Ing. Agr³nomo Lucas Garibaldi, Doctor by the University of Buenos Aires, whose specialty is the agroecology and the study of the interactions between plants and insects in agricultural wooded landscapes and, is the present president of the pollination commission and apicultural flora of Apimondia and, during a day of qualification realised in Between Rivers, analyzed the present state of the bees in the agricultural regions.
Traditionally usually one thinks to the borduras of the lots as sources of insects and weeds, reason why the same practices of handling are applied that in the rest of the lot. In Expo Syngenta Camet, Ing. Santiago Poggio (FAUBA and CONICET) explained: these areas are only a source of weeds or plagues in the measurement that are handled as an agricultural lot. If we pulverized the margins with weed killers and insecticides, which we are going to do is to outside perpetuate the problems of the lot, even with the possibility of generating resistant insects and weeds.
Experts in pollination worldwide, between which is the Dr Leonardo Galetto of Argentina, go to the governments to avoid the disappearance of the pollenizers; the recommendations were published in the prestigious magazine Science http://science.sciencemag.org/content/354/6315/975.full
In this interview, Celina Kaseta Gerente de Productividad Sustentable de Syngenta, counts how the program is related Multifunctional Landscapes to the plan of global viability of Syngenta and in addition it advances the advances in the investigations that are being carried out in Argentina.
Paula Mirabella is responsible for Subjects Regulatorios and Stewardship in the Syngenta. From Stewardship the Project is led Multifunctional Landscapes next to the area of Corporative Affairs. Between his multiple activities it has a direct entailment from the home of the program.