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IRSTEA - Poster prepared for presentation at the EAAE 2014 Congress ‘Agri-Food and Rural Innovations for Healthier Societies’ August 26 to 29, 2014 Ljubljana, Slovenia - Can taxes and targeted subsidies be e#ective in limiting the use of pesticides in vit. BIO Web of Conferences 3, 02007 (2014) Reducing pesticide level in wine by selective filtration. BIO Web of Conferences 3, 02007 (2014) Valérie Lempereur1a, Celine Louaisil2 and François Davaux1 1 Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin (IFV), 210 boulevard Vermorel, CS60320, 69661 Villefranche s/Saône Cedex, France 2 REALDYME, ZA Diepe, 28700 Garancières en Beauce, France 3 Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin (IFV), V'innopole, Brame-Aïgues, BP. 22, 81310 Lisle sur Tarn, France a Corresponding author: valerie.lempereur@vignevin.com Abstract Wine Pesticide residues, even when below grape regulatory limit, are a concern for consumers and have an impact on the export potential of wine in certain markets.

BIO Web of Conferences 3, 02007 (2014) Reducing pesticide level in wine by selective filtration

This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Food Control (2010) 1512-1518 Pesticide residues in grapes and during vinification process. Abstract Pesticide residues in vinification process of two white and two red grapevine varieties were monitored during the 2007 vintage.

Food Control (2010) 1512-1518 Pesticide residues in grapes and during vinification process

Crushed grapes, cake, must, lees and wine were sampled during the vinification process. Additionally, grapes were sampled during the ripening process. All samples were taken in triplicate and analyzed for the presence of 117 pesticides. FOOD CONTROL - 2010 - Pesticide residues and microbiological quality of bottled wines. Abstract In the study we determined the pesticide residues and microbiological quality of bottled wines.

FOOD CONTROL - 2010 - Pesticide residues and microbiological quality of bottled wines

Pesticide residues in wine were analysed using the multiresidual method with GC–MS, the multiresidual method with LC–MS–MS and the method for determination of dithiocarbamate residues with GC–MS. Furthermore, the effect of bentonite and the combined fining agent on the concentration of boscalid in wine was tested. The microbiological analysis was performed using membrane filtration. Nine pesticide residues were determined in the samples. Keywords Wine; Boscalid; Yeasts Copyright © 2009 Elsevier Ltd. GREENPEACE EAST ASIA 01/05/12 The "wine" of China compromised by pesticide use. INTECH - DEC 2010 – Influence of Fungicide Residues in Wine Quality.

Edited by Odile Carisse, ISBN 978-953-307-266-1, 548 pages, Publisher: InTech, Chapters published December 14, 2010 under CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 licenseDOI: 10.5772/555 Plant and plant products are affected by a large number of plant pathogens among which fungal pathogens.

INTECH - DEC 2010 – Influence of Fungicide Residues in Wine Quality

These diseases play a major role in the current deficit of food supply worldwide. Various control strategies were developed to reduce the negative effects of diseases on food, fiber, and forest crops products. For the past fifty years fungicides have played a major role in the increased productivity of several crops in most parts of the world.

Environmental Pollution, n° 158, p. 2446-2453 2010 Effect of grass cover on water and pesticides transport through undisturbed s. CORNELL UNIVERSITY - OCT 2010 - Measuring Field-Applied Sulfur Residues in Juice and Wine. EFSA Journal 2011;9(11):2430 The 2009 European Union Report on Pesticide Residues in Food. EFSA Journal 2011;9(11):2430 [225 pp.]. doi:10.2903/j.efsa.2011.2430 Type: Scientific Report of EFSA On request from: EFSA Question number: EFSA-Q-2010-00160 Approved: 26 October 2011 Published: 08 November 2011 Last updated: 04 April 2012.

EFSA Journal 2011;9(11):2430 The 2009 European Union Report on Pesticide Residues in Food

This version replaces the previous one/s. Affiliation: European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) Parma Italy The report gives an overview of the control activities performed in 2009 by the 27 EU Member States and two EFTA countries (Iceland and Norway) in order to ensure compliance of food with the standards defined in European legislation on pesticide residues. Typically, in each European reporting country two control programmes are in place: a national control/monitoring programme (designed by each country) and a coordinated European programme for which clear guidance is given on which specific control activities should be performed by the Member States. Out of the 138 pesticides tested, measurable residues were found for 111 different substances. MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY 23/09/11 Late-season fungicide sprays in grapes and potential effects on fermentation. Knowing what spray to use, the rate applied and rainfall amount are factors to consider when concerned if applying a late-season fungicide spray in grapes will lead to problems with fermentation.

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY 23/09/11 Late-season fungicide sprays in grapes and potential effects on fermentation

Posted on September 23, 2011 by Annemiek Schilder, Michigan State University Extension, Department of Plant Pathology Most pesticides leave detectable residues on fruit and, for safety reasons, have a restriction on when the last spray can be applied prior to harvest. This is called the pre-harvest interval (PHI). Fungicides differ greatly in their PHI’s, with some allowed on the day of harvest (i.e., Oxidate, Serenade) and some having a 66-day PHI (i.e., Manzate, Ridomil MZ). The PHI is related to the residue tolerance (amount of active ingredient allowed on the harvested portion of a crop), how fast the residue is known to degrade, and how the crop is used, although sometimes it is difficult to understand how the same fungicide can have radically different PHI’s depending on the crop.

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