Safe the date: German Tree Care Conference 2019: May 07 to 09

Lectures

Substantiated + up-to-date + uncommitted

The three-day conference brings together experts and practitioners of all different disciplines. The aim: Sharing and discussing the latest findings on neutral territory. The great hall is the central point for numerous lectures and presentations on sustainable and healthy tree care. Each day has a key issue. In addition to the conference a scientific poster presentation offers the opportunity to get information on the latest developments and trends in arboriculture.

  • Timetable Fachtagung | Tuesday, 24.04.2018

    Lectures
    Nature conservation and tree care

    Lectures Tree Climbing Forum Exhibition Area
    08:00

    Opening of the Check-In-Counter Trade show of the German Tree Care Conference starts in the trade show hall and outside area ArborArt-Exhibition “Trees-Wood-Art” starts in the foyer

    09:45

    Welcome and introduction

    Prof. Dr. Dirk Dujesiefken

    10:00

    The real Green is in the soil Consequences for sustainable urban green

    Pius Floris, Plant Health Cure, Oisterwijk, Netherlands

    10:45

    Coffee break

    Practical presentations in the trade show hall and outside area Scientific Poster Presentation Discussion with the authors

    11:30

    Native woodlands - legal requirements and current developments

    Dr. Rudolf Specht, Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz, Bau und Reaktorsicherheit (BMUB), Bonn

    12:15

    Native woodlands from the perspective of nurseries: cultivation, availability, transitional solutions and notices for tenders

    Christoph Dirksen, Baumschule Ley, Meckenheim

    13:00

    Lunch break

    Practical presentations in the trade show hall and outside area Scientific Poster Presentation Discussion with the authors

    14:15

    Ecological Urban Green: Tree and bush care close to nature

    Robert Spreter, Kommunen für biologische Vielfalt e. V., Geschäftsführer

    15:00

    Habitat trees between legal requirements and practical work Dealing with protected breeding and resting places in Frankfurt / Main

    Volker Rothenburger, Umweltamt Frankfurt / Main

    15:45

    Coffee break

    Practical presentations in the trade show hall and outside area Scientific Poster Presentation Discussion with the authors

    16:30

    The ecological value of urban trees with respect to biodiversity

    Sandra Gloor: SWILD Stadtökologie Wildtierforschung Kommunikation, Zürich

    17:15

    Seasonality – is there a perfect time for pruning?

    Prof. Dr. Dirk Dujesiefken, Institut für Baumpflege Hamburg

    in German with English translation in English with German translation
  • Timetable Fachtagung | Wednesday, 25.04.2018

    Lectures
    Tree inspection and diseases

    Lectures Tree Climbing Forum Exhibition Area
    08:00

    Begin of trade show and ArborArt

    08:30

    Dead branches in trees – biology, pathology and current jurisdiction

    Prof. Dr. Dirk Dujesiefken, Institut für Baumpflege Hamburg, Prof. Dr. Rolf Kehr, HAWK Göttingen, Werner Liebeton, Komm. Schadensausgleich westdt. Städte (KSA) und Haftpflichtschadensausgleich der Dt. Großstädte (HADG), Bochum

    10:00

    Coffee break

    Practical presentations in the trade show hall and outside area Scientific Poster Presentation Discussion with the authors

    10:45

    Patterns of new bacterial and fungal threats to Germany and Europe: Bacterial Leaf Scorch of Xylella fastidiosa, Thousand Cankers Disease and Dothistroma Needle Bligh

    Prof. Dr. Jörg Schumacher, Hochschule für nachhaltige Entwicklung (HNE) Eberswalde

    11:30

    Tree inspection according to species – typical symptoms and features on alder and elm

    Dr. Horst Stobbe, Petra Jaskula, Institut für Baumpflege Hamburg

    12:00

    Presentation of the scientific posters

    12:30

    Lunch break

    Practical presentations in the trade show hall and outside area Scientific Poster Presentation Discussion with the authors

    13:45

    The effect of NO2 and ozone on the allergenicity of pollen

    Prof. Dr. Jörg Durner, Helmholtz Zentrum München

    14:30

    Allergy risk of tree pollen

    Prof. Dr. Carsten Schmidt-Weber, Zentrum Allergie und Umwelt, München

    15:15

    Coffee break

    Practical presentations in the trade show hall and outside area Scientific Poster Presentation Discussion with the authors

    16:00

    Questiontime for tree inspectors about private supplementary insurance

    Delia Valbert, Werner Liebeton, Komm. Schadensausgleich westdt. Städte (KSA) und Haftpflichtschadensausgleich der Dt. Großstädte (HADG), Bochum

