INRA Sophia-Antipolis presented EUCLID and IPM to middle and high school students in Antibes France, in the framework of a partnership programme between research institutes and schools of the area.

The workpackage of the EUCLID project dealing with the assessment of new methods in IPM has generated a lot of results during these last two years (WP2). Biological control techniques are various: it can use products extracted from plants but also insects (macro-biocontrol agents) or fungi and bacteria (micro-biocontrol agents).

The program of this technical event includes talks, workshops and posters to present the most recent results obtained by researchers of the Sustainable Plant Protection Program at IRTA to farmers, technicians and policy makers involved in plant protection.