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Veranstaltungen

6th European Conference on Copper in Plant Protection

17.-18. November 2021

Registration and Programm

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5th European Conference on Copper in Plant Protection

25.-26. November 2020

Vorträge der Referentinnen und Referenten

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4th European  Conference on Copper in Plant Protection

14.-15. November 2019

Julius-Kuehn-Institut, Königin-Luise-Str. 19, 14195 Berlin, Germany

Beiträge/Presentations

Plant health care system and healthy ecosystem: How organic fruitgrowers work to improve both together
Jutta Kienzle, FÖKO

Experiences with the data from practice surveys to improve plant healthcare strategies in organic fruit growing
Jutta Kienzle, FÖKO, Germany

Development of phytophthora-resistant potato varieties
Georg Michael Forster, LfL, Germany

Organic fruit breeding
Inde Sattler, Matthias Ristel, apfel:gut e.V.

Results of the German organic movement’s monitoring programme of copper applications & implications on copper minimization strategy:

Wine

Barbara Hoffmann, ecovin
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3th European Conference on Copper in Plant Protection
15. - 16. November 2018
Julius Kühn-Institut, Königin-Luise-Str. 19, 14195 Berlin, Germany

Beiträge/Presentations:

The re-approval of copper as active substance: State of play from an industry perspective
Matthias Weidenauer, EU Copper Task Force, Switzerland

Recent changes concerning national approval of copper-based plant protection products in 2017/2018 in Germany
Balthasar Smith, Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL), Germany

The repeated dose makes the poison - assessing the risk of copper fungicides towards soil organisms
Tobias Frische, Federal Environment Agency (UBA), Germany

Copper risk minimization – lessons from history and future prospects – results and consequences from field studies on viticulture, horticulture and hops
Nadine Herwig et al. (JKI), Germany

Risk assessment of copper fungicides towards aquatic organisms
Alessio Riva, International Centre for Pesticides and Health Risk Prevention (ICPS), Italy

Human health risk assessment of copper compounds across different regulatory fields
Jens Schubert, Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR), Germany

Minimization of copper use in organic farming: a european strategy

Isabella Lang (IFOAM EU Group)

Results of the German organic movement’s monitoring programme of copper applications & implications on copper minimization strategy

Florian Weihrauch (LfL Bayern) - organic hops/Hopfen

Wolfgang Patzwahl (Naturland e.V.) - organic vegetables

Jutta Kienzle (Fördergemeinschaft ökol. Obstbau e.V.) - organic fruits

Barbara Hoffmann (Ecovin e.V.) - organic vineyard

Eckhard Reiners (Bioland e.V.) - organic potatoes

Recent developments concerning copper minimization in Austria

Christian Eitler, Landwirtschaftskammer Niederösterreich, Austria

Recent developments concerning copper minimization in France

Sylvie Dulong/Fiona Marty, National Federation of Organic Farming (FNAB), France

New results of BÖLN-Projects on copper minimization in apple ccab management in Germany

Sascha Buchleither, Kompetenzzentrum Obstbau Bodensee (KOB), Bastian Benduhn,

Öko-Obstbau Norddeutschland (ÖON), Jürgen Zimmer, Dienstleistungszentren Ländlicher Raum Rheinland-Pfalz (DLR), Germany

Treatments with bear-yeast-extract on fallen scabbed leaves for reduction of ascospore

potential - an important tool within a strategy to minimize use of copper in organic apple growing

Barbara Pfeiffer et al., Staatliche Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt für Wein- und Obstbau (LWVO) & JKI, Germany

Use of rain roof systems for disease regulation in organic apple production

Sascha Buchleither, Kompetenzzentrum Obstbau Bodensee (KOB)

Replacement of contentious inputs in organic farming systems (RELACS) - a transdisciplinary Horizon 2020 project

Lucius Tamm, Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL), Switzerland

An innovative approach to reduce copper load in horticulture
Shyam Pariyar, Institute of Crop Science and Resource Conservation (INRES), Bonn University, Germany

Copper – an innovative active substance to regulate pests in horticulture
Volker Diephaus, Certis Europe, Germany

Microencapsulation of an extract from hop for the development of a tailor-made biological plant protecting product
Christoph Rupp, Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU), Germany

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2. European Copper Conference at Julius Kühn-Insitut in Berlin-Dahlem, 16. - 17. November 2017
Programme

Beiträge zum Download / Presentations for download

Status Report: Renewal of Approval forCopper Compounds
Matthias Weidenauer, European Union Copper Task Force

Environmental Risk Assessment (ERA) of Copper Compounds in the EU Active Substance Evaluation: State of Play
Tobias Frische, Wolfram König, Federal Environment Agency (UBA) of Germany

Ergebnisse des Kupfer-Monitoring der Bio-Verbände & Stand der Umsetzung des Strategiepapiers - hier Öko-Gemüsebau
Wolfgang Patzwahl, Anbauverband Naturland

Ergebnisse des Kupfer-Monitoring der Bio-Verbände & Stand der Umsetzung des Strategiepapiers - hier Öko-Weinbau
Barbara Hoffmann
, Anbauverband EcoVin

Ergebnisse des Kupfer-Monitoring der Bio-Verbände & Stand der Umsetzung des Strategiepapiers - hier Öko-Kartoffelanbau
Eckhard Reiners, Anbauverband Bioland

Does the heterogeneous distribution of copper in German vineyard soils reduce potential effects on the functions of soil organisms?
Nadine Herwig, Bernd Hommel, Dieter Felgentreu, Julius Kühn-Institut

