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For more information, visit the Language Translation page. Effects of three rates of aldicarb and of different degrees of resistance and tolerance in potato cultivars on yields and postharvest population densities of potato cyst nematodes. Langenbruch, G. A., Kreig, A., Huger, A. M. and Schnetter, W. (1985). Insecticidal effects on, Pollard, D. G. (1977). In, Yang, O. H. and Chen, C. X. Its members are characterized by flowers with five petals, … Taylor, C. E. (1986). ], Spaull, A. M., Trudgill, D. L. and Phillips, M. S. (1987). Ho, C. C. and Lo, K. C. (1979). Photosynthesis and assimilate transport in potato with top-roll disorder caused by the aphid Macrosiphum euphorbiae. The treatment threshold for worms that attack the fruit is very low. A single lime green, small shiny egg on the top or bottom surface of leaves of not only tomatoes but pepper and other solanaceous crops indicates their presence. Damage to tomato and aubergine by broad mite. MONITORING Monitor crops for both pests and natural control mechanisms Involves scouting for pests (insects, diseases and weeds) … 3. New data on. Resistance, Gentile, A. G., Webb, R. E. and Stoner, A. K. (1968). Castresana-Estrada, L., Notario-Gomez, A. and Brizuela, G. C. (1981). Childs, G., Poe, S. L. and Bassett, M. J. In. Sperm precedence and prolonged copulation in the southern green stinkbug. The effect of aphid immigration on the rate of selection of insecticide resistance in. Part of Springer Nature. Thomas, D. C. (1947). Veverka, K. and Oliberius, J. Martin, N. A. and Workman, P. (1986). (1985). Partial resistance of tomato to the greenhouse whitefly (. A. Iacob, N. (1978). Studies on whiteflies on tomato in the Jordan Valley. Cabbage looper and southern armyworm can occur later in the spring and throughout the summer, whereas beet armyworm, corn earworm, and tobacco hornworm are more prevalent during the late summer and fall. (1980b). 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Broad mites occur more frequently in the fall production season, but spider mites can occur in the spring and fall growing seasons. ], Smith, J. C. and Newsom, L. D. (1970). Ishiwatari, T. (1974). Sharaf, N. S. and Allawi, T. F. (1981). The ecology of Myzus persicae. A revision of the gall-mites (Acarina: Eriophyidae) occurring on tomato with a key to the Eriophyidae recorded from solanaceous plants. Tyron, E. H., Jr., Poe, S. L. and Cromroy, H. L. (1980). pp 263-326 | The influence of an alternative food on the effectiveness of proprietary molluscicidal pellets against two species of slugs. Pictured are the green peach aphid (Myzus persicae) on pepper and po-tato aphid (Macrosiphum euphorbiae) with … These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. Content adapted from An IPM Scouting Guide for Common Pests of Solanaceous Crops in Kentucky, developed by the UK Vegetable IPM Team comprised of Kenneth Seebold, Extension Plant Pathologist; … (1982). Comparative toxicity of acaricides to, Ruberson, J. R., Tauber, M. J. and Tauber, G. A. In Georgia, tomato fruitworm and beet armyworm are both typical summer pests that bore into tomato fruit. Oatman, E. R. and Kennedy, G. G. (1976b). (1954). A study on. (1984). A predatory stinkbug, Metcalf, R. L. (1986). (1983). Anderson, S. and Anderson, K. (1982). Tolerance of cyst nematode attack by potatoes. Biology of a tydeid mite. Introduction and evaluation of improved varieties of solanaceous (tomato, chilli), cucurbits (watermelon, squash, zucchini, cucumber, melon), crucifers (broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage), salad crops (carrot, … Other important chewing insects that can occasionally occur on tomato and eggplant are Colorado potato beetle and vegetable weevil. Influence of temperature on life history and population parameters of Tetranychus urticae. Blackman, R. L. and Eastop, V. F. (1984). Barnes, H. F. (1944). Other occasional pests that can attack the fruit include: European corn borer, pepper maggot, tomato pinworm, and tobacco budworm. Fransen, J. J., Winkelman, K. and Van Lenteren, J. C. (1987). Seasonal activity of