The efficacy of novel physical barriers for the management of pests of field vegetable crops

A Fulton, KA Evans, RL Walker, Glen Powell

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Abstract

The revocation of many horticultural insecticides, particularly for cabbage root fly (Delia radicum) control, has increased the need to evaluate practical alternatives for the control of insect pests on vegetable field crops. One innovative approach being pursued is the use of novel physical barriers that can be applied to crops, which protect them from insect attack. An overview of the initial stages of this work in swedes and carrots, the methodology being followed and some results are presented.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings Crop Protection in Northern Britain 2004
PublisherThe Association for Crop Protection in Northern Britain
Pages177-182
Publication statusPrint publication - 2004

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Fulton, A., Evans, KA., Walker, RL., & Powell, G. (2004). The efficacy of novel physical barriers for the management of pests of field vegetable crops. In Proceedings Crop Protection in Northern Britain 2004 (pp. 177-182). The Association for Crop Protection in Northern Britain.