Life-Biodelear for the second consecutive year was screened at the “65th Florist Exhibition in Kifissia”, which took place from April 30 to May 19, 2019 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.
Goal of the entry:
 Information on Organic Fighting of the Mediterranean Fly (Ceratitis capitata).
 Showing the project to the public

Read more: Life-Biodelear in 64th Florist Exhibition in Kifissia

The Life-Biodelear research team in the framework of the promotion and communication of the program designed and created the following video.

 

 

A new dissemination action of LIFE-BIODELEAR took place in Cyprus on the 15th and 16th of October 2018 with the organization of a 2-day workshop in the premises of the Cyprus University of Technology.

On Monday, the 15th of October 2018, the informative workshop of the project was held at 18.00 at the Cyprus University of Technology (Amphitheater 1, Tassos Papadopoulos Building) in Limassol, under the title of "Control of the Mediterranean Fly by Mass Trapping and Using the Attractive Biodelear".

Read more: Workshop at Cyprus University of Technology

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The newsletter's fifth issue features the main results of the last semester action, as well as the dissemination activities of the project and future events.

A new dissemination action of LIFE-BIODELEAR took place in Cyprus on 15th and 16th of October 2018 with the organization of 2-day workshop.
On Tuesday the 16th of October 2018 (the second day of the trip) the research team of the project visited the most important citrus farm in Cyprus, in the Akrotiri region, covering an area of 5000 acres of cultivations.

In particular, the visit was to Red Seal Quality Company, founded in 1993, the largest company in Cyprus in the cultivation, production, packaging and marketing of citrus fruit. The varieties cultivated by the company are: Grapefruits (Marsh Seedless, Star Ruby), Oranges (Valencia, Powell Navel, Lane Late, Navelina, Chislett), mandarins (Mandora, Nova, Clemenules, Orogrande). Its annual citrus production exceeds 13000 tons.

Read more: Visit to the largest citrus farm in Cyprus

Under the framework of the dissemination plan of LIFE-BIODELEAR, the research team proceeded to the creation of promotional/ advertising material (hat, sack, notepad, pen, etc.).

 

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A new dissemination action of LIFE-BIODELEAR took place in Cyprus on 15th and 16th of October 2018 with the organization of 2-day workshop.

On Monday, 15th October, Life-Biodelear's research team paid a visit to the Cyprus University of Technology. During this visit, a regular meeting with institutional members of the Foundation took place. The research team had the honor to speak with Mr. Maganaris and Mr. Stavrinidis, who highlighted the problems facing citrus growers in Cyprus today. There was also a general debate on the problem of the Mediterranean fly in the world.

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LIFE-BIODELEAR is organizing its 4rd Workshop on the 15th of October 2018 at 18:00 in Cyprus University of Technology (Amphitheater 1, Building Tassos Papadopoulos) in Limassol.

During the workshop all beneficiaries will present the project in the participants and will inform them regarding the implementation of the new attractant BIODELEAR in the citrus of CHIOS for the control of Med fly.

Read the program: HERE

 

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The project began on 1st June 2014 and will last five years, until 1st June 2019.

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