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Celebrating 60 Years Of Research Collaboration Between CABI And Canada

Coordinator: Peter Mason
13:00 — 17:00

G. Whitfield,
P. Neenan

Welcome remarks.

13:00

Y. Martell

Opening remarks by Canada.

13:10

T. Nicholls

Opening remarks by CABI.

13:20

U. Kuhlmann,
P. Mason

Sixty years of collaboration in biological control research between Canada and CABI-Switzerland: An historical review.

13:30

A. McClay,
H. Hinz, R. DeClerck-Floate

Successes in weed biological control.

13:45

V. Nealis,
J. Huber, M. Kenis

Getting back to classics in forest insect biological control.

14:00

D. Gillespie,
T. Haye, B. Broadbent

Successes in agricultural insect biological cControl.

14:15

B. Roitberg,
G. Boivin, J. Brodeur,
M. J. W. Cock, M. Goettel

Risk assessment in classical biological control of arthropods.

14:30

H. Hinz,
R. De Clerck-Floate,
R. Bourchier, U. Schaffner,
A. McClay

Risk assessment in classical biological control of weeds.

14:45

Coffee break

 

15:00

T. D. Gariepy,
K. Makela, L. L. Timms

Biological and cross-cultural exchange: Training program for Canadian summer and graduate students.

15:30

W. Jenner,
N. Cappuccino, M. Appleby

Development of a biologically based control strategy for leek moth.

15:45

L. D. Andreassen,
U. Kuhlmann, K. J. Riley,
K. Hemachandra,
J. Whistlecraft, P. G. Mason,
J. J. Soroka, N. J. Holliday

Everything old is new again: CABI/Canada revisit classical biological control of cabbage maggot 60 years later.

16:00

T. Haye,
L. Dosdall, O. Olfert,
D. Gillespie

Biological control of the cabbage seedpod weevil, Ceutorhynchus obstrictus, in Canada – history and new insights.

16:15

G. Boivin,
F. Corlay, T. Haye

Biological control of the swede midge, Contarinia nasturtii, an invasive pest in North America.

16:30

G. Peng, S. Boyetchko, K. L. Bailey, H. L. Hinz,
A. Gassmann

Survey and evaluation of bioherbicide candidates from Europe and Eurasia for control of scentless chamomile and Canada thistle in Canada.

16:45


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