Development of Improved Attractants and Their Integration into Fruit Fly SIT Management Programmes
Proceedings of a Final Research Coordination Meeting held in Vienna, 5-7 May 2005

IAEA TECDOC No. 1574

Subject Classification: 0202-Insect pest control

English IAEA-TECDOC-1574; (ISBN:978-92-0-109407-0); 238 pp.; € 15.00; Date Published: 2007

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This publication contains the most important results of an IAEA Coordinated Research Project (CRP). Through this and three previous CRPs on fruit fly trapping technology and bait stations, significant progress has been made in the optimization of current trapping systems and on developing female biased attractants for surveillance of some of the major fruit fly pests. Furthermore, a solid basis for continuing the development of bait stations has been established.

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