51 presentations from "IPM innovation in Europe" available now

Friday, March 27, 2015

51 presentations from the Innovation in IPM congress (Poznań – Jan 2015) are now available on the website.

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IPM assessment and methodology

Modelling for the design and assessment of IPM solutions

New challenges for IPM research in horticulture

IPM in Corporate Sustainability Initiatives: What do Sysco, McDonald’s, Whole Foods Market and Walmart have to do with IPM?

Cost-Benefit Analysis : a methodology for the evaluation of the economic performance of IPM

Mandatory Integrated Pest Management in the European Union: Experimental insights on consumers’ reactions

Towards new cropping systems to meet present and future agricultural requirements

Wheat-based cropping systems

Designing multifunctional margins for biocontrol in wheat-OSR rotations

Winter wheat based rotations – Economic and environmental evaluation of IPM strategies

In vitro inhibition by natural wheat chemicals and identification of their biochemical targets

Winter wheat based rotations – Agronomic evaluation of IPM strategies

Tools to manage soilborne diseases

Decreased fitness of herbicide resistant weeds suggests options for management Case study: Alopecurus myosuroides

Spread and distribution of aggressive strains of yellow rust in Europe

Maize-based cropping systems

Maize-based rotations – Agronomic evaluation of IPM strategies

Maize-based rotations – Economic and environmental evaluation of IPM strategies

Decreased fitness of herbicide resistant weeds suggests options for management. Case study: Echinochloa crus-galli

Field vegetable

Field vegetables – IPM-solutions ready to use in practice

Pomefruit

Sustainability evaluation of an innovative approach for managing brown spot disease on pears in Italy

Response of pest and pest-enemy populations to landscape characteristics in orchard systems

Low-Input crop protection strategy for apples Possibilities and limits

Rain covers, an innovation studied in apple orchards to protect against apple scab

Role of spray application in IPM pomefruit crops

Biological control of apple scab (Venturia inaequalis) by Cladosporium

Lessons learnt using CPGV to protect apples from codling moth

Grapevine

Advanced solutions to reduce pesticide use on grape

Innovative IPM tools for managing major diseases on grapevine

Requirements for effective mating disruption of a leafhopper with vibrational noise

Protected crops

The healthy greenhouse”: healthy for plants, man, and the environment

Greenhouse climate investigations for advanced IPM management

Trichogramma achaeae as an IPM tool in Tomato greenhouses

IPM in Southern European greenhouses : Strengths and weaknesses

Innovative decision support system for IP M in greenhouses

Integrated management of the invasive tomato leafminer Tuta absoluta in Flanders (Belgium)

Pest evolution and enhancement of the durability of ipm solutions

Is the efficacy of biological control against plant diseases likely to be more durable than that of chemical pesticides?

Weed suppressive rotations: a modelling frame work for sustainable weed control

Lessons learnt using CPGV to protect apples from codling moth

Spread and distribution of aggressive strains of yellow rust in Europe

Decreased fitness of herbicide resistant weeds suggests options for management Case study: Alopecurus myosuroides

Spatial blueprints for a more durable use of resistance genes against plant disease

Decreased fitness of herbicide resistant weeds suggests options for management. Case study: Echinochloa crus-galli

An experimental test of the effect of management strategies and rotation on plant-pathogen suppression by soil microbial communities

A generic Decision Support System for integrated weed management

Fungicide resistance management

Plant - pest –enemies interaction

Optimization of nutritional and growth conditions for the production of Ampelomyces quisqualis

Overview of EU-funded project BIOCOMES

Biological control of apple scab (Venturia inaequalis) by Cladosporium

Trichoderma atroviride for control soil-borne pathogens

Ecological engineering

Landscape effects on pest populations and their role in IPM

Arable landscapes and multiple ecosystem services in the Netherlands

Quantify the contribution of semi-natural habitats to essential ecological services – QuESSA

Emerging technologies

Airborne sampling and optical sensing methods for macro scale mapping

Requirements for effective mating disruption of a leafhopper with vibrational noise

Role of spray application in IPM pomefruit crops

Dissemination

IOBC and its commission "Guidelines for integrated production

European Crop Protection Association (ECPA ) fully committed to IPM thanks to innovation and the engagement of its members

Delivering Sustainable Farming through On-farm Implementation of Integrated Farm Management

Co-innovation

Co-innovation at work

The role of the institutional context on the implementation of farmer participatory research projects for sustainable agriculture

The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/ 2007-2013) under the grant agreement n°265865- PURE