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Imidacloprid seed-dressings and beneficial invertebrate communities in broad-acre grains production

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Imidacloprid seed-dressings and beneficial invertebrate communities in broad-acre grains production


Our aim was to review existing datasets from published studies to examine whether insecticidal imidacloprid seed dressings affect the natural enemy communities found in broad-acre grain crops in Australia.


Animal Protection (Pests and Pathogens) Community Ecology Crop and Pasture Protection (Pests, Diseases and Weeds)


https://doi.org/10.25919/5b67a194a3e0a


01 Jan 2018


01 Aug 2018


Matt Hill
Matt.Hill@csiro.au

pests beneficials IPM natural enemies insecticides imidacloprid


The two main studies included in the analysis were led by The University of Melbourne (funded by GRDC project UM00033), and the state Department of Agriculture and Food WA (funded by GRDC project UWA00134).


This work formed part of a project funded by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC project CSE00059). The project team contributed to discussions about this work (Madeleine Barton, Jo Holloway, Maarten Van Helden, Michael Nash, Ary Hoffmann, Paul Umina, and Dusty Severtson). The two main studies included in the analysis were led by The University of Melbourne (funded by GRDC project UM00033), and the state Department of Agriculture and Food WA (funded by GRDC project UWA00134).


Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence


CSIRO (Australia), The University of Melbourne (Australia), Cesar (Australia), Grains Research and Development Corporation (Australia)


Hill, Matt; Umina, Paul; Macfadyen, Sarina (2018): Imidacloprid seed-dressings and beneficial invertebrate communities in broad-acre grains production. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.25919/5b67a194a3e0a


All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO, The University of Melbourne, Cesar, Grains Research and Development Corporation 2018.


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About this Project

GRDC: CSE00059 New knoweldge to improve


Our aim was to review existing datasets from published studies to examine whether insecticidal imidacloprid seed dressings affect the natural enemy communities found in broad-acre grain crops in Australia.


Sarina Macfadyen


Review of published data


Our aim was to review existing datasets from published studies to examine whether insecticidal imidacloprid seed dressings affect the natural enemy communities found in broad-acre grain crops in Australia.


Analysis


Matt Hill


Paul Umina


Sarina Macfadyen


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