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Programme

  • MONDAY 3

     11:00 - 18:30  REGISTRATION
    15.30
    OPENING CEREMONY
    Dr. Jordi Riudavets (IRTA) (Convenor WG Integrated Protection Stored Products IOBC/WPRS)
    Dr. Nuria Agustí (IRTA) (Local Organizer)
    Dr. Marc Bardin (INRAE) (Liaison officer IOBC/WPRS)
    Dr. Pere Puigdomènech (President of the Biological Sciences Section of the Institut d’Estudis Catalans (IEC))
    Dr. Elisenda Guillaumes (General Director of Agriculture and Livestock of the Generalitat de Catalunya)
    16.30
    SESSION 1: PEST PREVENTION DURING STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION 
    Moderators: Pasquale Trematerra and Benjamin Fürstenau.
    • 16:30-16:45 Agustí N., del Arco L., Castañé C., Riudavets J. Molecular methods for the detection and identification of pest insects in stored grain.
    • 16:45-17:00 Feston J., Kiever S., Kelley P., Estabrook E. Advances in remote monitoring for stored product pests.
    • 17:00-17:15 Müller-Blenkle C., Simon U., Szallies I., Prozell S., Schöller M., Adler C.S. Large-scale acoustic detection of beetles in grain storage using the “Beetle Sound Tube”- System.
    • 17:15-17:30 Navarro S., Navarro H., Inbari N. Parameters for appraising the storage quality of paddy rice. 
    • 17:30-17:45 Fürstenau B. Pilot project for monitoring stored-product pest insects inside and outside grain storages in Germany. 
    • 17:45-18:00 Trematerra P. Navel orangeworm Amyelois transitella (Walker) (Lepidoptera, Pyralidae) found in Europe, a potential Union quarantine pest. 
    • 18:00-18:15 Duarte S., Barros G., Carvalho L., Mourato M., Carvalho M.O. Detection of khapra beetle (Trogoderma granarium Everts) and other insects associated with stored grains in Portugal - preliminary studies. 
    • 18:15-18:30 Cabacos M., Crépon K. Connected monitoring of beetles during grain storage to prevent proliferation. 
    18.30 WELCOME DRINK
  • TUESDAY 4

