15th International Rapeseed Congress | Berlin

Workshop

Future-proofing insect pest control in a world with declining insecticidal options

third draft, status May 15th, 2019

Tuesday, 15:45-17:45

Room: B05|B06

Chairs: Samantha Cook, Michael Rostás, Bernd Ulber

 

Time
Title and all Authors
Duration
15:45
Sustainable use of insecticides
 
Insecticide resistance in major pests of oilseed rape on the move
R. Nauen 
13 min
15:58
Breeding for resistance
 
 Metabolomics and plant resistance against insects: Challenges and prospects for application
T. Meiners
13 min
16:11
Monitoring
 

The application of insect pest surveillance programs in canola agroecosystems on the Canadian Prairies

M. Vankosky, Scott Meers, John Gavloski, James Tansey, Jennifer Otani, Boyd Mori, Owen Olfert
 
Future-proofing monitoring methods
S. Cook
26 min
16:37
Crop management
 
Growing spring oilseed rape without insecticide seed treatments: the Swedish experience
O. Lundin 
 
13 min
16:50
Host plants and land use
 
Host plant and land use influence cabbage seed weevil infestation and its parasitoids
E. Veroman
 
13 min
17:03
Parasitoids & Predators
 
Natural biocontrol of oilseed rape pests by parasitoids in Integrated Management in Europe 
B. Ulber
13 min
17:16
Beneficial fungi
 
The potential of beneficial fungi for controlling oilseed rape pest
M. Rostás, P. Cheong, T. Glare, C. Posada-Vergara, M. Raad, F. Rivas, S. Vidal 
13 min
17:29 Final General Discussion 16 min