C-IPM has a number of publications. These include reports from workshops, mapping activities, analyses of existing activities, future research needs and recommendations for joint actions.
Publications are presented in the newsletter and can be found below as they become finalised.
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The C-IPM flyer gives a brief overview of C-IPM. Download it here.
Strategic Research Agenda: Find more information here.
Seven projects selected in the first C-IPM call. Download it here.
Presentations from the final C-IPM conference in Brussels in December 2016:
IPM in the European Research Area: EC DG Research (Marios Markakis)
Introduction to C-IPM and the final conference (Antoine Messéan)
Exploring opportunities for joint research in IMP (Silke Dachbrodt-Saaydeh)
IPM needs, available IPM tools and future priorities for minor uses (Joszef Kiss)
Prospects of cross-border collaboration on existing national IPM infrastructures (Mette Sønderskov)
Outcome of C-IPM calls (Anabel de la Peña)
Knowledge-sharing activities: past and future (Antoine Messéan)
Presentation of the C-IPM strategic research agenda (Jay Ram Lamichhane)
Future options of European IPM networking activitiess after C-IPM (Sylvia Bluemel)
Report of panel discussion
Report from the "Breeding for IPM" workshop held in Poland, July 2016 here.
Second thematic workshop "Novel and innovative IPM tools and/or technologies", Paris, 15 June 2015. Download it here.
Report from Strategic Research Agenda Workshop in Paris, 2015. Download it here.
Report and presentations from the C-IPM workshop "Future challenges for IPM in a changing agriculture" (8 October 2014):
Report from the thematic workshop
Photo of the workshop group
Toward a higher level of IPM implementation, Antoine Messean
Pesticide legislation and the availability of pesticides, Johan Edens
How will the EU Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) Reform 2014-2020 with its greening initiatives affect IPM adoption, Kim Martin Hjort Lind
How will consumer preference will influence implementation of IPM, Wim Rodenburg