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Dear colleagues,


Upon completion of the:

 

International symposium on current trends in plant protection, including ESENIAS workshops – Monitoring of Invasive Species in SEE Countries

Belgrade 25–28, 2012

 

on behalf of the organisational committee, we would like to thank all who took part in the event – sponsors, lecturers, participants in round-table discussions and audience.

The Institute for Plant Protection and Environment organised the first symposium in 2010, when it also celebrated 65 years of work. It was a national symposium titled Current Problems in Suppression of Weeds and Optimized Use of Pesticides in Plant Protection. The success of this symposium made us decide to promote it into a traditional event that takes place every second September and to add an international character to it.

The Institute organised this year’s symposium together with two educational institutions: Faculty of Agriculture of the Novi Sad University, Department for Phytomedicine and Environmental Protection, and Faculty of Science of the Novi Sad University, Department of Biology and Ecology. A number of leading Serbian companies in the field of pesticides and plant production sponsored the event, and the Ministry of Education and Science also provided the support. We genuinely appreciate and thank them all for assistance.

In line with the topic of this first international symposium, the participants presented and exchanged experiences and knowledge about current trends in plant protection practices in Serbia and around the world. Another goal was to bring together the experts on the subject in view of strengthening regional and international collaboration, and thus enhance the level of research and scientific activities in the Institute and encourage young researchers in this field. 

Additional contribution to significance of this event gave the ESENIAS workshop  - Monitoring of Invasive Species in the SEE Countries – step ahead, which represents a continuation of workshops on invasive species in the SEE Europe and Balkans. The focus of the workshop was on discussion about further steps in creation of the regional list of invasive species (availability and sharing of information), selection of the best management practices (elimination, control measures, level of invasiveness) and monitoring of invasive species. This workshop was organised by the European Environmental Agency, while the participants were representatives of all relevant institutions from the country and the region.
As hosts and organisers, we gave our best to make the symposium interesting, to ensure availability of useful and up-to-date information, to initiate collaboration among the participants, and to inspire actions that would help solve the current problems in plant protection area.

Generally unfavourable environment for scientific endeavours, as well as huge problems in agricultural production and plant protection were put aside during the symposium – as everyone’s wish was to find the solution to those problems, primarily by defining the current trends which could, if not eliminate, then at least alleviate the grim situation and also help strengthen existing and establish new partnerships.
During the four-day symposium, there were around 150 registered participants. As a long-lasting output of the symposium, the symposium proceedings has been published, containing 91 peer-reviewed papers, 33 of them written by foreign authors from 14 European and world countries. This impressive publication has around 600 pages! In these uneasy times, all the above represents for us organisers a source of enormous happiness!

 We also hope that the event met the expectations of all other participants!

We are open for proposals and would highly appreciate every suggestion from you that could help us make the 2014 symposium even better!

 

 

 

President of the Symposium Organisational Committee
Nenad Dolovac, PhD


Secretary of the Symposium

Dragana Marisavljević, PhD

 

 

Interational Symposium

 

 

 
Lectures I
 
Entomology lectures
Genetic variability in Thrips tabaci (Insecta: Thysanoptera) living on vegetables in Serbia - Cvrković Tatjana, Jović Jelena, Mitrović Milana, Krstić Oliver and Toševski Ivo
ALIEN SPECIES OF JUMPING PLANT LICE (HEMIPTERA: PSYLLOIDEA) IN SERBIA - Dušanka Jerinić-Prodanović
International Symposium on Current Trends in Plant Protection
INVASIVE INSECT AND FISH SPECIES IN MORAVICA DISTRICT - Goran Marković, Snežana Tanasković, Dušica Sretenović, Danka Ranđić
Invasive mosquito species in Europe and Serbia - Petrić D., Zgomba M., Ignjatović Ćupina A., Marinković D.,Bellini R., Schaffner F and Igor Pajović
   
Phytopharmacy lectures
APPLICATION OF RESPONSE SURFACE METHODOLOGY (RSM) FOR DETERMINATION OF PESTICIDE RESIDUES IN WATER - Dragana Šunjka, Sanja Lazić, Nada Grahovac,
Snežana Jakšić, Slavica Vuković
SENSITIVITY OF Venturia inaequalis ISOLATES TO FUNGICIDES WITH DIFFERENT MODES OF ACTION - Goran Aleksić, Tatjana Popović, Mira Starović, Slobodan Kuzmanović, Dragana Jošić, Nenad Dolovac, Dobrivoj Poštić
DETERMINATION OF FUNGICIDE RESIDUES IN GRAPE BY GC/MS - SanjaLazić, Vedrana Komlen, Dragana Šunjka, Nada Grahovac, Jadranka Pejčić, Alma Rahimić, Milenko Blesić
 
