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Duso, C. and Pozzebon, A. and Baldessari, M. and Angeli, G. (2011) Current status of grapevine leafminers in north-eastern Italy. [Conference papers] In: Working Group “Integrated Protection and Production in Viticulture”. Proceedings of the Meeting at Staufen im Breisgau (Germany), 01 – 04 November, 2009.

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Abstract (english)

Up to 2007, two species of grapevine leafminers were known in Italy as well as in Europe: Phyllocnistis vitegenella Clemens and Holocacista rivillei (Stainton). They are usually considered minor pests and do not require specific control measures. However, an increasing importance of these pests has
been observed in north-eastern Italy in recent growing seasons. An additional leafminer species belonging to the genus Antispila was also detected in 2007 in north-eastern Italy. The origin of this species, which is new for Europe, is still unknown. The phenology, pest status, and natural control of these leafminer species have been investigated in a number of vineyards located in the Veneto and Trentino regions. The implications of leafminer occurrence for integrated pest management (IPM) on grapevines are discussed.

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EPrint type:Conference papers (Presentazione)
Anno di Pubblicazione:2011
More information:Per informazioni sulla pubblicazione: alberto.pozzebon@unipd.it
Key Words:Phyllocnistis vitegenella, Holocacista rivillei, Antispila sp., grape, leafminer, pest status, natural control
Settori scientifico-disciplinari MIUR:Area 07 - Scienze agrarie e veterinarie > AGR/11 Entomologia generale e applicata
Struttura di riferimento:Dipartimenti > pre 2012 - Dipartimento di Agronomia Ambientale e Produzioni Vegetali
Codice ID:4295
Depositato il:29 Sep 2011 15:12
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