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Program | Novel tools and new challenges for IPM in viticulture

Meeting of the IOBC-WPRS Working Group "Integrated protection in viticulture”

     

Wednesday 18 October, 2017

08:00 09:00 Registration
09:00 09:10 Welcome to participants
                    Gianfranco Anfora and Valerio Mazzoni
09:10 09:30 Opening and IOBC-WPRS presentation
                   Carlo Duso (convenor), Mauro Jermini (liason officer), Denis Thiéry, Christoph Hoffmann,  
                    Michael Maixner, Agnès Calonnec, René Fuchs, Tirtza Zahavi (SB convenors)

09:30 11:30 Session 1: New knowledge and solutions against viruses, phytoplasmas

                    and their vectors: vectors

                    Chairs: Mauro Jermini and Gerd Innerebner

09:30 10:00 Keynote lecture: Mo+G2:H42nitoring Xylella fastidiosa insect vectors in Northern and
                   Southern California to understand recent Pierce’s+G2:H42 disease incidence 
                   Lucia G. Varela

10:00 10:20 Phlogotettix cyclops: occurrence, infectivity with Flavescence dorée and importance as
                    vector in Austrian vineyards 
                   Gudrun Strauss

10:20 10:40 The role of scale insects as vectors of grapevine viroses in German viticulture 
                   Nadine Steinmetz

10:40 11:00 State and development of tools for the Flavescence dorée management in Switzerland
                    Mauro Jermini

11:00 11:30 Coffee break

11:30 13:00 Session 2: New knowledge and solutions against viruses, phytoplasmas

                    and their vectors: pathogens and interactions with plant and vectors

                   Chairs: Mauro Jermini and Gerd Innerebner

11:30 12:00 Keynote lecture: When a palearctic bacterium meets a nearctic insect vector: genetic 
                    and ecological insights into the emergence of the grapevine Flavescence dorée
                    epidemics in Europe 
                   Sylvie Malembic-Maher

12:00 12:20 The potential use of endosymbiont/endophytic bacteria to reduce yellows disease
                    symptoms in wine grapes 
                   Vered Naor

12:20 12:40 Contrasting Susceptibilities to Flavescence Dorée in Vitis vinifera Rootstocks and Wild
                    Vitis Species 
                   Sandrine Eveillard

12:40 13:00 New insights into Pinot gris disease and the associated Grapevine Pinot gris Virus 
                   Elisa Angelini

13:00 14:30 Lunch

14:30 16:50 Session 3: Classical and novel tools against arthropod pests:

                    disruption of insect communications

                    Chairs: Denis Thiéry and Sergio Angeli

14:30 15:00 Keynote lecture: Mating Disruption of Vine Mealybug, Planococcus ficus, using
                    Sprayable Microensapsulated Pheromone in California Table Grapes 
                   David R. Haviland

15:00 15:20 Year-round mating disruption in vineyards overcomes the vine mealybug (Planococcus
                    ficus) population’s build-up during the warming winters 
                   Rakefet Sharon

15:20 15:40 Future sustainable IPM in viticulture: Electrospun mesofibers as alternative approaches
                    for Lobesia botrana pest management 
                   Hans E. Hummel

15:40 16:00 Exploitation of genetically modified Vitis vinifera plants with altered kairomone
                    emission ratio for the control of the European Grapevine Moth Lobesia botrana 
                   Gianfranco Anfora

16:00 16:20 Vibrational Mating Disruption of glassy-winged sharpshooter Homalodisca vitripennis,
                    vector of Xylella fastidiosa in California 
                   Valerio Mazzoni

16:20 16:40 Open-field vibrational mating disruption: the effect on leafhopper pests and the
                    vineyard ecosystem 
                   Rachele Nieri

16:40 17:00 First characterization of herbivore-induced volatiles released by grapevine (cv. Pinot
                   noir) under attack of Empoasca vitis (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) 
                   Sergio Angeli

17:00 17:30 Poster Flash Talks session 1 

17:30 19:00 Poster session 1 (with drinks)
19:00 22:00 Aperi-dinner

Thursday 19 October, 2017

09:00 11:30 Session 4: Classical and novel tools against arthropod pests:

                    Drosophila suzukii

                    Chairs: Claudio Ioriatti and Silvia Schmidt

09:00 09:30 Keynote lecture: Physical barriers against Drosophila suzukii in viticulture 
                   Christian Linder

09:30 09:50 Drosophila suzukii: important differences in the susceptibility of grape cultivars 
                   Patrik Kehrli

09:50 10:10 Influence of field margins containing blackberries on appearance of Drosophila suzukii
                    and infestation of grape berries in adjacent vineyards 
                   Lisa Weißinger

10:10 10:30 Biological control of Drosophila suzukii by means of the pupal parasitoid Trichopria
                   drosophilae: field and semifield experiences 
                   Marco Valerio Rossi Stacconi
10:30 10:50 Field testing of insecticides against spotted wing drosophila (SWD) in viticultureLma 
                   Martina Falagiarda