    8.30
     SESSION 2: BIOLOGY OF STORED PRODUCT PESTS AND DISEASES, INSECTS as FOOD I
    Moderators: Sonja Gvozdenac and Christos Athanassiou.
    • 08:30-08:45 Morrison W.R., Ponce M.A., Sierra P., Lizarraga S., Van Winkle T., James A., Scully E.D., Kim T.N. Linking the behavioural response by stored product insects to emissions of microbial volatiles from grain. 
    • 08:45-09:00 Duarte S., Hilário C., Tomás J., Alvito P., Boavida R., Magro A., Carvalho M.O. Interaction between T. castaneum and mycotoxin-producing fungi present in milled grains. 09:00-09:15 Quellhorst H., Kim T., Zhu K.Y., Morrison W.R. III. Short-term spatial niche partitioning in single-layer grain columns between the larger grain borer and maize weevil with implications for management of stored maize. 
    • 09:15-09:30 Baliota G.V., Papadimitriou E., Scully E.D., Athanassiou C.G. Population growth of Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) (Coleoptera: Bostrychidae) in a wide range of temperatures: Does the geographic origin of a strain affect its development and progeny production capacity? 
    • 09:30-09:45 Mpofu P., Machekano H., Nyamukondiwa C. Parental acclimation reduces offspring thermal fitness in a postharvest insect species Sitotroga cerealella (Olivier). 
    • 09:45-10:00 Boukouvala M.C., Romano D., Kavallieratos N.G., Stefanini C., Canale A., Benelli G. Influence of lateralization on male mating success of Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) and Tenebrio molitor L. (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae). 
    • 10:00-10:15 Gvozdenac S., Ilić A., Vasić M., Nagl N., Prvulović D., Petrović G., Tanasković S., Vukajlović F. Are trypsin inhibitors responsible for the suitability of different legumes for Acanthocelides obtectus development? 
    • 10:15-10:30 Adamaki-Sotiraki C., Rumbos C.I., Deruytter D., Athanassiou C.G. Strain effect on the development and mating compatibility of Tenebrio molitor L. (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae). 
    10.30 COFFEE BREAK and POSTER SESSION I
    11.30
    SESSION 2: BIOLOGY OF STORED PRODUCT PESTS AND DISEASES, INSECTS as FOOD II
    Moderators: Sonja Gvozdenac and Christos Athanassiou.
    • 11:30-11:45 Scully E.D., Nguyen V., Bingham G., Smith C.M., Zhu K.Y. Genomics tools to assess the usage of alternate habitats and landscapes by Rhyzopertha dominica (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae).
    • 11:45-12:00 Savoldelli S., de Milato S., Lupi D., Jucker C. Development of Plodia interpunctella and Corcyra cephalonica on cricket flour. 
    • 12:00-12:15 Duarte S., Geirinhas H., Limao J., Pires L, Barros G., Louro L., de Sousa I., Mourato M., Carvalho M.O. Red flour beetle and the paradigm of edible pests. 
    • 12:15-12:30 Rumbos C.I., Baliota G.V., Adamaki-Sotiraki C., Kotsou K., Rigopoulou M., Athanassiou C.G. Optimising mealworm rearing for stored product and edible insects’ applications: the effect of wet feed.
    • 12:30-12:45 Riudavets J., Castañé C., del Arco L., Agustí N., Boukid F., Castellari M., Martí M., Martinez E., Ariño J The Mediterranean flour moth, the black soldier fly, and the yellow mealworm for the bioconversion of different by-products of the agro-food industry.
    12.45
    SESSION 3: BIOLOGICAL CONTROL, MATING DISRUPTION and NATURAL PRODUCTS I
    Moderators: Nickolas Kavallieratos and Stanislav Trdan
    • 12:45-13:00 Castañé C., Campos J.M., Martinez M.T., del Arco L., Agustí N., Riudavets J. Control of the maize weevil, Sitophilus zeamais, with the larval parasitoid Anisopteromalus calandrae in big bags of paddy rice. 
    • 13:00-13:15 Del Arco L., Riudavets J., Castañé C. Cephalonomia tarsalis, a promising parasitoid for the control of the sawtoothed grain beetle. 
    13.15 LUNCH
    15.00
    SESSION 3: BIOLOGICAL CONTROL, MATING DISRUPTION and NATURAL PRODUCTS II
    Moderators: Nickolas Kavallieratos and Stanislav Trdan
    • 15:00-15:15 Iturralde-García R., Velázquez-Rodríguez P., González-Vega R., Otero-León C., Moreno-Vásquez M., Del-Toro-Sánchez L., Bernal-Mercado A. Detection of the chemical defenses of Callosobruchus maculatus when Anisopteromalus calandrae is used as a biological control agent in stored chickpeas. 
    • 15:15-15:30 Hasan M.M., Yeasmin L. Application of nuclear techniques for the improvement of mass rearing of parasitoids for implementing biological control of pests.
    • 15:30-15:45 Campbell J.F., Gerken A.R., Dryer D. Influence of mating disruption treatments on male and female Plodia interpunctella behaviour. 
    • 15:45-16:00 Agrafioti P., Ioannidis P.M., Lampiri E., Kaloudis S., Chalkidis V., Athanassiou C.G. Mating disruption of Ephestia sp. and Plodia interpunctella in a feed mill. 
    • 16:00-16:15 Gerken A.R., Abts S.R., Dryer D., Campbell J.F. Female Indianmeal moths, Plodia interpunctella, respond to synthetic pheromone by altering their behavior. 
    • 16:15-16:30 Ahmad S. Potential use of different strains of entomopathogenic fungi to control store grain insect pests red flour beetle (Tribolium castaneum) Tenebrionidae: Coleoptera.
    • 16:30-16:45 Guarino S., Suma P., Peri E. New attractants for trapping the cigarette beetle: from laboratory to field application.
    16.45 End of sessions
  • WEDNESDAY 5

