EUCLID Newsletter - Special issue - December 2016

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Efficiency of Commercially-available Biocontrol Agents Against Root-Knot Nematodes

Root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.) are major and increasing soilborne pests on different protected vegetable crops in a crop system. 

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Mass Producing and Inoculating Predatory Dicyphus in Tomato Seedlings

More than 50% of the total surface of tomatoes produced in the greenhouses of the South of Spain, are produced using biological control. 

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Variation in the response of lettuce cultivars to Italian isolates of Fusarium oxysporum f. Sp. Lactucae race 1

Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lactucae is an important disease affecting lettuce production in many countries throughout the world. 

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Cultural Practices and Community Ecology-Based Approaches for Reducing Pesticide Application

The whitefly, Bemisia tabaci is a key insect pest in Solanum vegetables such as tomato, chili, pepper and eggplant.  


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DSS for optimal use of pesticides 

The objective of the team at INRA ISA is to optimise existing and innovative IPM strategies by using a generic decision support tool (DSS).  The final product will be a free telematic tool destined to various end-users, usable by non-specialists. 


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Evaluation of the Efficiency of Pesticide Sprayers in Vineyards

One of the objectives to improve safety and sustainability of pesticide application is the adjustment of the amount of pesticide to be applied to get the expected efficacy while keeping pesticide side effects as low as possible. 

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