11:00 11:30 Coffee break

11:30 13:00 Session 5: Ecology and multiple interactions in pest control

                   Chairs: Carlo Duso and Christoph Hoffmann

11:30 12:00 Keynote lecture: Plant-herbivore interactions in the context of climate change: 
                   Effects of elevated CO2 concentrations on grapevine and European grapevine  
                   moth (Lobesia botrana)
                   Annette Reineke

12:00 12:20 Cultural control of Lobesia botrana on grapevines 
                   Fatemeh Kiaeian Moosavi

12:20 12:40 Influence of landscape complexity and vineyard management on leafhoppers
                    abundance in North-Italian vineyards 
                   Giulia Zanettin

12:40 13:00 Biological control of the mealybug Planococcus ficus in vineyards of North-eastern
                    Italy 
                   Alberto Pozzebon

13:00 14:30 Lunch

14:30 16:50 Session 6: IPM implementation and tools

                   Chairs: Carlo Duso and Christoph Hoffmann

14:30 15:00 Keynote lecture: IPM Implementation benefits from the partnership between scientists 
                   and growers: a case study in a Tuscan wine-growing area 
                   Andrea Lucchi

15:00 15:20 How spraying technology could reduce pesticides use in vineyards 
                   Xavier Delpuech

15:20 15:40 New tools to improve the sustainability of the vineyards: scouting with 4GRAPES app,
                    cloud processing and real-time visualization on carto 
                   Bigot Giovanni

15:40 16:00 BugMap, a citizen science approach to monitor the spread of the invasive Brown
                    Marmorated Stink Bug Halyomorpha halys (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) 
                   Robert Malek

16:00 16:20 VitiMeteo in Europe - supporting IPM for practitioners 
                   Ronald Krause

16:20 16:40 Forecasting flight activity of Lobesia botrana, in the Northeast of Portugal, using a
                   degree-day model  
                   Cristina Carlos

16:40 17:00 VIVA indicators: the global approach to assess, improve and communicate grape-wine
                    sustainability in Italy 
                   Gloria Luzzani

17:00 17:30 Poster Flash Talks session 2 

17:30 19:00 Poster session 2 (with drinks)
19:00 22:00 Social dinner and poster awards

Friday 20 October, 2017

09:00 10:50 Session 7: Classical and novel tools about pathogens

                    Chairs: Agnes Calonnec and Tirtza Zahavi

09:00 09:30 Keynote lecture: Analysis of the predominant factors generating various epidemic 
                    profiles on resistant varieties 
                   Agnes Calonnec

09:30 09:50 Anti-fungal capacities of ozone dissolved into water against fungi associated with  
                    Grapevine Trunk Diseases 
                   Marielle Pagès

09:50 10:10 The FEM grapevine breeding program for pathogen resistances: Towards a sustainable
                    viticulture 
                   Silvia Vezzulli

10:10 10:30 Microbial ecology of resistant grapevine genotypes sheds light on biocontrol prospects
                    of Plasmopara viticola 
                   Christina Morauf
10:30 10:50 Ontogenetic resistance of grapes: A chance to reduce fungicides in vineyard and 
                    residues in wine?
                   Karl Bleyer

10:50 11:20 Coffee break

11:20 11:40 Biomarkers identification in ‘Bianca’ grapevine leaves after Plasmopara viticola 
                    infection 
                   Giulia Chitarrini

11:40 12:00 Impact of elevated CO2 concentration on interactions between Vitis vinifera L. and 
                    Plasmopara viticola, the causal agent of downy mildew
                   Moustafa Selim

12:00 12:20 Botrytis bunch rot control in South-West France vineyards using a novel bacterial 
                    biological control agent and two biocontrol registered products 
                   Carlos Calvo-Garrido
12:20 12:40 Endophytic yeasts in shoots of healthy and esca diseased grapevines 
                   Manuela Steiner
12:40 13:00 Closing remarks

                   Carlo Duso, Denis Thiéry, Christoph Hoffman, Michael Maixner, Agnès Calonnec, René Fuchs, 
                    Tirtza Zahavi

13:00 14:30 Lunch box

14:30 20:00 Excursion and dinner

Poster sessions and Poster Short Presentations

Wednesday 18 October, 2017

Poster session 1: New knowledge and solutions against pathogens and their vectors

