The brown marmorated stink bug Halyomorpha halys was detected for the first time in Italy in 2012 in the province of Modena. Between 2014 and 2016, a specific monitoring program was carried out in some farms in the provinces of Modena and Reggio Emilia, focusing on pear orchards and the adjacent uncultivated areas (hedges and herbaceous areas) using active techniques to assess the abundance, seasonality and impact of H. halys and other phytophagous Heteroptera. The results showed that just a few years after the first detection, this invasive species largely outperforms all other Heteroptera, and is a seasonal-long pest that caused considerable damage in several farms, with over 50% deformed fruits. The mirids are found mainly in herbaceous areas and crops, while the other phytophagous Heteroptera, only occasionally found in the orchard, are mainly found on the hedges and in other crops. The present survey demonstrates for the first time the great damaging potential of H. halys as a new key pest for fruit orchards in southern Europe.

L’invasiva Halyomorpha halys è fitofago chiave dei frutteti: risultati del monitoraggio triennale in Emilia / Maistrello, L.; Vaccari, G.; Caruso, S.; Costi, E.; Bortolini, S.; Macavei, LAURA IOANA; Foca, G.; Ulrici, A.; Bortolotti, P. P.; Nannini, R.; Casoli, L.; Fornaciari, M.; Mazzoli, G. L.; Dioli, P.. - 1:(2018), pp. 273-284. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Giornate Fitopatologiche tenutosi a Chianciano Terme (SI) nel 6-9 Marzo 2018.

L’invasiva Halyomorpha halys è fitofago chiave dei frutteti: risultati del monitoraggio triennale in Emilia.

Maistrello L.;Costi E.;MACAVEI, LAURA IOANA;Foca G.;Ulrici A.;
2018

Abstract

The brown marmorated stink bug Halyomorpha halys was detected for the first time in Italy in 2012 in the province of Modena. Between 2014 and 2016, a specific monitoring program was carried out in some farms in the provinces of Modena and Reggio Emilia, focusing on pear orchards and the adjacent uncultivated areas (hedges and herbaceous areas) using active techniques to assess the abundance, seasonality and impact of H. halys and other phytophagous Heteroptera. The results showed that just a few years after the first detection, this invasive species largely outperforms all other Heteroptera, and is a seasonal-long pest that caused considerable damage in several farms, with over 50% deformed fruits. The mirids are found mainly in herbaceous areas and crops, while the other phytophagous Heteroptera, only occasionally found in the orchard, are mainly found on the hedges and in other crops. The present survey demonstrates for the first time the great damaging potential of H. halys as a new key pest for fruit orchards in southern Europe.
Giornate Fitopatologiche
Chianciano Terme (SI)
6-9 Marzo 2018
1
273
284
Maistrello, L.; Vaccari, G.; Caruso, S.; Costi, E.; Bortolini, S.; Macavei, LAURA IOANA; Foca, G.; Ulrici, A.; Bortolotti, P. P.; Nannini, R.; Casoli, L.; Fornaciari, M.; Mazzoli, G. L.; Dioli, P.
L’invasiva Halyomorpha halys è fitofago chiave dei frutteti: risultati del monitoraggio triennale in Emilia / Maistrello, L.; Vaccari, G.; Caruso, S.; Costi, E.; Bortolini, S.; Macavei, LAURA IOANA; Foca, G.; Ulrici, A.; Bortolotti, P. P.; Nannini, R.; Casoli, L.; Fornaciari, M.; Mazzoli, G. L.; Dioli, P.. - 1:(2018), pp. 273-284. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Giornate Fitopatologiche tenutosi a Chianciano Terme (SI) nel 6-9 Marzo 2018.
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