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Ben-Yakir D.,Institute of Plant Protection | Chen M.,Institute of Plant Protection | Sinev S.,Russian Academy of Sciences | Seplyarsky V.,Plant Protection and Inspection Services PPIS
Journal of Applied Entomology | Year: 2013

Chilo partellus, the spotted stem borer (SSB), is reported for the first time from the fields of sorghum and corn in Israel. Spotted stem borer larvae were first discovered in July 2010 on sorghum and corn plants in the Western Galilee. The new pest had spread all over northern Israel by the end of 2011. The identity of the new pest was confirmed using the morphology of the dissected male genitalia and its attraction to SSB sex pheromone. © 2012 Blackwell Verlag, GmbH.


Yaacoby T.,Plant Protection and Inspection Services PPIS | Seplyarsky V.,Plant Protection and Inspection Services PPIS
EPPO Bulletin | Year: 2011

Epiblema strenuana (Walker) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), an important biological control agent for invasive plants, was found to be present in Israel from 2008 on Ambrosia spp. The entrance pathway is not known, but is probably via the import of plant material (grains) from the USA. © 2011 The Authors. Journal compilation © 2011 OEPP/EPPO.


Seplyarsky V.,Plant Protection and Inspection Services PPIS | Weiss M.,Plant Protection and Inspection Services PPIS | Haberman A.,Plant Protection and Inspection Services PPIS
Phytoparasitica | Year: 2010

Tuta absoluta, the South American tomato moth, is reported for the first time in tomato-growing areas in Israel. © 2010 Springer Science+Business Media B.V.

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