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Resistance against Pyricularia and increased yield in rice cultivation with a new source of bioavailable Silicon 06/2015
(XII Intl. Rice Conference for Latin America and the Caribbean) [Spanish]
Rice (Oryza sativa) is a typical Silicon accumulator plant (Si), in which fertilization programs is common the application of this element for its beneficial action. Thee high accumulation Si in the s...

Monitoring Traps for Spotted Wing Drosophila (SWD) 02/2015
(Oregon State Universirty, OR-USA) [English]
As we gain more knowledge during the 2014 season, recommendations for assembling, placing, and servicing traps may change. New trap designs are being explored. Two traps that have proven highly effect...

Evaluation of food attractants for the adult monitoring of fruit fly in South American apple crops. 11/2014
(XIII ENFRUTE, Fraiburgo, SC, Brazil) [Portuguese]
The objective of the trail was to evaluate the effectiveness of food attractants in the capture of adults of Anastrepha fraterculus on apple trees in Brazil. In all orchards evaluated the total fruit ...

Evaluation of food baits attractants for the control of fruit fly in South America 10/2014
(XXIV Congresso Brasileiro de Entomologia, Curitiba, PR, Brazil) [Portuguese]
The South American fruit fly Anastrepha fraterculus (Wied., 1830) (Diptera: Tephritidae) is one of the main species of insect pests that cause damage to the fruit trees in the southern region of Brazi...

Evaluation of Armurox (Complex of peptides with soluble silicon) on mechanical and biotic stresses in gramineae 09/2014
(6th International Conference on Silicon in Agriculture, Sweden) [English]
Silicon is absorbed as monosilicic acid and it is accumulated as amorphous hydrated silica ((SiO2)x.nH2O) in the plant body, thus limitation of its soluble forms difficult assimilation by plants. Sili...



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