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Record number 390566
Title Beleidsondersteunend onderzoek plantgezondheid BO-06 M.i.v. 2010: beleidsondersteunend onderzoek agroketens en visserij, onderbouwing wet- en regelgeving (BO-12.07) : resultaten 2009 : Bijen (BO-06-12), Doorontwikkelen gewasbescherming (BO-06-013), Innovaties gewasbescherming (BO-06-014)
Author(s) Boonekamp, P.M.
Source Wageningen : Plant Sciences Group Wageningen UR
Department(s) Biointeractions and Plant Health
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2010
Keyword(s) gewasbescherming - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - landbouwkundig onderzoek - pesticiden - ziektebestrijding - plagenbestrijding - emissie - akkerbouw - bijenhouderij - glastuinbouw - plant protection - sustainability - agricultural research - pesticides - disease control - pest control - emission - arable farming - beekeeping - greenhouse horticulture
Categories Plant and Crop Protection (General) / Apiculture (General)
Abstract De resultaten van 2009 van het Beleidsondersteunend Onderzoek Plantgezondheid worden weergegeven door middel van interviews met verschillende medewerkers. Thema Innovaties Gewasbescherming: voor duurzame plantgezondheid zijn systeemsprongen nodig; weerbare kasteeltsystemen houden ziekten en plagen in toom; minder milieubelasting dankzij uitgekiend samenspel onderzoek. Thema Doorontwikkelen Gewasbescherming: een overzicht. Thema Bijen: steeds betere bescherming van bijenvolken.
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