VIT.1  Distribution of symptoms associated to GPGV and its potential vector Colomerus vitis in
          North-eastern Italy Carlo Duso
VIT.2  Grapevine virus diseases in South Tyrol – a survey Gerd Innerbner
VIT.3  New acquisition about the role of Colomerus vitis in the transmission of Grapevine Pinot
          gris virus  Valeria Malagnini
VIT.4  Three years experience in France using PreDiVine DSS analysing 25 vineyards for
          Scaphoideus titanus monitoring Mauro Jermini
VIT.5  Longevity and reproductive profile of Scaphoideus titanus Ball adults reared under
          controlled conditions Mauro Jermini
VIT.6  Comparative transcriptome profiling of two Vitis vinifera varieties with different
          level of resistance/susceptibility to Flavescence dorèe Elisa Angelini
VIT.7  Development of a new strategy for the control of Flavescence dorée disease based
          on a multiannual model of Scaphoideus titanus and a landscape analysis Mauro Jermini
VIT.8  Mating behavior and vibrational communication of the meadow spittlebug Philaenus
           spumarius Sabina Avosani
VIT.9   Management of Downy Mildew (Plasmopara viticola Berk. & Curtis, Berk. & De Toni)
           by reducing copper applications through BCAs treatments and new copper formulations
           Davide Mosetti
VIT.10 Insights into the genetic bases of downy mildew resistance and polyphenol induction
           in a grapevine inter-specific segregating population Giulia Malacarne
VIT.11 Effect of weather on appearance of grape downy mildew in Israel Tirtza Zahavi
VIT.12 Insight into the mechanism of conidial germination of the powdery mildew mycoparasite  
           Ampelomyces quisqualis Dario Angeli
VIT.13 Are Swiss fungal resistant varieties appropriate for growth under the soil and climatic
           conditions of Quebec, Canada? Caroline Provost
VIT.14 As vineyard and application moment affect the phosphonates residues in the bunches
           Oscar Giovannini
VIT.15 VITIFUTUR – A transnational platform for applied research and further education in   
           viticulture Alexandra Wolf
VIT.16 From proof of concept to pre-industrial biofungicide to protect grapevine Oscar Giovannini
VIT.17 Residents non-dietary pesticide exposure risk perception survey: knowledge gaps and
           challenges for targeted awareness-raising material development Maura Calliera
VIT.18 The SUDOE "VINOVERT" project: potential of pesticide use reduction in three South-West
           European vineyards regions Marc Fermaud
VIT.19 Roll-out of IPM in Belgian viticulture Kris Vandenwyngaert
VIT.20 Grapevine trunk diseases: the relevance of disinfection of propagation material Laura Mugnai

Thursday 19 October, 2017

Poster session 2: IPM implementation and tools against arthropod pests 

VIT.21  Emulpar’ 940 EC as a mechanical natural product in two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus
           urticae Koch.) control on berry crops Wojciech Piotrowski
VIT.22  Impact of leaf removal, copper and kaolin on grape skin thickness in order to reduce
           Drosophila suzukii infestation Michael McGeary
VIT.23  Entomopathogenic fungi as control agents for Drosophila suzukii Elisabetta Gargani
VIT.24  Management of Linepithema micans and Eurhizococcus brasiliensis in new vineyards
           Marcon Botton
VIT.25  Evaluation of arthropod biodiversity in the vineyards of the Centre-Val de Loire
           region Ingrid Arnault
VIT.26  Efficacy of kaolin against Empoasca vitis in vineyards Federico Tacoli
VIT.27  Berry skin resistance explains oviposition preferences of Drosophila suzukii best in
           different pre-damaged grapevine cultivars Wiebke Entling
VIT.28  Compensation effects induced by grape phylloxera on root growth, leaf respiration
           and sink activity in Vitis ssp. Markus Walter Eitle
VIT.29  Preliminary analysis of arthropod aggregation overwintering in vineyards with
           different management Vincenzo Verrastro
VIT.30 Drosophila suzukii oviposition behavior on wine clusters Valerio Mazzoni
VIT.31 Does Drosophila suzukii represent an additional factor of risk of sour rot disease
           development in wine grape? Franca Ghidoni
VIT.32 Oviposition deterrent effects of particle films and entomopathogenic fungal strains
           against Drosophila suzukii: preliminary laboratory assays and field trials Nuray Baser
VIT.33 Morphological study of the antennal sensilla of the invasive Halyomorpha halys Stål
           (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) Aya Ibrahim
VIT.34 The use of biorational compounds for vineyards protection against pests Milka Glavendekic
VIT.35 Is Drosophila suzukii ovipositor involved in chemoreception? Cristina Maria Crava
VIT.36 Assessment of capture efficacy of Drosophila suzukii (Matsumura) trapping devices
           in mass trapping and release recapture trials Silvia Schmidt
VIT.37 Rearing Campoplex capitator in Italy and in Chile: preliminary achievements Andrea Lucchi
VIT.38 Five-year analysis of population dynamics in Drosophila suzukii: usefulness of monitoring
           traps and their relevance for viticulture Niklas Samuel
VIT.39 Beneficial insects associated with Lobesia botrana in vineyards Milka Glavendekic
VIT.40 Circadian densities of mites on vine leaves in Montalcino area (Tuscany, Italy) Sauro Simoni
VIT.41 Assessment of new trap designs and liquid baits improved with lactic acid bacteria for
           capturing Drosophila suzukii Matsumura Giuseppe Maddalena