The most comprehensive global rapeseed/canola event in the world. Scientists, students, policy analysts, industry managers, government, producer groups, trade associations are invited to this important event. Abstract deadline: Feb. 1, 2015
This webinar will highlight the ecology of barnyard grass and how to use this information to assist in managing it; herbicide resistance status; and weed control tactics that are being successfully employed to manage this weed.
This webinar will highlight situations where Group A herbicides have shown to be an effective integrated weed management tactic, how to maximise performance in the field, and considerations to delay resistance to this mode of action.
Special keynote presentation from Professor Joyce Tait, ESRC Innogen Institute, The University of Edinburgh entitled: Anticipatory Governance and Responsible Innovation: "Newspeak" and the political control of technology.
Montpellier SupAgro on the 'Campus de La Gaillarde' - Montpellier, France
This event brings together over 100 scientists and managers who share a strong interest in the Biology, Ecology and methods of controlling invasive plants in cultivated and natural habitats as well as urban areas.
The workshop is intended for agricultural professionals who advise growers on weed control and herbicide use, crop consultants, agronomists, agricultural dealers and distributors, Extension agents and industry representatives.
This meeting, will review matters relating to all aspects of weed control and will focus on a review of the challenges experienced with arable weed control during the last 50 years of the Review. It aims to highlight the solutions that have been achieved over the years,...
Fachübergreifend soll gezeigt werden, ob und wie es für Deutschland noch möglich ist, die weitere Ausbreitung der aus Nordamerika stammenden Beifußblättrigen Ambrosie (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) zu stoppen.
Focus on state-of-the-art resistance science, addressing resistance from the
molecular and biochemical, through to agro-ecological and socio-economic issues. Will review herbicide resistance management, with a field tour focusing on farm resistance management.