The research team of the University of Thessaly, under the responsibility of the Professor of Agricultural Entomology, Nikolaos Papadopoulos, in the framework of the integrated strategy for dealing with the Mediterranean fly, has completed the identification and geographic mapping of thematic maps of the alternative hosts, both within the experimental orchards. These geographic maps are already being used in the implementation of the integrated strategy using the mass trapping method in collaboration with the research team of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

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The LIFE-BIODELEAR project participated in the 10th International Symposium of Fruit Files of Economic Importance to be held from 23-27 April 2018, in Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico.http://www.10isffei.org

The aim of these meetings is to gather scientists, researchers, and those involved in plant protection agencies and phytosanitary operational programs, to share knowledge, technologies and experiences regarding fruit flies. 

The symposium program covered all relevant disciplines ranging from basic knowledge to applied research. Ten sessions have been considered:

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Life-Biodelear for the second consecutive year was screened at the “64th Florist Exhibition in Kifissia”, which took place from April 26 to May13, 2018 in Kifissia Athens..
Life-Biodelear posters were posted and presented at the Benaki Phytopathological Institutes, which  participated as an exhibitor in the exhibition. Also, distributes brochures for his work to visitors to the exhibition.

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Under the framework of the participation of LIFE Biodelear project in the IOBC/WPRS Meeting on Citrus Pests, Diseases and Weeds in Valencia, Spain, the coordinators of UTH and BPI, Prof Nikos Papadopoulos and Dr Eleftheria Bempelou presented the project to private stakeholders, as Grupo Tragsa – SEPI.

 

 

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Under the framework of the participation of LIFE Biodelear project in the IOBC/WPRS Meeting on Citrus Pests, Diseases and Weeds in Valencia, Spain, the coordinator of UTH Prof Nikos Papadopoulos visited the Instituto Valenciano de Investigaciones Agrarias (IVIA) and presented the projects to its scientists.