22nd International Pepper Conference Viña del Mar - Chile

22nd International Pepper Conference Viña del Mar - Chile
Monday, November 17th - 2014
5:00pm-7:00pm
Registration and Poster setting up – Lobby (Third Floor)
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All the posters must be installed on Monday November 17 .
7:30pm-9:00pm
Posters and Stands viewing and social networking – Lobby Salón Palma (Third Floor)
Tuesday, November 18th - 2014
7:30am- 8:30am
Registration - Lobby (Third Floor)
OPENING PLENARY SESSION I – Salón Estrella (Third Floor)
9:00am-9:30am
WELCOME and INTRODUCTION:
Moderator: Ma.Teresa Pino. Ph.D. INIA- Chile & Javier Saavedra R. Mg. INIA- Chile
Dr. Julio Kalazich. National Institute for Agriculture Research INIA-Chile
Representative Agriculture Department - Chile government
9:30am-10:00am
Plenary Lecture 1
Unlocking Chile Pepper Genetics: From Domestication through Classical Breeding to Genomics:
Dr. Paul Bosland, Chile Pepper Institute New Mexico State University (U.S.A)
10:00am- 10:30
Plenary Lecture 2 :
Three Decades Breeding Peppers Resistant to Phytophthora capsici in Argentina: Dr. Claudio R
Galmarini, INTA La Consulta & CONICET, Argentina
10:30am-11:00am
Coffee BREAK - Posters and Stands Viewing
OPENING PLENARY SESSION II – Salón Estrella (Third Floor)
Moderators: Claudio Galmarini Dr. INTA Argentina & Benigno Villalón Ph.D (PE), Texas USA
11:00am- 11:30
Plenary Lecture 3 :
Overview of Pepper Crop in the South-east of Spain: Dr.Francisco Camacho Ferre,
Crop Management and Production, Universidad de Almería, Spain.
11:30am-12:00pm
Plenary Lecture 4 :
The Rootstock Technology in Peppers: Dr Renato Braga Sakata Seed Sudamerica.
12:00pm- 12:30pm
Plenary Lecture 5:
A Summary of Three Decades of Research Based Integrated Bacterial Leaf Spot Management
Efforts in Florida. Gene McAvoy. M Sc. University of Florida/IFAS. USA.
12:30pm- 01:00pm
Plenary Lecture 6:
Bacterial Leaf Spot (Xanthomonas euvesicatoria) Second Most Serious Disease in New Jersey
Wesley Kline. Rutgers Cooperative Extension. USA.
1:00pm -02:30pm
LUNCH - Salón Caracola (Third Floor)
Note: Free-breakfast will be provided only for Hotel del Mar -Enjoy’s passengers
CONCURRENT SESSIONS I - oral presentations PM
Breeding, biotechnology, germoplasnm characterization
Moderators: Paul Bosland, PhD. NMSU (U.S.A) & Ricardo Pertuzé. PhD. U.de Chile
2:45pm –3:00pm
Investigating the New Mexico Landrace Chiles. Dr.Charles Havlik. New Mexico State University.
USA.
3:00pm –3: 15pm
Establishment of a Habanero-type pepper (Capsicum chinense) synthetic base population.
Dr. Francisco Reifschneider. EMBRAPA. BRASIL.
3:15pm –3: 30pm
Genetic improvement of Habanero pepper (Capsicum chinense Jacq.) germplasm from existing
species in the Yucatan Peninsula. Nancy Santana-Buzzy. Centro de Investigación Científica de
Yucatán. MEXICO.
3:30pm –3: 45pm
Establishment of methodological basis for genetic improvement of Habanero Pepper (Capsicum
chinense Jacq.). Adriana Canto Flick. Centro de Investigación Científica de Yucatán. MEXICO.
3:45pm –4: 00pm
Exploration of under-utilized crop diversity of Capsicum peppers in their primary center of
diversity in Bolivia and Peru. Teresa Avila Centro de Investigaciones éticas de Pairumani (CIFP),
Fundación Simón Patino. BOLIVIA.
