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Rhynchophorus ferrugineus Defra PP Factsheet Oct 2016 FINAL4


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Red palm weevil
Rhynchophorus ferrugineus
Figure 1. Red palm weevil adult intercepted in the UK on a gourd imported from Sri Lanka © Fera
Background
Rhynchophorus ferrugineus Olivier (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) is a highly invasive pest of
palms that can have a significant economic, environmental and social impact when
introduced into new geographical areas. It is the most important pest of date palm
(Phoenix dactylifera) in the world and...

planthealthportal.defra.gov.uk

Sustainable Land Management ebook


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Sustainable Land
Management
CHALLENGES, OPPORTUNITIES, AND TRADE-OFFS
AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENTSustainable
LAND
MANAGEMENTTHE WORLD BANK
Washington, DC
Sustainable
LAND
MANAGEMENT
Challenges, Opportunities, and Trade-offs? 2006 The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/The World Bank
1818 H Street, NW
Washington, DC 20433
Telephone 202-473-1000
Internet www.worldbank.org
E-mail feedback@worldbank.org
All rights reserved....

siteresources.worldbank.org

Chilo spp


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Screening Aid
The stem borers, Chilo spp. , are some of the most important pests
of cereal crops throughout Asia. Larvae cause serious damage to
rice, corn, sorghum, and sugar-cane by boring into the leaf funnels
during the seedling growth stage (causing “dead-heart”) and late\
r
by feeding on internal stem tissue and inflorescences during the
reproductive growth stage. Feeding by Chilo larvae can result in
significant reduction in yields...

idtools.org

biocontrols diadegma 285


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Photo 1. Diadegma seeking its host. Photo 2. Diadegma has located a second stage
diamondback moth caterpillar.
Photo 3. Diadegma laying an egg in a second
stage diamondback moth caterpillar.
Photo 4. Diadegma wasp preening or cleaning
its body after egg laying.
Photo 5. The pupa of diamondback moth,
yellowish and about 8 mm long. It is blunt at
one end and tapered at the other.
Photo 6. Pupa of Diadegma. The pupa if the
diamondback moth is...

pestnet.org

Post Harvest Compendium Groundnut


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GROUNDNUT
Post-harvest Operations
- Post-harvest CompendiumGROUNDNUT: Post -harvest Operations
Organization: National Research Centre for Groundnut (ICAR ) ( www.icar.org.in )
Authors: P.C. Nautiyal, Ph.D. (nautiyal@nrcg.guj.nic.in or pnaut@ad1.vs nl.nic.in )
Edited by AGSI/FAO: Danilo Mejia, PhD (Technical), Beverly Lewis (Language & Style),
Last reviewed: 07/06/2002
Contents
Preface...

fao.org

1721 G 3 layout


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A review of Aleurodaphis41
A review of Aleurodaphis (Hemiptera, Aphididae,
Hormaphidinae) with the description of one new species and keys to species
Li-Yun Jiang †, Ge-Xia Qiao ‡
Key Laboratory of Zoological Systematics and Evolution and National Zoological Museum of China, Institute
of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100101, P. R. China
† urn:lsid:zoobank.org:author:3386E41A-0B18-4558-97D0-F96E2489F5D5
‡ urn:lsid:zoobank.org:...

pensoft.net

01leafstreak


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J. Pierzynski (1), J. O’Mara (1), and N. Tisserat (2). (1) Department Plant
Pathology, Kansas State University, Manhattan (2) Department Bioagricultural
Sciences and Pest Management, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins.
Older leaf symptoms of bacterial
leafstreak showing yellowing of
lesions between veins. Photo
courtesy S.H. Droplets of bacterial
ooze from bacterial leaf
streak lesions. Photo
courtesy T.W. Mew.
Reprinted from Webster,
R.K...

plantmanagementnetwork.org

Mango fruit borer FS


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Fact sheet
Mango fruit borer
What is Mango fruit borer?
Man\fo fruit borer (Citripestis eutraphera) is a \best
of man\foes in India\R, Indonesia and \bar\Rts of the
Northern Territory.
What does it look like?
Adult moths live fo\Rr about a week and\R lay 125-
450 e\f\fs on rou\fh areas of the fruit a\Rnd \bedicels.
Larvae enter the f\Rruit and feed on t\Rhe \bul\b and seed.
The infested fruit \Rdro\b \brematurely. A fully \frown
cater\billar can...

