Other occasional pests that can attack the fruit include:Â European corn borer,Â pepper maggot,Â tomato pinworm, andÂ tobacco budworm. In. Efieto da epoca de infestacao do microacaro, Evans, K. (1982). The Tetranychidae—embryonic and juvenile development. It is considered to be native to the Peruvian—Bolivian Andes of South America, where it has been cultivated for approximately the past 2000 years. (1981). Tomato russet mite: a serious pest in tomatoes. (1984). Forrest, J. M. S. and Phillips, M. S. (1984). A technique for monitoring. The target moths have different host plants, so depending on the crops grown on the farm, between 6-8 moth traps will be set for the following: Silver Y Moth, Golden Twinspot Moth, Old World Bollworm, … Todd, J. W. and Herzog, D. C. (1980). Effects of the population of. Bailey, S. F. and Keifer, H. H. (1943). Poe, S. L., Everett, P. H., Shuster, D. J. and Musgrave, C. A. Leaf Miners. Raman, K. V. (1983). Part 1. 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The effects of the feeding of the potato leafhopper on photosynthesis and respiration in the potato plant. Observation of tomato russet mite (Acari: Eriophyidae) damage symptoms in relation to tomato plant development. This can be directly from whitefly feeding or indirectly through the transmission of geminiviruses. The Tetranychidae—webbing. Side-effects of foliar application of urea + ammonium nitrate solution on the Colorado beetle. In, Sorokin, N. S. (1981). Nematode pests of potatoes. Curry, J. P. and Pimentel, D. (1971). Resistance of potato clones to the green peach aphid and potato leafroll virus. Biology of a tydeid mite. (1980a). ], Spaull, A. M., Trudgill, D. L. and Phillips, M. S. (1987). Comparative toxicity of acaricides to, Ruberson, J. R., Tauber, M. J. and Tauber, G. A. (1984). Butter, N. S. and Rataul, H. S. (1973). Gibson, R. W. (1974). Perring, T. M. and Farrar, C. A. Rothamsted Experimental Station, Evans, K. and Trudgill, D. L. (1978). Barnes, H. F. and Weil, J. 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Solanaceous crops, including tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, and potatoes, may be the most popular garden plants, but many diseases commonly affect them. Hoffmann, M. P., Wilson, L. T. and Zalom, F. G. (1987). Development rates, vital schedules, sex ratios and life tables for, Carter, C. and Snyder, J. Cooper, B. Review of research on, Seinhorst, J. W. (1982). (1984). The tomato russet mite in the United States. Differential cold hardiness in adults and nymphs of the peach-potato aphid Myzus persicae. The action of entomopathogenic fungi of the genus, Sombatsiri, K. (1978). Sekeroglu, E. and Ozgur, A. F. (1984). Abou-Awad, B. Most of the Lepidoptera pests previously mentioned can damage the fruit either by surface feeding or boring directly into fruit. Control of Tetranychidae—other outdoor crops. H. S. and Butter, N. S. (1975). Cite as. Insect Pests 20. Aphid penetration of plant tissues. Control of stinkbugs in tomato. (1969). (1981). (1986). Zalom, F. G., Kitzmiller, J., Wilson, L. T. and Gutierrez, P. (1986a). Ekbom, B. S. (1981). Lashomb, J. H. and Ng, Y. S. (1984). [Ground beetles (Coleoptera, Carabidae)—natural enemies of the Colorado beetle, Sorokin, N. S. (1982). These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. A. Trudgill, D. L., Phillips, M. S. and Alphey, T. J. W. (1987). Taylor, R. A. J. and Reling, D. (1986). Also, it is important to note that insects that severely affect one solanaceous crop could have little to no effect on another solanaceous crop. Airey, W. J. Scotland with particular reference to the potato crop. Control of tomato leaf curl virus (TLCV) in tomatoes by controlling the vector whitefly. Jansson, R. K. and Smilowitz, Z. Capsicum, tomato, and eggplant are frequently grown as … Scouting and monitoring for pests is a critical step in quantifying the potential damage that can be caused by a pest and … practice. Insect pests of solanaceous crops.pdf - Google Drive ... Sign in Jansson, R. K. and Smilowitz, Z. (1972). Delong, D. M. (1971). Characterizing resistance to. Acoustical and behavioral analysis of the songs of the southern green stink bug, Hassan, S. A. Ex- Aphids, cutworms, mealybugs, eggs of the lemon butterfly, grubs of … Kajita, H. (1984). (1959). Ecological genetics of insecticide and acaricide resistance. (1978). Toxicity of several insecticides to the southern green stinkbug. Insect pest management: The lesson of Liriomyza. Dawkins, G., Hislop, J., Luxton, M. and Bishop, C. (1986). Leafminer attacking bedding plants in California. The most important of these pests are whiteflies, aphids, leafminers, thrips and spider mites. © 2020 Springer Nature Switzerland AG. Cohen, S. and Melamed-Madjar, V. (1978). In Horticultural Educational Association, Cornu, P. and Gehriger, W. (1981). The effect of aphid immigration on the rate of selection of insecticide resistance in. Leaf miners are destructive pests that suck sap and feed on the leaves, causing white … Whitefly-borne viruses in Israel. 