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Food: Food safety

...wide fall ill from microorganisms associated with food. Major foodborne pathogens include protozoa, viruses (e.g. norovirus), and bacteria such as Campylobacter, Salmonella, Listeria monocytogenes,...

News | 14/06/2023

Plant pest: Yellowing viruses in sugar beet cultivation

Why are yellowing viruses once again a threat to the sugar beet industry? Until recently, neonicotinoids were used to control yellowing diseases. Neonicotinoids are a group of insecticides that ar...

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Phytosanitary risks of newly introduced crops

...nd how was it imported (assessement of the introductory routes). In a next phase, the status of the viruses and nematodes that were associated with propagation materials, in the field and in the ma...

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...mal-related analysesMarine analysesDiagnosis of plant-pathogenic bacteria, fungi, mites, insects, viruses and nematodesAnalyses for plant, soil and substrateLaboratory for Seed TestingSpray technol...

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...orms extensive research on how to help plants manage diseases and pests. ILVO has experts on fungi, viruses, bacteria, insects, mites and nematodes. They know the life cycles of plant attackers, de...


First BSFM webinar on Food Microbiology

...iologySubjects: Actualities of NRL Food Micro, Recent EFSA and SciCom FAVV/AFSCA reports, Human viruses and food Friday October 2nd, 2020 - Current Listeria monocytogenes issuesSubjects...

News | 01/05/2020

Plant attacker for May: TBRFV

...y the pepino mosaic virus (PepMV). The risk here is that farmers or horticulturists may confuse the viruses and thus wait too long to intervene, which can lead to enormous damage.

News | 19/12/2019

Land-based aquaculture of brown shrimp getting closer?

...e triggers and the avoidance strategies for cannibalism are needed. External enemies: shrimp viruses In the breeding of other shrimp species (e.g. tiger shrimp) viruses are the most importa...

News | 14/02/2022

Virus-based crop protection

...ropean project VIROPLANT, 17 partners from 7 European countries joined forces in the search for new viruses to protect agricultural crops from pests, bacterial and fungal diseases. ILVO researchers...

News | 06/03/2023

Plant pest(s): ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma solani’

...etection of phytoplasma pathogens via nanopore sequencing. There is also a project on yellowing viruses in sugar beet (VIRBICON), where it is possible that 'basses richesses' may also be detected.

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