Phytopathology lectures
Iris Yellow Spot Virus - emerging pathogen and serious treat for the production of Allium species - A. Bulajić, I. Stanković, A. Vučurović, D. Ristić, K. Milojević, V. Trkulja2 and B. Krstić
Prevalence of Viruses in Autochthonous Grapevine Cultivars from Croatian Continental and Coastal Vine-growing Regions - Darko Vončina, Darko Preiner, Darko Radović, Edi Maletić, Jasminka Karoglan Kontić
Molecular studies on Cryphonectria parasitica isolates from different Central-European plots - Görcsös G. – Irinyi L. –Tarcali G. – Radócz L
Role of Aspergillus species in mycotoxin contamination of agricultural products in Central Europe - Gyöngyi Szigeti, Baranyi, N., Kocsubé, S., Győri, T., Szekeres, A., Tóth, B., Török, O., Háfra, E., Pálfi, X., Varga, J
NEW FUNGAL PATHOGENS CAUSING DISEASES ON PEPPER IN MACEDONIA - R. Rodeva, I. Karov, Z. Stoyanova, B. Kovacevik, V. Manova, R. Georgieva
MORPHOLOGICAL, CULTURAL AND PATHOGENIC CHARACTERISTICS OF MACROPHOMINA PHASEOLINA ISOLATES FROM SUGAR BEET - Stojšin, V., Budakov, D., Bagi, F., Đuragin, N., Marinkov, R
POTENTIAL OF QUINHYDRONE AS A GROWTH INHIBITOR OF PHYTOPATHOGENIC BACTERIA - Tatjana Popović, Filis Morina, Svetlana Živković, Žarko Ivanović, Sonja Veljović Jovanović
INCIDENCE OF VIRUS INFECTIONS ON DIFFERENT PEACH CULTIVARS IN MONTENEGRO - Zindović J, Božović V, Miladinović Z., Rubies Autonell C, Ratti C
 
Herbology lectures
AEROBIOLOGY DATA USED FOR PRODUCING INVENTORIES OF INVASIVE PLANTS - Branko Šikoparija, Carsten A. Skjøth, Predrag Radisic
BIOLOGY, LIFE STRATEGY AND INVASIVENESS OF GENERA AMARANTHUS L. (CARYOPHYLLALES, AMARANTHACEAE) IN PANNONIAN PART OF SERBIA - Bokić Bojana, Knežević Jelena, Bratić Nataša...
Prioritisation of Invasive Alien Plants
Importance of seeds in the process of common ragweed invasion - CHAUVEL Bruno, MARTINEZ Quentin & GUILLEMIN Jean Philippe
THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF WEEDS AND THEIR CONTROL IN TURKEY
Assist. - Assist. Prof. Dr. Yakup Erdal ERTURK
DISTRIBUTION OF THE SORGHUM HALEPENSE (L.) PERS. IN THE MARMARA REGION OF TURKEY - A. YAZLIK ISIK, I. UREMIS
HERBICIDES RESISTANCE OF AMARANTHUS RETROFLEXUS L, THE IMPORTANT WEED OF ROW CROP, TO ALS INHIBITORS - Konstantinović B
DISTRIBUTION OF INVASIVE WEEDS ON THE TERRITORY OF AP VOJVODINA - Konstantinović Branko, Meseldžija Maja, Samardžić Nataša, Konstantinović Bojan
MOLECULAR STUDIES ON OROBANCHE CUMANA IN SERBIA - Dragana Marisavljević, Danijela Pavlović, Radovan Marinković
MODEL FOR THE SECONDARY SPREADING AREA OF INVASIVE SPECIES IVA XANTHIFOLIA NUTT. 1818 (ASTERACEAE, HELIANTHAE) FROM ANTROPOGENIC DEPENDENT ON NATIVE HABITATS - Milica Radanović, Bojana Bokić
Alien Invasive Plants in South Africa: Management and Challenges - Carl Reinhardt
SOIL PERSISTENCE OF TRITOSULFURON+DICAMBA IN THE CENTRAL ANATOLIA REGION IN TURKEY - Ahmet Tansel SERİM
 
Integrated pest managment
Efficacy Transformation Conventional Production in Organic Grape and Wine Production - Branislava Sivčev, Blaga Radovanovid, Ivan Sivčev, Zorica
INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT OF INSECTS IN URBAN GREEN SPACES - University of Belgrade, Faculty of Forestry
Noncommercial Research-and-Production Partnership “Nest M”
Advantages and limitations in bioherbicides use - Zvonko Pacanoski
QUESTIONS ON EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON PLANT PROTECTION - Ahmet ULUDAG
 
 
Nematology
Quarantine Nematodes – European Legislation, Current Status and Prespectives
RESULTS OF A SURVEY ON INFESTATION ON BURSAPHELENCHUS SPP. IN PINE FORRESTS IN UKRAINE
DETECTION OF DITYLENCHUS DESTRUCTOR IN POTATO DURING THE GROWING SEASON AND IN STORAGE
DISTRIBUTION OF GLOBODERA ROSTOCHIENSIS AND ITS CONTROL IN UKRAINE
Half a century of potato cyst nematode (Globodera spp.) management in Norway
INFERRING PLACES OF ORIGIN OF TWO PCN FROM SERBIA USING MOLECULAR TOOLS
MORPHOLOGY OF HETERODERA FILIPJEVI FROM SERBIA
 
