Pesticide use and risk reduction with IPM

Friday, June 9, 2017

Different Pure articles are available in a special issue of Crop protection :  Vol 97 - July 2017

  • Pesticide use and risk reduction in European farming systems with IPM: An introduction to the special issue

Jay Ram Lamichhane

  • Toward a reduced use of pesticides in European farming systems: An introduction to the PURE project

Françoise Lescourret

All the results from "Grapevine cropping system" activity

Friday, February 26, 2016

The overall objective on grapevine is to provide indications on how to reduce the use chemical pesticides of 10-30 % compared to the current situation by integrating microbial biocontrol agents, low impact substances, agronomic practices and innovative

All the results from “Protected crops cropping system” activity

Thursday, January 7, 2016

The overall objective of this activity was to design more robust IPM solutions to implement not only in high-tech greenhouse systems. These robust solutions to pest problems need also to integrate current and major system disturbances as the cutting back of fossil energy input and the exotic pest invasions.

The following specific objectives are derived:

All the results from “IPM design and assessment methodology” activity

Friday, October 2, 2015

The general objective of this activity was to provide a common methodological framework and adapted tools and to help design and assess IPM solutions in regard to their agronomic, environmental and socio-economic performances. These methods was implemented for application cases of “Cropping systems” activities.

The following specific objectives are derived:

1)    To provide a support for harmonisation within the overall project and to help share common tools and methods (Task 1);

This task notably delivered:

Health Checks and Smart Treatments for Our Plants - Milano (Italy)

This conference accompanied by the dedicated workshop is one of the European Commission's, DG RTD, EXPO events addressing global food security and nutrition.

The event will be held at the EU Pavilion on 15 July 2015, from 10:30 to 19:30.

PURE in Milano EXPO on the 15th of July

Friday, July 3, 2015

PURE has been invited by the European Commission to present the project at the Expo 2015 on the 15th of July. On this day the EC organizes a day about "Health Checks and Smart Treatments for Our Plants”. We will give a presentation and give a short demo.

Results and lessons from PURE : protected crops --> deliverables and tools for advisers and trainers

Monday, June 22, 2015

Four deliverables and two materials are now available on "PROTECTED CROPS cropping system" activity:

D7.1 “Performance and side effects of IPM solutions using model-based tools tested by greenhouse trials”

Introduction to co-innovation 2

Produced by: Pieter de Wolf, Walter Rossing & Pieter Seuneke, The Netherlands

Technical assistance from: Oane de Hoop, OANEvents, The Netherlands

Language: English

Subtitles: None

People appearing on the video (in order of appearance):

 Pieter Seuneke, WUR, The Netherlands

 Walter Rossing, WUR, The Netherlands

 Pieter de Wolf, WUR, The Netherlands

Introduction to co-innovation 1

Produced by: Pieter de Wolf, Walter Rossing & Pieter Seuneke, The Netherlands

Technical assistance from: Oane de Hoop, OANEvents, The Netherlands

Language: English

Subtitles: None

People appearing on the video (in order of appearance):

 Walter Rossing, WUR, The Netherlands

 Pieter de Wolf, WUR, The Netherlands

 Pieter Seuneke, WUR, The Netherlands

Experiences from German pilot

Produced by: Silke Dachbrodt-Saaydeh, Martin Hommes & Malaika Herbst, Germany

Technical assistance from: Bodil Pedersen, DAAS/VFL

Language: English

Subtitles: None

People appearing on the video (in order of appearance):

 Martin Hommes, JKI, Germany

 Silke Dachbrodt-Saaydeh, JKI, Germany

Public link 1: http://video.dlbr.dk/video/10795615/by-silke-dachbrodt-saaydeh-martin-hommes

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The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/ 2007-2013) under the grant agreement n°265865- PURE