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VIRGINIA TECH - 2020 Southeast Regional Strawberry Integrated Pest Management Guide for Plasticulture Production. Southern Region Small Fruit Consortium Bull. 44. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 08/12/20 UF/IFAS findings show less need for pesticide to control strawberry pest. It’s harvest season for Florida’s $300 million-per-year strawberry season, so those who grow this fruit need help to control pests such as the tiny (up to 2-millimeters long), destructive chilli thrips.

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 08/12/20 UF/IFAS findings show less need for pesticide to control strawberry pest

Farmers often use pesticides to control thrips, but they’d like to minimize those chemicals, and University of Florida scientists may have found a good reason to use pesticides at lower volumes and less frequently. Chilli thrips usually arrive in Florida strawberry fields after plants bear new leaves, a couple of weeks after they’re planted. Adult thrips come to the strawberry field from nearby crop fields or from vegetation. They feed on new strawberry plants and cause bronzing and darkening of leaves, which stunts the plant’s growth and reduces yield. When these bugs feed on strawberry plants, they don’t stay in one place.

In a new study, University of Florida research shows chilli thrips tend to stay in one basic area for about two weeks, then move and infect nearby plants. UNIVERSIDADE DE PASSO FUNDO 28/03/18 Dissertation en ligne : SAS Pro: an integrated mobile tool for strawberry disease control and multifungicide resistance strategies. UCANR_EDU - MAI 2020 - Présentation : Soil-borne Disease Management in Organic Strawberries. PLANTS 25/12/20 Detection of Strawberry Diseases Using a Convolutional Neural Network. The strawberry (Fragaria × ananassa Duch.) is a high-value crop with an annual cultivated area of ~500 ha in Taiwan.

PLANTS 25/12/20 Detection of Strawberry Diseases Using a Convolutional Neural Network

Over 90% of strawberry cultivation is in Miaoli County. Unfortunately, various diseases significantly decrease strawberry production. The leaf and fruit disease became an epidemic in 1986. From 2010 to 2016, anthracnose crown rot caused the loss of 30–40% of seedlings and ~20% of plants after transplanting. The automation of agriculture and image recognition techniques are indispensable for detecting strawberry diseases. ►▼ Show Figures Graphical abstract This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 03/04/20 Plant resistance does not compromise parasitoid-based biocontrol of a strawberry pest. 1.Hunter, M.

SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 03/04/20 Plant resistance does not compromise parasitoid-based biocontrol of a strawberry pest

D. Effects of plant quality on the population ecology of parasitoids. Agric. For. Entomol. 5, 1–8 (2003).Article Google Scholar 2.Campbell, B. Cienc. Rural [online]. 2004, vol.34, n.4, Control of mites in strawberry integrated production system. Services on Demand Journal Article Indicators Related links Share.

Cienc. Rural [online]. 2004, vol.34, n.4, Control of mites in strawberry integrated production system.

AGROCIENCIA, 16 de noviembre - 31 de diciembre, 2019 In vitro AND in vivo ANTI-FUNGAL EFFECT OF CHITOSAN ON POST-HARVEST STRAWBERRY PATHOGEN. AFRICAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH - DEC 2020 - Managed bees as pollinators and vectors of bio control agent against grey mold disease in strawberry plantations. Abstract Pollination by bees and other animals significantly increase both crop yields and quality.

AFRICAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH - DEC 2020 - Managed bees as pollinators and vectors of bio control agent against grey mold disease in strawberry plantations

Bees also support the transfer of bio-control agents for suppression of crop pests and diseases through bio-vectoring technology that has not been applied in Africa. Two farms were set up to test the ability of managed bees to disseminate Trichoderma harzianum to control Botrytis cinerea, on strawberries. At on-station farm, three treatments (bee-vectoring inoculum, spraying and control) with 4 replicates each were set up; while on-farm, normal farmer practices were employed. A nuclear beehive fitted with a two-way dispenser was loaded with two grams of T. harzianum inoculum. Key words: Trichoderma harzianum, grey mold, strawberry, biocontrol agent, managed bees, bio-vectoring technology. Innovations Agronomiques 76 (2019), 3-16 Réduire l’emploi des produits phytosanitaires en culture de fraisiers hors sol : Projet DEPHY Fraise 2013 - 2018. MONTPELLIER SUPAGRO 19/09/16 Mémoire en ligne: Caractérisation de pucerons et efficacité des parasitoïdes dans le cadre d’un programme de lutte biologique en culture de fraisier sous abri.