planthealthaustralia.com.au

00001270


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Citrus Greening
Roberts and Brlansky. December 2007.
NPDN Publication No. 0025
Citrus Greening
or
Huanglongbing

Introduction

Distribution

Symptoms

Host

Vector

Management
Introduction

Original observations of the disease were
made by farmers in southern China in the late
1800s

Citrus greening was confirmed in Florida in
2005

The Chinese name, Huanglongbing, meaning
yellow shoot or yellow dragon refers to the
leaf yellowing...

swfrec.ifas.ufl.edu

AFRGM Field Guide Pdf


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African Rice Gall Midge:
Biology, Ecology and Control
CGIAR
®
F.E. Nwilene, K.F. Nwanze and O. Okhidievbie
Africa Rice Center (WARDA)
Field Guide
and Technical ManualISBN 92 9113 236 5 (PDF)
ISBN 92 9113 255 1 (print)
About Africa Rice Center (WARDA)
Africa Rice Center (WARDA) is an autonomous intergovernmental research association of
African member states and also one of the 15 international agricultural research Centers
supported by the...

africarice.org

Biosafety Protocol Private Sector Submission Article 18 2b and c


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30 November 2007
Implementation of the Documentation Requirements
of Paragraphs 2(b) and 2(c) of the Cartagena Protocol:
Experiences of the Global Industry Coalition
Further to the request by the Parties to Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety ( Protocol ),
other Governments and relevant international organizations to submit to the Executive
Secretary further information on experience gained with the use of a commercial invoice
or other...

croplife.org

Field guide to Adaptive Collaborative Management and improving women’s participation


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Field guide to Adaptive
Collaborative Management
and improving women’s
participation
Kristen Evans, Anne Larson, Esther Mwangi, Peter Cronkleton,
Tendayi Maravanyika, Xochilt Hernandez, Pilar Müller, Alejandro Pikitle,
Roberto Marchena, Concepta Mukasa, Alice Tibazalika and Abwoli Banana
Field guide to Adaptive Collaborative
Management and improving women’s
participation
Kristen Evans
Anne Larson
Esther Mwangi
Peter Cronkleton
Tendayi...

cifor.org

66. Preserving wild food plants ensures a better future for all


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Hibiscus sabdariffa
Malvaceae
L.
Detail of flowers and leaves. (Morton J.)
Harvested calyses. (Armstrong W.P.)
LOCAL NAMES
English (white sorrel,rozelle,roselle,red sorrel,jamaica); Malay (asam
susur); Thai (kachieb priew)
BOTANIC DESCRIPTION
Hibiscus sabdariffa is an erect, mostly branched, annual shrub. Stem
reddish in colour and up to 3.5 m tall, with a deep penetrating taproot.
Leaves variously colored, dark green to red; leaves alternate,...

worldagroforestry.org

Insect Pests of Bamboos in Asia (Part 2)


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Eggs, which are laid in clusters on the back surface of
leaves in the upper crown, take about a week to hatch.
Larvae remain in leaf cases for 11 months, feeding in
groups at the first two instars and individually
thereafter. The third instar larvae diapause in leaf cases
during summer and winter months and become active
in early March (Xu Tiansen 1989, 1992a; Nakahara
and Kobayashi 1963).
? Crocidophora...

inbar.int

Insect Pests of Bamboos in Asia (Part 3)


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? Other Aphids Chucallis bambusicola Tak., Pseudoregma albostriata Liao, P. alexanderi Tak. and P. koshunensis Tak. are found on shoots of Miscentus sp., Sinocalamus oldhami and Dendrocalamus latiflorus, but in low numbers and cause only minor damage.
Other common aphids include Astegopteryx insularis van der Goot, Takecallis arundinariae Essig., T. taiwanus Tak., Melanaphis bambusae Full., Pseudoregma...

inbar.int

Nursery Techniques for Rattan


Laurence G. Kirton
John Dransfield N. Manokaran
FOREWORD
The International Network for Bamboo and Rattan was established in 1993 to promote collaborative research on these two non-timber forest products which are so important in large areas of the tropics.
At a planningmeetinglheld in June 1993 in Singapore, national program scientists made a series of recommendations, following detailed discus- sions by Working Groups of experts in different...

inbar.int

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