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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The strategy, the evolution and the goals of LIFE-BIODELEAR were published in DEMETER magazine,

Issue 17, January-March 2017.

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Life-Biodelear in the “Third FAO/IAEA International Conference on Area-Wide Management of Insect Pests: Integrating the Sterile Insect and Related Nuclear and Other Techniques”

Life-Biodelear project participated in the “Third FAO/IAEA International Conference on Area-Wide Management of Insect Pests: Integrating the Sterile Insect and Related Nuclear and Other Techniques”, which was carried out on 22-26 May 2017 in Vienna, Austria. The title of the presentation was «An environmental friendly new attractant (BIODELEAR) for the mass trapping of Ceratitis capitata».

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Life-Biodelear project participated in the Eurosoil 2016 conference, which was carried out on 16-21 October 2016 in Istanbul, Turkey. The title of the presentation was τίτλο «Effects on the soil quality in an ecological control of the Medfly (Ceratitis capitata) with the use of the attractant BIODELEAR».

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Project Timetable

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

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