federation PRO AGRO, Romania), Teodor Rusu (University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine ClujNapoca, Romania), Ion Toncea (National Agricultural Research and Development Institute FUNDULEA, Romania), Nicu Vasile (Profarma Holding, Romania)

Morning Session III, 12.10 AM

Spotlight on Germany, France and Switzerland – Regional Perspectives 12.10 Protein Strategy and GM-free Policy Switzerland, Doris Werder (Federal Office of Agriculture, Switzerland)

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12.20 State of Soya Production in France – Current Situation and Future Potential, Françoise Labalette (Onidol, France) 12.30 Soybean Production in Germany – Current Situation and Perspectives, Jürgen Recknagel (Deutscher Sojaförderring, Germany) 12.40 Specific Research Results in German Projects: Comparison of Crop Rotation Effects from Soybean and Grass-Clover Leys under the Conditions of Organic Farming – Results from a long-term Experiment, Peer Urbatzka (Lfl Bayern, Germany) 12.50 Specific Research Results in German Projects: Protein Feed in Poultry Farming, Konstanze Kraft (Lfl Bayern, Germany)

Lunch Break: 1 PM – 2 PM

Afternoon Session, 2 PM – 4 PM

Soya Production in Europe – Country Perspectives 2.00 Soya Production in Belgium: Research on the Development of Soya Production in the Netherlands and Flanders, Johan Van Waes (Institute for Agricultural and Fisheries Research) 2.10 Soya Production in Bulgaria: Possibilities for increased Soybean Production in Bulgaria by Danube Soya, Georgi Georgiev (Soybean Experimental Station – Pavlikeni) 2.20 Soya Production in Croatia, Alexandra Sudaric (Agricultural Institute Osijek) 2.30 Soya Production in Czech Republic, Jan Krause (Zemedelska agentura, s.r.o.) 2.40 Soya Production in Hungary, Péter Tóth (Magyar Szója Nonprofit Co. Ltd.) 2.50 Soya Production in Hungary: Organic Soy cultivation in the Pannonian region, Bernhard Schindler (Farmer) 3.00 Soya Production in United Kingdom, David McNaughton (Soya UK Ltd) 3.10 Soya Production in Moldavia, Ion Sula (Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry) 3.20 Soya Production in Poland, Jerzy Nawracala (Poznan University) 3.30 Soya Production in Slovakia: Soybean in Slovakia, Martin Bencko (Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development) 3.40 Soya and Legume Production in Slovenia and the Role of CAP, Martina Bavec and Franc Bavec (University of Maribor Faculty of Agriculture and Life Scienec, Slovenia)

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Coffee Break: 4.00 AM – 4.30 AM

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FORUM II

European Protein Supply – Regional and Worldwide Perspectives Moderator: Werner Prill

Morning Session I, 9 AM - 10.30 AM

GM-free Soya - Cooperation or Competition 9.00 Danube Soya and Worldwide Perspectives, Matthias Krön (Danube Soya Association, Austria) 9.15 GM-free Alliance Europe and Brazil, Augusto Freire (ProTerra Foundation, Brazil) 9.30 The Situation in Brazil – Cultivation, Logistic, Storage and Production of GM-free Soya, Ricardo de Sousa (Abrange, Brazil) 9.45 Supply of Soybean Meal to Europe under Non-GM and Sustainability Program, Gert van der Bijl (Solidaridad, Netherlands)

10.00 PM Panel: GM-free Soya - Cooperation or Competition Augusto Freire (ProTerra Foundation, Brazil), Susanne Fromwald (Danube Soya Association), Donal Murphy-Bokern (Germany), Ricardo de Sousa (Abrange, Brazil), Ritekh Bhatnagar (Ruchi Soya, India)

Morning Session II, 11 AM – 1 PM

European Protein Policies 11.00 Danube Soya and European Protein Policies, Matthias Krön (Danube Soya Association, Austria) 11.15 The Environmental Role of Protein Crops in the New Common Agricultural Policy, Donal Murphy-Bokern (Germany) 11.30 The German Protein Crop Strategy, Annegret Gross-Spangenberg (BLE, Germany)

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11.45 AM Panel: Regional Protein Strategies in the European Context Andreas Dölz (Agriculture Ministry 
Baden Württemberg, Germany),Annegret GrossSpangenberg (BLE, Germany), Matthias Krön (Danube Soya Association), Donal MurphyBokern (Germany), Frank Trauzettel (Lfl Bayern, Germany)