    8.30
    SESSION 3: BIOLOGICAL CONTROL, MATING DISRUPTION and NATURAL PRODUCTS III
    Moderators: Nickolas Kavallieratos and Stanislav Trdan
    • 08:30-08:45 Soltani A., Djebbi T., Mathlouthi I., Haddad A., Sadraoui-Ajmi I, Yangui I., Mediouni-Ben Jemâa J. Insecticidal potential of Rosmarinus officinalis essential oil against Cryptolestes ferrugineus and its impact on sensory parameters of semolina. 
    • 08:45-09:00 Fürstenau B., von Moltke P. Biological and insecticidal activity of different fennel chemotypes against stored-product insects. 
    • 09:00-09:15 Kavallieratos N.G., Nika E.P., Skourti A., Perinelli D.R., Spinozzi E., Bonacucina G., Cappellacci L., Morshedloo M.R., Canale A., Benelli G., Maggi F. Mixing essential oil-based nanoemulsions: A step towards the generation of effective green grain protectants. 
    • 09:15-09:30 Kleisiari C., Kleftodimos G., Baliota G.V., Athanassiou C.G., Vlontzos G., Kateris D. Public acceptance regarding the use of diatomaceous earth for the protection of stored agricultural products. 
    • 09:30-09:45 Lampiri E., Moisidis I.C., Sakka M.K., Karanguran R., Losic D., Athanassiou C.G. Evaluation of graphene for the control of stored product insects. 
    9.45
    SESSION 4: CHEMICAL PEST CONTROL I  
    • 09:45-10:15 Stejskal V., Vendl T., Aulicky R. Overview of insecticide formulations used against storage pests. 
    • 10:15-10:30 Götze M.C., Sakka M., Agrafioti P., Athanassiou C.G. Resistance here, resistance there, resistance everywhere! - a dispute about phosphine and its use in the light of best management practice. 
    10.30 COFFEE BREAK and POSTER SESSION II
    11.30
    SESSION 4: CHEMICAL PEST CONTROL II 
    Moderators: Hagit Navarro and Vaclav Stejskal.
    • 11:30-11:45 Sotiroudas V., Agrafioti P., Kaloudis E., Bantas S., Athanassiou C.G. Real time monitoring of phosphine and insect mortality in different storage facilities  
    • 11:45-12:00 Glennon D. Minimizing resistance in stored grains with web-based real-time phosphine concentration monitoring. 
    • 12:00-12:15 Agrafioti P., Sotiroudas V., Bantas S., Athanassiou C.G. Concentration-time relationships in phosphine fumigation on different species and strains - the UTH protocol. 
    • 12:15-12:30 Brabec D., Norton A., Tilley M., Scheff D. HPLC methods for quantifying depositions from aerosol pesticide applications. 
    • 12:30-12:45 Gourgouta M., Athanassiou C.G. Immediate and delayed efficacy of phosphine on different life stages of Alphitobius diaperinus Panzer and Tenebrio molitor L. (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae). 
    • 12:45-13:00 Kósa-Tass A., Bajomi D., Szilagyi J., Verwilghen F. Sustainable storage of grains by implementing a novel protectant and versatile application technology. 
    13.00 End of sessions
    15.00-17.00 CONFERENCE EXCURSION (Maritime Museum of Barcelona)
    20.00 CONFERENCE DINNER (Citrus. Passeig de Gracia, 44)
  • THURSDAY 6

