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Ceratitis capitata control on table grapes in Spain by the mass-trapping system Cera Trap® 05/2017 ( de 35) Poster
(3rd International Conference on Area-wide Management, Vienna AUT)
The Mediterranean fruit fly (Medfly) ,Ceratitis capitata,is a world wide agricultural pest with an extremely high invasive potential, which makes this species difficult to control. Mass trapping techn...

Electroantennogram of Ceratitis capitata and field responses on Bactrocera dorsalis with Cera Trap 01/2017 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Proceedings of the 9thISFFEI - ISBN:978-616-3 Bangkok, Thailand)
Background: Due to the economic impact of fruit flies, much attention has been focused on the development of trapping systems for detection and monitoring pests and more recently to provide successf...

Identification of Ceratitis capitata electrophysiological and field responses to Cera Trap® 04/2016 ( de 35) Poster
(The 3rd International Symposium of TEAM, Stellenbosch (S.Africa))
Fruit flies such as Ceratitis capitata and Bactrocera invadens are notorious worldwide for their destructive impact on agriculture and particularly difficult to control effectively. Pesticide treatmen...

CERA TRAP as alternative to standard fruit fly control in fruit crops of South Africa 04/2016 ( de 35) Poster
(3rd International Symposium of TEAM, Stellenbosch (S.Africa))
Three endemic tephritid fruit fly species, Mediterranean fruit fly (Medfly) (Cerratitis capitata), Natal fly (Ceratitis rosa), Marula fly (Ceratitis cosyra) and a fourth species of Asian origin, the O...

Response of the sapote fruit fly, Anastrepha serpentina (Diptera: Tephritidae), to commercial lures and trap designs in sapodilla orchards 12/2015 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Florida Entomologist, 98)
Anastrepha serpentina (Wiedemann) (Diptera: Tephritidae) is one of the least studied of the pestiferous Neotropical tephritid flies despite its propensity to attack several commercial fruit crops, mai...

Comparison of Hydrolyzed Protein Baits and Various Grape Juice Products as Attractants for Anastrepha Fruit Flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) 09/2015 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Journal of Economic Entomology)
Mexican fruit flies, Anastrepha ludens (Loew; Diptera: Tephritidae), have traditionally been trapped in citrus orchards in Mexico using protein hydrolysates as bait. Recently, CeraTrap®, an enzymatic ...

Effect of attractants to prevent fruit flies in guava in Temascaltepec, Mexico 06/2015 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Revista Iberoamericana deCiencias Biológicas y Agropecuarias)
The effect of four attractants: CeraTrap, hydrolyzed protein, torula tablets and Flyral spread over five acres of guava trees was evaluated. The variables studied were flies per trap per day and the n...

Economic and Highly Effective Trap–Lure Combination to Monitor the Mexican Fruit Fly (Diptera: Tephritidae) at the Orchard Level 05/2015 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Journal of Economic Entomology)
Monitoring population levels of the Mexican fruit fly, Anastrepha ludens (Loew) (Diptera: Tephritidae), at the orchard level prior and during the fruit ripening period can result in significant saving...

Economic and Highly Effective Trap–Lure Combination to Monitor the Mexican Fruit Fly (Diptera: Tephritidae) at the Orchard Level 05/2015 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Journal of Economic Entomology)
Monitoring population levels of the Mexican fruit fly, Anastrepha ludens (Loew) (Diptera: Tephritidae), at the orchard level prior and during the fruit ripening period can result in significant saving...

Efficacy of new commercial traps and the lure ceratrap® against ANASTREPHA OBLIQUA (DIPTERA: TEPHRITIDAE) 12/2014 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Florida Entomologist 97(4): 1369 - 1377)
Traps, lures, and trap/lure combinations were tested against the West Indian fruit fly, Anastrepha obliqua Macquart (Diptera: Tephritidae). The study aimed to evaluate the efficiency of possible tra...

Evaluation of food attractants for the adult monitoring of fruit fly in South American apple crops. 11/2014 ( de 35) Poster
(XIII ENFRUTE, Fraiburgo, SC, Brazil)
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 ...

