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Tuta absoluta (Meyrick), a key pest of tomato, is quickly spreading over the world. We are evaluating the biology and pest control capacity of three Neotropical mirid species, Campyloneuropsis infumatus (Carvalho), Engytatus varians (Distant) and Macrolophus basicornis (Stal). Here we report about...

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Lenteren, J. C. van; Bueno, V. H. P.; Smit, J.; Soares, M. A.; Calixto, A. M.; Montes, F. C.; Jong, P. de
Publisher
Department of Agricultural Sciences, Bologna, Italy
Citation
Bulletin of Insectology, 2017, 70, 1, pp 69-74
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Plant parasitic nematodes such as root-knot nematodes (RKNs) are a major threat to vegetables, fruits and ornamental plants which cause yield loss. One of the best alternative methods of nematode control is using the entomopathogenic fungi (EPF). The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of ...

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Kepenekci, İ.; Saglam, H. D.; Oksal, E.; Yanar, D.; Yanar, Y.
Publisher
Egyptian Society for Biological Control of Pests, Cairo, Egypt
Citation
Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control, 2017, 27, 1, pp 117-120
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Vegetable production is an important component of agriculture and also an essential part of a balanced human diet. In recent years, vegetable production has also become an income generating enterprise for those farmers who are located close to markets and road sides. Local varieties and practices...

Author(s)
Singh, A. K.
Publisher
Hind Agri-Horticultural Society, Muzaffarnagar, India
Citation
International Journal of Plant Protection, 2017, 10, 1, pp 106-110
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There is a risk that Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) and its vector, whiteflies of the Bemisia tabaci species complex, will become established in greenhouses in temperate regions of the world, including northern Europe. In this study, TYLCV isolated from imported tomato fruit in Estonia...

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Just, K.; Sattar, M. N.; Arif, U.; Luik, A.; Kvarnheden, A.
Publisher
Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry, Kedainiai District, Lithuania
Citation
Žemdirbystė (Agriculture), 2017, 104, 1, pp 47-52
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Aim: Annual reports have shown that 20% of fruits and vegetables produced are lost to spoilage. This study was undertaken to isolate and identify fungi that are associated with spoilt fruits commonly sold in Gwagwalada market, Abuja, and recommend appropriate control measure. Materials and Methods: ...

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Mailafia, S.; Okoh, G. R.; Olabode, H. O. K.; Osanupin, R.
Publisher
Veterinary World, Rajkot, India
Citation
Veterinary World, 2017, 10, 4, pp 393-397
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During the last few decades, Tomato yellow leaf curl disease (TYLCD) has resulted in heavy yield losses and increased incidences in tropical and subtropical regions. In Oman, six different species of begomoviruses were found to be associated with TYLCD. However, Tomato yellow leaf curl virus-Oman...

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Ammara, U.; Al-Sadi, A. M.; Al-Shihi, A.; Imran Amin
Publisher
Friends Science Publishers, Faisalabad, Pakistan
Citation
International Journal of Agriculture and Biology, 2017, 19, 1, pp 145-151
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Studies on seasonal incidence of the fruit borer, Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner) on tomato were conducted under field conditions at Central Research Farm, SHIATS, Naini, Allahabad during Rabi, 2014-15. The incidence of fruit borer commenced in 8th standard week (third week of February) with an...

Author(s)
Renu Choudhary; Keshav Mehra; Vikram; Veer Singh
Publisher
Dr P. R. Yadav, Muzaffrnagar, India
Citation
Journal of Experimental Zoology, India, 2017, 20, 1, pp 85-87
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Objective: The present study investigated virus species, distributions, and mixed-infections of tomato-infecting begomoviruses in Guangxi, in order to provide theoretical support for tomato breeding and rational distribution of tomato anti-virus variety. Method: Since 2011, the study have...

Author(s)
Li ZhanBiao; Xu PengChao; Qin BiXia; Su Qin; Xie HuiTing; Cui LiXian; Cai JianHe
Publisher
Guangxi Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Nanning, China
Citation
Journal of Southern Agriculture, 2017, 48, 1, pp 72-81
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The present review aims to discuss the evolution of the procedures for the identification of the powdery mildew pathogens. The morphometric characteristics deciphered by light microscopy and scanning electron microscopy, and the availability of molecular tools have contributed to the identification ...

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Félix-Gastélum, R.; Maldonado-Mendoza, I. E.; Beltran-Peña, H.; Apodaca-Sánchez, M. Á.; Espinoza-Matías, S.; Martínez-Valenzuela, M. del C.; Longoria-Espinoza, R. M.; Olivas-Peraza, N. G.
Publisher
Sociedad Mexicana de Fitopatología, A.C., Texcoco, Mexico
Citation
Revista Mexicana de Fitopatología, 2017, 35, 1, pp 106-129
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In Sub-Himalayan West Bengal tomato is grown round the year. Substantial loss of the crop has been experienced by the farmers' of the area due to wilt disease caused by Ralstonia solanacearum. R. solanacearum is a devastating, soil borne bacterial pathogen of tomato. The pathogen is non-motile in...

Author(s)
Hrisikesh Mandal; Prosenjit Chakraborty; Shibu Das; Arnab Saha; Tanushree Sarkar; Dipanwita Saha; Aniruddha Saha
Publisher
Association of Agricultural Technology in Southeast Asia (AATSEA), Ladkrabang, Thailand
Citation
International Journal of Agricultural Technology, 2017, 13, 1, pp 19-30

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