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Small RNAs – the future of plant protection?

Small RNAs are common in fungi, including fungi that can be used as biocontrol agents in agriculture, horticulture, and forestry. In a new review, SLU scientists highlights the diverse function of

Join the network

Welcome to join our network on plant protection and plant health! SLU Network plant protection is available to stimulate and support collaborations between staff at SLU's various locations and

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

Stakeholder event horticulture

Swedish horticulture and plant protection katja.fedrowitz@slu.se Welcome to a webinar with insights from colleagues working at Hushållningssällskapet/HIR Skåne, at LRF trädgård, and from Kiviks

SLU Plant Protection Network

We promote and stimulate collaboration between researchers at SLU's different campuses, faculties and departments with the aim to strengthen SLU's profile in plant protection towards the outside

SLU Centre for Biological Control's annual report 2023

“Year after year we see that biocontrol innovations provide better and better crop protection, in many cases matching or even surpassing chemical pesticides”, says Johan Stenberg, the Director of the

Jan Pettersson’s donation

In honor of Professor Emeritus Jan Pettersson, who passed away in August 2017, a scholarship fund has been established. The travel stipends are intended for PhD students at SLU with projects related

Apply for a travel stipend before 28 February

In honor of Professor Emeritus Jan Pettersson, who passed away in August 2017, a scholarship fund has been established. The travel stipends are intended for PhD students at SLU with projects related

Bark beetles can’t hide from their natural enemies

Flies from the genera Medetera can sense and find the bark beetle Ips typographus that is a severe insect pest on Norway spruce. A synthetic blend of the compunds that the flies react to can

Tool can detect possible destructive pest for Swedish birches

The increased use of broadleaf trees in Swedish forestry may bring new and yet undiscovered pests. A wood borer insect known as the bronze birch borer causes severe damage on birch in North America,

Navigating the Swedish funding landscape, with a special focus on plant protection research

Lunch webbinar: Navigating the Swedish funding landscape, with a special focus on plant protection research katja.fedrowitz@slu.se Welcome to a seminar organised by the SLU Plant Protection Network

Call for short-term monitoring projects in forest damage

The SLU Forest Damage Centre announces a call with focus on monitoring of forest damage. The call is for short-term monitoring projects that focus on method development and will be carried out in

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