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Early blight and Septoria leaf spot occur … Webb, R. E., Stoner, A. K. and Gentile, A. G. (1971). In. Nabi, M. N. (1984). Studies on slugs of arable ground. Parrella, M. P., Robb, K. L. and Bethke, J. Tyron, E. H., Jr., Poe, S. L. and Cromroy, H. L. (1980). Influence of host plant on the oviposition strategy of Bemisia tabaci. The format we used to discuss insect pests is to arrange them by the type of damage that they do to the crop by early, middle, and late growing seasons. Competitive interactions among endophagous parasitoids of potato tuberworm larvae in southern California. In Georgia, tomato, pepper, and eggplant are typically transplanted from greenhouse plant production sites on the same farm or from commercial plant producers. Effects of three rates of aldicarb and of different degrees of resistance and tolerance in potato cultivars on yields and postharvest population densities of potato cyst nematodes. Simchuk, P. A. A. Insect control becomes critical once developing fruit are present. Other Lepidoptera pests includeÂ cabbage looper,Â tobacco hornworm, andÂ tomato fruitworm. Mite damage to fruit can appear as a bronzing or russeting of the fruit surface. Unable to display preview. In Georgia,Â tomato fruitwormÂ andÂ beet armywormÂ are both typical summer pests that bore into tomato fruit. Bionomics of the tomato russet mite, Robert, Y. Monitoring of whiteﬂy … (1982). Plants should be regularly inspected for virus symptoms and infected plants removed immediately. Control of Tetranychidae in crops—greenhouse ornamentals. Insect-defensive chemistry of potato glandular trichomes. Leafminer control on tomatoes in the Indian River area. The effect of cultural measures on behaviour and population development of potato aphids and transmission of viruses. Thomas, D. C. (1947). Masking of host plant odour in the olfactory orientation of the Colorado potato beetle. Since most of the acreage of these crops is currently in plasticulture, which is very expensive, plant uniformity is critical to maintaining production efficiency. Influence of nitrogen on population parameters of potato insects: abundance, population growth, and within-plant distribution of the green peach aphid, Jatala, P., Kaltenbach, R. and Bocangel, M. (1979). (1975). The red imported fire ant as a predator of the southern green stinkbug on soyabean in Georgia. In, Giustina, W. D. (1976). Clough, M. S., Bale, J. S. and Harrington, R. (1990). Incidence, economic importance and control of tomato leaf curl in Jordan. (1983). (1982). By the middle of the nineteenth century, it was a major crop in both western and eastern hemispheres. Native predators and the control of potato aphids. In, Schroder, R. F. W. and Athanus, M. M. (1985). (1968). Iacob, N. (1978). In. Control of potato cyst nematode, Whitehead, A. G. (1986). Stephenson, J. W. and Bardner, R. (1977). 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R., Wyman, J. 126.96.36.199. ... history of important key pests of crops a nd their management strategies are outlined . Two other foliage feeders that have been reported in Georgia in recent years are mites [spider mitesÂ in tomato and eggplant andÂ broad mitesÂ in pepper and eggplant] and less frequently,Â leafminers. In. (1983). Penman, D. R. and Chapman, R. B. Prevention of tomato leaf curl virus by controlling its vector. Knop, N. F. and Hoy, M. A. Sharaf, N. S. and Allawi, T. F. (1980). The potato, Solanum tuberosum L., is one of the world’s staple food crops. Collmann, G. L. and All, J. N. (1980). Longevity and reproduction of the southern green stink bug. Impact of feeding by tomato fruitworm, Zehnder, G. W. and Trumble, J. T. (1984). Lamp, W. O., Morris, M. J. and Armbrust, E. J. Not logged in Parrella, M. P. and Robb, K. L. (1982). Cone, W. W. (1985). This is particularly a problem for fruit being shipped into regions where peppers are quarantined for pepper weevil importation. The Tetranychidae—dispersal. Flanders, R. V. and Oatman, E. R. (1987). It also can avoid early season pests. Insect pest control on potatoes. (1985). I. Kay, I. R. (1986). Anderson, S. and Anderson, K. (1982). Kennedy, J. S., Day, M. F. and Eastop, V. F. (1962). (1984). [The use of biopreparations.]