Lunch Break: 1 PM – 2 PM

Afternoon Session I, 2 PM – 4 PM

2:00 PM Panel: Building new Supply Chains in the Danube Region Ludwig Asam (Fibl, Germany), Helena Bijelic (Bimal, Bosnia and Herzegovina), Ilja Mikulic (Seges, Croatia), Frederic Moulin (Axereal, Croatia), Hansjörg Reiss (Fenaco, Switzerland), Josef Willim (BAG Güssing, Austria)

Afternoon Session II, 3 PM

3:00 PM Panel: Connecting the Market – developing a sustainable Soya Supply between European Regions using the Danube Waterway

3.00. The Danube - a green Transport Axis for a Green Economy, Bettina Matzner (via donau, Austria) 3.10 Catching up with Changing Requirements - Supply Chains for Agricultural Logistics, Oliver Roth/Gabud Bersilav (Multinaut Donaulogistik, Austria/Germany) 3.20 Connecting the Modes - Storage and Transhipment Services for a Safe European Soya Supply, Georg Dobesberger (Danubia Speicherei, Austria) 3.30 Q & A’s Coffee Break: 4.00 PM – 4.30 PM

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FORUM III Who’s going to pay all that? Danube Soya as a Building Block for Great Brands

Moderator: Helmut Gaugitsch

Morning Session I, 9 AM – 10.30 AM

9.00 Danube Soya – A building Block for Great Brands, Ursula Bittner (Danube Soya Association, Austria) 9.10 Sustainability: From Consumer Preferences to Purchase, Johannes Simons (University of Bonn, Germany) 9.25 The Waitrose Farming Partnership, Andrew Saunders (Chair of Waitrose Farming Partnership, UK) and Duncan Sinclair (Waitrose, UK) 9.35 Experience of a Retailer and Egg- Producer in the Framework of the Danube Soya Conversion, Franz Hölzl (Spar Österreichische WarenhandelsGmbH, Austria) and Johann Steiner (Steiner-Ei, Austria) 9.45 Consumer Trends and Forecast for animal Products – Is there a conflict between Regionality, Sustainability and Price? Martin Greßl (Agrarmarkt Austria Marketing GesmbH, Austria) 9:55 Best Practice Example of sustainable Products and Brands, Markus Gstach (Gstach, Austria)

10.20 AM Panel: Consumer Trends and Marketing Franz Hölzl (Spar Österreichische WarenhandelsGmbH, Austria), Johann Steiner (Steiner-Ei, Austria), Martin Greßl (Agrarmarkt Austria Marketing GesmbH, Austria), Markus Gstach (Gstach, Austria), Andrew Saunders and Duncan Sinclair (Waitrose, UK), Johannes Simons (University of Bonn, Germany)

Coffee Break: 10.30 AM – 11.00 AM

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Morning Session II, 11 AM – 1 PM

Protein for Regional Brands in the Danube Soya Program 11.00 Protein for Regional Brands in the Danube Soya Program – Why not?, Bruno Krieglstein (Ministry of Rural Affairs and Consumer Protection Baden Württemberg, Germany) 11.10 The Origin of Feeding Stuff for Food Production – An Important Criteria for Consumers’ Choice?, Peter Sutor (LfL Bayern, Germany) 11.20 Non-GMO Labels added Value for the Consumers, Marina Koren Dvoršak (Vodja certificiranja integrirane pridelave IKC UM, Slovenia)

11.30 AM Panel: Protein for Regional Brands in the Danube Soya Program Martin Greßl (Agrarmarkt Austria Marketing GesmbH, Austria), Stefan Kausch (Schweizer Sojanetzwerk, Switzerland), Marina Koren Dvoršak (Vodja certificiranja integrirane pridelave IKC UM, Slovenia), Bruno Krieglstein (Ministry Baden Württemberg, Germany), Günther Rohrer (Agricultural Chamber Austria, Austria), Peter Sutor (Lfl Bayern, Germany),

Lunch Break: 1 PM – 2 PM

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Workshop

„Danube Soya in Practice“ – Workshop for all Members of the Value Chain

Moderator: Helmut Gaugitsch

Afternoon Session, 2 PM – 4 PM Speaker: Susanne Fromwald

1. Danube Soya – General Overview (Danube Soya core Criteria and Contract System) 2. Danube Soya Guidelines and Requirements for each Member of the Supply Chain Requirements 01 – 06: Soya Bean Producer (Farmer, A 01) Agricultural Soya Bean Collector (A 02) Soya Trader (A 03) 16 Soya Bean Primary Processor (A 04) Compound Feed Plants (A 05) Soya Processor through Marketer (A 06) 3. How to start? Becoming a Participant in the Danube Soya System 4. Principles of Inspection, Presentation of all Danube Soya Inspection Bodies 5. Q & A’s / Discussion

