Pablo Alvarado Aldea

Pablo Alvarado Aldea

Pablo Alvarado Aldea

III. EDUCATION
DEGREE: BSc in Biological Science, specializing in Zoology
ISSUED BY: Universidad de Córdoba. DATE: 1994
IV. WORK EXPERIENCE 
ORGANIZATION:POST OR JOB TITLESTARTEND
OPRACOL
D.A.PTechnical Expert for the Olive ATRIA.
Technical expert with higher university qualifications 05/04/2001
22/07/200221/07/2002
V. CAREER WITHIN THE LPSVH
POST OR JOB TITLE IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDERSTARTEND
Head of the Entomology Area.
Head of the Plant Pathology Department.16/01/2003
01/07/200901/07/2009
VI. SOME SPECIFIC TRAINING COURSES
Integrated production of stone fruits.
Training of trainers for olive growing. 
Integrated production of olives.
Management and adjustment of machinery for plant protection product application.
New arthropods found in Spain in recent years. Coccoidea: general characteristics, preparation techniques, and identification.
Arthropod preparation techniques. Cicadellidae. general characteristics, preparation techniques and identification.
Field application of Globalgap standards.
VII. PUBLICATIONS, BOOKS, ARTICLES. (AS AUTHOR OR COAUTHOR)
- Panel: Presence of a new mite, Eutetranychus banksi (Mc Gregor) (Acari: Tetranychidae), in citrus groves in the province of Huelva. Third National Congress on Applied Entomology. October 2003
- Contribution to knowledge about Lepidoptera with a potential impact on strawberry growing. Description, behavior, and relative importance. Agrícola Vergel. January 2009.
- Integrated control based on biological control in strawberry fields in Huelva. 21st National Symposium on Plant Health. January 2010
VIII.  CONFERENCE, SEMINAR, AND PROFESSIONAL EVENT ATTENDANCE.
- 8th National Symposium on Plant Health. Plant Health: A New Framework. January 2003.
- Third National Congress on Applied Entomology. October 2003
- Management and adjustment of machinery for plant protection product application. March 2005.
- First meeting of TEAM (Tephritid Workers of Europe, Africa and Middle East).  April 2008.
- II International Symposium on Pheromones, Attractants, Traps, and Biological Control: Alternatives for 21st-Century Agriculture. November 2009.
- 21st National Symposium on Plant Health. Sustainable Use of Plant Protection Products. January 2010
- Seminar on Biological Control within Agri-Food Production. May 2010.
IX. TEACHING.
- The red palm weevil. Universidad de Huelva. May 2008. 2h
- Use of traps and attractants for plant protection. Master’s Degree de in Plant Health at the Universidad Pablo de Olavide. Seville. November 2013 and December 2014. 8h
- Strawberry pests. Course for garden strawberry experts at the Huelva Association of Technical Agricultural Engineers. April 2014. Theory and practical work. 6h