Progress in Plant Protection

Influence of a bioproduct EmFarma Plus on harmfulness of seed maggot (Hylemyia florilega Zett.) in green bean cultivation
Wpływ preparatu EmFarma Plus na szkodliwość śmietki kiełkówki (Hylemyia florilega Zett.) w uprawie fasoli szparagowej

Piotr Kozłowski, e-mail: piokozlo@gmail.com

Szkoła Główna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego w Warszawie, Samodzielny Zakład Entomologii Stosowanej, Nowoursynowska 159, 02-776 Warszawa , Polska

Anna Tomczyk, e-mail: anna_tomczyk@sggw.pl

Szkoła Główna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego w Warszawie, Samodzielny Zakład Entomologii Stosowanej, Nowoursynowska 159, 02-776 Warszawa, Polska
Streszczenie

The object of the research was to compare harmfulness of bean seed maggot (Hylemyia florilegia Zett.) in the green bean crops treated and untreated with bioproduct containing effective microorganisms EmFarma Plus (EM). The studies were conducted in the region of green bean growing in the Mazowieckie voivodship. The numbers of pest were recorded for both experimental variants, using yellow sticky boards. EmFarma Plus did not affect the number of trapped insects. Higher number of damaged plants was observed on the plots treated with EM, in comparison with untreated ones. However, there was no significant difference in yield collected from these plots, as individual plants provided higher yield better than control ones. The leaves of plants treated with EmFarma Plus showed higher chlorophyll content compared to the leaves of the control plants.

 

Porównywano szkodliwość śmietki kiełkówki (Hylemyia florilegia Zett.) w uprawie fasoli szparagowej traktowanej i nietraktowanej biopreparatem zawierającym efektywne mikroorganizmy. Badania prowadzono w rejonie uprawy fasoli szparagowej, w województwie mazowieckim. Rejestrowano liczebność szkodnika w przypadku obu wariantów doświadczalnych za pomocą żółtych tablic lepowych. Zastosowanie preparatu EmFarma Plus (EM) nie wpływało na liczbę odłowionych owadów. Zaobserwowano jednak wyższą, w porównaniu z kontrolą, liczbę uszkodzonych przez larwy roślin na poletkach potraktowanych EM. Nie stwierdzono istotnego obniżenia plonu zebranego z tych poletek, gdyż poszczególne rośliny plonowały lepiej niż kontrolne. Liście roślin traktowanym preparatem EmFarma Plus miały wyższą zawartość chlorofilu w porównaniu z liśćmi roślin kontrolnych.

Słowa kluczowe
Hylemyia florilega; monitoring; green bean; EM preparation; plant damage; chlorophyll; fasola szparagowa; preparat EM; uszkodzenia roślin; chlorofil
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Data pierwszej publikacji on-line: 2018-07-27 13:36:00
http://dx.doi.org/10.14199/ppp-2018-021
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