IASPP project Innovative Approaches to Survey broadleaved tree Pests and Pathogens

Broadleaved trees are defined as trees and shrubs of the botanical group Angiospermae (opposed to conifers trees, belonging to the Gymnospermae). Broadleaved include both deciduous trees (leafless for a certain period during the year in connection with the unfavourable season) such as Quercus robur, and evergreen trees (never entirely without green foliage) such as. Stone fruits, pome fruit and citrus trees are excluded from this category as they are independent categories for the purpose of cropbased surveillance.

Deadline 2025

Programme EFSA

Institute IPSP – Institute for sustainable plant protection 

Contact Alberto Santini alberto.santini@ipsp.cnr.it