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Record number 401271
Title Verbeterde spintbestrijding door inductie van plantweerbaarheid in komkommer
Author(s) Messelink, G.J.; Groot, E.B. de; Holstein, R. van
Source Bleiswijk : Wageningen UR Glastuinbouw (Rapporten GTB 1045) - 22
Department(s) WUR GTB Gewasgezondheid
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2010
Keyword(s) tetranychus urticae - komkommers - cucumis sativus - biologische landbouw - biopesticiden - cucumbers - organic farming - microbial pesticides
Categories Biological Control of Pests
Abstract Samenvatting en vertaling voor internet De biologische bestrijding van spint in komkommer met de roofmijt Phytoseiulus persimilis gaat beter op planten die vooraf behandeld zijn met middelen die resistentie induceren. Plantmetingen (metabolietenanalyses) geven aan dat deze resistentie sterk gekoppeld is aan de aanmaak van flavonoïde afweerstoffen die spint remmen in hun groeisnelheid. Dit onderzoek werd gefinancierd door het Productschap Tuinbouw in samenwerking met het ministerie van Economische Zaken, Landbouw en Innovatie. Abstract Biological control of the spider mite Tetranychus urticae by the predator Phytoseiulus persimilis is significantly enhanced on cucumber plants where resistance was induced by elicitors. Plant metabolomic analyses showed that resistance was strongly correlated with the production of flavonoids, which slow down the population incresae of spider mites. This study was supported by the Dutch Product Board for Horticulture and the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation.
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