Compte-rendu de la réunion internationale organisée par la FAO à Rome du 29 au 31 mars 2017 sur le CRP

 
Une consultation scientifique et réunion internationale de haut niveau s'est tenue à Rome du 29 au 31 mars 2017 sur la dispersion du charançon rouge du palmier :
 

Première annonce  
Consultation scientifique et réunion de haut niveau sur le charançon rouge des palmiers
29-31 mars 2017
FAO, Rome (Italie)
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Situation actuelle du charançon rouge du palmier dans la région Proche-Orient
[État actuel des méthodes, des problèmes et des lacunes en matière de gestion et recherches et technologies existantes susceptibles d’apporter des améliorations dans ce domaine]
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Proposition de stratégie multidisciplinaire et multirégionale de gestion du charançon rouge du palmier
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1) USE OF GIS (GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM) FOR DATA MANAGEMENT AND ANALYSIS IN A   Rhynchophorus ferrugineus ERADICATION PROGRAM
by - Moisés Fajardo / Agricultural engineer, Project manager
   - Jose Asterio Guerra, Luis Barroso, Manuel Morales / GMR Canarias
   - Rosa Martin / Gobierno de Canarias
Abstract (Canary Islands)

2) RECENT ADVANCES IN INSECTICIDE TREATMENTS AND APPLICATION AGAINST RPW
by Michel Ferry / Scientific Director, Phoenix Research Station, Elche, Spain
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3)PROPOSED MULTI DISCIPLINARY AND MULTIREGIONAL STRATEGY FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF RED PALM WEEVIL
by - Shoki Al-Dobai / Crop Protection Officer, FAO Regional Office for the Near East & North Africa
   - Michel Ferry / Scientific Director, Phoenix Research Station, Elche, Spain
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4)The current state of the art research and technologies on RPW management
by Hassan Yahya Al-Ayedh / Professor of Entomology, Life Science And Environment Research Institute, National Center of Agriculture Technology, King AbdulazizCity for Science And Technology, Riyadh , Saudi Arabia.
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5) THE CURRENT GLOBAL SITUATION AND CHALLENGES OF RED PALM WEEVIL MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS
by Romeno Faleiro / Mariella, Arlem-Raia, Salcette, Goa 403 720, India
Abstract

6)TOWARDS USER-FRIENDLY EARLY DETECTION ACOUSTIC DEVICES FOR RPW MANAGEMENT
by Richard Mankin / Research Entomologist, USDA ARS CMAVE, Gainesville, FL USA
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7) MANAGEMENT PROGRAMMES AND CHALLENGES IN RED PALM WEEVIL (RPW) CONTROL IN THE ASIA PACIFIC REGION
by  - Muhammad Farid Aini / Director of Plant Biosecurity Division, Department of Agriculture, Malaysia
    - Chik Zazali, PP Ting, Saleh Huddin Lailatul Jumaiyah
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8) CHALLENGES IN DETECTION RED PALM WEEVIL INFESTATION
by - Victoria Soroker, Yafit Cohen, Yuval Cohen, Victor Alchanatis, Ofri Golomb, Eitan Goldshtein,Amots Hetzroni / PhD, The Volcani Center, Agricultural Research Organization
   - Pompeo Suma, Alessandra La Pergola, Sandra Vacas / Department of Agri-Food and Environmental Systems Management, University of Catania, Catania, Italy
   - Vicente Navarro-Llopis / Instituto Agroforestal del Mediterráneo, Universitat Politècnica de València (Valencia, Spain)
   - Panos Milonas, Dimitris Kontodimas / Benaki Phytopathological Institute, Department of Entomology and Agricultural Zoology, Kifissia, Greece
   - Abd El Moneam El Banna /Agriculture Research Center, Egypt
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9) ADVANCES IN SEMIOCHEMICAL MEDIATED TECHNOLOGIES AGAINSTRED PALM WEEVIL
by  - Romeno  Faleiro / Mariella, Arlem-Raia, Salcette, Goa 403 720, India
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10) MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS AND CHALLENGES IN RPW CONTROL IN EUROPE
by  - Khaled Djelouah / Centre International des Hautes Etudes Agronomiques Méditerranéennes CIHEAM-Bari,Via Ceglie 23, 70010 Valenzano(BA), Italy
     - Franco Valentini, Francesco Porcelli
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11) SUSTAINABILITY, APPLICATION AND DELIVERY MECHANISM OF BIOLOGICAL CONTROL AGENTS
by  - Enrique Quesada-Moraga /Department of Agricultural and Forestry Sciences, ETSIAM, University of Cordoba. Campus de Rabanales. Edificio C4 Celestino Mutis. 14071 Cordoba, Spain.
    - Josep A Jaques-Miret / Universitat Jaume I (UJI). Unitat Associada d’Entomologia Agrícola UJI-IVIA (Institut Valencià d’Investigacions Agràries), Departament de Ciències Agràries i del Medi Natural, Campus del Riu Sec. 12071. Castelló de la Plana (Spain)
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12) ADVANCES IN SEMIOCHEMICAL MEDIATED TECHNOLOGIES AGAINST RPW (smart traps, pheromones, kairomones, dry traps, attract and kill, repellents)
by  - Polana S.P.V. Vidyasagar /  Former Chair Professor at King Saud University, Hyderabad, India
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13) THE CURRENT GLOBAL SITUATION AND CHALLENGES OF RPW MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS
by  - Polana S.P.V. Vidyasagar / Former Chair Professor at King Saud University, Hyderabad, India
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14) INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS USING MODERN TECHNOLOGIES FOR BETTER
MANAGEMENT, CONTROL AND ANALYSIS OF Rhynchophorus ferrugineus ERADICATION
by  - Keith Cressman /Senior Agriculture Officer, AGP, FAO
     - Kiran Viparthi /IT Officer, CIO, FAO
Abstract