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La colonisation de pucerons en cultures de melon - L'emploi des bandes fleuries comme outil de régulation

Abstract : The impact of flower strips on the colonization of crops by the aphid Aphis gossypii and its natural enemies was studied from 2013 et 2015 within the framework of the AGATH project, funded by the Ministère de l’Agriculture, de l’Alimentation et de la Forêt (Casdar) and led by the Ctifl. A mix of flowers, tailored by the INRA (French National Institute for Agricultural Reasearch) to attract natural enemies of aphids in the proximity of melon crops without having a negative impact on the crops, was assessed in a network of plots throughout the three main melon production areas. The attractivity of this mix of flowers to natural enemies was characterized. The density of A. gossypii and of arthropod predator and/or parasitoid populations was compared in melon plots with these flower strips and in identical plots in terms of crop management but with bare soil.
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Sébastien Picault, Jérôme Lambion, David Bouvard, Sandrina Deboevre, Daniel Lavigne, et al.. La colonisation de pucerons en cultures de melon - L'emploi des bandes fleuries comme outil de régulation. Infos CTIFL, 2017, 331, pp.35-43. ⟨hal-01607398⟩

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