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Current challenges for Mediterranean non wood forest product (NWFP) sectors by new pests and diseases

Interregional Workshop ‘Wild harvest in time of new pests, diseases and climate change’ (Palencia, Spain, 12-14 June 2019). Day 2.

Current challenges for Mediterranean non wood forest product (NWFP) sectors by new pests and diseases, by Álvaro Picardo (Consejería de Fomento y Medio Ambiente, Junta de Castilla y León. Castille and Leon Government).

Current situation of Leptoglossus occidentalis in Turkey

Interregional Workshop ‘Wild harvest in time of new pests, diseases and climate change’ (Palencia, Spain, 12-14 June 2019). Day 1.

Current situation of Leptoglossus occidentalis in Turkey, by Kahraman Ipekdal (Ahi Evran University, Turkey)

Clonal variation in susceptibility to Leptoglossus occidentalis in grafted plantations

Interregional Workshop ‘Wild harvest in time of new pests, diseases and climate change’ (Palencia, Spain, 12-14 June 2019). Day 1.

Clonal variation in susceptibility to Leptoglossus occidentalis in grafted plantations, by Raul de la Mata (Institute of Agrifood Research and Technology, IRTA).

Research on the western conifer seed bug Leptoglossus occidentalis carried out at the iuFOR Forest Pest Laboratory

Interregional Workshop ‘Wild harvest in time of new pests, diseases and climate change’ (Palencia, Spain, 12-14 June 2019). Day 1.

Research on the western conifer seed bug Leptoglossus occidentalis carried out at the iuFOR Forest Pest Laboratory, by Juan Pajares and Laura Ponce (University Institute of Research in Sustainable Forestry, iuFOR)

Challenges and threats for the Mediterranean pine nut value chain

Interregional Workshop ‘Wild harvest in time of new pests, diseases and climate change’ (Palencia, Spain, 12-14 June 2019). Day 1.

Challenges and threats for the Mediterranean pine nut value chain, by Amelia Pastor (Soc. Coop. PiñonSol).

Current situation and perspectives of the pine nut value chain in Andalucía

Interregional Workshop ‘Wild harvest in time of new pests, diseases and climate change’ (Palencia, Spain, 12-14 June 2019). Day 1.

Frutos y frutos secos en tiempos de nuevas plagas, enfermedades y cambio climático. 'PINARES DE DOÑANA', luces y sombras para una marca de piñón ecológico, by Rocío Perea (Santiago Perea S.L.).

Predicted impact of climate change on growth and production of Mediterranean stone pine

Interregional Workshop ‘Wild harvest in time of new pests, diseases and climate change’ (Palencia, Spain, 12-14 June 2019) Presentation of Thematic Network INCREDIBLE, by Sven Mutke (INIA).

Predicted impact of climate change on growth and production of Mediterranean stone pine, by Marta Pardos (INIA).

Report of the Interregional Workshop 'Combining WN&B economic development and products quality’ (Marseille, France, 7-8 March 2019)

This interregional workshop was principally focused on researching ways to combine quality products and economic development for the nuts and berries sector, especially chestnuts, pine nuts and strawberry trees berries. Part of the production come from informal European market, with no structure, subject to a strong competition from international market, especially China which is very aggressive. A concertation between all the stakeholders is essential to organize the sector efficiently.

Check here the report of this event.

Interregional Workshop ‘Wild harvest in time of new pests, diseases and climate change’ (Palencia, Spain, 12-14 June 2019) Presentation of INCREDIBLE Thematic Network

Interregional Workshop ‘Wild harvest in time of new pests, diseases and climate change’ (Palencia, Spain, 12-14 June 2019) Presentation of Thematic Network INCREDIBLE, by Sven Mutke (INIA).

Report of the Science to Practice event 'Grafting techniques in stone pine for clonal propagation'

This 'Science to Practice' event transmitted advances in genetic improvement of stone pine as producer of Mediterranean pine nuts, though the main issue was about the very grafting techniques used in this pine.

Presentations delivered a review of three decades of prospection, common garden evaluation, and selection of genotypes (elite clones) with superior pine cone production, aimed as scion donors for grafted plantations. Nursery techniques and costs were analysed. Invited speakers were specialists and technicians from the Spanish Ministry of Agriculture, the National Institute of Agricultural and Food Research and Technology, the regional Forest Administration of Castilla y León, TRAGSA SA and Forestal Catalana SA, involved in development and deployment of elite clones.

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El proyecto INCREDIBLE pretende mostrar cómo los productos forestales no maderables (PFNM) pueden desempeñar un papel importante en el apoyo a la gestión forestal sostenible y el desarrollo rural, mediante la creación de redes para compartir e intercambiar conocimientos y experiencia. INCREDIBLE (acrónimo de ‘Innovation Networks of Cork, Resins and Edibles in the Mediterranean basin’) promueve la colaboración e innovación intersectorial para destacar el valor y el potencial de los PFNM en la región.

Funding

El proyecto INCREDIBLE recibe fondos del programa Horizon 2020 de la Comisión Europea en el marco del acuerdo de subvención Nº 774.632.

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