• Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 1992: from the left award winner Dr. Jürgen Blanken, Dr. Hermann Eiselen, award winner Dr. Jürgen Kroschel
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 1992: Dies academicus at the University of Hohenheim
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 1992: The President of the University, Prof. Haubold, thanked Dr. H. Eiselen with a bouquet of flowers
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 1992: Dr. H. Eiselen handed over the bouquet to Mrs. Liselotte Knoll, widow of Prof. Dr. Josef G. Knoll
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 1992: Hand over of certificate by Dr. H. Eiselen to award winner Dr. Jürgen Blanken
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 1992: Dr. Hermann Eiselen and Mrs. Liselotte Knoll, widow of Prof. Dr. Josef G. Knoll
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 1992: from the left Mrs. and Mr. Prof. Dr. Peter Knoll, Mrs. Liselotte Knoll, widow of Prof. Dr. Josef G. Knoll and Dr. Hermann Eiselen
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 1992: from the left award winner Dr. Jürgen Blanken and award winner Dr. Jürgen Kroschel
  • Josef G. Knoll-Science Award 1992: from the left award winner Dr. Jürgen Blanken, Dr. Hermann Eiselen, award winner Dr. Jürgen Kroschel
  • Award winners 1992

    Dr. Jürgen Kroschel
    University of Hohenheim, 1992
    „Integrierter Pflanzenschutz im Kartoffelanbau der R. Jemen unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der integrierten biologischen Bekämpfung der Kartoffelmotte (Phthorimaea operculella Zeller) (Integrated crop protection in the potato cultivation of the R. Yemen with special consideration of the integrated biological control of the potato moth (Phthorimaea operculella Zeller)“
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    Dr. Jürgen Blanken
    University of Goettingen, 1990
    „Der Übergang von der Subsistenz - zur Marktproduktion - Einkommens- und Ernährungswirkungen am Beispiel eines dicht besiedelten Standortes in Ruanda (The transition from subsistence to market production - income and nutritional effects using the example of a densely populated location in Rwanda)“
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    The prize was awarded by the Eiselen Foundation on June 26, 1992 during the Dies academicus of the University of Hohenheim. The award winners received DM 12,500 each for their scientific work, which is a recognizable contribution to the improvement of the nutritional situation in developing countries.