Keeping woodlands in Wales and Ireland healthy

NEWS

Integrated Pest Management is paying off in the forests of Wales

Pest control measures within an Integrated Pest Management approach being carried out by forest scientists in Wales are paying off, helping to secure the future of the timber sector.

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IMPACT final conference delegates

INVITATION – IMPACT project final conference - New ways of fighting the increasing number of forest pests

Tuesday 12 May 2015

The Management Centre, Bangor Business School,
College Road, Bangor University, Bangor, Gwynedd

You are invited to join us for the final conference of the IMPACT project at Bangor University where the latest advances in the fight against forest pests developed by the project team will be revealed.

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What is IMPACT?

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IMPACT is a new project assessing how changing climate will influence the damage to our trees and forests by pests, some already here and others potentially brought here through international trade
Read more about the project . . .

IMPACT delivers:
Profiling: Current and future pests
Prediction: Climate models for future trends
Presence: Customised monitoring and early warning
Protection: Sustainable biological solutions


PEST PROFILES

Read brief profiles of some of the most important pests and pathogens affecting the forests and woodlands of Ireland and Wales.

Details of all the most damaging insects are now available on our insect database

FINAL CONFERENCE AND REPORTS

IMPACT presentation at Royal Welsh Show 2010


Using nature's weapons to battle current and future threats

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