13th IRC, Prague, Czech Republic, June 05-08, 2011 Volume 2

Table of contents

Oilbased Biofuels

500 HOURS ENDURANCE TEST ON BIODIESEL RUNNING A EURO IV ENGINE
Jürgen Krahl, Axel Munack, Yvonne Ruschel, Olaf Schröder, C. Pabst, Germany 1046

Additives for Rapeseed Oil Fuel 
J. Kastl, E. Remmele, Germany

AN OVERVIEW OF RAPESEED OIL AS A BIODIESEL FUEL
Yeşim Yeşiloğlu, Turkey

Assessing land use impacts of rapeseed production in drylands: a case-study of experimental plots in Mendoza, Argentina
Civit, B, Silva Colomer, Argentina & Italy

Current Situation in Production and Marketing of Biodiesel in the Czech Republic
Petr Jevič  Prague, Czech Republic

Development of Brassica juncea as a biodiesel feedstock in low rainfall areas of Australia
Trent Potter, Australia

Exhaust Gas Emission Behaviour of Rapeseed Oil Fuelled Tractors
K. Thuneke, T. Gassner, P. Emberger, Germany

METHODS TO MODIFY FAME FUELS – SURVEY ON RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
Axel Munack, Jürgen Krahl, Michael Meier, Germany

NOX REDUCTION FROM DIESEL FUEL AND BIODIESEL BY SELECTIVE NON-CATALYTIC REDUCTION
J. Krahl, S.Tanugula, H. Hopf, O. Schröder, A. Munack, C. Pabst, Germany 

Rapeseed Oil Fuelled Combined Heat and Power Plants - Technology, Economy and Sustainability under German Conditions
K. Thuneke1, P. Emberger, Germany

Standard DIN 51605 for Rapeseed Oil Fuel 
T. Gassner, K. Thuneke, S. Haselbeck, E. Remmele, Germany

Aftertreatment of rapeseed oil fuel to reduce element contents
T. Gassner, K. Thuneke, J. Witzelsperger, E. Remmele, Germany

ULTRAFINE PARTICLE EMISSIONS FROM BIODIESEL EXHAUST GAS
J. Krahl, Y. Ruschel, A. Munack, O. Schröder, L. Schmidt, J. Bünger, Germany

Oilmill and Refining Process

Effects of seeds drying prior the rapeseed crushing process. Potential benefits for energy consumption, meal quality and solvent emission
Alain QUINSAC (1), Patrick CARRE (2), Jean-Philippe LOISON, France 1092

Rapeseed Morphology Parameters Influencing Oil Pressing
Heike Mühmel 1, Frank Pudel 1, Ludger Alpmann 2, Claudia Müller 3, Helmut Aniol 4, Tobias Korrmann5, Germany

Single-screw extrusion as an energy saving preparation step for crushing rapeseed seeds
Patrick CARRE, Alain QUINSAC, France

Sterol Glucoside Content in Vegetable Oils as a Risk for the Production of Biodiesel – Study of the Technological Chain Impact

Dr. Jens Haupt , Dr. Karen Witt , Gerhard Brankatschk, Dr. Thomas Wilharm, Germany

Crop Protection

A strategy of controlling pollen beetle (Meligethes aeneus F.) and cabbage seed weevil (Ceutorhynchus assimilisPayk) in Poland considering differences in resistance level of both species to insecticidesWęgorek P., Mrówczyński M., Zamojska J., Poland, 1110

An evaluation on the effects of sowing date, variety and number of spraying on rapeseed pollen beetle control in Iran.
A. Zaman Mirabadi 1,R mehdi alamdarlou1,A. esmaeilifar 2, S.I janani 1 , A. Hasanzadeh 1 . 1f, Iran. , 1113

Assessing and utilizing variation available in wild crucifers for alternaria blight resistance to enhance Brassica germplasm 
Chhaya Atri, Sarbjeet Kaur, Balveer Kaur and S. S. Banga, India, 1117

