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

The workshop included three types of activities: (i) oral presentations, (ii) group work and discussion and (iii) field trips. During the first and second days, oral presentations and group work and discussions were held. The third day was devoted to the field trip visiting Aliste, a region of Zamora province with increasing planting area of Castanea sativa. An additional field trip was organised the fourth day to stone pine forests in the Valladolid province on demand of participants. Check the whole report in the link below.

Knowledge Repository for Non-Wood Forest Products: Overview and design concepts

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

Knowledge Repository for Non-Wood Forest Products: Overview and design concepts, by María Pasalodos (INIA)

Evaluation of the aptitude of the station for chestnut in Castilla y Leon under climate change scenario

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

Evaluation of the aptitude of the station for chestnut in Castilla y Leon under climate change scenario, by Rocío Gallego (Cesefor Foundation).

Biological control of Dryocosmus kuriphilus in Trás-os-Montes, Portugal

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

Biological control of Dryocosmus kuriphilus in Trás-os-Montes, Portugal, by Albino Bento (Instituto Politécnico de Bragança. Portugal)

Classical biological control of Dryocosmus kuriphilus in Turkey

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

Classical biological control of Dryocosmus kuriphilus in Turkey, by Kahraman Ipekdal (Ahi Evran University, Turkey).

Torymus sinensis, an effective parasitoid for fighting the chestnut gall wasp in France

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

Torymus sinensis, an effective parasitoid for fighting the chestnut gall wasp in France, by Nicolas Borowiec (INRA. France)

Propagation of Dryocosmus kuriphilus and release of the parasitoid Torymus sinensis in Castille and Leon

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

Propagation of Dryocosmus kuriphilus and release of the parasitoid Torymus sinensis in Castille and Leon, by Juan Carlos Domínguez (CSF de Calabazanos. Junta de Castilla y León. Regional Government).

Incidence of blight canker in chestnut trees in Castille and Leon. Historical perspective and current situation

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

Incidence of blight canker in chestnut trees in Castille and Leon. Historical perspective and current situation, by Paula Zamora (TRAGSA).

Current situation and threats for the chestnut value chain in Spain

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

Current situation and threats for the chestnut value chain in Spain, by Pablo Linares (Director of Mesa del Castaño del Bierzo).

Chestnut production, the impact of the chestnut gall wasp and other pests and diseases

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

Chestnut production, the impact of the chestnut gall wasp and other pests and diseases, by Roberto Rubio (Cesefor Foundation).

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