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Record number 412917
Title Crop volunteers and climate change; Effects of future climate change on the occurrence of maize, sugar beet and potato volunteers in the Netherlands
Author(s) Wiel, C.C.M. van de; Brink, L. van den; Bus, C.B.; Riemens, M.M.; Lotz, L.A.P.; Smulders, M.J.M.
Source Bilthoven : Cogem (Report / COGEM 2011-11) - 51
Department(s) WUR Plant Breeding
Team Internationale Productie & Gewasinnovatie
Team Schimmels, Onkruiden en Plagen
PPO/PRI AGRO Toegepaste Plantenecologie
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) gewassen - klimaatverandering - onkruidbestrijding - maatregelen - experimenteel veldonderzoek - transgene planten - klimaatfactoren - cultuurplanten als onkruiden - akkerbouw - crops - climatic change - weed control - measures - field experimentation - transgenic plants - climatic factors - crop plants as weeds - arable farming
Categories Climatic Change / Crops (General)
Abstract COGEM has commissioned a research project on the effect of the possible future climate change on the occurrence of volunteers. One of the aspects that is considered in the risk assessment of GM crops is whether this crop is able to survive and/or establish in the Netherlands. Climate change could possibly facilitate the survival of a conventional or GM crop. This research project was carried out to investigate whether the survival of maize, potato and sugar beet could change as a result of future climate change in order to allow a timely adjustment of COGEM’s advices if needed.
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