Posters | Optimus®
The application program of ripeners is a task within the program of maintenance and development of commercial plantations of CATSA. It is set at the beginning of the ripening stage of the crop. Basically seeking three objectives: A) Promoting short-term maturity on the upper third of the stem of sugar cane. B) Encouraging a reduction of foreign matter promoting a better quality of burning at harvest. C) Encicle areas by planting time outdated or varietal component. Its answer is largely rela...
Posters | Armurox®
Rice (Oryza sativa) is a typical Silicon accumulator plant (Si), in which fertilization programs is common the application of this element for its beneficial action. Thee high accumulation Si in the shoots of rice increases both multiple resistance against biotic and abiotic stresses. Silicon is the second most abundant element on the ground, however, is poorly soluble so there is a growing need to use exogenous sources of assimilable silicon, that enhance absorption and maximize their effec...
Posters | Suzukii Trap®
As we gain more knowledge during the 2014 season, recommendations for assembling, placing, and servicing traps may change. New trap designs are being explored. Two traps that have proven highly effective can be made for capturing adult SWD flies.
Posters | Cera-Trap®
The objective of the trail was to evaluate the effectiveness of food attractants in the capture of adults of Anastrepha fraterculus on apple trees in Brazil. In all orchards evaluated the total fruit flies captured was greater in the traps baited with CeraTrap®, followed by Torula, BioAnastrepha® and red grape juice. The attractant of CeraTrap® is more effective in the period of pre and fruit harvest.
Posters | Cera-Trap®
The South American fruit fly Anastrepha fraterculus (Wied., 1830) (Diptera: Tephritidae) is one of the main species of insect pests that cause damage to the fruit trees in the southern region of Brazil. CeraTrap ® has been responsible for 50.5% of A. fraterculus captured in the experiment, being more effective than the other attractants evaluated.