The cabbage whitefly, Aleyrodes proletella : causes of outbreaks and potential solutions

@inproceedings{Springate2016TheCW,
  title={The cabbage whitefly, Aleyrodes proletella : causes of outbreaks and potential solutions},
  author={Simon Springate},
  year={2016}
}
The cabbage whitefly, Aleyrodes proletella, has in recent years become a primary pest of several brassica crops in Europe. In the UK, its greatest impact has been on kale, where nymphs, wax deposits and sooty mould caused by honeydew excretion reduce the marketable portion of the crop, particularly later in the year. In order to test the contribution of insecticide resistance to these outbreaks, a leaf-dip bioassay method was developed. Resistance to several pyrethroids was found in multiple… CONTINUE READING

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