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CIBE FACT SHEET - NEONICOTINOIDS IN PELLETED SUGAR BEET SEEDS: WHY SUGAR BEET GROWERS CALL FOR A SPECIFIC CONSIDERATION WITH REGARDS TO NEONICOTINOIDS

 

 

 

 

CIBE FACTSHEET ON NEONICOTINOIDS - DECEMBER 2017

 

The case for neonicotinoids in pelleted sugar beet seeds: why sugar beet growers call for a specific consideration with regards to neonicotinoids. Download

 

 

CIBE NOTE: THE CASE FOR NEONICOTINOIDS IN PELLETED SUGAR BEET SEEDS - JANUARY 2018

 

Within the context of the current debate on neonicotinoids, CIBE wisheds to explain with the present note that the use of neonicotinoid-treated beet seed pellets is a good agricultural practice in sustainable sugar beet growing. Download

 

 

ITB NOTE: VIRUS YELLOWS OF SUGAR BEET - NEW PROPAGATATION OF THE DISEASE IF THE SEED COATING BY NEONICOTINOIDS IS STOPPED WITHOUT AN ALTERNATIVE SOLUTION - SEPTEMBER 2017

 

The yellow virus is an endemic disease of sugar beet. It is currently perfectly contained thanks to seed coating containing insecticides from the neonicotinoid family. Download

 

 

CIBE NOTE: SUGAR BEET VIRUS YELLOWS - YIELD IMPACTS (TRIALS 934BE) - OCTOBER 2017

 

Additional information for note of September 2017. Download

 

 

ITB NOTE: SUGAR BEET VIRUS YELLOWS - YIELD IMPACTS (TRIAL 934DE) - OCTOBER 2017

 

Additional information for note of September 2017. Download

 

 

ITB NOTE: EXPOSURE OF POLLINATING INSECTS TO NEONICOTINOIDS BY GUTTATION ON STRAW CEREALS AFTER A SUGAR BEET TREATED BY SEED COATING - NOVEMBER 2017

 

At the early stage of their growth, sugar beets are protected from pest insects and notably from aphild vectors of virus yellows with neonicotinoid treatments by seed coating. Download

 

 

19 Jan 2018