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Vive la France !!!!

vendredi 19 décembre 2014 - Rédaction SNP

No comment ? Il est trivial de dire : "on a rien sans rien" mais beaucoup plus vrai encore "on a rien quand on ne demande rien " !! 

The European Union earmarked today €7,5 million to co-finance programmes aiming to survey pests of plants throughout 2015. The funds will be The European Union earmarked today €7,5 million to co-finance programmes aiming to survey pests of plants throughout 2015. The funds will be distributed to Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain and Sweden - the Member States that requested such Union support. This initiative will help monitor the absence or presence of regulated quarantine pests in the Union, focusing on pests of citrus and of deciduous trees, on the important potato pests like the ring rot or brown rot bacteria. Other pests targeted by these surveys are the ones subject to temporary measures of the Union (e.g. pinewood nematode on coniferous trees, citrus long horn beetle on deciduous trees, red palm weevil on palm trees). The surveys will provide knowledge about the concrete emerging risks as regards new pests threatening EU plant health and data on the risks linked to specific types of imports. They will also monitor the follow-up regarding interceptions of pests after import. Earlier this year (13 November), €5,7 million had been attributed to emergency measures against pests of plants. Those funds targeted important pests like the three isolated outbreaks of pinewood nematode in Spain or cases of Anoplophora glabripennis (the Asian long horn beetle) in Austria, France, Germany, Italy and The Netherlands. Union support was also attributed to control the recent outbreak of Xylella fastidiosa (olive leaf scorch) on olive plants and other plants in Italy. For further details you can visit : http://ec.europa.eu/food/plant/plant_health_biosafety/index_en.htm (for more information : Enrico Brivio – Tel : +32 229 56172 ; Aikaterini Apostola – Tel : +32 229 87624) to Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain and Sweden - the Member States that requested such Union support. This initiative will help monitor the absence or presence of regulated quarantine pests in the Union, focusing on pests of citrus and of deciduous trees, on the important potato pests like the ring rot or brown rot bacteria. Other pests targeted by these surveys are the ones subject to temporary measures of the Union (e.g. pinewood nematode on coniferous trees, citrus long horn beetle on deciduous trees, red palm weevil on palm trees). The surveys will provide knowledge about the concrete emerging risks as regards new pests threatening EU plant health and data on the risks linked to specific types of imports. They will also monitor the follow-up regarding interceptions of pests after import. Earlier this year (13 November), €5,7 million had been attributed to emergency measures against pests of plants. Those funds targeted important pests like the three isolated outbreaks of pinewood nematode in Spain or cases of Anoplophora glabripennis (the Asian long horn beetle) in Austria, France, Germany, Italy and The Netherlands. Union support was also attributed to control the recent outbreak of Xylella fastidiosa (olive leaf scorch) on olive plants and other plants in Italy. For further details you can visit : http://ec.europa.eu/food/plant/plant_health_biosafety/index_en.htm (for more information : Enrico Brivio – Tel : +32 229 56172 ; Aikaterini Apostola – Tel : +32 229 87624)

et. http://www.ifa.ie/european-commission-daily-news-19-december/#.VJS05ZAN8

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