slugs. In, Schroder, R. F. W. and Athanus, M. M. (1985). (1986). Casagrande, R. A. (1987). Insecticide resistance in the Colorado potato beetle. Cross, J. V. and Bassett, P. (1982). Eschiapati, D., DeOliveira, C. A. L., Velho, D. and Sponchiado, O. J. In. Resistance to leaf miners. Rothamsted Experimental Station, Evans, K. and Trudgill, D. L. (1978). (1959). The induction of top-roll symptoms on potato plants by the aphid Macrosiphum euphorbiae. (1984). (1983). Direct toxicity and repellent activity of pyrethroids against. Field evaluation of some exotic parasitoids of potato tuber moth. Study of the effectiveness of two juvenile hormone analogues and of bioresmethrin against the whitefly (, Godzinska, E. J. (1965). Iftner, D. C., Hall, F. R. and Sturm, M. M. (1986). In pepper, broad mites are the main mite problem in the Southeastern USA and spider mites are more of a problem in tomato. Zalom, F. G., Kitzmiller, J., Wilson, L. T. and Gutierrez, P. (1986a). Jansson, R. K. and Smilowitz, Z. Effects of different systemic granular insecticides on the population of whitefly. Trudgill, D. L., Phillips, M. S. and Alphey, T. J. W. (1987). © 2020 Springer Nature Switzerland AG. Some aspects of the biology, ecology and control of slugs in S.E. (1981). Boiteau, G. (1986). The University of Georgia © 2019 | All rights reserved. [Irrigation and natural enemies. Unable to display preview. Control of tomato leaf curl virus (TLCV) in tomatoes by controlling the vector whitefly. Kennedy, J. S., Day, M. F. and Eastop, V. F. (1962). Quantitative studies on the uptake and retention of potato leafroll virus by aphids in laboratory and field conditions. Plant feeding by, Sasser, J. N. and Freckman, D. W. (1987). 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Insect pest management: The lesson of Liriomyza. A. and Mayor, A. J. Warley, A. P. (1970). Ecological study on insect pests of chilli tomato and their control. (1973). The induction of activity by changing temperatures. The influence of aphids on the glandular hairs on tomato plants. Called the nightshade family or the potato family, Solanaceae has more than 90 genera and nearly 3,000 species distributed throughout the world. Gerson, U. Oviposition and pupation of. Van Eaimden, H. F., Eastop, V. F., Hughes, R. D. and Way, M. J. The activity of slugs. For example, insecticide treatment in greenhouses can concentrate selection for pesticide resistance to that insecticide if resistant insects survive the greenhouse production and are carried with transplants to the field. McKinlay, R. G. (1988). This type of damage often does not become apparent until the fruit begins to ripen (for example, the pink and red stages of tomato ripening). (1986). Taylor, R. A. J. and Reling, D. (1986). (1987). Ecology of the potato leafhopper on alfalfa and other crops. Worms that feed on fruit surfaces after extensive foliar damage late in the season include tobacco hornworm and various armyworms. A study of resistance of wild tomato species to the greenhouse whitefly. Report of the entomologist and vegetable pathologist. Jones, M. G. K. and Northcote, D. J. The effect of glasshouse red spider. The Tetranychidae—mating and chemical communication. Airey, W. J. Suski, Z. W. and Badowska, T. (1975). When referring to fruiting vegetables, all of the above except potato, a root/tuber crop, are included. [The use of biopreparations.]. Laboratory and field experiments on the control of whitefly populations with organophosphorous insecticides and the incidence of the tomato yellow leaf-curl virus. Cooper, B. Stoner, A. K. and Stringfellow, T. (1967). Cite as. Spencer, K. A. the economic value of crops with minimal effects on the environment. In, Giustina, W. D. (1976). (1974). Cantelo, W. W., Boswell, A. L. and Argauer, R. J. Janet Lensing State Survey Coordinator S225 Ag Science North Lexington, KY 40546-0091 859-257-5838 janet.lensing@uky.edu Relative tolerance of 3 different strains of the predatory mite. Hower, A. Berlinger, M. J., Dahan, R. and Mordechi, S. (1986). II. Reduction of tomato leaflet photosynthesis rates by mining activity of. Methomyl-induced outbreak of Liriomyza sativae on tomato. Susceptibility of the tomato russet mite, Ahman, I. and Ekbom, B. S. (1981). Laboratory studies on damage to potato tubers by slugs. Southern green stink bug (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) damage to fresh market tomatoes. Panzzi, A. R. and Slansky, F., Jr. (1985). Sexual pheromone in the greenhouse whitefly. Ragsdale, D. W., Larson, A. D. and Newsom, L. D. (1981). Stacey, D. L., Wyatt, I. J. and Chambers, R. J. The biology of, Snyder, J. and Carter, C. (1984). Brown, R. D. and Jones, V. P. (1983). The parasite-host relationship between, Noldus, L. P. J. J., Xu, R. 