Nicolas Munier-Jolain, coordinator of the IPMWORKS project, reflects on what is needed to expand the adoption of integrated pest management by European farmers.
“IPM provides a profitable way of growing food that is healthy both for the consumer and the environment”
Eduardo Crisol is a hub coach within the IPMWORKS network. He works with greenhouse farmers in Almería and Granada, in the southeastern corner of Spain. During this interview, he shares his experience in conservation biological control to reduce the use of insecticides and improve sustainability in greenhouse crops.
The Toolbox is an interactive, online library of IPM resources designed for farmers and advisors.
David Lafond is in charge of facilitating exchanges between the groups of IPM demonstration farms (the IPMWORKS hubs) linked to viticulture. He explains the functioning of these exchanges during this interview.
Calypso Picaud, from the Regional Chamber of Agriculture in Occitania (France), leads the efforts to set up a network of IPM demonstration farms within the H2020 IPMWORKS project.
Per Kudsk, professor at Aarhus University in Denmark, advocates low reliance on pesticides, “a must” for the future of farming.
Pheromones and bats to combat the grape moth Demo event – Vineyard – FEUGA (Spain) The use of pheromone diffusers and the presence of bats… Read More »Pheromones and bats to combat the grape moth
The H2020 financed project IPMWORKS held its second annual meeting from 25 to 27 October 2022 at Agroscope in Switzerland. The international gathering, marking a… Read More »IPMWORKS holds annual meeting in Switzerland