Pascale Flury – New member of the Swiss Society of Plant Biology

The microbial communities of composts can supress soil-borne diseases. Pot assay with cress plants attacked by Globisporangium ultimum. image: Pascale Flury Uni Basel

The Swiss Society of Plant Biology welcomes its new member Dr. Pascale Flury.
Visit her personal research portfolio Plant-beneficial rhizobacteria.

Pascale Flury is a research associate and chairs a research team in the Department of Environmental Sciences at the University of Basel.


The Swiss Society of Plant Biology and its portal – the Swiss Plant Science Web – serve as an information and communications tool for academic plant sciences in Switzerland. The network enhances the visibility of plant biology and the achievements of plant science research for society. By joining forces, it advances research and education efforts in Switzerland. Group leaders at Swiss universities are portrayed with a personal research portfolio. Currently, the SPSW website showcases 130 member portfolios.