AGRIRESEAU - Importance et aménagement des insectes en fraisières. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 03/04/20 Plant resistance does not compromise parasitoid-based biocontrol of a strawberry pest. INSECTS 01/11/18 Chemical and Non-Chemical Options for Managing Twospotted Spider Mite, Western Tarnished Plant Bug and Other Arthropod Pests in Strawberries. FRESH FRUIT PORTAL 13/03/19 The Biocontrol Brief: How to control two-spotted spider mites in strawberry production. March 13 , 2019 By Andreas Neuman, CEO of UAV-IQ Precision Agriculture This article is part of a series on biological control and IPM written by UAV-IQ (www.uaviq.com).

FRESH FRUIT PORTAL 13/03/19 The Biocontrol Brief: How to control two-spotted spider mites in strawberry production

With an annual value of about $2.6 billion, California represents close to 90% of the United State’s strawberry production, followed by Florida, which is by far the largest domestic producer of winter strawberries. Despite their large sizes, these crops are being put in significant danger by some tiny threats. “Arthropods” more commonly known as spider mites are threatening our ability to enjoy these sweet red delicacies year-round. This very small (1/100 – 1/50 inches / 0.3 – 0.5mm) yellow/green pest with large dark spots on each side of their body can cause significant yield loss. Two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urticae) under magnification. Growers should pay special attention when the weather is dry and hot, as these conditions promote the emergence of pest populations.

FRANCE 3 NOUVELLE AQUITAINE VIA YOUTUBE 13/03/19 Fraisiculture : des insectes en remplacement des produits phytosanitaires. CENTRAL EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE - 2018 - The effect of biofertilizer and nitrogen rates on quantitative and qualitative properties of strawberry cultivar 'Paros' PLOS 01/09/10 Fruit and Soil Quality of Organic and Conventional Strawberry Agroecosystems. Study Area Thirteen pairs of side-by-side commercial organic and conventional strawberry farm fields were selected in the Watsonville area, the dominant strawberry growing region of California, USA.

PLOS 01/09/10 Fruit and Soil Quality of Organic and Conventional Strawberry Agroecosystems

In turn, California is the leading producer in the U.S., accounting for 87% of the nation's strawberry production (29). The Watsonville area annually grows strawberries on about 5,000 hectares, accounting for about 40% of the strawberry acreage in the state (29). The Journal of Horticultural Science and Biotechnology 12/09/17 Soilless systems as an alternative to wild strawberry (Fragaria vesca L.) traditional open-field cultivation in marginal lands of the Tuscan Apennines to enhance crop yield and producers’ inc. ORGANIC EPRINTS - JUIN 2017 - Progress in pest management in organic strawberry production. Wibe, Atle (2017) Progress in pest management in organic strawberry production.

ORGANIC EPRINTS - JUIN 2017 - Progress in pest management in organic strawberry production

In: Aakkula, Jyrki; Hakala, Kaija; Huhta, Harri; Iivonen, Sari; Jurvanen, Ulla; Kreismane, Dzidra; Land, Anita; Lähdesmäki, Merja; Malingen, Matti; Mikkola, Minna; Nordlund-Othen, Janne; Nuutila, Jaakko; Peetsmann, Elen; Piskonen, Sirpa; Rasmussen, Ilse A.; Skulskis, Virgilijus; Tahvonen, Raija; Taskinen, Sirpa; Ullvén, Karin; Wibe, Atle and Wivstad, Maria (Eds.) NJF Seminar 495 - 4th organic Conference: Organics for tomorrow's food systems, 19 - 21 June 2017, Mikkeli, Finland, 13 (1), NJF Report, pp. 78-79. For tuning up sustainable organic strawberry production new measures in pest management needs to be developed.

Both pest insects and pathogenic fungi reduces yields and fruit quality. Present study shows that mass trapping of strawberry blossom weevils by using volatile baited traps is not an efficient measure in an established field. Journal of Fruit and Ornamental Plant Research – 2012 - ECONOMICS OF THE 2009-2012 ORGANIC APPLE, STRAWBERRY, AND SOUR CHERRY PRODUCTION IN POLAND. HORTIDAILY 19/03/18 "Strawberry cultivation has to become more sustainable" The Dutch strawberry sector must change direction, because the cultivation of strawberries still relies far too much on conventional means.

HORTIDAILY 19/03/18 "Strawberry cultivation has to become more sustainable"

By increasing the plant resistance, the dependence on those resources may decrease. "The supermarket chains are increasingly demanding higher standards regarding the number of used active ingredients and the residue. The consumer is entitled to a completely reliable and safe product. That is what we have to work on. The possibilities and opportunities are there," according to Dutch strawberry grower Michiel Penninx. Together with his colleague Rob van Enckevort, he took the initiative to see if strawberry cultivation could become more sustainable. A necessity, because sustainability is not yet a priority among the growers, Penninx explains.

