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Theme: Arable crop commodity storage

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AR0601: Electronic nose detection of invertebrate and mycological contaminants in grain (2722)
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2000 To 2001, Cost £64,286
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Silsoe Research Institute (BBSRC)
Field of Study:   Arable Crops
 
 
AR0603: Interaction of biology and behaviour of storage insects with environmental conditions in bulk grain
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2002 To 2006, Cost £655,327
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Central Science Laboratory
Field of Study:   Arable Crops
Keywords:  
Grain Pests, Pest and Weed Control, Pest Control, Plants and Animals, Sustainable Farming and Food, Sustainable Production
 
 
AR0604: Safe storage of grain by preventing and controlling the development of mite pests
Description - Objective - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2002 To 2006, Cost £614,325
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Central Science Laboratory
Field of Study:   Arable Crops
Keywords:  
Grain Pests, Pest and Weed Control, Pest Control, Plants and Animals, Sustainable Farming and Food, Sustainable Production
 
 
CE0309: Biological studies to optimise non-chemical control of insect pests in stored grain
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1998 To 2002, Cost £305,267
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Central Science Laboratory
Field of Study:   Arable Crops
Keywords:  
Grain Pests, Pest and Weed Control, Pest Control, Plants and Animals
 
 
CE0310: Manipulation of the behaviour of insects in stored grain to improve trapping and control
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1998 To 2002, Cost £532,390
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Central Science Laboratory
Field of Study:   Arable Crops
Keywords:  
Grain Pests, Pest and Weed Control, Pest Control, Plants and Animals
 
 
CE0311: Biology and physiology of mite pests of stored grain to improve trapping and control
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1998 To 2002, Cost £549,960
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Central Science Laboratory
Field of Study:   Arable Crops
Keywords:  
Grain Pests, Pest and Weed Control, Pest Control, Plants and Animals
 
 
CE0312: Genetic variability in grain storage insects and mites and adaptation of strains to storage and pesticide practices
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1998 To 2002, Cost £466,800
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Central Science Laboratory
Field of Study:   Arable Crops
Keywords:  
Grain Pests, Pest and Weed Control, Pest Control, Plants and Animals, Biotechnology
 
 
CE0314: Combining store hygiene and grain management practice with physical control of moulds and pests to maintain quality
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 1998 To 2002, Cost £379,523
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Central Science Laboratory
Field of Study:   Arable Crops
Keywords:  
Grain Pests, Pest and Weed Control, Pest Control, Plants and Animals
 
 
CE0315: Detection of contaminants in bulk and in-transit grain by sensors and physical methods
Time Scale & Cost
From 1998 To 2000, Cost £254,952
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Silsoe Research Institute (BBSRC)
Field of Study:   Arable Crops
 
 
LK0914: Use of mycopesticides as a means of reducing OP pesticide and methyl bromide usage in the control of stored food pests
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2000 To 2004, Cost £378,356
Contractors / Funded Organisations:   Central Science Laboratory
Field of Study:   Arable Crops
Keywords:  
Grain Pests, LINK Programme, Pest and Weed Control, Pest Control, Plants and Animals, Sustainable Farming and Food
 
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