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Modelling pesticides fate, exposure, and effects

Sorption/desorption, aged and bound residues, spray drift, volatilization, leaching, spatial approaches, new developments for link between exposure and effects.

Pesticides behavior at microscopic level

Sorption/desorption, transformation, metabolism, bioavailability, rhizosphere microbial ecology, volatilization, plant uptake.

Pesticide Risk mitigations measures (RMMs): efficacy evaluation and implementation

How RRMs are integrated in the pesticides decision-making process, implementation in EU countries for point & nonpoint contamination, role of precision agriculture in exposure reduction.

One health

Holistic approach for environmental and human pesticides risk assessment.


Low risk pesticides, bio-stimulants & biopesticides, plant elicitors, systemic acquired resistance (SAR) & induced systemic resistance (ISR) laboratory and field results, regulatory aspects.