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ENDURE 23/11/10 Now available: 26 new leaflets in French Étude de Cas sur la Vigne Numéro 3: Confusion sexuelle pour le contrôle des tordeuses de la vigne

ENDURE 23/11/10 Now available: 26 new leaflets in French Étude de Cas sur la Vigne Numéro 3: Confusion sexuelle pour le contrôle des tordeuses de la vigne

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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA - NOV 2009 - European Grapevine Moth, Lobesia botrana: A New Pest in California Provisional Guidelines (Updated 2/11) Adult female European grapevine moth. Grape bunches with webbing, frass, and fungal infections. Grapevine moth larvae hollow out berries, leaving behind the skin and seeds. The shell (chorion) of a European grapevine moth egg, from which the larva has emerged. International Journal of Food Microbiology Volume 158, Issue 2, 17 August 2012, Salmonella can reach tomato fruits on plants exp Abstract Outbreaks of Salmonella enterica have been associated with tomatoes and traced back to production areas but the spread of Salmonella in agricultural fields is still poorly understood. Post-rain Salmonella transfer from a point source to the air and then to tomato plants was evaluated. GFP-labeled kanamycin-resistant S. enterica serovar Typhimurium (108 CFU/mL) with and without expression of the rdar morphotype (rough colonies; cells with fimbriae and cellulose) was used as the point source in the center of a rain simulator. Rain intensities of 60 and 110 mm/h were applied for 5, 10, 20, and 30 min. Petri dishes with lactose broth and tomato plants with fruit (50–80 cm high) were placed in the simulator after the rain had ceased.

African Journal of Agricultural Research Vol. 6(12), pp. 2725-2736, 18 June, 2011 Influence of preharvest and postharvest treatm Full Length Research Paper T. S. Workneh1*, G. Crop Protection Volume 30, Issue 12, December 2011, A new model for predicting the flight activity of Lobesia botrana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) a Department of Mathematics, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Camino de Moledores s/n, 13071 Ciudad Real, Spainb Department of Civil Engineering, University of Burgos, Calle Villadiego s/n, 09001 Burgos, Spainc Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Comenius University, Mlynská dolina 842 48, Bratislava 4, Slovakiad Regulatory Council for the Designation of Origin (D.O.) Ribera del Duero, Calle Hospital, 6 09300 Roa, Burgos, Spain Received 13 February 2011, Revised 2 September 2011, Accepted 4 September 2011, Available online 25 September 2011 Choose an option to locate/access this article: Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution Check access

EFSA 15/10/14 Scientific Opinion on the pest categorisation of Tomato yellow leaf curl virus and related viruses causing tomato yellow leaf curl disease in Europe EFSA Journal 2014;12(10):3850 [27 pp.]. doi:10.2903/j.efsa.2014.3850 EFSA Panel on Plant Health (PLH)Panel Members Richard Baker, Claude Bragard, Thierry Candresse, Gianni Gilioli, Jean-Claude Grégoire, Imre Holb, Michael John Jeger, Olia Evtimova Karadjova, Christer Magnusson, David Makowski, Charles Manceau, Maria Navajas, Trond Rafoss, Vittorio Rossi, Jan Schans, Gritta Schrader, Gregor Urek, Irene Vloutoglou, Stephan Winter and Wopke van der WerfAcknowledgment The Panel wishes to thank the members of the Working Group on Dir 2000/29 Viruses, Thierry Candresse and Stephan Winter, for the preparatory work on this scientific opinion, and EFSA staff, Virág Kertész, for the support provided to this scientific opinion.Contact

The development, regulation and use of biopesticides for integrated pest management Chandler, Dave, Bailey, Alastair, Tatchell, Mark (G. Mark), Davidson, G. (Gill), Greaves, Justin and Grant, Wyn. (2011) The development, regulation and use of biopesticides for integrated pest management. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, Vol.366 (No.1573). pp. 1987-1998. ISSN 0962-8436 APS - 2014 - Compendium of Tomato Diseases and Pests, Second Edition Botanically speaking, tomato is a fruit. But by common understanding it is often considered a vegetable as well. Regardless of which term you use, tomato is the most “Googled” fruit and one of the most commonly grown. Unfortunately, tomato plants are also a common target for many diseases and pests, affecting production for anyone growing the crop, including commercial producers trying to maximize yield and the small scale gardener who wants flawless and flavorful garden fresh tomatoes for salads, cooking, and canning. Enter Compendium of Tomato Diseases and Pests, Second Edition.

Efficacy of Biochemical Biopesticides that may be used in Organic Farming Chunxue Cao, The Ohio State University - OARDC Gary Vallad, University of Florida - IFAS Meg McGrath, Cornell University Brian McSpadden Gardener, The Ohio State University - OARDC Environmental Entomology 37(2):382-390. 2008 Spatial Analysis of Lobesia botrana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) Male Population in a Mediterranean Agricultural Landscape in Central Italy Recherche avancée Scholar Recherche avancée Articles contenant ex. : "P Flajolet" ou J Fauvet ex. : Journal de la Société de biologie ou Revue Romane ex. : 1996

Food Microbiology 30 (2012) Transfer of Salmonella Enteritidis to four types of surfaces after cleaning procedures and cross-contamination to tomatoes Open Access Abstract The objectives of the present study were to evaluate the spread of Salmonella Enteritidis to different cutting boards (wood, triclosan-treated plastic, glass, and stainless steel) from contaminated poultry skin (5 log CFU/g) and then to tomatoes and to analyze the effect of different protocols used to clean these surfaces to control contamination. The following procedures were simulated: (1) no cleaning after handling contaminated poultry skin; (2) rinsing in running water; (3) cleaning with dish soap and mechanical scrubbing; and (4) cleaning with dish soap and mechanical scrubbing, followed by disinfection with hypochlorite. The pathogen was recovered from all surfaces following procedure 1, with counts ranging from 1.90 to 2.80 log, as well as from the tomatoes handled on it.

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