Includes bibliographical references (p. 95-110).
|Other titles||Insect IPM for citrus in northern Mediterranean countries.|
|Statement||by Panayotis Katsoyannos.|
|Contributions||Benakeio Phytopathologiko Institouto.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||110 p. :|
|Number of Pages||110|
Integrated Pest Management for Citrus is the best-illustrated guide available for the prevention, identification, monitoring, and management of citrus pests. This book also provides substantial information on citrus production practices that prevent pest problems. IPM (Integrated Pest Management) for citrus insect pests in northern Mediterranean countries By Kifissia (Greece). Lab. of Biological Control) P. (Benaki Phytopathological Inst. Katsoyannos and AGP. The fifth and last Volume of this IPMD series reviews, in a multi-disciplinary approach, recent achievements in crop protection and integrated management of arthropod pests. The volume is organized in a first section covering IPM in citrus productions, a Second one dealing with advancements in the integration of management technologies and a last section covering mites and their biological control agents. This book contains 16 chapters focusing on the major arthropod, insect and nematode pests of tropical cereals, legumes, root and tuber crops, sugarcane, cotton, vegetables, bananas, citrus, oil palms, tea, cocoa and coffee and forest trees. Integrated pest management in citrus. Integrated insect pest management in tropical forestry.
Section V INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT OF CITRUS (7 ECTS) March-April IPM.V1 - Viruses and virus-like agents (2 ECTS) IPM.V2 - Fungi and bacteria (2 ECTS) IPM.V3 - Insects, mites and nematodes (2 ECTS) IPM.V4 - IPM review (1 ECTS) Section VI INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT OF FRUIT TREES (7 ECTS) April-May IPM. Insect pest management in Citrus (Homoptera – Lepidoptera) (pp. –). Proccedings of the 1st National meeting of Plant. Protection. Control of the main diseases, insect pests and weeds of the plant crops at present in Greece, 5–7 March , Larisa-Greece (in Greek). Google Scholar. Six mealybug species have been reported as citrus pests in the Mediterranean Basin: the citrus mealybugPlanococcus citri (Risso), the citriculus mealybugPseudococcus cryptus Hempel, the longtailed mealybugPseudococcus longispinus (Targioni-Tozzetti), the citrophilus mealybugPseudococcus calceolariae (Maskell), the obscure mealybugPseudococcus viburni (Signoret) and the spherical. Management strategies of mealybug pests of citrus in Mediterranean countries Article (PDF Available) in Phytoparasitica 32(5) October with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
A survey on the actual situation of citrus pest management practices, problems and constraints was carried out in Mediterranean countries based on a questionnaire sent to a list of experts in. Main insect pests of citrus in Italy are presented, with details on their biology and main natural enemies. They are the California red scale, Aonidiella aurantii, the Oleander scale, Aspidiotus nerii, the Citrus mealybug, Planococcus citri, the Citrus leafminer, Phyllocnistis citrella and the Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata. Citrus Research and Education Center, Lake Alfred. Non Technical SummaryNumerous insect and mite species are present in citrus and have the potential to reduce yields by feeding on the leaves, roots, branches and developing fruit and by serving as vectors of diseases that affect the health of citrus trees. This book provides up-to-date and comprehensive coverage of the research and application of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in tropical regions. The first section explores the agro-ecological framework that represents the foundations of IPM, in addition to emerging technologies in chemical and biological methods that are core to pest control in tropical crops. The second section.