Inexpensive traps for use in mass trapping Anastrepha ludens (Diptera: tephritidae). 11/2014 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Florida Entomologist 97(3), 2014)
Mass trapping is being developed to control the fruit fly Anastrepha ludens (Loew) (Diptera:Tephritidae) in some citrus-growing areas of Mexico using a trap-lure pack composed of CeraTrap lure and a s...

Evaluation of food baits attractants for the control of fruit fly in South America 10/2014 ( de 35) Poster
(XXIV Congresso Brasileiro de Entomologia, Curitiba, PR, Brazil)
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...

Electroantennogram of Ceratitis capitata and field responses on Bactrocera dorsalis with CeraTrap® 05/2014 ( de 35) Poster
(9th ISFFEI, Bangkok, Thailand)
CeraTrap® (CT) is an attractant formulation of natural origin, based on a liquid protein obtained by an exclusive method of enzymatic hydrolysis, with strong attraction capacity for fruit flies and fr...

III International Conference on Pheromones, Lure, Traps and Biological Control: Tools for Integrated Protection. 03/2014 ( de 35) Scientific Communication
(Cartagena, España )
The new demands regarding the quality of food and the largest movement of species of fruit flies around the world because of the fruit trade have made it necessary to improved pest control strategies ...

CeraTrap: la estrategia para el control bioracional de la mosca de la fruta en el cultivo del mango 06/2013 ( de 35) Poster
(X Simposio Internacional del Mango, República Dominicana)
Uno de los principales problemas fitosanitarios del cultivo del mango es la mosca de la fruta. La mosca más característica que afecta al mango es la Anastrepha obliqua. En zones enfocadas a la exporta...

Effectiveness evaluation of two attractants, Cera Trap® and Tripack®, for the mass trapping of Ceratitis capitata (Diptera: Tephritidae) in citrus orchards in different regions of Tunisia. 01/2013 ( de 35) Poster
(International Citrus Congress, Valencia, Spain)
Damages of C. capitata in Tunisia may cause losses of about 1.06 millions Dollars (US) per year on Citrus. By this factor, mass trapping is being evaluated for an effective control of this pest in cit...

Efficient and ecological alternative (MS2-Cera Trap) in the control of fruit flies in Mexico. 10/2012 ( de 35) Poster
(Panamá City, Panamá)
Field trials to find and effective and ecological system for the control of the Fruit flies: the station MS2 and the attractant Cera Trap

8th International Conference on Integrated Fruit Protection 10/2012 ( de 35) Scientific Communication
(Kusadasi, Izmir, Turquía)
The Mediterranean fruit fly (medfly), Ceratitis capitata, is a key pest of many fruit crops throughout the world. The eradication programs of this pest have typically entailed the use of chemical inse...

CeraTrap®, a Commercial Mass Trapping System for Med fly (Ceratitis capitata) Control Used in Israel 10/2012 ( de 35) Poster
(Panamá City, Panamá)
The Med fly Ceratitis capitata has been considered for several decades as the major phytophagous insect in orchards worldwide, and in Israel particularly, due to the severe damage caused to the fruits...

Tephritid Workers of the Western Hemisphere, 8th Meeting 10/2012 ( de 35) Scientific Communication
(Panamá)
Experiences of mass trapping with CeraTrap® in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean.

Evaluation of CeraTrap, for the attraction and capture of Anastrepha obliqua and Anastrepha ludens in commercial cultures of mango and orange, in two localities of the republic of Panama. 07/2012 ( de 35) Poster
(Panamá City, Panamá)
The trial had the intention to evaluate the effectiveness of the enzymatic hydrolyzed protein CeraTrap® with two types of traps and different attractants used by MIDA in its monitoring program.

Ceratitis capitata control on table grapes in Israel by the mass trapping system Cera Trap 07/2012 ( de 35) Poster
(2nd TEAM International Meeting, Crete, Greece)
The fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata, is worldwide notorious for their destructive impact on agriculture and is one of the most difficult pests to handle. The control of this pest has historically relied...

Effectiveness of bait station MS2® and food attractant Cera Trap® as an alternative for catching fruit flies in Veracruz, Mexico 04/2012 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Interciencia APR 2012, VOL. 37 Nº 4)
Different trap alternatives have been tested to strengthen the national program against fruit flies in México, contributing to propose of a new trap design and a more efficient method, with rational u...