Canopy-Adapted Dosing and Spray Application to Improve Environmental Protection in Plant Protection in 3D-Crops
Peter Triloff, Marktgemeinschaft Bodenseeobst eG

Biochar and compost may both immobilize and mobilize copper in vineyard soils
Gerhard Soja et al., AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, University for Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, LFZ Klosterneuburg, AGES Wien

Versuche mit Regenabdeckungen über Dauerkulturen einschließlich Carbon Foot Print
Markus Kelderer, Casera Claudio, Boschiero Martina, Versuchszentrum Laimburg, Italien

Utilization of a bio-fungicide Polyversum (Pithium oligandrum) in the control in vineyards, hop gardens and potato fields to control fungi diseases
Zdenek Chromy
, Biopreparáty (CZ)

Die rückstandsfreie Kupfer-Alternative für die ökologische Landwirtschaft
Marcel Thieron, ARGUS monitoring aquaagrar GmbH

Kupferreduktion durch Einsatz des Hefestammes 2H13 // Copper reduction by using the yeast strain 2H13
Armin Weiß, Malin Hinze, Sonja Weißhaupt, Sarah Hornig-Schwabe, Monika Schwarz, Dr. Stefan Kunz, bio-project Gesellschaft für Phytopathologie mbH

Feldversuch zur Regulierung der Kraut- und Knollenfäule (Phytophthora infestans (Mont.) De Bary) durch Halbierung der Kupferaufwandmenge und durch Mikroorganismen als Zusatzstoff
Stefan Kühne, Sophie Steitmann, Julius Kühn-Institut

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Europäische Tagung zu Kupfer als Pflanzenschutzmittel - European Copper Conference

17.11.2016, 14:00 Uhr bis 18.11. 2016, 16:30

Julius-Kühn-Institut (JKI), Königin-Luise-Straße 19, 14195 Berlin-Dahlem

Programm

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Teilnehmerliste / participant

Beiträge zum Download / presentations for download

Altmayer B., Haas F.: Kupferaufnahme durch Begrünungspflanzen im Weinbau / Copper uptake by greening plants in wine-growing

Bannier, H.-J.: Wie kann eine Sortenzüchtung aussehen die hilft den Kupfereinsatz im Apfelanbau zu minimieren oder vielleicht überflüssig zu machen / How can a apple breeding look like, which hels to minimize the use of copper or perhaps make it superfluose?

Buchleither S., Bendun B., Zimmer J.: Ergebnisse der BÖLN-Projekte zur Kupferminimierung bei der Apfelschorfbekämpfung /  Apple scab regulation by copper minimization

Dulong S.: Overview -  Copper situation in France in 2016

Fader B., Kauer R.: Peronospora Desaster 2016 im deutschen Bioweinbau / Peronospora desaster in German winegrowing 2016.

Frische T., König W.: 5-point programme for sustainable plant protection - the copper case.

Hoffmann B., Reiners E., Kienzle J., Patzwahl W., Weihrauch F.:Ergebnisse des Kupfer-Monitoring der Bioverbände in Deutschland/Copper-monitoring of organic farmer associations in Germany

Herwig N., Felgentreu D., Hommel B.: Gibt die langjährige Anwendung von Kupfer im Rebschutz Anlass zur Sorge für Bodenorganismen? / Is the longstanding application of copper in vineyard protection a couse for concern for soil organisms?

Kowalska J., Dariusz D.: Impact of copper fungicides on plant protection quality the soil in Poland - short communication

Marchard P.: Zulassung von Grundstoffen: 5 Jahre regulatorischer Aufwand um Kupfer-Substitutionsprodukte zu legalisiseren im Rahmen der EG Verordnung 1107/2009 / Registration of basic substances: 5 years of regulatory effort to legalize copper replacement products within the framework of EG regulation 1107/2009.

Michalsiki B.: Nutzung von Lebensmittelmonitoringdaten zur Bewertung des Risikos von Kupfer für die deutsche Bevölkerung / Use of data from foodmonitoring to evaluate the risk of copper for German population.

Prokop A., Kuttig S., Baumjohann P.: The new fatty acid fungicide Neu 1143 F: A contribution to copper reduction in organic farming?

Rosner F.: Usage of copper in Austrian organic wineries

Sattler I.: Organic participative apple breeding: results from on-farm-breeding projects

Smith B.: Zulassung kupferhaltiger Pflanzenschutzmittel im Jahre 2016 in Deutschland /Registration of copper pesticides in Germany 2016

Soja G., Zehetner F., Keiblinger K., Rosner F., Faber F., Dersch G., Fristak V.: Immobilization of copper in vineyard soils - the role of the organic additives biochar and compost.

Weidenauer M.: Status Report, Renewal of Authorization for Copper Compounds

Weihrauch F.: Minimierung des Einsatzes kupferhaltiger Fungizide im ökologischen Hopfenbau: Versuchsergebnisse 2015-2016 / Copper reduction in organic hopgrowing - trial results 2015-2016

Weiß A, Hinze M., Weißhaupt S., Hornig-Schwabe S. Schwarz M., Kunz S.: Kupferreduktion durch Einsatz des Hefestammes 2H13 / Copper reduction by using the yeast strain 2H13

Welte, H.: Möglichkeiten der Kupferreduzierung durch die Kombination von Cuprozin progress und Kumar / Copper reduction by combination of Cuprozin progress and Kumar.