Pinewood nematode

/Pinewood nematode
Pinewood nematode 2018-08-29T12:24:10+00:00

The pinewood nematode (Bursaphelenchus xylophilus) invades the stems and branches of pines causing a sudden wilting and death of pine trees. In Europe, the species is currently established in Portugal only but can potentially spread to other conifer species or to other countries.

Tools and risk management plans

Available soon.

Pine wood nematode (Bursaphelenchus xylophilus) risk workshop:
Towards early warning detection methods

26 January 2018 in Oeiras (Portugal).

This workshop is part of the series of transnational training workshops organised by the PLURIFOR project. Transnational training workshops aim to exchange know-how about forest risk management between partners and associated partners of the project.

Agenda

Minutes

Presentations

Output

Regional reports

Reports describing how the pinewood nematode risk was managed in the concerned regions at the beginning of the project, in 2016:

Summary report

Report summarising the management of the eight risks in the concerned regions at the beginning of the project, in 2016:

Contacts

  • Aquitaine: Hervé Jactel (INRA) – herve.jactel @ inra.fr – coordinator
  • Castilla y León: Jorge Casado (TRAGSA) – jcaa @ tragsa.es
  • Portugal: Edmundo Sousa (INIAV) – edmundo.sousa @ iniav.pt

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