Xylella, from emergency to management
Integrated Management Strategies for Mitigating Xylella fastidiosa impact in Europe
In a nutshellThe bacterium Xylella fastidiosa is one of the most threatening plant pathogens in the world
The BeXyl Project gathers the top worldwide scientists and stakeholders to find new strategies to mitigate the impact of the Xylella fastidiosa outbreaks in the EU
A worldwide project
31 partners from 14 countries and a stakeholder’s board with more than 40 government agencies, NGOs, nurseries, and farmer’s associations
creating a community of scientists, citizens, and end-users, such as farmers to policymakers, to shorten the distance between research and on-field applications
a multidisciplinary approach to fill the knowledge gaps on Xf and develop practical solutions to manage the outbreaks
In 2017, Xylella fastidiosa was detected for the first time in mainland Spain...
The BeXyl coordinating organisation IAS-CSIC is recruiting experts in data...
Building on the success of the experiments on canines’ detecting pathogens...
The Regional Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and the Natural Environment of...
The BeXyl Project, EFSA (European Food Safety Authority) and Auburn University...
In 2013, scientists detected for the first time in the EU the quarantine plant...
In line with the EU Plant Health Law approach, the BeXyl Project aims to strengthen the two pillars of plant protection: prevention and control
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