4. Treffen der Waldschutz- und Phytosanitär-Experten


Das 4. Treffen der Forstschutz- und Phytosanitär-Experten fand vom 14. - 15. März 2013 in Wien am Bundesforschungszentrum für Wald statt. 59 Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer aus 16 europäischen Ländern diskutierten aktuelle Forstschutzprobleme und die aktuelle Situation hinsichtlich invasive Arten und Krankheiten in den verschiedenen Ländern. Insgesamt gab es 26 Referate, die nachfolgend als pdf zur Verfügung gestellt werden. Das 5. Treffen ist für Herbst 2014 geplant und wird wieder in Wien stattfinden.

The 4th Meeting of  Forest Protection Experts and Phytosanitary Experts was held in Vienna at the Federal Research and Training Centre for Forests, Natural Hazards and Landscape (BFW) from the 14th - 15th March 2013. On this occasion 59 participants from 16 European countries met to discuss actual forest protection problems and the current situation on invasive pests and diseases  in their countries. In total, 26 oral presentations were given, which are now available as pdf on the web site. The 5th  Expert Meeting is planned for autumn 2014 and will be again in Vienna at the BFW.

Referate / Presentations

  1. Ash Decline in Switzerland Spread over the last years and new path of infection (Roland Engesser, WSL)
  2. Outbreak of Dendrolimus pini_80 years since last time (Åke Lindelöw)
  3. A new bacterial infection in Hungarian hybrid poplar stands (Andras Koltay et al.)
  4. Dothiostroma needle blight situation in Slovenia (Barbara Piskur)
  5. New attraction methods of Ips typographus L. and Pityogenes chalcographus L. applied in pheromon baited traps (Bartlomiej Bednarz)
  6. Forest Health Situation in Austria (Bernhard Perny and Gottfried Steyrer)
  7. Gypsy moth, forest rodents and others (Boris Hrasovec et al.)
  8. Five year monitoring of Monochamus spp. in Slovenia (Maja Jurc and Gregor Meterc)
  9. The most important damaging agents in Slovakian forests (Milan Zubrik and Andrej Kunca)
  10. Most important biotic factors damaging Czech forests (Milos Knizek)
  11. Forest Health Status in Bosni and Herzegovina (Mirza Dautbasic)
  12. Gypsy moth in Serbia: status and prospects (Slobodan Milanovic)
  13. Ash decline in Slovenia (Tina Hauptman)
  14. Main biotic agents damaging mountain forests in Poland (Wojciech Grodzki)
  15. First Asian Longhorn Beetle outbraek in the UK (Daegan Inward)
  16. Freshest information on recently recorded invasives in Croatia (Boris Hrasovec)
  17. The Lemon Tree Borer (Oemona hirta)_a risk for the EU (Dominic Eyre)
  18. Report on some invasive pathogens in Norway (Halvor Solheim)
  19. Phytosanitary problems with WPM in 2012 in Austria (Hannes Krehan and Ute Hoyer-Tomiczek)
  20. Asian Longhorn Beetle in Feldkirchennear Munich (Hannes Lemme)
  21. ALB infestation in Upper Austria_Braunau am Inn_Oberaichet_St. Georgen (Hoyer-Tomiczek)
  22. Current situation on A. glabripennis and C. perspectalis in SW Germany (Jörg Schuhmacher)
  23. List of alien diseases on woody plants in CR (Libor Jankowsky et al)
  24. New harmful organisms for forests in Slovenia (Marteen de Groot et al)
  25. CLB ongoing research in Lombardy Region (Matteo Maspero et al)
  26. Invasive alien species Aproceros leucopoda on Ulmus cultivars in Serbia (Milka Glavendekic)

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Autor: Tomiczek C.

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