IOBC-WPRS News

 

IBMA Newsletter: New Year 2018

Latest issue: IBMA Newsletter (pdf), contents:

  • President's Address
    • Looking back at 2017
    • Looking ahead into 2018
    • IBMA-EBIC collaboration
  • Executive Director's Address
    • A wrap up of key events and issues of 2017
    • Issues continued
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IOBC-WPRS Bulletin, Vol. 129, 2017

Working Group "Microbial and Nematode Control of Invertebrate Pests". Proceedings of the 16th meeting "Is IPM ready for Microbial Control Agents?" at Tbilisi (Georgia), 11 – 15 June, 2017. Edited by Eustachio Tarasco, Johannes A. Jehle, Medea Burjanadze, Luca Ruiu, Vladimír Puza, Enrique Quesada-Moraga, Miguel Lopez-Ferber, Dietrich Stephan. ISBN 978-92-9067-314-9 [XIV + 193 pp].

Download ePublication: IOBC-WPRS Bulletin Vol. 129, 2017

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General Assembly 2017: Presentations & Photo Gallery

General Assembly 2017, 15-16 October, Riva del Garda, Italy.
Consult Presentations: Reports 2013-2017 of Council and 21 WGs.

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IOBC-Global Newsletter Issue 102, December 2017

First digital edition of the IOBC-Global Newsletter. Table of contents:

  • President's Column
  • Biological Control of Oebalus insularis
  • Biological Control of Parthenium Weed
  • Global Working Group Report - MRQA
  • Asia Training Course Report
  • News from the Regions
  • Book Review
  • Upcoming Events
  • BioControl - the Official Journal of IOBC
  • Contacts

Download: IOBC-Global Newsletter Issue 102, December 2017

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New Book

Environmental Pest Management: Challenges for Agronomists, Ecologists, Economists and Policymakers

Moshe Coll and Eric Wajnberg (Editors)
ISBN: 978-1-119-25555-0, Oct 2017, 448 pages,
Excerpt
(pdf), Table of Contents (pdf)

Order here: E-Book or Hardcover

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Koppert: New edition of the Guide "Knowing & Recognizing"

Knowing and Recognizing – The growers' guide to biological crop protection – now revised, expanded, and illustrated to give you a comprehensive overview of the most prevalent pests and diseases and ways of controlling them.

This book provides the reader with the necessary information to understand the interaction between pests, diseases and their natural enemies. It explains how they spread in the crop, the damage they can cause, and specific behavioural characteristics.

Order here: https://shop.koppert.nl/Knowing-and-recognizing

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BioControl - New Issue

BioControl, Volume 62, Issue 6, December 2017 is now available!

Table and Contents (11 articles): https://link.springer.com/journal/10526/62/6

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ABIM 2017:
The biggest gathering of biocontrol professionals – ever.

Press Release: The Annual Biocontrol Industry Meeting (ABIM) held a record gathering of the biocontrol industry last week in Basel, Switzerland. The 12th ABIM conference, which took place 23 - 25 October at the Congress Center in Basel, attracted almost 1050 delegates (a 16% increase on 2016) from over 500 companies and 52 different countries.

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IOBC Global Commission: New open access paper
(Guidelines: Invertebrate biological control agents)

The IOBC Global Commission has published an open access paper, Best practices for the use and exchange of invertebrate biological control genetic resources relevant for food and agriculture http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10526-017-9810-3.

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Joop C. van Lenteren, Karel Bolckmans, Jürgen Köhl, Willem J. Ravensberg, Alberto Urbaneja, BioControl (2017). doi:10.1007/s10526-017-9801-4

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New Book

Biological Control – Ecology and Applications
By Heimpel G.E. (IOBC-Global President) & N.J. Mills 2017
Cambridge University Press
, New York, 380 pp., hard cover $US 59.99
Reviewed by Eric Wajnberg, Editor-in-Chief, BioControl

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New paper on the future of biological control as a crucial element of IPM

Biological control using invertebrates and microorganisms: plenty of new opportunities
Joop C. van Lenteren, Karel Bolckmans, Jürgen Köhl, Willem J. Ravensberg, Alberto Urbaneja, BioControl (2017). doi:10.1007/s10526-017-9801-4

Read the paper: Open Online Access, Springer Link

The new paper on the future of biological control as a crucial element of IPM. It is the result of a great collaboration between leading academics and industry people under the visionary leadership or prof.em. Joop van Lenteren.

Dedicated to all who contribute to the development and implementation of sustainable crop management.

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Euphresco Strategic Research Agenda 2017-2022

The Euphresco Strategic Research Agenda has been published and is available on the Euphresco website http://www.euphresco.net/media/sra/euphresco_sra.pdf

The research agenda was developed to set the plant health research priorities to address over the next 5-10 years. The objectives listed in the document set a common ground to increase coordination and co-operation between nationally-based, regional and international phytosanitary research programmes.

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Online Shop: ePublications

IOBC-WPRS publications are available in the Online Shop. Publications older than 5 years are open to public and free of charges. Recent publications (since 2011): Purchase from the new shop - convenient and secure payment by credit card (Visa or MasterCard). IOBC-WPRS Members profit from free download of all publications.

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  • Bulletins (table of contents and abstracts)
  • Single Bulletin Articles (abstracts), available from Bulletin 52, 2010
  • Books (abstracts)
...and downlaod or purchase PDF documents.
(electronic documents only, no printed versions)
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