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Control Effects of Frankliniella occidentalis by using Trap Plants and Orius laevigatus in Chrysanthemum PVC House

시설국화에서 트랩식물과 미끌애꽃노린재를 이용한 꽃노랑총채벌레 방제

  • Choi, Yong-Seok (Bioenvironment Research Division, Chungnam Agricultural Research & Extension Services) ;
  • Whang, In-Su (Bioenvironment Research Division, Chungnam Agricultural Research & Extension Services) ;
  • Park, Deog-Kee (Bioenvironment Research Division, Chungnam Agricultural Research & Extension Services) ;
  • Lee, Jun-Seok (Osang K-insect Co. Ltd.) ;
  • Ham, Eun-Hye (Osang K-insect Co. Ltd.)
  • 최용석 (충청남도농업기술원 농업환경연구과) ;
  • 황인수 (충청남도농업기술원 농업환경연구과) ;
  • 박덕기 (충청남도농업기술원 농업환경연구과) ;
  • 이준석 ((주)오상킨섹트) ;
  • 함은혜 ((주)오상킨섹트)
  • Received : 2013.11.05
  • Accepted : 2013.12.05
  • Published : 2013.12.31

Abstract

F. occidentalis (WFT, western flower thrips) is a major pest in artificial chrysanthemum houses. Nnumber of WFT attracted to yellow sticky trap was highest at trap plant and lowest at 15 and 20m places away from trap plant. Number of WFT attracted to yellow stick trap when trap plant was placed in chrysanthemum house 30 days after planting (resident WFT) was 4.4~7.7 times more than at 5 and 10 m places away from trap plant and when trap plant was placed in chrysanthemum house immediately after planting (resident WFT) was 5.7~9.4 times more at 5 and 10 m places away from trap plant. Number of WFT between the place trap plant located and unlocated was undifferent when cultured chrysanthemum formed flower. In case of the plot that trap plant and natural enemy was used simultaneously, number of WFT was highter then chemicals plot. In case of the plot that trap plant and chamicals (chemicals was sprayed on trap plant only) WFT was controlled in trap plant place only but density of WFT on 5m and 10m places away from trap plant was increased. Therefore, WFT could be controlled effectively by use of trap plant (flowering yellow chrysanthemum) and natural enemy simultaneously.

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 농촌진흥청

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