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FF-IPM Project Deliverables:
A comprehensive package for FF prevention and management, composed of integrated novel IPM tools, state-of-the-art decision support systems, and innovative expert services will be generated.
Integrating all the key elements into an automated pan-European alert system (DSS-Alert), will constitute a major innovation, setting new response standards in FF biosecurity and serving as a model for preventing the spread of other harmful pests into Europe. The OFF-season IPM strategy and Virtual-Farm DSS, combined into a single functional system, will introduce a ground-breaking shift in the paradigm of FF management in fragmented European fruit production landscapes. By generating new knowledge and quantified empirical data on wild FF populations, FF-IPM will create a robust, ‘farm relevant’ foundation for innovative IPM strategies, tools and services. Similar dynamic and automatic FF risk projection and alert systems are currently under development in the USA and Australia, but none in Europe. The concept of in-silico design of IPM in fragmented agro-landscapes is novel, and in the FF domain, no examples of a system like the DSS-Virtual-Farm exist to date.
##Deliverable titleWPLead partner
D.1.1Data Management Plan and Support PackWP1UTH
D.1.2Interim Technical Report on the R&D activitiesWP1RMCA
D.1.3Final Report on the R&D activitiesWP1RMCA
D.1.4Report on accomplished innovations, PRA arrangements and protection, and implementationWP1UTH
D.2.1Report on gaps in biological knowledge and priority experimental list (workshop minutes)WP2InSilico-IPM
D.2.2Report of the host status of fruitlets of apple, peach and citrus species for CcWP2UTH
D.2.3Detailed biological data (response to environmental stress of 3 FF) uploaded in a web databaseWP2SU
D.2.4Report on the seasonal patterns of the genetic affinity of Cc populations in all six pilot sitesWP2UTH
D.2.5Report on the overwintering dynamics of Cc in AustriaWP2AGES
D.2.6Report on the effects of benign and stressful conditions on adult dispersal patterns of the 3 FFWP2ARO
D.2.7Report on the relationship between founding populations detection and establishment ratesWP2SU
D.3.1Improved and tested Delta and McPhail e-Traps and image analysis softwareWP3UNIMOL
D.3.2Report on key diagnostic components of FF infested fruit volatilesWP3BPI
D.3.3Mobile application for morphological identification of larvae and adults of target speciesWP3SU
D.3.4DNA sequences uploaded in GENBANK and BOLDWP3RMCA
D.3.5Manual for multi-step work flow and decision protocol available to NPPO’sWP3RMCA
D.3.6Validated e-Nose prototype and application protocol for detection of FF infested fruitWP3PCA
D.4.1Technical documentation for application of nematodes as FF OFF-Season-IPM tool made available for WP6WP4BPI
D.4.2Technical documentation for application of predator based biocontrol as FF OFF-Season-IPM tool available for WP6WP4UJI
D.4.3Technical documentation for application of entomopathogenic fungi FF OFF-Season-IPM tool made available for WP6WP4E-nema
D.4.4Technical documentation for application of lure and kill as FF OFF-Season-IPM tool completed and available for WP6WP4ANECOOP
D.4.5Reports on the compatibility of the different OFFSeason IPM toolsWP4CIRAD
D.5.1Report on the actors’/stakeholders’ needs, priorities and recommendations for development of the improved alert and early warning detection systemsWP5UTH
D.5.2Prototype of the DS-Alert System developedWP5ARO
D.5.3Prototype for optimizing early detection system developedWP5CORVUS
D.5.4DS-Alert System validated and installed on FF platformWP5UTH
D.5.5Early detection system, in field validated and installed on the platformWP5UTH
D.5.6Strategic guidelines for application of DS-Alert and optimed early warning systemWP5BPI
D.6.1Report from the introductory stakeholder meeting(s)WP5UNISPLIT
D.6.2Draft documentation of prototype Virtual-Farm DSS toolWP6UTH
D.6.3Description of Pilot Sites, in-silico generated IPM scenarios, and stakeholder recommendationsWP6inSilico-IPM
D.6.4Report on performance of the project-developed IPM technologyWP6UJI
D.6.5Strategic guidelines for design of locally-optimised OFF- & ON-Season IPM, with illustrative implementation scenarios and projections of their medium- & longer-term socio-economic and environmental impactsWP6ISCTE
D.7.1Initial version of the FF Management Platform functionalWP7UTH
D.7.2FF Management Platform fully functional and available to stakeholdersWP7UTH
D.7.3Generic Exploitation planWP7CIRAD
D.7.4Service prospectus and business plan for Virtual FarmWP7In-Silico IPM
D.7.5Service prospectus and business plan for Pest Risk AlertWP7RMCA
D.7.6Business and marketing plan for novel interception, detection and IPM toolsWP7CIRAD
D.8.1Strategic communication and dissemination planWP8RNDO
D.8.2FF-IPM NewslettersWP8RNDO
D.8.3Database for the dissemination of FF-IPM research accomplishmentsWP8RNDO
D.8.4FF-IPM promotional videoWP8RNDO
D.8.5Layman reportWP8RNDO
D.8.6Development of training modulesWP8RNDO
D.8.7List of dissemination and communication events including the number of participants and documents distributedWP8RNDO
D.8.8Recommendations to policy makers on advantages and feasibility of the new FF management paradigmWP8AGES
D.9.1H - Requirement no.1WP9UTH
D.9.2POPD - Requirement no.2WP9UTH
D.9.3NEC - Requirement no.3WP9UTH
D.9.4EPQ - Requirement no.4WP9UTH