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Effectiveness of bait station MS2 and food attractant Cera Trap as an alternative for catching fruit flies in Veracruz, Mexico 04/2012
(Interciencia APR 2012, VOL. 37 N 4) [Spanish]
Different trap alternatives have been tested to strengthen the national program against fruit flies in Mxico, contributing to propose of a new trap design and a more efficient method, with rational u...

Powdery mildew protection with Armurox: an improved strategy for silicon application 12/2011
(Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology A 1: 1032-1039) [English]
Powdery mildew diseases cause severe losses in a wide variety of crop plants, for which no polyvalent fungicide measures are available for every disease situation. In addition, alternative treatments...

Perturbations of Amino acid metabolism associated with Glyphosate-dependent inhibition of shikimic acid metabolism affect cellular redox homeostasis and alter the abundance of proteins involved in photosynthesis and photorespiration 12/2011
(Plant Physiology (2011) Vol.157: 256-268) [English]
The herbicide glyphosate inhibits the shikimate pathway of the synthesis of amino acids such as phenylalanine, tyrosine, and tryptophan. However, much uncertainty remains concerning precisely how gly...

An environmentally friendly alternative (MS2-CeraTrap) for control of fruit flies in Mexico. 11/2011
(Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.9 (2011):926-927 ) [English]
This paper reports on progress and innovations recently introduced at the National Programme of Fruit Flies in Mexico. It offers data about an alternative for catch of especially the fruit flies Anas...

Dacus Trap, a mass trapping system for the control of the olive fruit fly Bactrocera oleae. 05/2011
(IOBC-WPRS Bulletin Vol. 79, pp. 121-126, 2012) [English]
Field trials were conducted on olive trees (Olea europaea cv. Manzenilo and Picual) in Kidron (Israel) and Jan (Spain) to assess the efficacy of a specifically developed enzymatic hydrolyzed protein ...



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