AG Ökosystemanalyse

Jo Marie Reiff


Fortstr. 7
Gebäude I
76829 Landau



since 2017PhD student, University of Koblenz-Landau
2014 - 2017Master of Sciences in Environmental Sciences, University of Koblenz-Landau
2011 - 2014Bachelor of Sciences in Viticulture and Enology, Weincampus Neustadt
2008 - 2011viticulture training
  • phytomedicine
  • pests in viticulture
  • functional biodiversity in vineyards


Möth, S.; ... Reiff, J.M.; ... Winter, S. (2023). Local management and landscape composition affect predatory mites in European wine-growing regions. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 344: 108292.


Reiff, J.M.; Kolb, S.; Entling, M.H.; Herndl, T.; Möth, S.; Walzer, A.; Kropf, M.; Hoffmann, C.; Winter, S. (2021) Organic Farming and Cover-Crop Management Reduce Pest Predation in Austrian Vineyards. Insects 12: 220.


Reiff, J.M.; Ehringer, M.; Hoffmann, C.; Entling, M.H. (2021): Fungicide reduction favors the control of phytophagous mites under both organic and conventional viticulture. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 305: Art.-No. 107172.

Pennington, T.; Reiff, J.M.; Theiss, K.; Entling, M.H.; Hoffmann, C. (2018): Reduced fungicide applications improve insect pest control in grapevine. BioControl : 1-9.



PiWiDiv: Effects of fungicide reduction on biodiversity in vineyards

SECBIVIT: Scenarios for providing multiple ecosystem services and biodiversity in viticultural landscapes



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