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Record number 489772
Title Extensive literature searches soil and growing media inventories : (RC/EFSA/PLH/2013/01-SC1)
Author(s) Bremmer, J.; Holeva, M.; Breukers, M.L.H.; Brouwer, J.H.D.
Source Brussels : IBF International Consulting (EFSA supporting publication 2015- EN-834) - 49
DOI https://doi.org/10.2903/sp.efsa.2015.EN-834
Department(s) Innovation- and Risk Management and Information Governance
Library Research and Education Support, Frontoffice
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2015
Keyword(s) bodem - groeimedia - basisproducten - plantenziekteverwekkers - plantenplagen - onkruiden - gastheerreeks - inventarisaties - risicoschatting - soil - growing media - commodities - plant pathogens - plant pests - weeds - host range - inventories - risk assessment
Categories Epidemiology of Plant Pests and Diseases
Abstract In this project two inventories by means of extensive literature searches have been executed: Inventory 1 of all types of soil and growing media (if relevant components thereof) to be elaborated considering (i) the soil and growing medium imported as commodities (i.e. not in association with plants intended for planting), (ii) the soil and growing medium attached to plants for planting, and (iii) the soil and growing medium attached as a contaminant to imported goods (ranging from ware potatoes to agricultural machinery). Inventory 2, based on interceptions data and scientific and technical literature, of plant pests, plant diseases and weeds that can be associated with soil and growing medium (if relevant components thereof). Execution of Inventory 1 resulted in a list of 956 soils and growing media. Execution of Inventory 2 resulted in Excel tables for each taxonomic group separately in which the pests and diseases are linked to the soil and growing media. Additional information has been provided for processes applied to produce growing media and the impact on harmful organisms and private certification schemes applied in Europe to control the trade and use of growing media.
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