Integrated Pest Control in Viticulture
This book presents some conditions and/or factors which are little known as possibly affecting moth population density, or have been little-studied and, determines their possible usefulness for integrated pest control in vineyards.
Table of Contents
Opening session 1. Opening address 2. Welcome address 3. The European Communities activity in integrated plant protection and the research programmes in viticulture Session 1. Insects and mites 4. Little-suspected conditions possibly affecting the population size of European grape berry moths 5. Study of the biology of Lobesia botrana (Denis et Schiff.) (Tortricidae) in Macedonia (Greece) during 1984–1985 6. Observations on biology and control of grape moths in Venetia 7. Damage evolution, larval sampling and treatment period for grape moths 8. Observations on the biology and risk of grape moths in Piemonte 9. Researches on grape-vine moths in Sardinia 10. The grape-vine moths in the framework of IPM in Sicily 11. About forecasting damage of Lobesia botrana Schiff. carpophagous generation, on the basis of larval mortality of anthophagous generation 12. Investigations on Auchenorrhyncha accused or suspected to be noxious to vine in Italy 13. Researches on natural enemies of viticolous Auchenorrhyncha 14. A new pest of vine in Europe: Metcalfa pruinosa Say (Homoptera: Flatidae) 15. A survey of the grape phylloxera (Viteus vitifoliae (Fitch)) problem a century after its introduction 16. Leaf and root infestation of Viteus vitifoliae (Fitch) on Vitis vinifera (L.) grafted on American roots and ungrafted 17. Preliminary results of the investigations on the diffusion of the grape phylloxera (Viteus vitifoliae (Fitch)) in some plantings of ungrafted European grape-vines on their own roots in Italy 18. Susceptibility of some cultivars of ungrafted European grape-vines to the foliar attack of the grape phylloxera (Viteus vitifoliae (Fitch)): Observations of the triennium 1982-1984 19. Preliminary observations on the composition of the grape phylloxera (Viteus vitifoliae (Fitch)) population in American vine leaves 20. Grape phylloxera (Viteus vitifoliae (Fitch)) infestation on American vine leaves in a nursery at San Pietro a Grado (Pisa) during the years 1982–1983 21. Grape phylloxera, Viteus vitifoliae (Fitch): Heavy foliar infestation in a vineyard near Florence 22. Epigean development of grape phylloxera, Viteus vitifoliae (Fitch), in Tuscan nurseries of American vines, during the years 1982–1983 23. Studies on the correlation between the presence of some Drosophila species and the appearance of grape-vine sour-rot in Lombardy (Italy) 24. Mites of vineyards and control strategies 25. Mites of the grape-vine in Tuscany 26. Grape mites in Sicily - Contribution I 27. Comparison of two control strategies of Panonychus ulmi (Koch) on vineyards 28. Biological control of spider mites in viticulture 29. The biological control of phytophagous mites on vines: Role of Kampimodromus aberrans (Oud.) (Acarina, Phytoseiidae) Session 2. Diseases and weeds 30. The evolution of major vine diseases and methods of control against them 31. Biological and integrated control of gray mould of grape 32. Possible integrated control of grape-vine sour-rot 33. The phytotoxicity of Botrytis cinerea 34. Mechanisms of antagonism of Trichoderma spp. against Botrytis cinerea in grapes 35. Present situation of grape-vine virus diseases with reference to the problems which they cause in Greek vineyards 36. Developments in weed control in viticulture following the Dublin CEC Meeting (June 12–14,1985) on weed problems 37. New opportunities for the weeds control in vine Session 3. Strategies of integrated pest management 38. Strategy problems for integrated pest control in viticulture 39. Principles of integrated protection in vine growing 40. Prediction of risk, control methods and application of integrated pest control 41. Implementation of integrated pest control over a period of six years in a vineyard in the South-East of France 42. Problems and prospectives for integrated control in grape cultivation in Piedmont 43. Integrated control on vine at Bombarral (Lisbon) and Terceira (Azores) 44. The contribution of grape-vine breeding to integrated pest control 45. Closing session 46. Conclusions and recommendations