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N. and Wright, V. L. (1988). Review of research on, Seinhorst, J. W. (1982). In. In. Lee, Y. I., Kogan, M. and Larsen, J. R., Jr. (1986). The parasite-host relationship between, Noldus, L. P. J. J., Xu, R. M. and van Lenteren, J. C. (1986b). Kajita, H. (1984). Hoffmann, M. P., Wilson, L. T. and Zalom, F. G. (1987). Crawford-Sidebotham, T. J. We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. Port, C. M. and Port, G. R. (1986). The eradication campaign against American serpentine leaf miner, Pozarowska, B. J. Johnson, K. B., Radcliffe, E. B. and Teng, P. S. (1986). Gildow, F. E. (1987). The parasite-host relationship between. (1982). Prevention of the spread of tomato yellow leaf curl virus transmitted by. Two other foliage feeders that have been reported in Georgia in recent years are mites [spider mites in tomato and eggplant and broad mites in pepper and eggplant] and less frequently, leafminers. The Spanish introduced potatoes to Europe during the second half of the sixteenth century. Perring, T. M. and Farrar, C. A. This can be directly from whitefly feeding or indirectly through the transmission of geminiviruses. Biological control in New Caledonia of. The action of entomopathogenic fungi of the genus, Sombatsiri, K. (1978). Fecundity of. (1980). Did you know that many of the world’s biggest commercial crops – like potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant, sweet and hot peppers and tobacco – come from the same family of plants? (1972). Powell, D. F. (1982). Slugs—a study in applied ecology. (1956). Insect pest control on potatoes. Rodriquez-Velez, J. Johnson, M. W., Welter, S. C., Toscano, N. C., Ting, I. P. and Trumble, J. T. (1983). Mazzone, P. and Viggiani, G. (1985). The main species of Lepidoptera that attack tomato foliage in Georgia include the various species of armyworms [beet armyworm, Southern armyworm, yellow-striped armyworm]. Eelworm problems in north Fenland with special reference to crop rotation. (1985). Delong, D. M. (1971). Pest descriptions (hyperlinked in the text) are included in the following sections and the levels of injury expected from an insect species are noted by crop species. And … Leaf Miners. Daiber, K. C. (1985). (1984). On the introduction into Italy of, Waite, G. K. (1980). Studies in the resistance of tomatoes to mites. Taylor, D. E. (1978). Suggestions for determination and terminology of pathotypes and genes for resistance in cyst-forming nematodes, especially Heterodera avenae. (1985). The Tetranychidae—embryonic and juvenile development. Also, it is important to note that insects that severely affect one solanaceous crop could have little to no effect on another solanaceous crop. In, Gutierrez, J. For specific commercial control options, please refer to the tomato, pepper, and eggplant sections of the UGA Pest Management Handbook.Â. (1969). Tomato russet mite: a serious pest in tomatoes. A. Pesticide resistance in Tetranychidae. The Tetranychidae—webbing. Whiteflies cause problems for Southern California growers. Survey of the attitudes of seed potato growers in south-east Scotland to aphid control and their use of insecticides in 1977–81. Rodriquez, J. G., Knavel, D. E. and Aina, O. J. (1985). Hunter, P. J. Effects of insecticides on populations of the vegetable leafminer and associated parasites on summer pole tomatoes. Effects of insecticides on populations of the vegetable leafminer and associated parasites on fall pole tomatoes. Kropczynska, D. and Tomczyk, A. Other insects that cause dimpling of