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International Organization for Biological Control of Noxious Animals and Plants (IOBC): history of the first 50 years (1956-2006).

  title={International Organization for Biological Control of Noxious Animals and Plants (IOBC): history of the first 50 years (1956-2006).},
  author={Ernst F. Boller and Joop C. van Lenteren and Vittorio Delucchi},
Monitoring of DDT in Agricultural Soils under Organic Farming in Poland and the Risk of Crop Contamination
The analysis of 142 agricultural soil samples collected in organic farms across Poland with the intent to evaluate the level of DDT contamination resulted in more than 80% of the soils containing DDT, suggesting that the risk of contamination of organic products is likely derived from general environmental pollution levels rather than from the use of unauthorised substances in organic farming productions. Expand
History of the International Organization for Biological Control Global Working Group on Mass Rearing and Quality Assurance
The MRQA continues to evolve as additional invertebrate organisms are mass produced for both established and novel applications. Expand
Integrated Fruit Production and Pest Management in Europe: The Apple Case Study and How Far We Are From the Original Concept?
This review focuses on the process of adapting the original concept of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) to the wider conception of the Integrated Fruit Production (IFP) implemented in Europe, and highlights how recent pest management strategies and tools have created an opening for research towards IPM improvement. Expand
Concepts and Methods of Quality Assurance for Mass-Reared Parasitoids and Predators
This chapter describes concepts and methods of quality assurance for mass-reared parasitoids and predators, emphasizing postproduction use and evaluation. Guidelines are provided for building aExpand
Integrated Pest Management Adoption in the Netherlands: Experiences with Pilot Farm Networks and Stakeholder Participation
Integrated Pest Management in the Netherlands was developed in the 1980s and 1990s of the last century as a part of the wider concept of Integrated Farming. The potential proved to be very high inExpand
Os movimentos sociais e a produção de maçã agroecológica em São Joaquim, Santa Catarina, Brasil
O objetivo deste artigo e descrever e analisar a emergencia das organizacoes de movimentos sociais do campo no municipio de Sao Joaquim, Santa Catarina, em especial no que diz respeito a busca porExpand
Review of Interactions Between Host Plants, Aphids, Primary Parasitoids and Hyperparasitoids in Vegetable and Cereal Ecosystems in Slovenia
Cereal and vegetable crops reveal a relatively diverse aphid parasitoid fauna that corresponds to diverse habitat, landscape and vegetation complexity in Slovenia. Expand
Chromolaena odorata (L.) King and Robinson (Asteraceae)
Chromolaena, or Siam weed, is a serious problem in several tropical and sub-tropical areas around the world. In our own region, it is a serious weed in New Guinea, East Timor and Indonesia and isExpand


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The research for this paper began in 1993. At that time I was still casting around for a viable dissertation topic and Oliver Williamson (my PhD advisor) urged me to look at hybrid organizationsExpand
It was attended by 27 scientists: L
  • Vasiljević, M. Maksimović, B. Lazarević, M. Injac, M. Tadić, K. Vasić, S. Todorović, L. Janković, P. Sisojević, Z. Gradojević, M. Vasić and C. Sidor (Yugoslavia), P. Grison, A. Burgerjon, C. Vago (France), P. Palma, Z. Zanardi (Italy), A Rupérez (Spain), T. Cabral, F. Heitor (Portugal), L. Brader (N
  • 1971
Historique du service d'identification de la C.I.L.B.
From the resolutions concerning the determination of entomophagous insects adopted in Stockholm in 1948, up to the present organisation of the C.I.L.B., the Center of identification in Geneva has gone during ten years through several periods of its development, which are mentioned in these notes. Expand
Integrated Pest and Disease Management in Greenhouse Crops
The most important viruses emerging in economically important vegetable greenhouse crops including pepper, tomato and cucurbit species are described. Expand
The proposal resulted in many positive reactions, and the formation of the WG was approved by the Council of IOBC Global in 1994, Montpellier, France
  • The potential tasks of this WG were the following: (1) make a world wide database of biological control workers and (2) a database of books, videos and other material on biocontrol, (3) develop bibliogra
  • 1992
Biological control of soil-borne diseases.
The Development of Models for Practical Use in Crop Protection
  • 1983
The status of models in crop protection; an analysis using data base systems