. Barnes, H. F. (1944). Forbes, A. R. (1977). Hovey, C. L. (1943). Stephenson, J. W. (1965). Mor, U. and Marani, A. A study of resistance of wild tomato species to the greenhouse whitefly. The biology of, Snyder, J. and Carter, C. (1984). Hunter, P. J. Van Eaimden, H. F., Eastop, V. F., Hughes, R. D. and Way, M. J. II. In. (1974). Anderson, J. Insecticide resistance in the Colorado potato beetle. The table on the following pages lists several vegetables, herbs, fruit, cut flowers, bedding plants, cover crops and weeds by plant family. The bionomics of leafhoppers. Effects of few insecticides alone and in combination with agricultural spray oil on the control of whitefly. Chemical control of the southern green stinkbug, tomato fruitworm and potato aphid on vining tomatoes in Southern Georgia. Cohen, S., Antignus, Y. and Ben-Joseph, R. (1984). And … Raman, K. V. and Palacios, M. (1983). Mndolwa, D., Bishop, G., Corsini, D. and Pavek, J. The Tetranychidae—systematics. McKinney, K. B. Ho, C. C. and Lo, K. C. (1979). In North America, flea beetles most often become pests when attacking plants in the families Brassicaceae, also known as crucifers and cole crops (e.g. The effect of whitefly populations on the cropping of tomatoes. Response of two-spotted spider mite to. Chemical and integrated control of cyst nematodes. pp 263-326 | Tomato pests in South Africa, their potential damage and their control. 201F Plant Science Building, 1405 Veterans Drive, University of Kentucky Lexington, KY 40546-0312 Insects that cause irregular ripening of tomato includeÂ whiteflies. Introduction and evaluation of improved varieties of solanaceous (tomato, chilli), cucurbits (watermelon, squash, zucchini, cucumber, melon), crucifers (broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage), salad crops (carrot, … Tuta absoluta (tomato leaf miner) (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) and Neoleucinodes elegantalis (eggplant stem borer or tomato borer) (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) are two emerging pests of Solanaceous crops … However, insects that transmit disease agents, such as whitefly or thrips vectored plant viruses, can also have similar devastating effects on yield. Castresana-Estrada, L., Notario-Gomez, A. and Brizuela, G. C. (1981). Partial resistance of tomato to the greenhouse whitefly (. Studies on the scent of stinkbugs (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Trudgill, D. L. (1985). The influence of an alternative food on the effectiveness of proprietary molluscicidal pellets against two species of slugs. However, these types of high input, uniform production practices also can lead to specific insect problems that can be exacerbated in these controlled environments. Langenbruch, G. A., Kreig, A., Huger, A. M. and Schnetter, W. (1985). Mote, U. N. (1979). Mite thresholds have not been established for Georgia, but we recommend a single treatment at the first sign of mite damage. New mite pests on greenhouse crops and on grapevine. Effects of insecticides on populations of the vegetable leafminer and associated parasites on summer pole tomatoes. Thrips vectored tomato spotted wilt virus also causes distinctive irregular ripening with circular patterns on the fruit. Thrips populations greater than 5 per blossom can cause direct damage, but again, most of the damage occurs at much lower levels when thrips vector TSWV, and this must be prevented at an earlier plant growth stage. Jones, F. G. W. and Perry, J. N. (1978). (1977). Biological control of. Gravena, S., Churata-Masca, M. G. C., Arai, J. and Raga, A. (1955). Sexual pheromone in the greenhouse whitefly. Briese, D. T. (1986). Audemard, H. and D’Aguilar, J. However, many of the insects that attack tomato also attack potato. Approaches to integrated control of. reservoirs for many pests (including viruses) and also sources of weed seeds. Temerak, S. A. Southern green stink bug (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) damage to fresh market tomatoes. McKinlay, R. G. (1988). Integrated control of potato cyst nematode. Field management of the potato tuberworm. Las, A. Suggestions for determination and terminology of pathotypes and genes for resistance in cyst-forming nematodes, especially Heterodera avenae. Parrella, M. P. and Keil, C. B. Plant family names can be easily identified because they end in " … Quantitative losses caused by the tomato russet mite, de Ponti, O. M. B., Steenhuis, M. M. and Elzinga, P. (1983). Zalom, F. G., Wilson, L. T. and Hoffmann, M. P. (1986b). Wysoki, M. (1985). New data on. Being a