An environmentally friendly alternative (MS2®-CeraTrap®) for control of fruit flies in Mexico. 11/2011 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.9 (2011):926-927 )
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...

CeraTrap, the mass trapping system to control citric fruit fly pest. 04/2011 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(IOBC wprs Bulletin Vol. 62, pp. 207-212)
The efficacy of CeraTrap (CT), a specifically developed enzymatic hydrolyzed protein, was evaluated against standard mass trapping (STD mass trapping) and standard chemical treatments (Chemical STD) w...

Cera Trap, a mass trapping system for the control of the Ceratitis capitata in citrus fruit crops. 03/2010 ( de 35) Poster
(IOBC WG IP Citrus fruit crops, Agadir, Morocco )
The fruit fly Ceratitis capitata is one of the most damaging and difficult pest to control for citrus fruit production and other fruit crops since it is, among other factors, highly polyphagous and wi...

30th Conference on Phytosanitary Products 10/2008 ( de 35) Scientific Communication
(IQS-Barcelona, España)
Cera Trap® is a product developed by Bioibérica SA in the form of a soluble concentrate (SL) based on hydrolyzed proteins; it is intended for use in agriculture as a food attractant to trap fruit flie...

Mass Trapping of the Mediterranean Fruit Fly 06/2008 ( de 35) Scientific Communication
(Faro, Portugal)
Cera Trap is a new system for mass trapping of the Mediterranean fruit fly; it does not use insecticide in its formulation or in its application in the field. It has a considerable attraction effect o...

A New Ready-to-Use Mass Trapping System for the Control of the Mediterranean Fruit Fly Ceratitis capitata (Wied.) 04/2008 ( de 35) Poster
(1st Meeting of TEAM. Palma de Mallorca. Spain)
Cera Trap system has been proven to be an effective system against the fruit fly with a good persistence during the whole campaign without manipulation. It successfully controls the pest population du...

Integrated control of Mediterranean fruit fly Ceratitis capitata (Wied.) by mass trapping with an enzymatic hydrolyzed protein 01/2008 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(IOBC wprs Bulletin Vol. 38, 150-156)
Field trials were conducted on sensitive mandarin trees (Citrus reticulate cv. Beatriz and Oronules) and fig trees (Ficus carica cv. Colar) in Tarragona, Alicante and Murcia (Spain) to assess the effe...

Biological control of Mediterranean fruit fly Ceratitis capitata (Wied.) with CERA TRAP® in citrus 09/2006 ( de 35) Poster
(7th International Symposium of Fruit Flies, Salvador, Brasil)
We present a new and biological medfly control method with a high efficacy. CERA TRAP® is based on a liquid protein obtained by an exclusive method of enzymatic hydrolisis and is able to reduce the p...

Biological Control of Mediterranean Fruit Fly Ceratitis capitata. The Mediterranean Fruit Fly (Ceratitis capitata [Wiedemann]) 09/2006 ( de 35) Scientific Article
(7th International Symposium on FruitFlies of Economic Importance)
Diptera: Tephritidae is one of the most destructive agricultural pests in citrus and fruit trees worldwide particularly in temperate and hot growing areas. In Spain, the total affected surface is over...

Biological solution for control of Ceratitis capitata by mass trapping 07/2006 ( de 35) Poster
(22nd International Society of Chemical Ecology, Barcelona, Spain)
The Mediterranean fruit fly Ceratitis capitata is one of the most destructive agricultural pests worldwide. It is native of sub-Saharan Africa and has a long history of invasion success. CERA TRAP® i...

Method for 100% Biological Control of the Mediterranean Fruit Fly (Ceratitis capitata Wied.) Using the BIOIBERICA, S.A. Cera Trap® Mass Trapping System in Citrus Crops in Tarragona 02/2006 ( de 35) Poster
(VII Jornada Protección Vegetal ICEA, Barcelona. España)
The Cera Trap® system is an innovative method that is highly efficient at controlling plagues and is fully environmentally friendly as it does not use any insecticide in its formulation or applicatio...

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