4:00pm –4:30pm
Coffee BREAK - Poster and Stand viewing
CONCURRENT SESSIONS II - oral presentations PM
Horticultural management, production and pepper physiology
Moderator: Monica Ozores-Hampton. PhD. University of Florida & Daniel Leskovar Texas A&M
University
4:30pm –4:45pm
Activity of native bumblebees Bombus dahlbomii (Guar) (Hymenoptera:Apidae) on greenhouse
pepper increased seed yield. Msc. Patricia Estay P. INIA. CHILE.
4:45pm –5:00pm
Evaluation of The Effect of Organic Foliar Fertilizer in Yellow Chili (Capsicum baccatum L.var
pendulum). Manuel Gabriel Velasquez Ramirez. Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina. PERU.
5:00pm –5:15pm
Effect of four levels of K on yield and quality of paprika pepper (Capsicum annuum) cv. PapriKing.
Dr. Andres Casas. Universidad. Nacional Agraria La Molina. PERU.
5:15pm –5:30pm
Integrated production system: toward a rational fertilization. The case of bell pepper (Capsicum
annuum). Dra. Constanza Jana. INIA-CHILE.
5:30pm –5:45pm
Selection of fungal biocontrol agents for their potential control of Fusarium internal fruit rot in
greenhouse bell pepper. Dr Mario Frans. Bioengineering Technology TC, BELGIUM.
5:45pm –6:00pm
Nematode control Efficacy of NimitzTM (Fluensulfone) on Peppers with Polyethylene Mulch in a
Commercial Operation. Pablo Alejandro Navia Gine. ADAMA US. USA.
6:00pm- 6:20pm
CIRAS-3 PP- System a useful tool to measure Leaf Gas Exchange in Vegetable- peppers.
Joel Kenyon. USA.
Open Evening
Note: Free-breakfast will be provided only for Hotel del Mar -Enjoy’s passengers
Wednesday, November 19th- 2014
OPENING PLENARY SESSION II – Salón Estrella (Third Floor)
Functional use and Health
Moderators: Marisol González - INIA- Chile & Allen Van Deynze. University of California USA
09:00am –9:30am
Plenary Lecture 5
The Nutritional and Health Science of Chiles, Vegetables, Fruits, and Other Wellness
Information. Dr. Benigno Villalón (PE). Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, Texas.
09:30am –10:00am
Plenary Lecture 7
Current status of perceived benefits of pepper health benefits: Challenges and opportunities
to increase consumption of pepper using health and nutritional benefits. Dr. Bhimanagouda
Patil . Texas A&M University, USA.
10:00am –10:30am
Plenary Lecture 6
Effect of capsinoids in human energy metabolism: Dr Jose E. Galgani. UDA-Health Sciences,
Nutrition and Dietetics. School of Medicine. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
10:30am-11:00am
Coffee BREAK - Poster and Stand viewing
CONCURRENT SESSIONS III - oral presentations AM
Breeding, pest and diseases
Moderator: Gene McAvoy. University of Florida/IFAS & Paulina Sepúlveda INIA Chile
11:00am – 11:15am Genetic relations among fifty-one sweet pepper and hot pepper accessions (Capsicum annuum L.)
belong to Chilean Agricultural Research Institute. Javier Saavedra. INIA- CHILE.
11:15am – 11:30am The Genes Controlling Resistance to Phytophthora capsici in Pepper. Dr. Allen Van Deynze.
University of California. USA.
11:30am – 11:45am Evaluation of bell pepper cultivars and breeding lines for resistance to the crown rot phase of
Phytophthora capsici and skin separation or silvering in New Jersey. Andy Wyenandt. Rutgers
University. USA.
11:45am – 12:00am Evaluation of Phytophthora Resistant Pepper Varieties and Breeding Lines in Florida. Monica
Ozores-Hampton. University of Florida/IFAS/ SWFREC. USA
12:00am – 12:15am Vector for Pepper Virus complex and control strategies in the Coquimbo Region. Paulina
Sepúlveda Msc. INIA-CHILE.
