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Management of phytophagous bugs in vegetable crops - Assessment of the IMPULsE project

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GARD (B), PIERRE (S P), CLERC (H), STREITO (J C), BOUT (A), CHAILLOUT (S), CAMOIN (L), TOSELLO (L), GINEZ (A), DELAMARRE (C), LAMBION (J), ZARAGOZA (J)

FR/CTIFL, FR/INVENIO, FR/INRAE, FR/KOPPERT, FR/CA 13, FR/GRAB

INFOS CTIFL

Mars 2021

369

p. 57-66

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The IMPULsE project, that began in 2017, ended at the end of 2020. Several control methods have been evaluated on tomato, eggplant and cabbage for the management of plant-feeding bugs. In addition, important work has been carried out to characterize plant bugs belonging to the Lygus and Eurydemagenera in order to better understand these very problematic pests on the aforementioned crops. At this stage, management methods based on phy-sical protection (nets, sticky chromatic traps) and biological control (parasitoid and predator beneficial insects, ento-mopathogenic nematodes) give the most promising results in protected to-mato and eggplant crops. Those based on functional biodiversity (use of trap plants) also show a promise in cabbage bug management in field production. However, these different strategies need to be refined within the framework of future projects.

insecte ravageur, méthode de lutte, expérimentation, lutte physique, lutte biologique, culture de plein champ, culture protégée

LEGUMES

Lygus

I/EURYDEMA SP., PLANTE PIEGE, BIODIVERSITE FONCTIONNELLE

18/01/2021

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