RAVAGEURS DE LA TOMATE PDF

Résumé - Deux techniques visant à la protection de la culture de la tomate en préalable du ravageur sur la culture a été réalisée, suivie de l'introduction de 2. dont la chenille attaque la tomate. • Le papillon est de couleur . Conférence internationale sur les ravageurs et auxiliaires en agriculture. Les maladies de la tomate: Identifier, connaître, maîtriser eBook: Dominique Blancard: : Ses principaux ravageurs sont aussi largement évoqués.


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Un nouveau ravageur de la tomate en France: Tuta absoluta (Meyrick) | C. Cocquempot -

In the first method, an initial introduction of the pest ravageurs de la tomate followed by the introduction of 2 predators, Amblyseius andersoni and Phytoseiulus persimilis. These predators differ in their demographic properties and polyphagy and should exert a complementary action on the pest population.

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The aim of this "pest in first" technique was to ensure a successful colonization of the crop by the predators throughout the season. The second part comprises numerous information sheets detailing the characteristics of most tomato pathogens, geographic distribution, impact ravageurs de la tomate production, types of symptoms, and life history of the plant.

This section also describes the range of plant protection and disease resistance measures currently available.

RAVAGEURS DE LA TOMATE PDF

Nematode management is primarily dependent on the application of chemical nematicides. These nematicides are often broadcasted uniformly on the cultivated fields regardless of the relative nematode distribution in the farm.

Each week, both crops were observed and the evolution of ravageurs de la tomate damage was recorded by means of a visual index figs 1, 2. Leaf damage was greater in the biological control greenhouse, and this led to further introduction of predators.

But at the end of the season, no significant differences in yield and fruit size were observed between treatments.