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Carrot fly

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Publications on carrot fly

BIOLOGY AND BEHAVIOUR

COLLIER, R.H., ELLIOTT, M.S. & FINCH, S. (1994). Development of the overwintering stages of the carrot fly, Psila rosae, (Diptera:Psilidae). Bulletin of Entomological Research 84, 469-476.

COLLIER, R.H. & FINCH, S. (1996). Field and laboratory studies on the effects of temperature on the development of the carrot fly (Psila rosae F.). Annals of Applied Biology 128, 1-11.

FINCH, S. & COLLIER, R.H. (2004). A simple method – based on the carrot fly - for studying the movement of pest insects. Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 110, 201-205.

MONITORING

FINCH, S. & COLLIER, R.H. (1988). Development of traps for monitoring populations of the carrot fly. Integrated Control in Field Vegetable Crops. IOBC/WPRS Bulletin X1/1. pp. 1?7.

FINCH, S. & COLLIER, R.H. (1989). Effects of the angle of inclination of traps on the numbers of pests and beneficial Diptera caught on sticky boards. Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 52, 23-27.

COLLIER, R.H. & FINCH, S. (1990). Some factors affecting the efficiency of sticky traps for capturing the carrot fly Psila rosae. Bulletin of Entomological Research 80, 153-158.

COLLIER, R.H., FINCH, S., EMMETT, B.J. & BLOOD-SMYTH, J. (1990). Monitoring populations of the carrot fly, Psila rosae, with sticky and water traps. Annals of Applied Biology 116, 441-446.

COLLIER, R.H. & PHELPS, K. (1994). Carrot fly monitoring as an effective tool for pest management: how many flies have to be trapped? Aspects of Applied Biology 37, 259-263.

COLLIER, R.H. & PHELPS, K. (1996). Using trapping data to decide whether or not to spray against carrot fly. Integrated Control in Field Vegetable Crops. IOBC/WPRS Bulletin 1996 19 (11), 1-6.

FINCH, S., FREULER, J. & COLLIER, R.H. (1999). Monitoring populations of the carrot fly Psila rosae. International Organisation for Biological Control of Noxious Animals and Plants, West Palearctic Regional Section, 108pp.

FORECASTING

PHELPS, K., COLLIER, R.H., READER, R.J. & FINCH, S. (1993). Monte Carlo simulation method for forecasting the timing of pest insect attacks. Crop Protection 12, 335-342.

FINCH, S., COLLIER, R.H. & PHELPS, K. (1996). A review of work done to forecast pest insect attacks in UK horticultural crops. Crop Protection 15, 353-357.

COLLIER, R.H., FINCH, S. & PHELPS, K. (1992). The feasibility of using models to forecast carrot fly attacks in commercial carrot crops. Integrated Control in Field Vegetable Crops. IOBC/WPRS Bulletin 1992/XV/4, pp. 69-76.

COLLIER, R.H., FINCH, S. & PHELPS, K. (1995). Forecasting attacks by insect pests of horticultural field crops. Integrated Crop Protection: Towards sustainability? BCPC Symposium Proceedings No 63. pp 423-430.

INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT

FINCH, S. & COLLIER, R.H. (2000). Integrated pest management in field vegetable crops in northern Europe – with focus on two key pests. Crop Protection 19, 817-824.

DAVIES, J. & COLLIER, R.H. (2000). Strategies for controlling carrot fly while minimizing pesticide inputs. Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium – Timing of field production in vegetable crops. Acta Horticulturae 533, 575-582.

COLLIER, R.H., FINCH, S. & DAVIES, J.S. (2003). New ways of manipulating field populations of the carrot fly. Integrated Control in Field Vegetable Crops. IOBC/WPRS Bulletin 26 (3), 57-60.

COLLIER, R. (2009). Review of carrot fly control in Northern Europe – 2009. OEPP/EPPO, Bulletin OEPP/EPPO Bulletin 39, 116–120

COLLIER, R & FINCH, S. (2009). A review of research to address carrot fly (Psila rosae) control in the UK. OEPP/EPPO, Bulletin OEPP/EPPO Bulletin 39, 121–127

ORGANIC PRODUCTION

COLLIER, R.H.& FINCH, S. (2000). Strategies for controlling the carrot fly (Psila rosae F.) in organic crops. Proceedings 52nd International Symposium on Crop Protection, 9 May 2000, Gent, Belgium, 227-233.

COLLIER, R.H., FINCH, S. & DAVIES, G. (2001). Pest insect control in organically-produced crops of field vegetables. Mededelingen Faculteit Landbouwkundige en Toegepaste Biologische Wetenschappen 66 (2a), 259-267.

 

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