On trouve dans cette section les dernières nouvelles rédigées en anglais.
With the recent addition of more than 20 reports covering subjects as diverse as tools such as EuroWheat and WeedML, case studies encompassing field vegetables, grapevine, winter cererals and maize, and approaches that include landscape impacts on weeds, ENDURE's library of publicly available deliverables now numbers 98 different documents.
ENDURE will this year host its second major international conference when it stages ‘Integrated Pest Management in Europe - The ENDURE Network of Excellence shares the fruits of four years’ research with the crop protection community’ at the Eurosites George V centre in Paris, France. No registration fees are being charged for this important event and you can now book your place online.
ENDURE’s grapevine case study team has recently published a series of five leaflets in the From Science to Field series tackling subjects as varied as reducing herbicide use, Decision Support Systems, mating disruption, the use of microbial biocontrol agents and new disease-resistant grape varieties.
With European Member States facing significant challenges in introducing National Action Plans designed to deliver agricultural systems which make much greater use of Integrated Pest Management, the role of ENDURE’s Network of Experts is likely to become increasingly important.
For a crop that originates in the Americas, maize has established an extremely important place in European agriculture, whether it be in terms of acreages, the frequency with which is it grown or its role in crop rotation systems.
The UK Government is to pump more than £13.5 million (€15.5m) into more than 30 innovative crop protection research projects in a move it hopes will help farmers cope with new European Union regulations.
Even the most dynamic lecture or PowerPoint presentation can sometimes fail to inspire participants, which is why training experts from the Danish Agricultural Advisory Service (DAAS) have devised an Integrated Pest Management card game to support IPM training programmes.
Students from as far afield as China, Argentina and Uganda are among the candidates selected for ENDURE’s third PhD Summer School, which will be tackling ‘New and emerging agricultural pests, diseases and weeds’ in Volterra, Italy, this October.
Modelling experts from ENDURE’s research team studying the exploitation of plant genetic resistance have recently produced a leaflet explaining how to use three models employed by researchers at ENDURE partners Aarhus University (AU), INRA (French National Institute for Agricultural Research) and Wageningen University (WUR).
You can now read about ENDURE’s Information Centre - the central point of reference for extending expert knowledge, recommendations and advice for extension services, advisers and researchers concerning all aspects of Integrated Pest Management - in a range of European languages.