I just completed my thesis research work at the Plant Protection Service, Wageningen. The research work started in March, 2013 when I arrived in Wageningen.
Although there were some few problems regarding visa in the beginning I finally managed to secure one in March. I officially was part of the Plant Science group of Wageningen University. However, my thesis research was conducted at the Plant Protection Service, Wageningen. Working at the Plant Protection Service allowed me the opportunity to pursue the topic of my interest under the most perfect conditions. My research work was “on the species status of the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne ulmi (Nematoda: Meloidogyne). The whole research took a period of six months to finish. It was a nice working at the plant protection service and by extension, being part of the plant science group of Wageningen University.