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Les bioagresseurs invasifs dans les forêts françaises : passé, présent et avenir

Abstract : Invasive pests have had a significant impact on French forests since the end of the 19th century, and this phenomenon has been accelerating in latter years. Most of these now come from Asia. We conducted a review of the 10 most damaging invasive pathogens and pests for forests. The goal of the European regulation on “plant health” implemented in December 2019 is to limit further introductions and organise monitoring and control in the event that an introduction is observed. We describe how the regulation is implemented for French forests. Finally, innovative methods for anticipating this hazard and identifying the pests that constitute the greatest risk for French forests in the short term are presented and discussed.
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Francois-Xavier Saintonge, Claude Husson, Morgane Goudet, Marie-Anne Auger-Rozenberg, Benoit Marçais. Les bioagresseurs invasifs dans les forêts françaises : passé, présent et avenir. Revue Forestière Française, Ecole nationale du génie rural, 2020, 72 (2), pp.119-135. ⟨hal-03035102⟩

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