Assessment of quantitative resistance level impact on durability of associated qualitative resistance using model simulations. Example of phoma stem canker 
Laure Hossard, Elise Lô-Pelzer, Lydia Bousset, Régine Delourme, Véronique Souchère, Marie-Hélène Jeuffroy, France, 1121

Clubroot development in resistant and susceptible canola cultivars affects soil populations of Plasmodiophora brassicae

S.F. Hwang, H.U. Ahmed, S.E. Strelkov, B.D. Gossen, G. Peng, and G.D. Turnbull Canada, 1122

Clubroot in the Canadian canola (Brassica napus) crop: challenges and successes in dealing with an emerging dinase
S.E. Strelkov, S.F. Hwang, R.J. Howard, and G. Peng, Canada, 1126

Complex of major fungal diseases in winter and spring oilseed rape in Lithuania
Petraitiene E., Brazauskiene I., Lithuania, 1128

CONTRIBUTION TO THE EARLY DETECTION OF LIGHT LEAF SPOT AND CONTROL METHODS IN WINTER OILSEED RAPE IN GERMANY
S. Rose, V.H. Paul, Germany, 1133

Control of clubroot on canola using the biofungicide Serenade plus cultivar resistance
Peng G, Lahlali R, Hwang SFa, Hynes RK, McDonald MRb, Pageau Dc, Gossen BD, Strelkov SEd, and McGregor L., Canada, 1134

Cool temperatures favour hybrid canola competition with weeds
K. Neil Harker1, John O'Donovan1, Robert Blackshaw2, Eric Johnson3, Frederick Holm4, and George Clayton, Canada, 1138

COTESIA GLOMERATUS - A POTENTIAL BIOCONTROL AGENT FOR LARGE WHITE BUTTERFLY, PIERIS BRASSICAE IN INDIAN PUNJAB
 Sarwan Kumar, India, 1141

Could it be possible to disturb the insects’ behaviour and to reduce damages of pollen beetle and stem weevil ?
Valantin-Morison Muriel, Rusch Adrien, Butier Arnaud, France, 1144

Cruciferous stem and seed weevils as the main pests of winter oilseed rape 
Ingrida , Inara Turka, Jelena Korolova, Latvia, 1148

Current status of resistance level in pollen beetle (Meligethes aeneus F.) and cabbage seed weevil (Ceutorhynchus assimilis Payk) to selected active substances of insecticides in Poland 
Zamojska J., Mrówczyński M., Węgorek P., Poland, 1152

Differential responses by some insect pests to novel insect-resistant Brassica napus L.
J.A. Tansey and L.M. Dosdall, 1155

Dupont working for improved disease control strategies in oilseed rape
Robert Matysiak1, Grazyna Jaworska2, Axel Dinter, Poland, 1158

Effect of plant architecture on infestation of Brassica genotypes by cabbage
stem weevil, Ceutorhynchus pallidactylus (Mrsh.)

Michael Eickermann, Bernd Ulber, Germany, 1162

Effect of soil application of micronutrients on white rust and Alternaria blight in Indian mustard
A. S. Rathi,Dhiraj Singhand R.P.Narwal, India, 1166

Effects of different fungicides against Stem Canker (Phoma lingam) in winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.)
I. Henneken and V.H. Paul, Germany, 1170

EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT FUNGICIDES AND FUNGICIDAL SUBSTANCES AGAINST DARK LEAF AND POD SPOT (ALTERNARIA BRASSICICOLA AND A. BRASSICAE) IN OILSEED RAPE
I. Henneken, V.H. Paul, Germany, 1174

Effects of fungicide on growth of Leptosphaeria maculans and L. biglobosa (phoma stem canker) in oilseed rape
Yong-Ju Huang, John Hood, Stephen Rossall, Mike Ashworth, Graham King, Bruce DL Fitt, UK & Australia, 1177

