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May 2020 - ORF report - „Vorarlberg Heute“, 31st of May 2020

Machine for controlling cockroaches

In the Montafon, engerlings caused major damage in the previous year. In the valley the pests are controlled with fungi on barley grains, but on slopes it is difficult to apply this product to the soil. A company in Bings has now developed a special machine for this. The BIPESCO team Innsbruck of the University of Innsbruck in cooperation with a partner has developed a liquid agent based on Beauveria brongniartii, which can be applied into the soil with the help of this MMExit machine. .

Vorarlberg Heute 31-05-20

Jannuary 2020 - Braunvieh 1/2020

Plagued by cockchafers - New technology for mountain regions

"Engerlings can cause great damage in grassland, and Vorarlberg, among others, is severely affected by this. A new technique has now been developed for tackling this problem. Dr. Strasser, from the University of Innsbruck, was so enthusiastic about the MMexit device that he immediately thought about the requirements for the active ingredient".
© C. Meusburger. LK Vorarlberg, Jänner 2020.

The project MM-EXiT deals with the application of a Beauveria dispersion formulation for sustainable control of cockchafer larvae in exposed steep slope areas.

Braunvieh 1/2020 - Von Maikäfern geplagt

May 2019

Fungal colonised barley is the key agent for cockchafer control

Acknowledgement of the good long-term cooperation between Maschinenring Tirol, Landwirtschaftskammer Tirol and BIPESCO Team Innsbruck, University of Innsbruck. Press release from May 5, 2019: TT_Meldung

Lectures

Wednesday, 13th February 2019, 14:00 - 16:00, Gasthaus Kappl, Im Ort 11,3353 Biberbach

Biologische Engerlingbekämpfung mit Pilzgerste

Lernen Sie bei diesem Seminar, wie Sie Engerlinge mit im Boden lebenden Pilzen bekämpfen können.
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Conferences

27.-28. Mai 2019, Höhere Bundeslehranstalt und Bundesamt für Wein- und Obstbau, Klosterneuburg

74. ALVA-Jahrestagung

ALVA (Working Group for Food, Veterinary and Agricultural Affairs):

The BIPESCO Team Innsbruck, led by Dr. Hermann Strasser, will attend this year's ALVA conference in Klosterneuburg in full team strength. In addition to two lectures, 4 relevant posters focusing on pests and fungal antagonists will also be presented at the 74th ALVA Annual Conference. Conference focus: "Viticulture and climate"

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  Conference programme


08th March 2019, Faculty Club, Groot Begijnhof 14, B – 3000 Leuven

IIRB (International Institute of Sugar Beet Research) WORKSHOP 2019

Exploiting synergies to improve the impact of entomopathogenic fungi to control invertebrate pests.
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  https://www.iirb.org/

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