Control de Plagas Agrícolas, Manejo Integrado de Plagas (MIP), Control Orgánico Plagas

Manual de manejo ecológico de plagas

El Manual consta de dos partes fundamentales , en la primera se plantean los conceptos del Manejo Ecológico, del Control biológico, así como un recordatorio de los cultivos y los tipos de cultivo que existen. En la segunda parte se hace una descripción de algunas pr...
Moisés Correa Q.
Virginia Suarez A.
PROBIOMA

Insectos, acaros y enfermedades asociadas a la frambuesa

El desarrollo de alternativas de control de plagas y enfermedades acordes con la demanda internacional, obliga a identificar correctamente los agentes perjudiciales para aplicar las medidas fitosanitarias que permitan mantener e incrementar el valor agregado del producto. El objetivo de este...
Ernesto Cisternas A
Andres France I
Luis Devotto M
Marcos Gerding P
INIA Chile

Pheromone Mass Trapping of the West Indian Sugarcane Weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in Palmito Palm

Experiments in Costa Rica and Honduras determined that both Metamasius hemipterus L. and Rhynchophorus palmarum L. could be captured in the same trap using pheromone lures emitting a mixture of their male-produced aggregation pheromones. Mass trapping of both species was conductedin commercial...
Dennis Alpizar
Mario Fallas
Allan C. Oehschlager
Lilliana M. Gonzalez
Carlos M. Chinchilla
Juan Bulgarelli
Florida Entomologist

El control orgánico de plagas y enfermedades de los cultivos y la fertilización natural del suelo

Este sencillo manual busca incentivar la práctica de mejores técnicas agrícolas (agroecología), recopiladas del conocimiento ancestral, pero también de la investigación moderna, las que pretenden acercar al productor campesino con la naturaleza, ya que de...
Vanessa Alexandra Ramón
Fabián Rodas
DarwinNet

Postharvest management of insects in horticultural products by conventional and organic means, primarily for quarantine purposes

Purpose of review: The presence of arthropod pests in or on horticultural commodities has caused major disruptions in the storage, processing and shipment of these products. Management of these pests has posed a problem to humans for thousands of years. Current technology has led to the development...
Lisa G Neven
Stewart Postharvest Review

Susceptibility of Diaprepes abbreviatus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) to a Commercial Preparation of Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. tenebrionis

A commercial preparation of the microbial entomopathogen, Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. tenebrionis ( Btt ) was evaluated for biological activity against the Diaprepes root weevil, Diaprepes abbreviatus (L.). A reduction in survival was observed for neonatal larvae exposed to insect diet...
A. A. Weathersbee III
Y. Q. Tang
H. Doostdar
R. T. Mayer
Florida Entomologist

2010 Florida Citrus Pest Management Guide: Asian Citrus Psyllid and Citrus Leafminer

Asian Citrus Psyllid The Asian citrus psyllid (Diaphorina citri Kuwayama) has become the most important insect pest of Florida citrus due to the presence of citrus greening disease, which is spread by the psyllid. In other regions of the world where citrus is grown and greening disease is...
M.E. Rogers
P.A. Stansly
L.L. Stelinski
University of Florida, IFAS Extension

Oligonychus perseae (Acari: Tetranychidae) Population Responses to Cultural Control attempts in an Avocado Orchard

Populations of Oligonychus perseae Tuttle, Baker and Abbatiello (Acari: Tetranychidae) were monitored for 37 weeks in an avocado (Persea americana Miller) orchard in Fallbrook California, USA. Three cultural control methods were tested to reduce vertical recolonization of avocado trees by O....
Takano-Lee, Miwako
Mark S. Hoddle
Florida Entomologist

Insect Management on Desert Produce Crops: Leafminers

Vegetable Leafminer: Liriomyza sativae American Serpentine Leafmine: Liriomyza trifolii These native Liriomyza leafminer species are closely related, have a similar biology and because they have a similar appearance, are often misidentified. L. sativa is the more commonly found on vegetables...
John C. Palumbo
University of Arizona Cooperative Extension in Yuma

Using Propane-Fired Cannons to Keep Birds Away From Vineyards

Bird damage is a problem in all grape-growing areas of the world. Most agree the problem is worsening as more hectares of cultivars are grown. Damage begins around veraison when grapes start to colour, signifying change from growth to ripening and the accumulation of sugars. Damage continues...
Hugh W. Fraser
Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rurals Affairs