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Oral Presentations from the Congress


14–16 January 2015 in Poznań, Poland


  1. Alaphilippe Aude – IOBC and its commission “Guidelines for Integrated Production”
  2. Aubertot Jean-Noël IPM design and assessment
  3. Aubertot Jean-Noël Modelling for the design and assessment of IPM solutions
  4. Bardin Mark Is the efficacy of biological control against plant diseases likely to be more durable than that of chemical pesticides?
  5. Bastiaans Lammert Weed suppressive rotations: a modelling framework for sustainable weed control
  6. Begg Graham - Landscape effects on pest populations and their role in IPM
  7. Besse Samantha Is the efficiency of biological control against insect pests likely to be more durable than that of chemical pesticides?  Lessons learned using CpGV to protect apple orchards from codling moth
  8. Birch Nick Chemical ecology studies of brassicas to understand and influence infestation by cabbage root fly adults and larvae: Towards a ‘push-pull’ strategy for IPM
  9. Bocquet Jean Charles Integrated Pest Management. European Crop Protection Association (ECPA) is fully committed to IPM thanks to the innovation and engagement of its members
  10. Boonekamp Piet The Healthy Greenhouse ‘Gezonde Kas’: Healthy for plants, humans & environment. Interreg 4A project
  11. Buurma Jan New challenges for IPM research in horticulture
  12. Caffi Tito Sustainability evaluation of an innovative approach for managing brown spot disease on pears in Italy
  13. Cook Samantha Designing multifunctional field margins for biocontrol in wheat-oilseed rape rotations
  14. Dachbrodt-Saaydeh Silke The National Action Plan Perspective - How EU Member States promote IPM implementation
  15. Dachbrodt-Saaydeh Silke Winter wheat based rotations – Economic and environmental evaluation of IPM strategies
  16. De Wolf Pieter Co-innovation at work. An overview of the concept, the approach within PURE and the wider relevance
  17. Fatnassi Hicham Greenhouse climate investigations for advanced IPM management
  18. Fomsgaard Inge S. In vitro inhibition of Fusarium mycotoxin production by wheat secondary metabolites
  19. Giovani Baldissera Euphresco: an opportunity for phytosanitary research coordination and funding in the EPPO region and abroad
  20. Giraud Marion Trichogramma achaeae as an IPM tool in tomato greenhouses
  21. Green Thomas IPM in Corporate Sustainability Initiatives: What do Sysco, McDonald’s, Whole Foods Market and Walmart have to do with IPM?
  22. Hommes Martin Field vegetables – IPM-solutions ready to use in practice
  23. Hovmoller Mogens S. Spread and distribution of aggressive strains of yellow rust in Europe
  24. Jensen Jens Erik Perspectives on the implementation of IPM in EU – An advisory perspective
  25. Keshtkar Eshagh Decreased fitness of herbicide resistant weeds suggests options for management. Case study: Alopecurus myosuroides
  26. Köhl Jürgen Overview of EU-funded project BIOCOMES: Developing new biological control products for IPM in agriculture and forestry
  27. Köhl Jürgen Biological control of apple scab (Venturia inaequalis) by Cladosporium cladosporioides H39
  28. Kudsk Per Winter wheat based rotations – Agronomic evaluation of IPM strategies in on-station experiments
  29. Lavigne Claire Response of pest (Codling moth) and pest-enemy (parasitoids) populations to landscape characteristics in (apple) orchard systems
  30. Lefebvre Marianne Cost Benefit Analysis: a methodology for the evaluation of the economic performance of IPM
  31. Lefebvre Marianne Mandatory IPM in the European Union: Experimental insights on consumers' reactions
  32. Lescourret Françoise The contribution of PURE
  33. Lof Marjolein Durable plant disease resistance by evolution management - how?
  34. Mazzoni Valerio The new method of insect mating disruption by vibrational noise
  35. Messéan Antoine Towards more coordinated IPM research in Europe: the C-IPM ERA-NET
  36. Mitchell Kathryn - Delivering Sustainable Farming through On-Farm Implementation of Integrated Farm Management
  37. Panozzo Silvia Decreased fitness of herbicide resistant weeds suggests options for management. Case study: Echinochloa crus-galli
  38. Perren Sarah Low-Residue crop protection strategy for apples. Possibilities and limits
  39. Pertot Ilaria Trichoderma atroviride for control soil-borne pathogens
  40. Pertot Ilaria Advanced solutions to reduce pesticide use on grape
  41. Poncet Christine IPM in Southern European Greenhouses: Strengths and Weaknesses
  42. Poncet Christine Innovative decision support system for IPM in greenhouses
  43. Postma Joeke An experimental test of the effect of management strategies and rotation on plant-pathogen suppression by soil microbial communities
  44. Rossi Vittorio Innovative IPM tools for managing major diseases on grapevine
  45. Rossing Walter Arable landscapes and multiple ecosystem services in The Netherlands
  46. Rydahl Per A generic Decision Support System for integrated weed management
  47. Sattin Maurizio Maize-based rotations - Agronomic evaluation of IPM strategies
  48. Seuneke Pieter The role of the institutional context on the implementation of farmer participatory research projects for sustainable agriculture: A comparative analysis of the four country ‘co-innovation’ pilots in the EU PURE-project (WP13)
  49. Termorshuizen Aad Tools to manage soilborne diseases
  50. Van Damme Veerle – Integrated management of the invasive tomato leafminer Tuta absoluta in Flanders (Belgium)
  51. Van den Berg Femke Fungicide resistance management
  52. Van der Werf Wopke QUESSA Quantification of Ecosystem Services for Sustainable Agriculture
  53. Van de Zande Jan Role of spray application in IPM pome fruit crops
  54. Vasileiadis Vasileios Maize-based rotations - Economic and environmental evaluation of IPM strategies
  55. Wery Jacques Cropping systems and IPM in a sustainability perspective
  56. West Jon Airborne sampling and optical sensing methods for macro scale mapping
  57. Zavagli Franziska Rain protection in apple orchards

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