vegetatively propagated crop, infection of parent potato plants with systemic virus diseases will reduce the yields of progeny plants grown from parent plant tubers. A. Inundative releases of, Kisha, J. S. A. Penman, D. R., Chapman, R. B. and Jesson, K. E. (1981). (1969). Images are fromÂ http://www.insectimages.orgÂ or D. Riley's and A. Sparks' personal collection unless otherwise specified. Potatoes are attacked by a range of pests which reduces tuber yields either directly by consumption (potato tuber moth, slugs) or indirectly by transmitting viral diseases (aphids) or debilitating plants through defoliation (Colorado potato beetle), sap removal (leafhoppers) or root attack (nematodes). Suitability of common weed species as host plants for the potato leafhopper. Pyrethroid resistance in glasshouse whitefly. A predatory stinkbug, Metcalf, R. L. (1986). Worms that feed on fruit surfaces after extensive foliar damage late in the season include tobacco hornworm and various armyworms. Laboratory and field studies on the antifeedant effect of piperonyl butoxide against the Colorado potato beetle on eggplant. Lange, W. H. (1987). In. For more information, visit the Language Translation page. The ecology of insecticides and the chemical control of insects. In. A dipterous pest of vegetable crops under glass: Azmy, N. M. (1980). Solanaceous greenhouse crops are susceptible to infestation by a high number of insect and mite pests that can cause serious yield losses. Major Insect-pests of solanaceous crop (tomato & potato) and their management ... Serpentine leaf miner Liriomyza trifolii An recent introduction, and attacks several crops. Effects of commonly used insecticides on the potato tuberworm and its associated parasites and predators in potatoes. The University of Georgia © 2019 | All rights reserved. Currently, the most difficult early season pest to control isÂ thripsÂ [species: tobacco, westernflower] that transmitÂ tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV)Â which causes a severe wilt disease in most solanaceous crops. MacVean, C. M., Brewer, J. W. and Capinera, J. L. (1982). Early season, preventative treatments are much more effective. The control of the greenhouse whitefly on gherkins with insect growth regulators and insecticides. (1985). Anderson, L. D. (1954). Dixon, P. L. (1986). (1982). Where it occurs, pepper weevil can be the most severe pest in peppers (it does not damage tomato), but the distribution in Georgia is mostly limited to farm sites where weevils were introduced and populations were not systematically eradicated.Â Pepper weevilÂ must be controlled by flowering to prevent establishment of damaging levels in the field. Download preview PDF. Effects of fenvalerate and azinphos-methyl on two-spotted spider mite and phytoseid mites. Warley, A. P. (1970). Sikura, A. I. and Sikura, L. V. (1983). The activity of slugs. For later invading cutworms, it is at the time that damage is first detected, and for defoliators, it is at 10% defoliation. Gerling, D. and Or, R. (1984). Bethke, J. The effect of glasshouse red spider. (1985). Damage to potatoes: Irrigation and slug attack. This type of damage often does not become apparent until the fruit begins to ripen (for example, the pink and red stages of tomato ripening). Alarm pheromone activity. McKinlay, R. G. and Kerr, D. S. (1985). (1974). (1966). Hagel, G. T. and Landis, B. J. https://extension.uga.edu/.../commodities/vegetables/solanaceous-crops.html Not affiliated Taylor, D. E. (1978). For example, insecticide treatment in greenhouses can concentrate selection for pesticide resistance to that insecticide if resistant insects survive the greenhouse production and are carried with transplants to the field. Spatial and diel activity of, © Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 1992, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-349-09924-5_8. Broad mites occur more frequently in the fall production season, but spider mites can occur in the spring and fall growing seasons. The tomato russet mite, Balandras, C. M. (1985). Mishra, P. N. (1986). The influence of aphids on the glandular hairs on tomato plants. A. and El-Banhawy, E. M. (1985). Sexual behavior of the greenhouse whitefly (, Aina, O. J., Rodriquez, J. G. and Knaval, D. E. (1972). (1980c). Carey, J. R. and Bradley, J. W. (1982). Daiber, K. C. (1985). This is a preview of subscription content, Abou-Awad, B. Another important group of insects that directly attack solanaceous fruit are the true bugs, includingÂ stink bugsÂ andÂ leaffooted bugs, that cause a dimpling, speckling and blotchy discoloration of the fruit. Genetics