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Fruit damages caused by Byturus tomentosus and Botryotinia fuckeliana depending on different raspberry varieties

@inproceedings{Hanni2001FruitDC,
  title={Fruit damages caused by Byturus tomentosus and Botryotinia fuckeliana depending on different raspberry varieties},
  author={L. Hanni and Anne Luik},
  year={2001}
}
The influence of cultivar and natural enemies on raspberry beetle (Byturus tomentosus De Geer)
Publication of the thesis is supported by the Estonian University of Life Sciences and by the Doctoral School of Earth Sciences and Ecology created under the auspices of European Social Fund.
Damage by the raspberry beetle (Byturus tomentosus De Geer) in different raspberry cultivars
TLDR
Growing late-flowering and less-susceptible cultivars is a promising alternative to minimise raspberry beetle-induced damage in integrated pest management and organic farming systems. Expand
Carabidae as natural enemies of the raspberry beetle (Byturus tomentosus F.).
TLDR
Investigation of the role of raspberry beetle larvae in the diet of the carabid species using laboratory feeding tests indicates that large carabids − P. melanarius, P. niger, C. nemoralis and H. rufipes could play an important role in regulating raspberry pest populations. Expand