Arthropod Management in Vineyards:: Pests, Approaches, and by Noubar J. Bostanian, Charles Vincent, Rufus Isaacs

By Noubar J. Bostanian, Charles Vincent, Rufus Isaacs

Provides a state-of-the-science evaluation of arthropods affecting grape creation world wide. winery pest administration is a dynamic and evolving box, and the contributed chapters supply insights into arthropods that restrict this crucial crop and its items. Written by means of overseas specialists from the key grape-growing areas, it offers a world evaluation of arthropods affecting vines and the radical innovations getting used to avoid financial losses, together with invasive pests affecting viticulture. The ebook includes stories of the theoretical foundation of built-in pest administration, a number of chapters on organic regulate, present prestige of chemical regulate, in addition to in-depth and well-illustrated experiences of the foremost arthropod pests affecting grape construction and the way they're being controlled world wide. this article is going to function a first-rate source for utilized entomologists, scholars, growers, and specialists with pursuits on the intersection of viticulture and utilized entomology.

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J Insect Sci 3:32 Koch RL, Burkness EC, Wold Burkness SJ, Hutchison WD (2004) Phytophagous preferences of the multicolored Asian ladybeetle (Coleoptea: Coccinellidae) for autumn-ripening fruit. ) grapevines to infestation by potato leafhoppers (Empoasca fabae Harris). Am J Enol Vitic 60:130–137 Lucas E, Labrie G, Vincent C, Kovach J (2007) The multicoloured Asian ladybeetle Harmonia axyridis – beneficial or nuisance organism? In: Vincent C, Goettel M, Lazarovits G (eds) Biological control: a global perspective.

2 Generalized patterns describing the relationships between pest density, damage, crop yield, price and revenue. (a) Pest on crop damage, (b) Pest damage on yield, (c) Pest damage on crop price, (d) Pest density on revenue (Adapted from Southwood and Norton 1973) in the expense side of the economic threshold calculation, and this can add significant cost to the management of arthropod pests, particularly if they are small, cryptic, or at low abundance. 2 Economic Thresholds The economic threshold concept was developed by Stern et al.

University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resource, Oakland Fleury D, Paré J, Vincent C, Mauffette Y (2006) Feeding impact of Lygus lineolaris (Heteroptera: Miridae) on Vitis vinifera: a behavioural and histological study. Can J Bot 84:493–500 Gholami M, Coombe SG, Robinson SR (2004) Grapevine phloem sap analysis: 1-sucrose, amino acids, potassium concentrations, seasonal and diurnal patterns. Acta Hortic 640:143–153 1 Principles of Arthropod Pest Management 15 Gökçe A, Isaacs R, Whalon ME (2011) Ovicidal, larvicidal and anti-ovipositional activities of Bifora radians and other plant extracts on the grape berry moth Paralobesia viteana (Clemens).

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