Coffee Break: 4 PM – 4.30 PM

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FORUM IV

Improving Genetic Diversity and the Danube Soya Research Project: Breeders Workshop Moderator: Volker Hahn

Morning Session I, 9 AM – 10.30 AM

9.00 Welcoming/State of the Game GM-free Breeding in Europe – Chances and Challenges, Volker Hahn (University Hohenheim, Germany) 9.15 Expansion of Soybean Growing in Germany – Insights from a Transdisciplinary Research Project, Klaus Peter Wilbois (Fibl, Germany) 9.30 Breeding Goals for Different Industries, Feed - Martijn Buijsse (Agrifirm Plant, Netherlands), Tofu – Martin Miersch (Life Food GmbH – Taifun Tofuprodukte - Agricultural Centre for Soya Bean Cultivation and Development, Germany), Soya Flour – Christof Strobl (Strobl Naturmühle, Austria) 10.00 Panel Discussion, Moderation Volker Hahn (University Hohenheim, Germany) 10.20 Conclusion, Volker Hahn (University Hohenheim, Germany)

10:00 AM Panel: Breeding Goals for different Industries - Demands and Possibilities Martijn Buijsse (Agrifirm, Netherlands), Volker Hahn (Uni Hohenheim, Germany), Martin Miersch (Taifun, Germany), Christof Strobl (Strobl Naturmühle, Austria), Klaus Peter Wilbois (Fibl, Germany)

Coffee Break: 10.30 AM – 11.00 AM

Morning Session II, 11 AM – 1 PM

11.00 Introduction, Volker Hahn (Universität Hohenheim, Germany) 11.10 Key-speech: Early Maturity Genes in Soybean, Louise O’Donoughue (Cerom Research Center, Canada)

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11.35 Soybean Mutagenesis and Breeding for Cold Climate, Jerzy Nawracala (Poznan University, Poland) 11.50 Regulation of Storage Protein Synthesis in Soybean, Martin Müller (LfL Bayern, Germany) 12.05 Key-speech: Worldwide Utilization of Chinese Soybean Germplasm, Lijuan Qiu (CAAS, China) 12.35. Breeding for Dry Areas, Vuk Djordjevic (Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops, IFVCNS, Serbia) 12.45 Germination Capacity, Vigour and Field Emergence Rate for Soybean with different Quality, Berta Killermann (LfL Bayern, Germany)

Lunch Break: 1 PM – 2 PM

Afternoon Session, 2 PM – 4 PM

Incentives for Seed-Breeders and Seed Companies in the Framework of Danube Soya

2.00 Discussion of the Current Situation, Volker Hahn (University Hohenheim, Germany) 2.05 State of the Game of Legume Breeding from the Perspective of the Seed Industry, Stephanie Franck (Bundesverband Deutscher Pflanzenzüchter e.v. / PZO Pflanzenzucht Oberlimpurg, Germany) 2.20 How does it work in other Countries and how could we organize it in the Danube Soya Association? A breeding Companies Perspective on the Problem, Patrice Jeanson (Euralis Semences, France) 2.30 Funding Scheme of the French Oil Seed Crop Interprofessional Organization - ONIDOL, Françoise Labalette (Onidol, France) 2.40 Perspective from South Eastern Europe, Svetlana Balešević- Tubić (IFVCNS, Seed Association, Serbia)

2.50 PM Panel: The Importance of Certified Seed Use

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Svetlana Balešević- Tubić (IFVCNS, Seed Association, Serbia), Johann Birschitzky (Saatzucht Donau, Austrian Seed Association, Austria), Stephanie Frank (Bundesverband Deutscher Pflanzenzüchter, Germany), Patrice Jeanson (Euralis Semences, France), Françoise Labalette (Onidol, France), Szabolcs Ruthner (Hungarian Seed Association, Hungary)

3.50 Closure, Volker Hahn (University Hohenheim, Germany)

Coffee Break: 4 PM – 4.30 PM

Closing Session, 4.30 PM – 6 PM Moderator: Werner Prill Günther Rohrer (Chamber of Agriculture, Austria) Summary, 5.00 PM Summary and presentation of Forum I (Martina Bavec, Birgit Wilhelm) Summary and presentation of Forum II (Donal Murphy-Bokern, Frank Trauzettel) Summary and presentation of Forum III (Helmut Gaugitsch, Stefan Kausch) Summary and presentation of Forum IV (Volker Hahn, Vuk Djordjevic) Matthias Krön (Danube Soya Association, Austria) Konrad Schmid (Ministry of Agriculture Bavaria, Germany)

Panel – Conclusion, 5.40 - 6.00 PM

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