The 5th Pests and Beneficials Review will take place at Rothamsted Research Conference Centre on Wednesday 29 January 2020.
Theme – ‘Making Metrics Pay’
Can data-driven decision making deliver profitable IPM
This is an invitee only event.
09.30 REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS
10.00 Welcome – Larissa Collins, BCPC Pests & Beneficials Group Chairperson / Entomology Team Leader, Fera Science Ltd.
10.05 Introduction – Tim Isaac, Chair / Head of Arable, AHDB
10.15 Thresholds, risks and realities – lessons from the past to inform the future? – Bill Parker, Director of Research, AHDB
10.45 IPM Decisions – Forecasts, monitoring and Decision Support Systems – Mark Ramsden, ADAS
11.00 What to measure – crop physiology perspective – Dr. Kate Storer, ADAS
11.15 – REFRESHMENTS
11.30 Remote sensing – Colin Carter, Landseer Ltd
11.50 Farmer perspectives on metrics and DSS – Edward Cross, Farmer
12.00 MORNING SESSION DISCUSSION
12.30 LUNCH AND POSTERS
13.35 DEPHY and the IPM monitoring; lessons learnt in France – Nicolas Munier-Jolain, INRA
13.55 Economic trade-offs associated with IPM – Alice Midmer, Demonstration and Innovation Manager, LEAF
14.15 Understanding the factors that influence the uptake of new approaches on farm – Emily Pope, Knowledge Transfer Manager Arable, AHDB
14.35 Farmer perspective on IPM on farm – TBA
14.45 AFTERNOON SESSION DISCUSSION
15.15 Closing remarks – Tim Isaac, Head of Arable, AHDB
15.30 REVIEW CLOSE
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