Effects of Leptosphaeria maculans race structure and fitness cost of virulence on management of phoma stem canker in oilseed rape
Yong-Ju Huang, Marie-Hélène Balesdent, Angela Van de Wouw, Jenna F Stonard, Neal Evans, Jonathan S West, Thierry Rouxel and Bruce DL Fitt, UK, France & Australia, 1181

Estimation of avoidable yield losses of Brassica species due to insect pests in south -western region of Punjab
B.S. Sekhon and K.S. Brar, India, 1185

Ethametsulfuron-methyl (SALSATM 75WG) - a new active and the first post-emergent herbicide that controls Brassica and Geranium species in oilseed rape
Andrzej Brachaczek1, Maria Salas, Poland & France, 1189

Fungicide application timing and control of sclerotinia stem rot in England in 2008 and 2009.
Faye Ritchie, Peter Gladders, Julie A Smith, Steve Waterhouse, Pete Berry, UK, 1193

Fungicide performance against sclerotinia stem rot in winter oilseed rape

Peter Gladders, Faye Ritchie and Pete Berry, UK, 1198

GGE Biplot analysis of Brassica genotypes for white rust disease severity under aided epiphytotic conditions in India.
1Meena, S.S.; 2Brar, K.S.; 1Chauhan, J.S.; 1Meena, P.D.; 2Sandhu, P.S; 3Awasthi, R.P.;4Rathi, A.S.;5Kumar, Ashok: 6Gupta, J.C. and 3Kolte, S.J., India, 1201

Host specificity and genetic diversity of the parasitic plant Phelipanche ramosa on winter oilseed rape in France
Marie Voisin, Philippe Duffé, Elsa Perez, Facine Hadjou, Philippe Delavault, Régine Delourme, Philippe Simier, France, 1205

Identification of resistant sources against Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in Brassica species with emphasis on B. oleracea
 J. Mei1, L. Qian1, J. O. Disi1, X. Yang1, Q. Li1, J. Li1, M. Frauen2, D. Cai3 and W. Qian1, China & Germany, 1209

Identification of the Difference in Genetic Molecules from Different Sources of Plasmodiophora Brassicae Worm
TIAN Lu-shen1,2, WANG Ting-ting1, HUANG Yun1, GUO Shi-xing1, DENG Wu-ming2, YANG Jian-ping3, NIU Ying-ze, China, 1213

Trading, Policies and Economics

Assessment of social and environmental impacts of canola on the biodiesel production chain in Southern Brazil.
N. P. Ramos, C. C. A. Buschinelli, G. O. Tomm, P. E. P. Ferreira, H. B. Vieira, L. P. Fontes, I. A.Rodrigues, G. Stachetti Rodrigues, Brazil, 1320

Can chemical analysis profiles be used to identify rapeseed samples ? 
Véronique J. Barthet, Kevin Morgan, Canada, 1324

Disease control on UK winter oilseed rape contributes to climate change mitigation.
MARTIN MAHMUTI, JON S WEST, JACK WATTS, PETER GLADDERS, DAVID J HUGHES, BRUCE D L FITT, UK, 1330 

GIS Based Integrated Decision Support System for Mustard Crop in India 
Ajaya Kumar Sahu, Dr. H. B. Singh, India, 1334

High Oleic / Low Linolenic Winter Oilseed Rape Varieties –The First Five Years of UK Cultivation 
Matthew Clarke, David Leaper, Soad Melloul, UK/France, 1342

INNOVATION AND DEVELOPMENTS IN SUPPLY CHAIN ORGANIZATION IN EMERGING OILSEED RAPE MARKETS 
Prof. Dr. Rainer Kuehl, Dipl.-Ing. agr. Volker Hart, Germany, 1346

Rules for policy and technology development to feed growing global population 
Zdenek Linhart, Jan Linhart, Czech Republic, 1349