and evolution of resistance to insecticides. Martin, N. A., Workman, P., Burgess, E. P. and Wearing, C. H. (1984). Trudgill, D. L., Mathias, P. L. and Tones, S. J. McKinlay, R. G. and Franklin, M. F. (1983). Pests of tomato crops Background Tomato growers should be aware of the potential risk from viroids, viruses and other pests and diseases that can affect tomato crops. Modelling populations of cyst-nematodes (Nematoda: Heteroderidae). Photosynthesis and assimilate transport in potato with top-roll disorder caused by the aphid Macrosiphum euphorbiae. This can occur on fruit that appear marketable to the untrained eye, thus allowing infested fruit to be processed and shipped. Mite responses in relation to trichomes of. Fagoonee, I. and Toory, V. (1984). On the introduction into Italy of, Waite, G. K. (1980). Veverka, K. and Oliberius, J. Rice, R. E. and Strong, F. E. (1962). Life cycle of the greenhouse whitefly. DeOliveira, C. A. L., Eschidpapti, D., Velho, D. and Sponchiado, O. J. The main species of Lepidoptera that attack tomato foliage in Georgia include the various species of armyworms [beet armyworm,Â Southern armyworm,Â yellow-striped armyworm]. Johnson, M. W., Welter, S. C., Toscano, N. C., Ting, I. P. and Trumble, J. T. (1983). Studies on the whitefly, Hessein, N. A. and Perring, T. M. (1986). A., Parella, M. P., Trumble, J. T. and Toscano, N. C. (1987). Pest descriptions (hyperlinked in the text) are included in the following sections and the levels of injury expected from an insect species are noted by crop species. Dewar, A., Devonshire, A. and Ffrench-Constant, R. H. (1988). Potato cyst nematodes: a critical review of the current pathotyping scheme. The parasite-host relationship between, Noldus, L. P. J. J., Xu, R. M. and van Lenteren, J. C. (1985). Li, T. Y. and Maschwitz, U. (1972). Johnson, M. W., Oatman, E. R. and Wyman, J. Quantitative assessment of the predators of. Providing proper herbicide practices are followed, corn is a good, economic crop to reduce pressure of this disease between solanaceous crops and cucurbits. Johnson, M. W., Oatman, E. R. and Wyman, J. Resistance of potato lines to potato moth, Noldus, L. P. J. J., Rumei, X. and van Lenteren, J. C. (1986a). Called the nightshade family or the potato family, Solanaceae has more than 90 genera and nearly 3,000 species distributed throughout the world. Transmission of bacterial soft rot of potatoes by slugs. Other important chewing insects that can occasionally occur on tomato and eggplant areÂ Colorado potato beetleÂ andÂ vegetable weevil. Depending on the amount of scouting done, the presence of worms in the field usually signals the need for treatment. Different stages of pests like eggs, larvae, and pupa can be easily figured out, and they should be picked up regularly and destroyed. potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant, peppers). Ragsdale, D. W., Larson, A. D. and Newsom, L. D. (1981). Pickett, C. H. and Gilstrap, F. E. (1986). (1982). Feeding habits of the Tydeidae with evidence of. Jones, M. G. K. and Northcote, D. J. Cabbage looper and southern armyworm can occur later in the spring and throughout the summer, whereas beet armyworm, corn earworm, and tobacco hornworm are more prevalent during the late summer and fall. Ant predation on Colorado beetle (. Effect of host plant nutrition on the population of the two-spotted spider mite. Methomyl-induced outbreak of Liriomyza sativae on tomato. Influence of temperature on life history and population parameters of Tetranychus urticae. 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The adult weevils can complete their development inside of the fruit and eventually bore their way out of the fruit wall. Attachment of the potato leafhopper to soybean plant surfaces as affected by morphology of the pretarsus. The parasite-host relationship between. Effects of different systemic granular insecticides on the population of whitefly. Some of the more easily controlled pests of solanaceous crop seedlings areÂ flea beetles [species: tobacco, southern tobacco, pale striped] that cause small shot-holes in leaves,Â wirewormsÂ [species: southern potato, tobacco, gulf], or whitegrubs, that attack the stem and roots causing the plant to wilt, and cutworms [species: black and granulate] that clip the plant off at the soil line. [The role of insect natural enemies.]. Study of the effectiveness of two juvenile hormone analogues and of bioresmethrin against the whitefly (, Godzinska, E. J. broccoli, kale, cabbage, collards), and Solanaceae (e.g. Plant feeding by, Sasser, J. 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