NJF SEMINAR 493
Integrated crop protection (IPM) in Nordic and Baltic berry crops
Jan. 30 - 31, 2017 in Riga, Latvia
Berry crops are high value minor crops in the North-European zone. They require a special attention in growing and protection because of small plantations. Sharing knowledge of these topics and finding common solutions is a very important factor for this sector of agriculture in North-European zone. The seminar aims to be a meeting place for scientists, advisors, students and others interests in the current and future plant protection practices and challenges in North-European berry crops. The seminar language is English. Seminar fee includes lunches, refreshments and conference dinner.
This is the fifth seminar organized by working group "Plant protection in Sustainable Berry Production" in NJF section “Plants”.
Jørgen Eilenberg (University of Copenhagen)- "Microbiological control in strawberries: results from IMBICONT bilateral collaboration between Brazil and Denmark."
Stuart MacFarlane (James Hutton Institute)- "Soft fruit viruses spread by mites and insects."
Sanja Manduric (Swedish Board of Agriculture) - "Experiences with Drosophila suzukii and other new pests in Swedish berry production."
Liga Feodorova – Fedotova, Latvian Plant Protection Research Centre, Latvia;
Baiba Ralle, Latvian Plant Protection Research Centre, Latvia;
Biruta Bankina, Latvia University of Agriculture, Latvia;
Nina Trandem, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, Norway (working group leader); firstname.lastname@example.org
Päivi Parikka, Natural Resources Institute Finland
Lene Sigsgaard, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Birgitta Svensson, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
Liga Feodorova – Fedotova, Latvian Plant Protection Research Centre, Latvia, Latvia; email@example.com
We especially encourage talks on:
- new methods and tools for controlling, monitoring or forecasting (including damage thresholds)
- IPM guidelines and audits in the different countries
- growers’ adoption of IPM
- pesticide situation in Northern zone (resistance and few products for minor crops)
- breeding for plant resistance
- emerging pests
- interactions between pollinators and plant protection practices.
Posters on all topics relevant to the seminar title are welcome.
NJF Seminar 493 in Riga, 30-31 Jan. 2017, Programme
Integrated crop protection (IPM) in Nordic and Baltic berry crops
Monday 30 January
9:15-10:00 Registration and coffee
10:00-10:15 Welcome and introduction
Session one: Drosophila suzukii and other new pests in the northern zone
10:15-11:00 Keynote lecture: Experiences with Drosophila suzukii and other current issues in Swedish berry production (Sanja Manduric)
11:00-11:20 Suzukii-situation and other pest challenges in Denmark (Helle Mathiasen & Nauja Lisa Jensen)
11:20-11:45 Suzukii situation in Norway, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia (if present) (5 minutes each)
11:45-12:30 Questions and discussion: How to monitor and manage D. suzukii in the Northern zone
Session two: Managing plant diseases without promoting fungicide resistance
13:30-13:50 Current status of UV treatments against powdery mildew in strawberry (Arne Stensvand)
13:50-14:10 Possibilities for biological control of red core (Phytophthora fragariae) (Päivi Parikka)
14:10-14:30 New postharvest technologies reducing strawberry grey mould (Neringa Rasiukevičiūte)
14:30-14:50 Fungicide resistant Botrytis strains occur in strawberry and raspberry in Norway (Gunn Mari Strømeng)
14:50 -15:15 Coffee break
15:15-15:35 Antrachnose in highbush blueberries, overview in Northern Europe (Julija Vilcane)
15:35 -15:55 A biological alternative for the control of diseases on soft fruit crops (Marja-Leena Lahdenperä)
15:55 -17:00 Poster Session
Biological control of root pathogens in strawberry, Protocol for Drosophila suzukii in Sweden
The occurence of the sea-buckthorn fly Rhagoletis batava in Finland
Stine Kramer Jacobsen
Functional agrobiodiversity – a novel approach to optimize pest control in fruit production
Use of predatory mites in conventional raspberry production in Norway
Project EUROLEGUME - research on legume-strawberry intercropping
Diagnosis, virus cleaning and cryopreservation of raspberry, blackberry and shallot (Rub&Al)
Session three: IPM and plant protection in Latvian berry production
17:00-17:20 The situation of pests and diseases in Latvian berry crops in context of IPM (Baiba Ralle and Julija Vilcane)
17:20-17:40 The biggest problems in control of pests and diseases in berry crops at the Institute of Horticulture, Latvia (Ieva Kalnina)
17:40 -18:00 Summing up the conclusions and recommendations from the D.suzukii-discussion.
