Projects

Current and recent projects include:

  • The Dengue Vector Aedes Aegypti: Microbiota and the Chemical Ecology of Oviposition Sites (2016-2019)
  • Application of General Repellents Against Agricultural Pests (2016-2017)
  • Early Attractants for the Major New Fruit Dropsophilia Suzukii, a Super Lure (2016-2017)
  • Harnessing Agricultural Ecosystem Biodiversity in small holder farming (2015-2017)
  • OPTIONS, Optimising Pesticidal Plants: Technology Innovation Outreach and Networks (2013-2017)
  • Medicine or poison? Consequences of floral chemistry and bee pathogens for bee performance and pollination (2013-2017)
  • Optimisation of Cocoa pollination for increased cocoa yields and income generation. (2012-2015)
  • New biofumigation-based approaches to sustainable control of soil-borne pathogens (2011-2015) (more...)
  • Toxic nectar and pollen: impacts on flower-visiting mutualists and antagonists and the role of invasion success (2011-2014)
  • Development of improved methods for detection, control and eradication of pine wood nematode in support of EU Plant Health policy (2011-2014) (more...)
  • Sex Pheromone Trap for Blackberry Leaf Midge (2010-2012) (more...)
  • Improved pest and disease management in blackcurrant (2010-2015) (more...)
  • Biocontrol & Selective Physical Controls in Integrated Management of Pear Sucker (2008-2012) (more....)
  • Safe control of mirid pests on cocoa in West Africa (2007-2011) (more....)
  • Pheromone Technology for Management of Capsid Pests to Reduce Pesticide Use in Horticultural Crops (2007-2010) (more...)
  • The Southern Africa Pesticidal Plants Project (SAPP): Caesalpinioid Woodlands of Southern Africa: Optimising the Indigenous Use of Pesticidal Plants (2007-2011)
  • Integrated Pest and Disease Management for high quality protected raspberry production (2006-2011) (more...)
  • Biofumigant crops as replacements for methyl bromide soil sterilisation in sustainable strawberry production (2006-2010) (more...)
  • The chemical diversity of midge pheromones (2006-2009) (more...)
  • Tsetse.org - all you need to know about tsetse but were afraid to ask.