login | newsletter | site map | castellano-english search
lin

El contenido de esta página requiere una versión más reciente de Adobe Flash Player.

Obtener Adobe Flash Player

Plant Stress: Home
Plant Stress: Scientific Communications
Plant Stress: Posters
Plant Stress: Scientific Articles
Plant Stress Management: Contact

 

 

 

 

Dealing with spotted wing drosophila: new insights on Suzukii Trap® bait performance worldwide.

3rd International Conference on Area-wide Management, Vienna AUT

Since the recent nearly worldwide establishment of Drosophila suzukii (Matsumura) (Diptera: Drosophilidae) in berry crops, various methods are being tested to control their invasive populations. Strategy components such as insecticide treatments, mass trapping or attract and kill are being considered for integrated management. Monitoring of populations, early detection and damage threshold establishment with an effective attractant and trap has become essential for managing this invasive pest. A new Suzukii Trap bait formula (Suzukii Trap® Maxcaptures) has been developed by Bioiberica, S.A.U. to capture this new pest with improved specificity. The objective of this communication is to present field trapping experiments with Suzukii Trap bait, conducted in a variety of crops, locations, and with other attractants. We suggest that superior efficacy and specificity of this bait may improve implementation of management systems that rely on attraction of spotted wing drosophila, and so Suzukii Trap® Maxcaptures may be an important product to advance integrated pest management.

Botta, A., Marín, C., Sierras, N., Cowles, R.S.
R&D Plant Physisology, Bioibérica S.A Pol. Ind. “Mas Puigvert”. Ctra. N-II, Km. 680,6. 08389 Palafolls (Barcelona), Spain
The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, Windsor, CT, USA.
language: English


document
access to documentation requires login
you can request a user here

info   enviar documento
+info   send share

 



Give us your opinion...

name:
 
e-mail:
comment:
9 + 5=
(anti-spam control)

All information entered on this form will be considered as highly confidential and will not be made available to third parties nor used for any purpose other than that described in this form.


Tags: attractants ipm mass trapping

El contenido de esta página requiere una versión más reciente de Adobe Flash Player.

Obtener Adobe Flash Player

lin
Legal Notice | Privacy Policy | Cookies Policy