Ca 19:30 Conference dinner
Tuesday 31 January
Session four: Towards a system approach - interactions between organisms
08:30 -09:10 Keynote lecture: Microbiological control in strawberries: results from IMBICONT bilateral collaboration between Brazil and Denmark (Jørgen Eilenberg)
09:10- 09:30 Functional agrobiodiversity for control of pests (Lene Sigsgaard)
09:30-09:50 IPM in strawberry – testing 3 IPM regimes in 5 Norwegian commercial fields (Nina Trandem)
09:50 -10:10 Cropping practice influences Tetranychus urticae and arthropod natural enemy distribution, abundance and diversity in strawberries (Stine Kramer Jacobsen)
10:10 – 10:30 Coffee break
10:30 -11:10 Keynote lecture: Soft fruit viruses spread by mites and insects (Stuart MacFarlane)
11:10 -11:30 The raspberry leaf blotch disorder puzzle (Anne Lemmety)
11:30 -11:50 Rubus stunt phytoplasma in Norway (Dag-Ragnar Blystad)
11:50 - 12:30 Plant parasitic nematodes in berry production (Christer Magnusson)
13:30 -13:50 Trichodermaspp. and potassium phosphite in the cultivation of strawberries in substrate, preliminary results (Birgitta Svensson)
13:50-14:30 Optimizing the pesticide application technique against pests and diseases: results and experiences from Norwegian berry crops (Jan Karstein Henriksen)
14:30-15:00 The future of this seminar series. Closing.
NJF members before 15.11.2016: 280 EUR
Students before 15.11.2016: 180 EUR
Others before 15.11.2016: 330 EUR
NJF members after: 15.11.2016: 330 EUR
Students after 15.11.2016: 230 EUR
Others after 15.11.2016: 380 EUR
Seminar location: Riga, Latvia
Hotel name: Avalon Hotel
It is recommended to stay at Avalon Hotel.
If you need help with room reservation or you want to stay in other hotel please contact the seminar secretary - firstname.lastname@example.org
More information about Riga Airport: http://www.riga-airport.com/en
There are several ways how to get from the airport to the hotel/seminar venue:
- By taxi
- By public transport (22 bus)
Approximate length of a drive from the airport until city centre – 30-40 minutes depending from the traffic. It is possible to buy tickets for public transport in Narvesen (kiosk at the airport) or to the driver inside of the bus. You should leave the bus at the stop Autoosta. Hotel is placed in the opposite side of the street.
Registration closes: 15.12.2016
Abstract submission starts: 15.07.2016
Abstract submission ends: 03.01.2017
Title of presentation (in Verdana 12 pt)
First name Last name1, Second Author2
1First Institute, address, telephone, e-mail
2Second Institute, address
Add full names of authors separated by commas on the first row and addresses after a blank row each starting from new row. Use subscripts after the name to indicate who is from which institute.
Add address of each author and telephone number and e-mail of the corresponding author. All in Verdana 10 pt italic.
Abstract body text – should fit in 1 page (2 pages acceptable if necessary) in Verdana 10 pt including references. Use line spacing 1. Page margins – top and bottom 2,54 cm, left and right 3,15 cm.
Name the file with the surname of the presenting author.
Abstracts will be published in electronic abstract book.
Poster size A0.