tomato are thrips. Shelton, A. M., Wyman, J. Abou-Awad, B. Raman, K. V. and Palacios, M. (1983). Harris, V. E., Todd, J. W., Webb, J. C. and Benner, J. C. (1982). Duffus, J. E. and Flock, R. A. Thiery, D. and Visser, J. H. (1986). Stephenson, J. W. and Bardner, R. (1977). Biological control of whitefly—initial pest density as the most important factor governing success. These crops share a number of insect and disease pests, so any crop rotation … Hernandez-Roque, F. (1973). The ecology of insecticides and the chemical control of insects. Capsicum, tomato, and eggplant are frequently grown as … Prevention by soil mulching of the spread of tomato leaf curl virus transmitted by, Cohen, S., Melamed-Madjar, V. and Hameiri, J. Chemical control of the twospotted spider mite on field beans. A. Lamb, K. P. (1953). Depending on the amount of scouting done, the presence of worms in the field usually signals the need for treatment. Potato aphid and leaf roll virus control: insecticide granules and sprays. Mor, U. and Marani, A. By the middle of the nineteenth century, it was a major crop in both western and eastern hemispheres. McKinlay, R. G. (1985). In Georgia, tomato, pepper, and eggplant are typically transplanted from greenhouse plant production sites on the same farm or from commercial plant producers. Möller, F. W. (1971). (1983). The mouthparts and feeding mechanism of aphids. Harris, V. E. and Todd, J. T. (1980). The distribution of slug damage in a potato crop. The insects that damage these crops range in their ability to reduce yields, with the fruit feeders typically causing the most severe direct damage. Crooker, A. This leaflet details some of the … It is considered to be native to the Peruvian—Bolivian Andes of South America, where it has been cultivated for approximately the past 2000 years. Humidity requirements and storage of the entomopathogenic fungus. Whitefly-transmitted disease complex of the Desert Southwest. Hunter, P. J. Tobacco thrips usually settles on tomato very early in the season beginning at transplant. Quantitative assessment of the predators of. Dewar, A., Devonshire, A. and Ffrench-Constant, R. H. (1988). Wysoki, M. (1985). Choudhary, R., Prasad, T. and Raj, B. T. (1983). Hagel, G. T. and Landis, B. J. However, mid-season insecticide treatments are mostly ineffective for reducing TSWV. Airey, W. J. In. (1975). Resistance of tomato varieties to spider mites. Observation of tomato russet mite (Acari: Eriophyidae) damage symptoms in relation to tomato plant development. [Parasites of the potato moth. Resistance of potato clones to the green peach aphid and potato leafroll virus. The potato, Solanum tuberosumL., is one of the world’s staple food crops. Providing proper herbicide practices are followed, corn is a good, economic crop to reduce pressure of this disease between solanaceous crops and cucurbits. Dispersal of vegetable leaf miner. (1978). Laboratory and field studies on the antifeedant effect of piperonyl butoxide against the Colorado potato beetle on eggplant. Monitoring of whitefly … The ‘Iowa’ potato beetle, its discovery and spread to potatoes. Pests of tomato crops Background Tomato growers should be aware of the potential risk from viroids, viruses and other pests and diseases that can affect tomato crops. Chalfant, R. B. Effects of insecticides on populations of the vegetable leafminer and associated parasites on summer pole tomatoes. (1974). Inundative releases of, Kisha, J. S. A. Not affiliated Plant family names can be easily identified because they end in " … Over 10 million scientific documents at your fingertips. Another important group of insects that directly attack solanaceous fruit are the true bugs, including stink bugs and leaffooted bugs, that cause a dimpling, speckling and blotchy discoloration of the fruit. Barnes, H. F. and Weil, J. W. (1944). Biological control of. (1985). Sikura, A. I. and Sikura, L. V. (1983). Li, T. Y. and Maschwitz, U. Field cage trials with thiotepa-sterilised males of the potato moth. Roush, R. T. and McKenzie, J. And Tones, S. and Melamed-Madjar, V. L. ( 1985 ) Bishop, C. 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