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Monitoring Appearance of the Carrot Rust Fly (Psila rosae F.) Spremljanje Pojava Korenjeve Muhe (Psila rosae F.)

Publication Type:Journal Article
Year of Publication:2014
Authors:A. Jagodic, Milevoj, L., Gomboc, S.
Journal:Kmetijsko gozdarska zbornica
Keywords:Chamaepsila rosae, Psila rosae

A carrot rust fly (Psila rosae F.) is generally spread pest of carrot all over Slovenia. By way of experiment that took place in year 1997 on the field at Breg near Komenda we attended the appea- rance of the carrot rust fly with the yellow sticky traps and we found out that the second generation of the carrot rust fly appeared by the end of June and at the beginning of July with the culmination between 24th June and 1st July. Yellow sticky traps were examinated once a week on the very pla- ce of the experiment and in the laboratory of the Department of Agronomy of Biotechnical Faculty in Ljubljana. The data were analysed in Komenda. The time of appearance has been determined considering the sum of the air and the soil temperatures above a certain temperature treshold. Yellow sticky traps are convenient for observation of the appearance of the carrot rust fly. In the experiment with species and carrot's hybrids and examination of the lesions on the roots at gathe- ring, we found out that the species or the hybrid has a certain influence on the percentage of the carrot's lesion. The species 'Ljubljansko rumeno korenje' had less lesion as 'Berlanda F1', 'Flaker', 'Nantes'

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