    16:45

    Thousand-year-old tree species: Ginkgo, yew, sweet chestnut – their character, special features and potential

    Prof. Dr. Andreas Roloff, Institut für Forstbotanik, TU Dresden

    in German with English translation in English with German translation
  • Timetable Fachtagung | Thursday, 26.04.2018

    Lectures
    Tree inspection and tree management

    Lectures Tree Climbing Forum Exhibition Area
    08:00

    Begin of trade show and ArborArt

    08:30

    Liability for storm inflicted damages by trees

    Werner Liebeton, Komm. Schadensausgleich westdt. Städte (KSA) und Haftpflichtschadensausgleich der Dt. Großstädte (HADG), Bochum

    09:15

    Basics and criteria for judgement of the stability of trees

    Andreas Detter, Brudi und Partner, Gauting

    10:00

    Coffee break

    Practical presentations in the trade show hall and outside area Scientific Poster Presentation Discussion with the authors

    10:45

    Beavers in historical parks Experiences with different protection measures

    Sebastian Doil, Kulturstiftung Dessau Wörlitz

    11:30

    Distinctions of duties to maintain the safety of trees on public and private ground in due consideration of trees on boundaries

    Werner Liebeton, Komm. Schadensausgleich westdt. Städte (KSA) und Haftpflichtschadensausgleich der Dt. Großstädte (HADG), Bochum

    12:00

    Lunch break

    Practical presentations in the trade show hall and outside area Scientific Poster Presentation Discussion with the authors

    13:15

    Tree inspectors‘ risks of responsibility under criminal law – an attempt at quantifying

    Werner Liebeton, Komm. Schadensausgleich westdt. Städte (KSA) und Haftpflichtschadensausgleich der Dt. Großstädte (HADG), Bochum

    13:45

    Ash dieback – the damage development

    Prof. Dr. Rolf Kehr, HAWK, Göttingen

    14:15

    Ash dieback – the concept of management for the street trees in the state of Hesse

    Volker Schlia, Hessen Mobil, Straßen- und Verkehrsmanagement, Gelnhausen

    14:45

    Coffee break

    Practical presentations in the trade show hall and outside area Scientific Poster Presentation Discussion with the authors

    15:00

    Bees and trees – ecological aspects for the selection of tree species

    Klaus Körber, LWG Veitshöchheim

    16:00

    Closing discussion

    16:15

    Have a save trip back home

    See you next year 7.-9. May 2019

    in German with English translation in English with German translation
  • Die wissenschaftliche Posterausstellung bietet an allen drei Tagen die Möglichkeit, sich über neue Entwicklungen zu informieren. In den Mittagspausen stehen die Autoren für Diskussionen zur Verfügung.


    Experimentelle Überprüfung der Windlastanalyse für statische Zugversuche
    Daniel Esche, Pit Schumacher, Andreas Detter, Prof. Dr. Steffen Rust, HAWK Göttingen

    Bedeutung von genetischer Variabilität im Stadtbaumbereich
    Prof. Dr. Doris Krabel, TU Dresden, Institut für Forstbotanik und Forstzoologie, Tharandt

    Gefährdungen durch biogene Stoffe und Prävention in der Baumpflege
    Alexandra Riethmüller, Sozialversicherung für Landwirtschaft, Forsten und Gartenbau (SVLFG), Bereich Prävention, Kassel

    Einsatzmöglichkeiten von optischen Markern im statischen Zugversuch
    Prof. Dr. Steffen Rust, Kilian Wiegmann, HAWK, Göttingen

    Schadinsekten an Esche
    Olaf Schmidt, Bayrische Landesanstalt für Wald und Forstwirtschaft (LWF) Bayern, Freising

    Die amerikanische Eichennetzwanze (Corythucha arcuata), ein neuer Schadorganismus an Eichen in Europa
    Dr. Thomas Schröder, Bundesministerium für Ernährung und Landwirtschaft (BMEL), Bonn, und Björn Hoppe, Julius Kühn-Institut (JKI), Braunschweig

    Einsatz molekularer Marker zur Art- und Herkunftsbestimmung von Bäumen und Holz
    Hilke Schroeder, Dr. Bernd Degen, Thünen-Institut für Forstgenetik, Großhansdorf

    Umsetzung der Importvorschriften für Holzverpackungsmaterial in Bezug auf den Asiatischen Laubholzbockkäfer (ALB) in Deutschland
    Rebekka Schwarz, Schonungen

    Diagnose von baumschädigenden Bodenverdichtungen bei der Baumkontrolle
    Dr. Katharina Weltecke, Jörn Benk, Michael Müller-Inkmann, Dr. Markus Streckenbach, Arbeitskreis „Baum im Boden“, Bad Arolsen

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