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Overview / Symposium 2015 /  Program

Program

Sunday

17:00

Registration & Poster up

 

18:00

Welcome reception

 

 

 

Monday

8:00

Registration & Poster up

 

9:00

Stefan Vidal: Welcome and kick off

 

9:30

Chair:

Joerg Eilenberg

Keynote: Stefan Jaronski

It’s a jungle out there! Abiotic and biotic factors that affect efficacy and persistence of the entomopathogenic fungi

 

10:30    Coffee break

11:00

Chair:

Lene Sigsgaard

Anant    Patel

Encapsulation of Metarhizium brunneum to implement an attract and kill strategy within the EU project INBIOSOIL

11:40

Johanna Mayerhofer

Non-target effects of Metarhizium brunneum on soil microorganisms assessed in a pot assay to control Agriotes obscurus

 

12:00

Judith Taibon

Are destruxins entering the food chain? Validated analytical procedures for the assessment of Metarhizium metabolites

 

12:20    Lunch

14:00

Chair:

Anant Patel

Keynote: Todd Kabaluk

Toward a comprehensive strategy for the biocontrol of wireworms

15:00

Michael Przyklenk

Towards technical attract-and-kill formulations within the EU project INBIOSOIL           

15:20    Coffee Break

16:00

Chair:

Anant Patel

Michael A. Brandl

An Attract-and-Kill approach against wireworms (Agriotes spp.) in potatoes

 

16:20

Frauke  Maevers

Evaluation of botanicals (Neem) in an “Attract-and-Kill strategy” under field and laboratory conditions targeting wireworms

 

16:40

Giselher Grabenweger

Microbial wireworm control with fungus colonized barley kernels applied into cover crops             

17:00

Mario    Schumann

Recommendations for “Attract & Kill” with Metarhizium brunneum against soil pests

                 

17:20     Time off to get prepared for the evening

19:00     Opening Reception in the historical town hall of Goettingen (Dorntze Room)

 

Tuesday

9:00

Chair:

Tariq Butt

Keynote: Ulli Kuhlmann

Classical biological control successes and socio-economic impact: a brief history and outlook to the future

 

10:00

Hermann Strasser

Scarab control with entomopathogenic fungi: A story of success - From experience to knowledge          

 

10:20    Coffee Break

11:00

Chair:

M. Schumann

Poster demonstration – Titles see below

(each poster 7 min)

 

12:20  Departure 12:30 (12:15 provision of bus)

               Excursion to the World Heritage Site Goslar and Guided Tour Rammelsberg

 

18:30     Dinner at Goslar

21:30     Drive back to Goettingen – arrival

 

 

Wednesday

9:00

Chair:

Hermann Strasser

Keynote: Ralf-Udo Ehlers

Regulation 2020: Stagnancy or new perspectives for biological control

10:00

Justus   Wesseler

Irreversibility, Uncertainty, and Dynamic Pest Resistance: Implications for Sustainable Agriculture

 

10:30

Coffee Break

11:00

 

Keynote: Roma Gwynn

What can we conclude from biopesticide trials?

12:00

Emmanuel Benjamin

Economic feasibility of the new biocontrol products

                 

12:20     Lunch

14:00

Chair:

Jürg Enkerli

Mario    Schumann

Synergy between Turmeric and M. brunneum for western corn rootworm control          

 

14:20

Hermann Strasser

Biological control of the control of western corn root worm: Assessment of synergistic effects combined with synthetic insecticides

 

14:40

 

Lene      Sigsgaard

Side effect studies: from trophic interactions to decision tree

 

15:00

Stefan Vidal

Smells good, but ….? Herbivores and endophytic entomopathogenic fungal volatile bouquets

15:20    Coffee Break

16:00

Chair:

Stefan Vidal

Tariq Butt

“Stress & kill” pest control strategy: theory and practice

16:40

Stefan Vidal

Concluding remarks

17:00          Time off to get prepared for the evening

18:45 -??   Start Farewell Banquet "Holbornsches House" including tour

 

 

Postersession

1)   Michael A. Brandl

Attract-and-Kill formulations against wireworms (Agriotes spp.) in maize

2)   Johanna Mayerhofer

Biocontrol of Diabrotica virgifera virgifera in maize - an ideal setup to study effects of biocontrol agents on the soil community structures

3)   Michael Przyklenk

Encapsulation of Metarhizium brunneum to implement an attract and kill strategy within the EU project INBIOSOIL

4)   Michael Przyklenk

From co-application to co-formulation of entomopathogenic fungi

5)   Michael Przyklenk

Metarhizium brunneum: stationary surface cultivation and encapsulation

6)   Hermann Strasser

Diabrotica v. virgifera control and risk assessment on non-target organisms: efficacy study in Styria (Austria)

7)   Hermann Strasser:

Testing the robustness and efficacy of biocontrol agents for black vine weevil larval control in semi field trials

8)   Judith Taibon

Risk assessment on toxic relevant destruxin analytes - do they enter the food chain?

9)   Judith Taibon

UHPLC-QTOF/MS method for the analysis of destruxin residues in honey samples

 

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