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Niyazov O.D.,All Russia Research Institute for Biological Plant Protection
Entomological Review | Year: 2015

This article, dedicated to the memory of E.S. Sugonyaev, is based on publications of the developers of the integrated system of cotton pest control in Turkmenistan. Field studies of the cotton agroecosystem were conducted for 5–6 years beginning from 1971 in Murghab Oasis. It was found that no protective measures were required in the presence of 250–300 active zoophages per 100 cotton plants, and also that cotton sowing dates were of great significance for pest control. © 2015, Pleiades Publishing, Inc. Source


Kostjukov V.V.,All Russia Research Institute for Biological Plant Protection | Kosheleva O.V.,All Russia Research Institute for Biological Plant Protection
Entomological Review | Year: 2015

Dzhanokmenia evgenyi sp. n. (Hymenoptera, Eulophidae, Tetrastichinae) from Stavropol Territory of Russia is described. The new species is compared to D. bibikovae (Dzhanokmen, 1971). © 2015, Pleiades Publishing, Inc. Source


Kostjukov V.V.,All Russia Research Institute for Biological Plant Protection | Nakonechnaya I.V.,All Russia Research Institute for Biological Plant Protection | Kosheleva O.V.,All Russia Research Institute for Biological Plant Protection | Apolonina T.M.,All Russia Research Institute for Biological Plant Protection | And 3 more authors.
Entomological Review | Year: 2015

A technology of non-insecticidal control of soybean and stevia pests was farm-tested for the first time in Krasnodar Territory. It effectively obviated the need for insecticide treatments in an unfavorable phytosanitary situation, whereas under favorable phytosanitary conditions, both insecticide treatments and means of active biological control could be cancelled. The soybean yield-capacity was 3.29–4.10 t/ha, which was 1.7–2.2 times the average yield-capacity for Krasnodar Territory in 2012–2014. The use of this technology in stevia plantations allowed the farmers to produce clean pharmacological raw materials with no deterioration of their quantity and quality while omitting the use of insecticides. Non-insecticidal control of soybean and stevia pests required only 0.023–0.526 of the usual costs of insecticidal protection and allowed the farmers: (a) to increase the profitability of production of organic foods and raw materials; (b) to improve the phytosanitary situation in agroecosystems and landscapes; (c) to create conditions for preservation, reproduction, accumulation and amplification of the beneficial activities of entomophages. © 2015, Pleiades Publishing, Inc. Source

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