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Department of Methods of Integrated Pest Management

The Department of Methods of Integrated Pest Management (ODMIOR) is a specialized department of ÚKZÚZ; its main task is methodological guidance and partly also the control of selected activities carried out based on Phytosanitary Act No 326/2004 Coll., i.e. to monitor and inform about the current occurrence of harmful organisms (HO) in the Czech Republic.

Monitoring of HO is performed by the inspectors of the Department of Plant Health Inspection (ORLI). Methodical management and data management is the task of ODMIOR.

The activities of ODMIOR include:

  • methodical management and coordination of monitoring of regular HO and disorders, including establishment of appropriate monitoring methods for individual HO and monitoring tools,
  • expert management of database for the monitoring of HO and disorders, called IS Monitoring,
  • expert management of web-based applications used by the public:
  • Phytosanitary portal​​​
Phytosanitary portal

Phytosanitary portal

  • IPM guidelines
  • Photo gallery
  • Prognoses of occurrence of HO (for chosen pests and diseases from more than 160 localities)
  • Maps of HO occurrence
  • Catches from light traps
  • methodical management and final processing of results of surveys on occurrence of chosen pests on the territory of the Czech Republic carried out by ORLI staff
  • methodological management of procedures for monitoring of the biological efficacy of genetically modified maize as well as control of compliance with coexistence rules and keeping the distance from national borders within the cultivation of genetically modified maize varieties.
  • cooperation with the Unit for semi-field testing based on the efficacy verification of combinations of chemicals and biological plant protection products (so-called compatibility studies) in semi-field conditions.
  • cooperation with growers associations and research institutes
  • elaboration of expert opinions and analyses of phytosanitary care issues for the Ministry of Agriculture, assessments of Certified Methodologies for Agricultural Practice
  • lectures and trainings for state administration staff, farmers and small growers,
  • increasing public awareness of phytosanitary issues in the agricultural press, professional and scientific journals.