    8.30
    SESSION 4: CHEMICAL PEST CONTROL II 
    Moderators: Hagit Navarro and Vaclav Stejskal.
    • 08:30-08:45 Nead-Nylander B., Thoms E., Hall W., Schmidt V. Evaluation of the use of ProFume® fumigant (sulfuryl fluoride) on dried/cured tobacco leaf in storage facilities. 
    • 08:45-09:00 Nead-Nylander B., Walse S., Corbett S., Rowley J., Buckley S. Development of a scrubber for removal of sulfuryl fluoride following fumigation.
    •  09:00-09:15 Scheff D.S., Campbell J.F. Evaluating Spinosad for use as a contact insecticide in grain bins and warehouses – A 12-month study.
    •  09:15-09:30 Navarro H., Navarro S., Inbari N. Fumigation of edible cut flowers with ethyl formate mixed with CO2.
    9.30
    SESSION 5: MODIFIED ATMOSPHERES and PHYSICAL PEST CONTROL I 
    Moderators: Maria Otilia Carvalho and Cornel Adler.
    • 09:30-09:45 Adler C. Efficacy of moderate heat against all stages of the tobacco beetle Lasioderma serricorne at controlled humidity.
    • 09:45-10:00 Machekano H., Mpofu P., Nyamukondiwa C. Cold tolerance of stored product beetles; implications on low temperature-based commodity disinfestation. 
    • 10:00-10:15 Labrot-Rhodes L., Campo E., Poujaud P. Instrumentation for monitoring shocks suffered by a big-bag filled with seeds. 
    • 10:15-10:30 Ocreto M.B., Fuertes L.A.P. Monitoring rice storability using carbon dioxide and relative humidity sensors in gastight storage 
    • 10:30-10:45 Roth T. Why conventional disinfestation processes are problematic! 
    10.45 COFFEE BREAK  
    11.15
    SESSION 5: MODIFIED ATMOSPHERES and PHYSICAL PEST CONTROL  II
    Moderators: Maria Otilia Carvalho and Cornel Adler.
    • 11:15-11:30 Sakka M.K., Athanassiou C.G. Insecticidal effect of nitrogen on stored-product beetle populations with different susceptibility levels to phosphine in commercial chambers and silos. 
    • 11:30-11:45 Spina G. Evaluation of the Ekomille® CO2 device as an animal welfare suppression system for rodent pests management. 
    • 11:45-12:00 Walse S.S, Abrams A.E. Controlled atmosphere as quarantine treatments for California nuts. 
    • 12:00-12:15 Pons M.J., Sempere R., Mallén J., Guri S. Controlled atmosphere with CO2 as an alternative to phosphine treatment for pest control in dried figs.
    •  12:15-12:30 Guerra P., Moschini L., Conti G. Practical test on the entomological efficacy of treatment in a protective modified atmosphere (MAP) using carbon dioxide (CO2) in big bags. 
    12.30 CONFERENCE CLOSING REMARKS
    12.45 END OF THE CONFERENCE
  • POSTER SESSIONS

    POSTER SESSION I (TUESDAY 4 OCTOBER 2022, 10:30 – 11:30h)

     
    SECTION 1. PEST PREVENTION DURING STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION
    • 1. Agrafioti P., Lampiri E., Kaloudis S., Ioannidis P.M., Chalkidis V., Grigoriadou K., Athanassiou C.G. Seasonal visualization of insect behavior in a feed mill.
    • 2. Agustí N., del Arco L., Castañé C., Riudavets J. Development of a PCR-based method to discriminate between dead and living insect pest present in stored rice.
    • 3. Kaur, R. Stored grain pests in India and their control.
     
     
    SECTION 2. BIOLOGY OF STORED PRODUCT PESTS AND DISEASES, INSECTS AS FOOD
    • 4. Djebbi T., Soltani A., Chargui H., Mediouni-Ben Jemâa J. Feeding preferences of Rhyzopertha dominica (Fabricius, 1792) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) in four Tunisian Triticum durum varieties.
    • 5. Gabryś B., Jankowski K., Kordan B. Effect of physical characteristics of winter wheat Triticum aestivum L. grains on the development of grain weevil Sitophilus granarius L.
    • 6. Kordan B., Jankowski K., Gabryś B. Development of the confused flour beetle Tribolium confusum Duv. on different products of millet Panicum sp.
    • 7. Ponce M.A., Kim T.N., Scully E.D., Morrison III W.R. Foraging preference of cigarette beetle and rice weevil when dispersing to novel food patches with and without microbes.
    • 8. Vukajlović F., Predojević D., Gvozdenac S., Tanasković S., Perišić V., Bogdanović A.M., Pešić S. Susceptibility of different dried fruits to infestation by Plodia interpunctella (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in laboratory conditions. 
     
