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A call for papers has been issued for the 7th meeting of the IOBC/WPRS working group on ‘Landscape management for functional biodiversity’, which is being held in conjunction with a British Ecological Society Agricultural Ecology Special Interest Group meeting on March 29 to 31, 2017, in Dundee, Scotland.
Drawing on the work of a large panel of experts, researchers have produced a series of recommendations designed to help define priorities for research in biological control, one of the cornerstones of Integrated Pest Management (IPM).
ENDURE gave an invited plenary talk on the importance of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and the challenges and opportunities in IPM research and innovation (R&I) in Europe and beyond, at the launch of a new European Joint Master Degree.
Graduate students from as far afield as Madagascar and Turkey attended ENDURE’s fifth Summer School in October, tackling the topic, ‘The role of IPM in mitigating the effects of climate change on pest dynamics - modelling approaches’.
ENDURE’s fifth Summer School addressing the topic ‘The role of IPM in mitigating the effects of climate change on pest dynamics - modelling approaches’ was held in October 2016. Here we present a selection of photographs from the week-long course.
A team of ENDURE scientists has reflected on the lessons learned from a decade of networking on Integrated Pest Management (IPM), examining how this approach can help address IPM implementation and adoption.
Plant BioProtech, the 1st International Symposium on Plant Bioprotection Sciences and Technologies, is to be held in France in 2017, bringing together the international experiences of scientists and companies working on plant protection using beneficial microorganisms and natural elicitors.
Applications are now being accepted for ENDURE's 2016 Summer School. Focusing on 'The role of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in mitigating the effects of climate change on pest dynamics - modelling approaches', the Summer School will run from October 9 to 14, 2016.
Rothamsted Research has released its annual report for 2015/2016, a particularly important period for the institute, which has undergone 18 months of reflection on its long-term vision and mission under new director Professor Achim Dobermann.
Five new projects have been launched under INRA’s SMaCH metaprogramme, with a focus on the use of the humanities and social sciences to study the social, historical, legal and economic processes linked to the sustainable management of crop health.