Protection from Olive Flies (Olea Bractocera) with Innovative Eco-biology Methods
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- Flies, Olive, Pheromones, Weather Station, Xare
- Bacaj, Mendim; Isufi, Enver
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- Plant protection in agriculture is among the most important agronomic practices .This is so for two major reasons; diseases and insects do huge economic damage, and also plant protection products in most cases are not friendly to the health of People, other living things and the environment .In the plant of olive the fly (Bractocera oleae) is a key pest. It took this status for several reasons: First appears in olive groves almost every year with high intensity. Secondly economic causes great harm to the quantity and quality of production. Third protection of olive fruits of its has high economic and ecological costs. This study aimed to improved some elements of techniques to protect the olive from the fly as monitored accurately fly in the olive groves, the use of weather onditions on the interpretation of the biology of the insect and inform farmers through e-mails in receiving the measures by product type for the protection of plants. At temperatures above 35 degrees Celsius are not recommended treatments for plants with protection products, because larval development is interrupted.
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