12:15am – 12:30am New Peppers Varieties for Open Field Crop with High Fruit Quality and Resistant to Potyvirus in
Cuba. Yaritza Rodríguez Llanes. Instituto de Investigaciones Hortícolas Liliana Dimitrova. CUBA
12:30am – 12:45am Screening Capsicum baccatum accessions for resistance to Leaf miner and Green peach aphid. Dr.
Kevin Crosby. Texas A&M University. USA.
12:45am – 01:00am Management of chilli (Bell pepper) fruit borer by some novel insecticides. Dr. Monilal Chatterjee.
Central Agricultural University. INDIA.
1:00pm -02:30pm
LUNCH - Salón Caracola (Third Floor)
Note: Free-breakfast will be provided only for Hotel del Mar -Enjoy’s passengers
CONCURRENT SESSIONS IV - oral presentations pm
Horticultural management, production and pepper physiology
Moderators: Dr. Francisco Reifschneider. EMBRAPA Brasil & Claudia Mac Leod INIA Chile
2:45pm –3:00pm
ABA induces growth modulation in pepper transplants. Dr. Daniel Leskovar. Department of
Horticultural Sciences, Texas A&M University. USA.
3:00pm –3: 15pm
Role of CaGLK2 in controlling fruit development in pepper. Dr. Ilan Paran. Agricultural Research
Organization. ISRAEL
3:15pm –3: 30pm
Differential Carotenoid accumulation and Beta-ciclasa (LCYb), Capsantina/Capsorubina Sintasa
gene expression in Capsicum genotypes differing in fruit color. M.Teresa Pino. INIA CHILE.
3:30pm –3: 45pm
Association of capsaicin and oleoresin on seed quality traits in hot pepper (Capsicum spp.). Dr. K.S.
Nagaraju. University of Agricultural Sciences. INDIA.
3:45pm –4: 00pm
Influence of maturity stages and post-harvest ripening on seed quality in Capsicum spp. Dr. P. J.
Devaraju. University of Agricultural Sciences. INDIA.
4:00pm –4:30pm
Coffee BREAK - Poster and Stand viewing
CONCURRENT SESSIONS IV - Oral Presentations PM
Metabolomics, Functional use, Post-harvest issues and Industry
Moderators: Teresa Avila. CIFP. Bolivia & Andy Wyenandt. Rutgers University. USA.
4:30pm –4:45pm
Habanero pepper: a plant species with high embryogenic potential in vitro. Susana Avilés Viñas.
Centro de Investigación Científica de Yucatán. MEXICO.
4:45pm –5:00pm
In vitro biosynthesis of capsaicin in suspension cultures of Naga King Chili. Mechuselie Kehie.
North-Eastern Hill University. INDIA
5:00pm –5:15pm
Internal Fruit Rot and Premature Seed Germination of Field Grown Colored Peppers. Wesley L.
Kline. Rutgers Cooperative Extension. USA.
5:15pm –5:30pm
Breeding Paprika Hungarian Pepper in Landraces from Coquimbo Region, Chile. Gabriel Saavedra
INIA Chile
5:30pm –5:45pm
Merken: A ground smoked hot pepper of ancestral origin with high gourmet value from the
Araucanía Region of Chile to the world. Mg. Elizabeth Kerh. INIA Chile.
5:45pm –6:00pm
Capsicum working group: a collaborative multidisciplinary effort to improve sweet and chili
pepper. Dra. Rosana Rodrigues UENF - Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense BRASIL
ANNOUNCEMENTS and Poster Competition
Poster Presenters to Remove Displays from Poster Boards (Posters must be removed by 7pm.)
8:00pm- 11:00pm
EVENING DINNER BANQUET – Salón Caracola (Third Floor)
Closing Ceremony, Closing Poster Competition (Poster Committee)
Closing Competition for hosting the next Symposium
Thursday, November 20th 2014
8:00am- 4:00pm
Field TRIP en V Region
limited vacancies
pre-registration secretariapepper@efecinco.cl
Note: Free-breakfast will be provided only for Hotel del Mar -Enjoy’s passengers
Note: Free-breakfast will be provided only for Hotel del Mar -Enjoy’s passengers