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Innovative eco friendly traps for the control of
Pine Lepidoptera in urban and recreational places

PROJECT RESULTS

Expected results and degree of achievement after the 14 month period. (September 2015)



Result 1: Updated analysis of the current control system of pine processionary in Spain, Greece and Italy and Pine Tree Lappet in Scotland.

[ACHIEVEMENT: 100%]


Result 2: Pilot plant experience to evaluate and demonstrate the viability of trunk barrier, MD and pheromone traps systems in selected Lepidopteras control.

[ACHIEVEMENT: ATTAINABLE (in progress)]


Result 3: Study the impact over the population (during two years) of pine processionary and pine tree lappet in different selected areas/countries where the new systems will be installed.

[ACHIEVEMENT: ATTAINABLE (in progress)]


Result 4: Define the best technologies available for Lepidoptera insects with irritating hairs in each European area studied.

[ACHIEVEMENT: ATTAINABLE (in progress)]


Result 5: To evaluate and demonstrate economic and environmental feasibility advantages of the system proposed.

[ACHIEVEMENT: ATTAINABLE (in progress)]


Result 6: Reduced environmental impact and to fulfil the Directive 2009/128/CE establishing a framework for Community action to achieve the sustainable use of pesticides.

[ACHIEVEMENT: ATTAINABLE (in progress)]








The development of this web server has been co-funded with the support of the LIFE financial instrument of the European Union [LIFE13 ENV/ES/000504]

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