 
POSTERS
 
Entomology
Genetic variability in Thrips tabaci (Insecta: Thysanoptera) living on vegetables in Serbia
Molecular analysis of COI mtDNA in Phytoptus (Phytoptidae) and Eriophyes
PESTS OF OIL SEED RAPE IN NORTHERN SERBIA
POTENTIAL OF TRAPS BAITED WITH AGGREGATION
 
Phytopharmacy
DETERMINATION OF DEOXYNIVALENOL IN PASTA SAMPLES
DEVELOPMENT OF THE ADJUVANTS BASED ON PLANT OILS AND THEIR APPLICATION
 
Phytopathology
ANTAGONISTIC ACTIVITY OFBACILLUSANDPSEUDOMONASSOIL ISOLATES AGAINST PSEUDOMONAS SYRINGAE PV.SYRINGAE
ANTAGONISTIC ACTIVITY OFBACILLUSANDPSEUDOMONASSOIL ISOLATES AGAINST XANTHOMONAS CAMPESTRISPV. CAMPESTRIS
ANTAGONISTIC POTENTIAL OF TRICHODERMA HARZIANUM AGAINST
POSTHARVEST FUNGAL PATHOGENS
CHARACTERIZATION OF DIAPORTHE/PHOMOPSIS SPP. FROM PLUM TREES
BY SDS-PAGE
CHARACTERIZATION OF PSEUDOMONAS SYRINGAESTRAINS BY ERIC PCR GENOMIC FINGERPRITING
ERIC PCR AS A METHOD FOR DETERMINING DIVERSITY OF XANTHOMONAS ARBORICOLA PV. JUGLANDIS
Cu-CITRATE, A NEW SOURCE OF Cu ION AS A FUNGICIDE
EFFECT OF SIMULTANEOUS APPLICATION OF BRASSINOSTEROIDSAND REDUCED DOSES OF FUNGICIDES ON VENTURIA INAEQUALIS
EXISTENCE OF CERCOSPORA BETICOLA ISOLATES RESISTANT TO BENZIMIDAZOLE AND TRIAZOLE FUNGICIDES IN NATURAL POPULATIONS
Fungal isolates from agroindustrial waste as potential biocontrol agents
Identification of phytopathogenic Agrobacterium spp. in Serbia Žarko
INFLUENCE OF COMPOST TEA ON INHIBITION OF GROWTH OF PHYTOPATOGENIC FUNGI
LOSSES OF APPLE FRUIT
MORPHOLOGICAL AND GENETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF Monilinia laxa
MORPHOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR IDENTIFICATION OF COLLETOTRICHUM GLOEOSPORIOIDES FROM CITRUS RETICULATA
PATHOGENICITY OF FUSARIUM SPP. AND ASPERGILLUS FLAVUS ON MAIZE EAR
Prevalence of pagotenic groups of leptosphaeria maculans in Serbia
THE GENERATION OF RESISTANCE TO METALAXYL
 
Herbology
DIVERSITY AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE SPECIES OF GENUS BROMUSL. 1753 IN VOJVODINA
Effectiveness and selectivity of herbicides
EFFECT OF SOME HERBICIDES (ATRAZINE AND NICOSULFURON) ON MICROBIAL BIOMASS NITROGEN AND PHOSPHOR IN SOIL
GERMINATION OF TWO-YEAR-OLD SEEDS OF Sinapis arvensis AND Papaver rhoeas ORIGINATING FROM A ZEMUN POLJE SITE
Herbicide resistance weeds in cereal crops in grece kotoula syka at all
Influence of root manipulation on herbicide sulphosate nikolic at all
Invasive species of plants in the anthropogenic woodlands krstivojevic et all
Morpho anatomical response of glyphosate resistant and susceptible
MORPHOLOGICAL VARIABILITY OF INVASIVE SPECIESAMBROSIAARTEMISIIFOLIAL. (ASTERALES, ASTERACEAE) ON THE IMPORTANT TRANSIT AREAS
MORPHOLOGICAL VARIABILITY OF SPECIES IVA XANTHIFOLIA1818 (ASTERACEAE, HELIANTHAE) IN RUDERAL HABITATS
THE SENSITIVITY OF MAIZE LINES TO DIFFERENT HERBICIDES
WEED SPECIES IN SYNANTROPIC FLORA OF NOVI SAD
 
 
Round table
 
Bugarčić aktuelnosti u vezi ispitivanja zdravstvenog stanja krompira
Jović J maize Redness-a Serious threat to corn production
Savčić Petrić harmonizacija i implementacija propisa u oblasti SZB
 
 
Comercial presentations sponsors
 
BASF 2013
Chemical Agrosava
Galenika
Magan
 
 
Symposium working part
   
       
       
Fun and entertainment
       
       
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