This book contains 33 papers, presented at the meeting "Integrated Crop protection in Cereals", on recent developments in research into integral control of invertebrate pests, diseases and weeds, together with economic appraisals of applying such research to model farming systems.
Table of Contents
Opening session 1. Towards the European development of an integrated and biological control in cereals 2. Welcoming address Session 1. Pests 3. Present status of cereal pests in Spain with special reference to cereal aphids 4. Towards the integrated pest control in cereals in Italy 5. Forecasting of cereal aphid abundance 6. Potential interactions between varietal resistance and natural enemies in the control of cereal aphids 7. Effects of hydroxamic acids on the resistance of wheat to the aphid Sitobion avenue 8. Importance of Microhymenoptera for aphid population regulation in French cereal crops 9. The potential of Tachyporus spp. (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) as predators of cereal aphids 10. A contribution to a check-list of Staphylinidae (Coleoptera) of potential importance in the integrated protection of cereal and grass crops 11. The occurrence of spiders in cereal ﬁelds 12. Study of some components of BYDV epidemiology in the Rennes basin 13. Can signiﬁcant changes in BYDV epidemics be obtained with resistant maize cultivars? 14. Untreated headlands next to hedges in Denmark 15. Experimental options for developing selective pesticide usage tactics within cereals IPM 16. Control of cereal aphids in winter wheat with reduced dose rates of different insecticides with special respect to side effects to beneﬁcial arthropods 17. The effects of intensive pesticide use on arthropod predators in cereals 18. Observations on the effects of an autumn application of a pyrethroid insecticide on non—target predatory species in winter cereals 19. On the inﬂuence of some insecticides and fungicides on the epigeal arthropod fauna in winter wheat 20. The corn stalk borer, Sesamia nonagrioides: Forecasting, crop-loss assessment and pest management 21. Current status of the Sesamia nonagrioides sex pheromone and its potential use in the suppression of the insect population Session 2. Diseases and weeds 22. Wheat and barley diseases in Italy and prospects for integrated control 23. Integrating varietal mixtures and fungicide treatments: Preliminary studies of a strategy for controlling yellow rust of wheat 24. Recent advances towards reliable forecasting of Septoria diseases in winter wheat 25. Barley mildew in Europe: Analysis of virulence and of fungicide resistance for improvement of disease control 26. Control of barley mildew by integrating the use of varietal resistance and seed-applied fungicides 27. Attempts to combine different methods of control of foot and root diseases of winter wheat 28. Contribution of seed pathology to integrated control of cereal diseases in Italy 29. Development of a quantitative method for assessment of Polymyxa graminis Led. inoculum potential in soils 30. Biological control of weeds: Present status in Italy Session 3. Farming systems 31. Economic and ecological implications of different agricultural systems in northern Germany 32. Inﬂuence of straw incorporation, and associated herbicide and molluscicide treatments on fauna in cereal crops 33. Long-term inﬂuences of an integrated farming system on some cereal diseases 34. Integrated cropping of winter wheat and its perspectives 35. Investigation of farming systems on integrated crop protection in cereals: The work of the Game Conservancy, UK 36. Closing session 37. Conclusions and recommendations on general discussion and sessions’ report