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The control of eriophyoid mites: state of the art and future challenges

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The superfamily of the Eriophyoidea is a large and diverse group of mites, including a number of species of economic importance, mainly on perennial plants in agriculture and forestry. This review focuses on the economic importance and pest status of this group of mites, with emphasis on some genera. The available acaricide portfolio is reviewed and the influence of EU legislation policy on the sustainable control of Eriophyoidea is investigated. Possible generic guidelines for sustainable control and resistance management with special reference to the European situation are discussed. Recent advances in biological and integrated control of eriophyid mite pests and the implementation of these techniques in crops are explored. Furthermore, the relevance of studies on behaviour, epidemiology and diagnostics in general terms and as a strategic necessity is pointed out.
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Pesticide review program, EU Directive 91/414/EEC, Acaricides, Plant resistance, Biological control, Integrated pest management, Acaricide resistance, 2-SPOTTED SPIDER-MITE, CITRUS RUST MITE, TETRANYCHUS-URTICAE ACARI, ACULOPS-LYCOPERSICI MASSEE, TOMATO RUSSET MITE, ACERIA-GUERRERONIS ACARI, ANDERSONI CHANT ACARI, PEACH SILVER MITE, BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL, PREDATORY MITES, Rust mites, Eriophyoidea

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Van Leeuwen, Thomas, Johan Witters, Ralf Nauen, Carlo Duso, and Luc Tirry. 2010. “The Control of Eriophyoid Mites: State of the Art and Future Challenges.” Experimental and Applied Acarology 51 (1-3): 205–224.
APA
Van Leeuwen, Thomas, Witters, J., Nauen, R., Duso, C., & Tirry, L. (2010). The control of eriophyoid mites: state of the art and future challenges. EXPERIMENTAL AND APPLIED ACAROLOGY, 51(1-3), 205–224.
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Van Leeuwen T, Witters J, Nauen R, Duso C, Tirry L. The control of eriophyoid mites: state of the art and future challenges. EXPERIMENTAL AND APPLIED ACAROLOGY. 2010;51(1-3):205–24.
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Van Leeuwen, Thomas, Johan Witters, Ralf Nauen, et al. “The Control of Eriophyoid Mites: State of the Art and Future Challenges.” EXPERIMENTAL AND APPLIED ACAROLOGY 51.1-3 (2010): 205–224. Print.
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  abstract     = {The superfamily of the Eriophyoidea is a large and diverse group of mites, including a number of species of economic importance, mainly on perennial plants in agriculture and forestry. This review focuses on the economic importance and pest status of this group of mites, with emphasis on some genera. The available acaricide portfolio is reviewed and the influence of EU legislation policy on the sustainable control of Eriophyoidea is investigated. Possible generic guidelines for sustainable control and resistance management with special reference to the European situation are discussed. Recent advances in biological and integrated control of eriophyid mite pests and the implementation of these techniques in crops are explored. Furthermore, the relevance of studies on behaviour, epidemiology and diagnostics in general terms and as a strategic necessity is pointed out.},
  author       = {Van Leeuwen, Thomas and Witters, Johan and Nauen, Ralf and Duso, Carlo and Tirry, Luc},
  issn         = {0168-8162},
  journal      = {EXPERIMENTAL AND APPLIED ACAROLOGY},
  keyword      = {Pesticide review program,EU Directive 91/414/EEC,Acaricides,Plant resistance,Biological control,Integrated pest management,Acaricide resistance,2-SPOTTED SPIDER-MITE,CITRUS RUST MITE,TETRANYCHUS-URTICAE ACARI,ACULOPS-LYCOPERSICI MASSEE,TOMATO RUSSET MITE,ACERIA-GUERRERONIS ACARI,ANDERSONI CHANT ACARI,PEACH SILVER MITE,BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL,PREDATORY MITES,Rust mites,Eriophyoidea},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1-3},
  pages        = {205--224},
  title        = {The control of eriophyoid mites: state of the art and future challenges},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10493-009-9312-9},
  volume       = {51},
  year         = {2010},
}

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