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Phytoma interview with Mr Jingyuan Xia on climate change and plant health

Posted on 星期三, 16 一月 2019, 13:58

The IPPC Secretary, Mr Jingyuan Xia, has been invited by Phytoma to discuss plant health issues and IPPC-related activities.

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Fire ants could become Australia's worst pest, experts warn

Posted on 星期四, 08 十二月 2016, 08:36

Red fire ants could wreak more damage in Australia than feral rabbits, cane toads and foxes combined, experts have warned in a new report. Originally from South America, the red imported fire ant is feared for its burning and potentially lethal sting.

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Management of pine beetle not working

Posted on 星期一, 05 十二月 2016, 11:49

A method to control the spread of mountain pine beetles—pheromone baiting—may actually help the pest’s population increase, new research shows.

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Fruit Flies: conclusions of the meeting of the Tephritid workers held in Buenos Aires

Posted on 星期二, 22 十一月 2016, 11:53

With great success and large attendance of participants, the 9th Meeting of the Tephritid Workers of the Western Hemisphere was held in the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina, from 16 to 21 October 2016.

313 participants from 26 countries attended the Meeting, including representatives of the scientific-academic sphere, public bodies and companies supplying inputs and services.

The meeting was structured in 11 sessions, with 63 oral presentations and 97 posters, ranging from bio...

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Citrus greening: imaging system can detect infection before symptoms show

Posted on 星期二, 08 十一月 2016, 15:02

A time-lapse polarized imaging system may help citrus growers detect greening before the plant's leaves show symptoms, which should help growers as they try to fend off the deadly disease, a new University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences study shows.

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Australia: TR4-infested farm settlement to proceed

Posted on 星期二, 25 十月 2016, 08:35

The settlement of the Queensland farm that tested positive for Panama Disease Tropical race 4 (TR4) will now proceed, following the confirmation that a suspect plant from a nearby property does not contain the disease. The planned buyout of the TR4 farm, owned by the Robson family, was temporarily suspended late last month after the suspect plant was reported to Biosecurity Queensland (BQ).

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Alien fungus blights Hawaii's native trees

Posted on 星期二, 25 十月 2016, 08:20

An ecological disaster is unfolding on Hawaii's largest island. Rapid 'Ôhi'a Death, caused by an imported fungus, is causing Hawaii's iconic native 'ôhi'a tree to perish in droves. Some 20,000 hectares are now affected, according to a recent survey. Abundant across the archipelago, 'ôhi'a are the only native tree in Hawaii that colonizes lava flows, and they provide habitat for several rare species of native birds and insects. The outbreak exploded in 2014, in dense 'ôhi'a groves in Hilo F...

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Emerald Ash Borer May Become a Problem for Olive Growers

Posted on 星期二, 25 十月 2016, 08:08

Professor Don Cipollini has found that the invasive green beetle can feed and successfully develop into adulthood on stems of the Manzanilla olive tree, a Spanish variety that yields green table olives and is grown widely around the world.

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How a USDA worker became an action-adventure comic character

Posted on 星期一, 10 十月 2016, 10:23

Just how does a humble federal worker in Washington end up as a rugged explorer in a widely syndicated comic strip? Well, from a simple call about a forest fire, the creative sparks flew. James Allen is the newest cartoonist behind “Mark Trail,” the King Features adventure-soap strip whose title character has been battling wilderness scofflaws for seven decades. And last year, as research for a new comic narrative, he needed some official information.

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International Conference on Biodiversity, Climate Change Assessment and Impacts on Livelihood

Posted on 星期三, 28 九月 2016, 16:22

An International Conference on Biodiversity, Climate Change Assessment and Impact on Livelihood is going to be organized in Kathmandu on 10-12 January, 2017. Please check for more detail. During this Conference, two special symposiums have been scheduled on 1) Biological Invasion, and 2) Tutu absoluta. The conference brochure, and the flyers of special symposiums have been attached with this email. As a member of organizing com...

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Innovation in Plant Biosecurity 2017 - do you want to know more?

Posted on 星期三, 28 九月 2016, 08:40

Innovation in Plant Biosecurity 2017 will be hosted by Fera at the National Agri-Food Innovation Campus, Sand Hutton, York, YO41 1LZ, UK

Aimed at researchers, innovators, technologists and policy makers, Plant Biosecurity 2017 provides attendees with a forum for knowledge sharing and networking on the topic of biosecurity. The conference is the culmination of a three year project and is organised against the backdrop of the Plant Biosecurity Strategy for Great Britain, as released i...

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Posted on 星期一, 29 八月 2016, 10:19

生物入侵曲线对于教学和宣传都非常有意义。 查看更多

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Posted on 星期三, 24 八月 2016, 11:26



标签: Invasive Alien Species IAS
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Posted on 星期三, 24 八月 2016, 11:10

面对毁灭性的作物病虫害,非洲需要大力提升其植物监测能力。非洲农业上番茄斑潜蝇(Tuta absoluta )的紧急情况再次引起了关于非洲保护其当地农业生产和加强国际贸易方面的能力方面问题的讨论。并不难以得出这样的结论,更大规模层次上做好对于病虫害的准备工作是比将其交给那些以此为生计并且面对这他们并不知道的病虫害的农民更为有效的。这样,加强我们国家或者相关区域的植物保护能力将是关键。


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