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Platform Plant Protection


Det finns 72 sidor som är taggade med Platform Plant Protection:

Drosophila-suzukii

This project develops new techniques to control one of the most severe pests on berries and soft-skinned fruit, the spotted-wing Drosophila, D. suzukii. Control of Drosophila suzukii demands a basic

Plant protection at SLU

Plant protection at SLU

Here you can find information on plant protection at SLU (mostly in Swedish): Plant protection focus groups Ask a researcher Unit for risk assessment of non-indigenous plant pests Centre for

Related platforms

Related platforms

Platform Plant Protection Platform Plant Breeding Platform Crop Production Systems

Newsletter Platform Plant Protection

Newsletter Platform Plant Protection

Sign up to our email-list and newsletter if you want to stay in contact with other researchers in plant protection at SLU or get information on plant protection activities at SLU. Contact:

The role of biological plant protection

The role of biological plant protection

Biological control in crop protection: present challenges and future prospects cajsa.lithell@slu.se Welcome to a half-day symposium on biological control, starting with lunch 12.00 on May 23rd,

Platform for plant protection

Platform for plant protection

To strengthen the plant protection research at SLU, the vice chancellor has given the Platform Plant Protection at SLU the mission and funding to promote and coordinate plant protection research

About

About

Plant protection mailing list and newsletter Feel free to sign up to our plant protection mailing list to receive further information from and communicate with plant protection researchers at SLU.

New knowledge on the mechanisms behind biological control with mycoparasitic fungus

The fungus Clonostachys rosea has great potential as a future biocontrol agent against several fungal diseases. A new study from SLU reveals more information on the mechanisms behind the biocontrol

New knowledge on the mechanisms behind biological control with mycoparasitic fungus

The fungus Clonostachys rosea has great potential as a future biocontrol agent against several fungal diseases. A new study from SLU reveals more information on the mechanisms behind the biocontrol

Research

The platform is currently funding four research projects (calls 2014 and 2015) with collaboration between different faculties and subject areas: Modelling of annual weeds: Population growth dynamics

Focus groups

Focus groups within the area of plant protection Five focus groups funded by the Platform Plant Protection at SLU have started their work in autumn 2017: Diagnosis, monitoring and risk management ,

Workshop Platform Plant Protection

Workshop Platform Plant Protection

katja.fedrowitz@slu.se Platform Plant Protection XXX More information will come soon - save the date. Platform Plant Protection (www.slu.se/platformplantprotection) PO Box 7043, SE-750 07 Uppsala