The project aims to develop an integrated toolbox for mycotoxin management, prediction and control.
The contribution by Wageningen Research consists of the following elements:
- Developing a methodology for cost-efficient sampling and detection of mycotoxins in various crops
- Developing forecasting model for mycotoxins to guide risk based inspection
- Developing cost-effective analyses strategies
- (Fragmented) information on mycotoxin mitigation will be integrated into a new communication system for food safety, including smart and user-friendly ICT tools
- Collaboration with China, and with other European partners to improve knowledge acquisition and to avoid overlap
- Methodology developed and applied for cost-efficient detection of mycotoxins
- Forecasting models for various mycotoxins in grain on European level, to guide governmental and industrial risk-based monitoring
- Cost-effective sampling and analytical strategies for mycotoxins in cereals
- ICT toolbox for all actors within the chain aiming to improve mycotoxin management along the chain
Web-based system for mycotoxin prevention and control along the chain
Aflatoxin disease burden and monitoring
Forecasting mycotoxins in grains at the European level
MyToolbox Decision Support for mycotoxin prevention and control
Cost-effective monitoring of aflatoxins in maize
E-platform for mycotoxin prevention and control along the chain
Methodological advances to improve the cost-effectiveness of monitoring for mycotoxins in cereal grainsWageningen University. Promotor(en): A.G.J.M. Oude Lansink; H.J. van der Fels-Klerx. - Wageningen : Wageningen University - ISBN 9789463951739 - p.
A forecasting model for aflatoxins contamination in maize: case study in Serbia
Pre-harvest measures against Fusarium spp. infection and related mycotoxins implemented by Dutch wheat farmersCrop Protection 122 (2019). - ISSN 0261-2194 - p. 9 - 18.
Cost-Effective Sampling and Analysis for Mycotoxins in a Cereal BatchRisk Analysis 39 (2019)4. - ISSN 0272-4332 - p. 926 - 939.