    SECTION 3. BIOLOGICAL CONTROL, MATING DISRUPTION & NATURAL PRODUCTS
    • 9. Bohinc T., Jelnikar J., Batistič L., Trdan S. Efficacy of inert dusts and plant powders against Sitophilus oryzae adults under laboratory conditions.
    • 10. Chrapačienė S., Dėnė L., Rasiukevičiūtė N., Valiuškaitė A. Improving the storage life of carrots by using natural product.
    • 11. Vendl T, Aulicky R., Stejskal V. Using of botanical repellent extracts for protection of food packaging.

    POSTER SESSION I (WEDNESDAY 5 OCTOBER 2022, 10:45 – 11:30h)

     
    SECTION 4. CHEMICAL PEST CONTROL.
    • 12. Agrafioti P., Gourgouta M., Kateris D., Bochtis D., Athanassiou C.G. Insecticidal efficacy of contact insecticides, applied in surfaces against two major stored-product insects
    • 13. Aulicky R., Frydova B., Vendl T., Stejskal V. Evaluation of the occurrence of resistance in important species of storage pests to insecticides.
    • 14. Glennon D. Web based fenceline phosphine monitoring validates bystander safety in commercial operations with buffer zone integrity confirmed
    • 15. Hnatek J., Travnickova E., Lebedova J., Aulicky R., Stejskal V. Hydrogen cyanide-based fumigant (BLUEFUME®): Overview of formulations, registrations, and efficacy.
    • 16. Kaloudis E., Brabec D., Agrafioti P., Athanassiou C.G., Campbell J., Scheff D.S., Bantas S., Sotiroudas V. Fumigation modelling of hopper-bottom railcars.
    • 17. Mavridis K., Sakka M.K., Riga M., Papapostolou K.M., Vontas J., Athanassiou C.G. Development and application of molecular diagnostics for monitoring phosphine resistance in major stored product pests.
    • 18. Mostoviak S., Mostoviak I. Entomocomplex during storage, species composition of pests, methods of regulating their numbers. 19. Quinn E., Rubin A., Rapaport A., Trostanetsky A., Menahem A., Gottlieb D. New evidence of phosphine resistance in stored product insects in Israel.
    • 19Quinn E., Rubin A., Rapaport A., Trostanetsky A., Menahem A., Gottlieb D. New evidence of phosphine resistance in stored product insects in Israel.
     
     
    SECTION 5. PHYSICAL CONTROL, MODIFIED ATMOSPHERES
    • 20. Guerra P., Montanari C., Moschini L., Conti G. The "circular" and eco-sustainable disinfestation to counter Arthropods in food industry and poultry farms through high temperatures obtained from electric air heaters connected to generators powered by biomethane.
    • 21. Gvozdenac S., Krstić M., Ilić A, Ovuka J., Zeremski T., Radović B., Prvulović D. Biorational CO2 fumigation of sunflower and common bean: insecticidal potential and effect on seed vitality and quality.
    • 22. Iturralde-García R., Campaña-Chavarría C., Méndez-Mayboca F., Otero-León C., Arteaga G., Borboa-Flores J., Wong-Corral F. Effectiveness of high CO2 or N2 modified atmospheres packaging on the control of Zabrotes subfasciatus in stored beans.
    • 23. Wong-Corral F.J., Bourne-Murrieta L.R.,. Iturralde-García R.D., Castañé C., Riudavets J. Effect of CO2 on the mortality and fecundity of Callosobruchus chinensis (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae).

Important Dates

  • Deadline for submitting Full publications/Extended abstracts
    June 15th 2022
  • Deadline for early registration
    July 7th 2022

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