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Initial Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Selected Active Substances in Reducing Damage To Rape Plants Caused By Arion Lusitanicus (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Arionidae)
Spray forms of various chemical compounds including compounds of plant origin, molluscicides, and insecticides were tested in order to investigate their possibilities for reducing damage to youngExpand
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Evaluation of the effectiveness of iron phosphate and the parasitic nematode Phasmarhabditis hermaphrodita in reducing plant damage caused by the slug Arion vulgaris Moquin-Tandon, 1885
Arion vulgaris is one of the most important slug pests of crop plants, and is extremely hard to control. We assessed the effectiveness of a slug pellets containing iron phosphate, compared withExpand
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The effect of temperature and humidity on the grazing activity of Deroceras reticulatum (O. F. Müller, 1774) and the damage to rape plants
Winter rape is susceptible to damage caused by D. reticulatum (O. F. Muller) mainly in the early phases of the plants’ development. The degree of damage and the size of yield losses depend on theExpand
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The role of alkaloids in the feeding behaviour of slugs (Gastropoda: Stylommatophora) as pests of narrow-leafed lupin plants
ABSTRACT The degree of damage done to lupin plants by slugs is highly dependent on the species and the cultivar of plant. A study was carried out, in laboratory conditions and on small plots, toExpand
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The effect of grazing by the slug Arion vulgaris, Arion rufus and Deroceras reticulatum (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Stylommatophora) on leguminous plants and other small-area crops
Herbivorous slugs do significant damage to many species of crop plants. A laboratory study was conducted to determine the rate and extent of damage caused to 16 plant species by Arion vulgaris, ArionExpand
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Effectiveness of Nemaslug in reducing damage plants caused by grey field slug - Deroceras reticulatum (O.F. Müller, 1774)
In 2010–2011 tests were carried out under laboratory conditions on the effectiveness of Nemaslug, applied in three doses, to reduce the damage done to plants of winter rape and Chinese cabbage (atExpand
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Analysis of studies of the effectiveness of a biological method of protection for organic crops
SUMMARY As a result of intensive changes in plant production and of environmental changes in agrocenoses, certain agrophages, such as slugs, have in recent years been causing ever increasing amountsExpand
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Grazing Behaviour of Slugs (Gastropoda: Arionidae, Agriolimacidae) on the Aboveground and Underground Organs of Potato Plants
The extent of damage caused by slugs depends on factors such as the slug species, the plant cultivar and the organ on which the slugs feed. Three experiments were performed in laboratory conditionsExpand
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Efektywnośc biopreparatu Nemaslug w ograniczaniu uszkodzeń roślin przez pomrowika plamistego - Deroceras reticulatum (O.F. Müller, 1774)
Summary In 2010–2011 tests were carried out under laboratory conditions on the effectiveness of Nemaslug, applied in three doses, to reduce the damage done to plants of winter rape and ChineseExpand
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