CORNELL_EDU 30/06/20 Treatments tested for invasive pest on allium crops (Phytomyza gymnostoma) Since its arrival in the U.S., it has spread to New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland and New Jersey, and is considered a major agricultural threat.
A Cornell-led team of researchers field-tested 14 active ingredients in insecticides, applied in a variety of methods, to understand the best treatment options. The researchers’ findings are described in a study, “Managing Allium Leafminer: An Emerging Pest of Allium Crops in North America,” published June 13 in the Journal of Economic Entomology. The research team, led by senior author Brian Nault, professor of entomology at Cornell AgriTech and one of the nation’s leading Allium leafminer management experts, found that several traditional chemical insecticides worked best against the invasive insect.
“Problems with the Allium leafminer tend to be worse on organic farms where highly effective management tools – synthetic insecticides – are not used,” Nault said. This article also appeared in the Cornell Chronicle. Journal of Economic Entomology 13/06/20 Managing Allium Leafminer (Diptera: Agromyzidae): An Emerging Pest of Allium Crops in North America. AGROCAMPUS OUEST - 2015 - Résumé de mémoire : Méthodes alternatives de protection en culture de poireau contre la mouche mineuse des Alliacées (Phytomyza gymnostoma) et le thrips de l'oignon (Thrips tabaci) CHAMBRES D AGRICULTURE D'AUVERGNE RHONE ALPES - AVRIL 2019. Bulletin technique bio des Chambres d’agriculture d’Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Au sommaire notamment: Lutte contre la mouche mineuse du poireau, des solutions se confirment.
MAA/FRANCE AGRIMER/ REGION PAYS DE LA LOIRE - 2015 - AGREABLE-ESSAI DE STRATEGIE DE GESTION DE LA MINEUSE DU POIREAUX ETE/AUTOMNE 2015. Journal of Integrated Pest Management, 27/02/18 The First North American Record of the Allium Leafminer. Skip to Main Content Sign In Register Close Advanced Search Recommend to your Library Online ISSN 2155-7470 Copyright © 2018 Entomological Society of America Connect Resources Explore Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.
Close. UNIVERSITE ANGERS - 2017 - Mémoire en ligne : Identification, suivi et impact du vol de printemps de Phytomyza gymnostoma LOEW sur poireau, Allium porrum. ENTOMOLOGYTODAY 08/03/18 Invasive Fly Targets North American Onions, Leeks, Related Crops (Phytomyza gymnostoma) The allium leafminer (Phytomyza gymnostoma) damages crops such as onions, garlic, shallots, and leeks via egg-laying in plant tissue and, to a greater degree, through larval feeding on foliage.
Native to Europe, the invasive species was first discovered in North America in December 2015 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. (Image originally published in Barringer et al 2018, Journal of Integrated Pest Management) While a certain other invasive insect is grabbing headlines in the mid-Atlantic region of the United States, a more recent invader has also emerged in Pennsylvania and neighboring states and threatens allium crops (such as onions, garlic, shallots, and leeks) in the region.
The allium leafminer (Phytomyza gymnostoma) was first discovered in the United States in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, in December 2015, and has since spread to at least New Jersey and New York. “It appears that the adult life stage is very short. Agroznanje, vol. 15, br. 4, 2014, 383-392 - Napomyza gymnostoma Loew. (Diptera, Agromyzidae) na području Banja Luke (Republika Srpska, Bosna i Hercegovina) Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.10 (2): 751-755. 2012 Testing the suitability of three herbs as intercrops against the Allium leaf miner (Phytomyza gymnostoma Loew, Diptera, Agromyzidae) in onion production.
JARDINER MALIN - Mouche mineuse du poireau : lutte et traitement. Apparue en Alsace en 2003, la mouche mineuse du poireau n’a cessé de progresser vers l’ouest au point de devenir l’un des ennemis les plus redoutable pour le poireau. PENN STATE UNIVERSITY 12/05/16 New insect pest a threat to onion and related crops in Pennsylvania (mineuse de l'allium) UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- An insect never before found in the Western Hemisphere has been discovered in Pennsylvania, and agriculture officials are asking growers and home gardeners to help monitor and manage the new invasive pest.
The allium leafminer -- also known as the onion leafminer -- is a threat to several species of crop plants in the genus Allium, such as onion, leek, garlic, chive, shallot and green onion, warned Shelby Fleischer, professor of entomology in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences. He noted that the insect's full range of host plants is unknown. FERA DEFRA - 2007 - CSL PEST RISK ANALYSIS FOR PHYTOMYZA GYMNOSTOMA. SERAIL - 2006 - POIREAU - PLEIN CHAMP - Mouches Mineuses - Suivi des vols de mouches Protection d’une pépinière en agriculture b.
SERAIL - 2006 - POIREAU - PLEIN CHAMP - Mouches Mineuses - Suivi des vols de mouches Protection d’une pépinière en agriculture biologique – guatemalt
COMITE DEPARTEMENTAL DE DEVELOPPEMENT LEGUMIER (MAINE ET LOIRE) - 2013 - PiCHAMP 2013: essai de détection du vol de mouche mineu.
COMITE DEPARTEMENTAL DE DEVELOPPEMENT LEGUMIER (MAINE ET LOIRE) - 2013 - PiCHAMP 2013: essai de détection du vol de mouche mineuse du poireau - Phytomyza gymnostoma – guatemalt
WIKIPEDIA - Mineuse des feuilles d'allium. Systematic Entomology (2009), 34, 260–292 Molecular phylogeny and systematics of leaf-mining flies (Diptera: Agromyzidae): delim. ROYAL HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY - Allium leaf miner. The allium leaf miner was first detected in Britain in 2002, since when it has spread in the Midlands and has also been found in Surrey.
The larvae bore into the stems and bulbs of leeks, onions, chives and garlic with devastating consequences. Affected plants often develop secondary infections and rot. What is allium leaf miner? Allium leaf miner is a pest of many common crops: leeks, onion, chives, shallot and garlic. The initial damage is done by the maggots, but secondary fungal and bacterial infections often cause the most noticeable rotting.
Symptoms Infestations are initiated by the adult fly: The greyish brown flies are 3mm long Before laying eggs, the female flies feed by making punctures in the leaves and sucking up the exuding sap This causes distinctive lines of white dots on the foliage Next seen is damage from the maggots: But perhaps the most obvious signs of a problem appear when rotting sets in: Control. PLANT WISE - onion leaf miner ( Phytomyza gymnostoma ) FREDON ILE DE FRANCE - Phytomyzagymnostoma: mouche mineuse des Allium. OEPP 13/07/05 Service d'Information OEPP numéro 4 (Rsf-0504.doc). Phytomyza (Napomyza) gymnostoma est un nouveau ravageur des Al.
SCIENTIFIC PAPERS UASVM Bucharest - 2011 - RESEARCH REGARDING MORPHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF NAPOMYZA GYMNOSTOMA LOEW.