Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia (REU)
 

Regional awareness rising workshop on Integrated Pest Management in Eastern Europe

3-5 September 2013, Gödöllő, Hungary

Photo: REUThe Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations Regional Office of  for Europe and Central Asia (FAO REU) in cooperation with the Szent István University Gödöllő, Hungary is organizing the “Regional awareness rising workshop on Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in Eastern Europe” 3-5 September 2013, Gödöllő, Hungary.
The aim of the workshop is to discuss the Integrated Pest Management concept, to promote regional cooperation in sustainable agricultural production and to identify the gaps in the mentioned fields in each country. IPM is considered as one sustainable approach for crop production and protection and as such is being mainstreamed in FAO activities.

Meeting documents

Документы

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Agenda

 Повестка дня

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Information Note

 Информационные заметки

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Welcome speech
Zoltan Kalman, Hungarian Ministry of Rural Development

 

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Summary

Резюме

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List of Participants

 

Press release

Пресс-релиз

Sajtóközlemény pdf

 PRESENTATIONS

Plenary session

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Supporting GCP/RER/040/EC Regional Project in EECCA countries
Jan Breithaupt, Pesticide-Management@fao.org

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IPM activities of FAO in Europe
Andrea Veres, JTO Plant Production and Protection, FAO REU

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Testing, Adoption and Promotion of IPM in SEC countries
Hafiz Muminjanov, Plant Production & Protection Officer, FAO SEC

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IPM and IP - role and activities of IOBC-WRPS
Franz Bigler, President IOBC-WPRS

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IPM –activity of IOBC-EPRS
Milka Glavendekic, Vice-President of the IOBC-EPRS

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IPM - Principles, objectives and implementation in Europe
Franz Bigler, President IOBC-WPRS

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IPM and the implementation of Hungarian National Action Plan
Gabor Szalkai, Chief Plant Health Officer, Ministry of Rural Development, Hungary

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Education concept and research perspectives in the field of IPM
Jozsef Kiss, Plant Protection Institute, St. Istvan University, Godollo, Hungary

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Cansumers safety and IPM, From field to fork: the case of mycotoxins
Laszlo Hornok, Plant Protection Institute, St. Istvan University, Godollo, Hungary

Working sessions

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Quarantine and Phytosanitary measures: Organizational perspective
Geza Gabriel, deputy director DPPSCAE, NFCSO

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Pheromone traps, as tools for monitoring
Gabor Szocs, Centre of Agricultural Research, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

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Advisers in IPM implementations
Gabor Tarcali PhD, chairman of Hungarian Chamber of Professionals and Doctors of Plant Protection

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Biological control as a tool in IPM
Franz Bigler, President IOBC-WPRS

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Innovations in agriculture: Biological control in IPM
Gyorgy Turoczi, Head, Phytopathology Group of the Plant Protection Institute, SSt. Istvan University, Godollo, Hungary

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Sustainable use of chemicals in IPM - Anti resistance strategies
Rita Ban, associate professor, Plant Protection Institute, St. Istvan University, Godollo, Hungary

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Innovations in agriculture: Microbial products, arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
Katalin Posta, Plant Protection Institute, St. Istvan University, Godollo, Hungary

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Changes in habitat and pesticide management for conservation of pollinators in agricultural landscape
Miklos Sarospataki, Department of Zoology and Ecology, St. Istvan University, Godollo, Hungary

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Botanical conservation and weed management in IPM
Zita Dorner PhD. Assosiate Professor, Plant Protection Institute, St. Istvan University, Godollo, Hungary

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Conservation biological control - Landscape Context For Pest Management
Ferenc Toth, Entomology Group of the Plant Protection Institute, St. Istvan University, Godollo, Hungary

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Green manure and cover crops
Marton Jolankai and Csaba Gyuricza, St. Istvan University, Godollo, Hungary

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Importance of abiotic stress tolerant varieties
Szilvia Bencze and Otto Veisz, Centre for Agricultural Research, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

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Water conservation and soil management
Marta Birkas, St. Istvan University, Godollo, Hungary

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Soil fertility, soil organic matter
Erika Micheli, Department of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, St. Istvan University, Godollo, Hungary

Country presentations

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Albania

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Armenia

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Республика Беларусь (Belarus)

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Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Грузия (Georgia)

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The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

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Республика Молдова (Moldova)

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Montenegro

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Российская Федерация (Russian Federation)

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Serbia

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Украина (Ukraine)

Photos

Mr Nersisyan and Prof. Kiss welcome the participants
Mr Nersisyan and Prof. Kiss welcome the participants
Regional IPM workshop in Godollo
Regional IPM workshop in Godollo