BIOVEXO valuta l’azione di sei innovativi bioformulati diretti contro il batterio Xylella fastidiosa.
As olive lovers, olive traders and, first of all, olive growers know, since a few years, European olive groves and European olive production are under serious threat. The reason being that olive trees, first in Italian Apulia, then in Balearic Islands, and thereafter in mainland Spain, France and other countries,...
BIOVEXO project explores innovative biocontrol solutions against the Xylella fastidiosa bacterium.
BIOVEXO project explores innovative biopesticides, targeting the Xylella fastidiosa bacterium.
Vienna, 25 giugno 2020 - Il progetto BIOVEXO, avviato recentementegrazie adun finanziamento di 6,6 milioni di euro da parte dell’Unione Europea, ha l’intento divalidare sperimentalmente e attraverso l’applicazione in pienocampo l’attività di prodotti a basso impatto ambientalenei confronti delbatterio Xylella fastidiosail suo vettore, Philaenusspumarius.
The UK's Chief Plant Health Officer released a statement in February 2021, stating that new Xylella measures are to come into force on the 4th of March 2021.
Xylella is on the verge of spreading to areas which are home to monumental olive trees, some of which are more than a 1,000-years old. Click here to learn more.
Take a look at the top seven things that happened with Xylella fastidiosa in the year 2020. Let us know if you have items to add into the list! Click here.
Ever heard of Xylella fastidiosa? It's one of the most threatening pathogens to global plant health. It deserves your undivided attention. Click here to learn.
25th November 2020 - BIOVEXO project, presented by consortium partner ACIES Bio, wins at the 2nd Agribusiness High-tech competition and the Farm2Fork hackathon event.