This newsletter aims to provide general and scientific information on the latest news concerning ragweed species.
As well as the Ragweed Observatory missions, it will evolve to the newsletter of the Observatory of hight-stake species for human health. Thus, it will provide general and scientific information on others species, like for exemples the processionnary oak and pine caterpillars.
In this issue : – French international ragweed days 2021 & ragweed observatory’s 10 years old event – Creation of the “Observatory of high-stake species for human health” – Bird seed food in Belgium –International ragweed society conference, Budapest 2022
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The president and members of the IRS committee are pleased to announce that the next IRS CONFERENCE will take place in Budapest in September 8 & 9, 2022.
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Looking forward to meeting you in Hungary, Michel Thibaudon, President of the International Ragweed Society The local organizing committee: László Makra, Donát Magyar and Tamás Szigeti (National Public Health Center, Hungary)
1’46”30 – Gerhard Karrer -Mladen Zadravec-Benno Augustinus -Heinz Müller-Schärer-Yan Sun-Barbara Horvatić – Paula Prpić – Dejan Kulijer – Eastward spread of the ragweed leaf beetle Ophraella communa towards the Pannonian plain and the Balkans