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Scientific Communications

Attractive ability of CeraTrap® on Ceratitis capitata and Anastrepha spp. in handle var. kent

November 2019
Scientific Communications | Cera-Trap®

In the town of Motupe, Lambayeque, in a commercial field of mango Kent, 15 years old, the present experiment was carried out with the aim of measuring the attraction and capture capacity of Cera Trap on the fruit flies Ceratitis capitata and Anastrepha spp, compared to attractants based on hydrolyzed protein and torula yeast. The food attractants were placed in 1.5 L plastic bottles, with four 0.8 mm diameter holes equidistant in the lower third of the bottle and installed in the lower third...

CERA TRAP®: a bioprotection solution for the control of fruit flies

June 2019
Scientific Communications | Cera-Trap®

Mass trapping emerged in Spain in the 1990s as an alternative and effective system to use. Mass trapping emerged in Spain in the 1990s as an alternative and effective system to the extensive use of insecticide applications, which until then were considered as the only suitable strategy for Control of fruit flies. Insecticide spray programs, whether aerial or localized, ended up causing imbalances in agricultural systems, damaging useful fauna and risks to both the applicator and the final co...

II Latin American Symposium on Biostimulants in Agriculture

November 2018
Scientific Communications | Armurox®

Unfavorable climatic conditions, attacks of pathogens and certain stages of development of the plant trigger the expression of the so-called stress proteins. It is proven that the use of certain biostimulants can elicit the expression of said proteins and other compounds whose function is to protect the cell. In the present work, we evaluate the induction of the defensive response of two eliciting products of the plant defenses developed by Bioiberica. Armurox® is a biostimulant based on pe...

7th International Conference on Silicon in Agriculture

October 2017
Scientific Communications | Armurox®

The benefits of silicon fertilization have been gaining recognition in many crop production systems, specifically those in the grass family. Wheat (Triticum aestivum) is the fourth-most produced grain crop worldwide and a high silicon accumulator plant species. Because of the established benefits of silicon fertilization in crop production and known limitations of current application methods for soil-applied silicon amendments, there is a growing interest in using alternative liquid silicon ...

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