Michiel Penninx: "The products are available. UNIVERSITE LAVAL (QC) 06/12/17 Présentation : La fraise bio : où et comment? MAAF - DEPHY EXPE 2015 - Vers une protection biologique intégrée des cultures de fraises sous abris. Journal of Fruit and Ornamental Plant Research – 2012 - ECONOMICS OF THE 2009-2012 ORGANIC APPLE, STRAWBERRY, AND SOUR CHERRY PRODUCTION IN POLAND. Revitalizing Strawberry Production in Arkansas VIA YOUTUBE 25/06/14 Strawberry Diseases: Biology and Integrated Management.

HORT. SCI - 2016 - Phenolic composition and antioxidant capacity of integrated and conventionally grown strawberry (Fragaria × ananassa Duch. North Carolina State University - 2017 Southeast Regional Strawberry Integrated Pest Management Guide. Revue suisse de viticulture arboriculture horticulture. 46, (2), 2014, 102-108 Lutte biologique contre les pucerons des fraisiers avec un cocktail de parasitoïdes. Baroffio C., Turquet M., Rosemeyer V.Revue suisse de viticulture arboriculture horticulture 46(2), 102-108, 2014 Un mélange de six espèces de parasitoïdes a été utilisé pour lutter contre les pucerons des fraisiers en Suisse et en France en cultures sous abri et sur substrat.

Revue suisse de viticulture arboriculture horticulture. 46, (2), 2014, 102-108 Lutte biologique contre les pucerons des fraisiers avec un cocktail de parasitoïdes.

Ce cocktail développé par la firme belge Viridaxis est commercialisé sous le nom de FresaProtect. En Suisse, la première année, avec des conditions météorologiques très fraîches en avril, les parasitoïdes ont eu de la peine à s’installer et la population de pucerons n’a pas pu être maîtrisée. L’année suivante, elle a pu être contrôlée avec succès en commençant les lâchers de parasitoïdes plus tôt dans la saison dans un tunnel fermé. Dans le tunnel témoin conduit en production conventionnelle, quatre traitements chimiques ont dû être appliqués, contre aucun dans le tunnel en test. Key words: aphids, biological control, parasitoids, strawberry E-Mail: catherine.baroffio@agroscope.admin.ch. MAAF 11/12/15 Lutter naturellement contre les bio-ravageurs du fraisier. Précurseur de la protection biologique intégrée des cultures, le pôle fraises d’Invenio (le Centre de recherche et d’expérimentation de la filière fruits et légumes d’Aquitaine) a rejoint le réseau DEPHY Expé.

L’objectif : mettre en place une stratégie de lutte globale combinant plusieurs solutions alternatives aux produits phytosanitaires. Zoom sur les parcelles de Sainte-Livrade-sur Lot en Aquitaine, l’un des sites d’expérimentation du centre. Invenio regroupe de nombreux producteurs qui souhaitent améliorer la qualité de leurs produits. C'est notamment le cas des fraises, dont la production en France provient presque à 50% d’Aquitaine. Un programme de recherche d'envergure géré par l'Appellation d’origine protégée (AOP) Nationale Fraises de France a été lancé pour diminuer le recours aux produits phytosanitaires. La culture hors-sol, une réponse aux maladies telluriques. NORWEGIAN UNIVERSITY OF LIFE SCIENCES - 2012 - Thèse en ligne : Integrated pest management on strawberry production in hanging gardens in Sologne (France)

IRDA - Projet de recherche 2014-2018 - Développement d’une régie de production de fraises biologiques. Acta horticulturae 01/2009; Biological control of anthracnose with Trichoderma in strawberry fields. AGRICULTURE CANADA - Projet de recherche 2006-2009 - Lutte biologique contre la tétranyque à deux points et la tarsonème des fraisiers. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA - 2005 - UC IPM - Strawberry Angular Leaf Spot Pathogen: Xanthomonas fragariae.

Strawberry Angular Leaf Spot Pathogen: Xanthomonas fragariae. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 20/11/13 Présentation : Strawberry Pests and Diseases: IPM Studies and the Pallidosis-related Decline. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 30/09/14 IPM – strawberry. MAPAQ - Programme de recherche 2012-2013 - Évaluation de l’efficacité de fongicides chimiques et biologiques afin de lutter contre la pourriture noire des racines dans la fraise. ASSOCIATION HENDY DEBLEDAY / FIBL - 2004 - Guide des meilleures pratiques de production de fraises biologiques. AGROBIO BRETAGNE - Les fiches techniques du réseau GAB/FRAB - Fraisier.