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Hard work continues against California invasive species - Western Farm Press

Hard work continues against California invasive species - Western Farm Press | CRP | Scoop.it
Ten new invasive species appear each year in California; entomologists say these have wide-spread and costly ramifications
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Eat a grasshopper kebob? Don't worry, be hoppy - Central Valley Business Times

Eat a grasshopper kebob? Don't worry, be hoppy - Central Valley Business Times | CRP | Scoop.it
Central Valley Business Times. Probing the Business of California's Great Central Valley.
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EFSA Scientific Opinion on Paysandisia archon

EFSA Scientific Opinion on Paysandisia archon | CRP | Scoop.it

The EFSA Panel on Plant Health performed a pest categorisation of Paysandisia archon for the European Union territory. P. archon is a well-defined pest species attacking many palm species. It is currently present in several southern European Member States (Croatia, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Slovenia and Spain). Malta and Portugal are considered to be very important areas for further spread of the pest.

The pest is listed in Annex IIAII of Council Directive 2000/29/EC and special requirements for host plants with respect to P. archon are formulated in Annexes IVAI and IVAII of Council Directive 2000/29/EC. This moth is a strong flier, but its main pathway of spread is via ornamental palms traded from outside the European Union and between Member States. The damage produced by the larvae can cause the death of the plant with consequences for cultivated and native palm trees, and therefore on ecosystem services and biodiversity. At the moment no fully effective chemical or biological control methods are available against spread and impact of P. archon, while the use of glues on the stipe of the palm can be effective but affects the ornamental value of the plant.

P. archon meets all pest categorisation criteria for both quarantine pests and regulated non-quarantine pests.

 

EFSA (2014) Scientific Opinion on the pest categorisation of Paysandisia archon (Burmeister) http://www.efsa.europa.eu/en/efsajournal/doc/3777.pdf


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On the design of a bioacoustic sensor for the early detection of the red palm weevil

On the design of a bioacoustic sensor for the early detection of the red palm weevil | CRP | Scoop.it
Novedades: On the design of a bioacoustic sensor for the early detection of the red palm weevil http://t.co/lOuoRmsoef
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EFSA Scientific Opinion on Paysandisia archon

EFSA Scientific Opinion on Paysandisia archon | CRP | Scoop.it

The EFSA Panel on Plant Health performed a pest categorisation of Paysandisia archon for the European Union territory. P. archon is a well-defined pest species attacking many palm species. It is currently present in several southern European Member States (Croatia, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Slovenia and Spain). Malta and Portugal are considered to be very important areas for further spread of the pest.

The pest is listed in Annex IIAII of Council Directive 2000/29/EC and special requirements for host plants with respect to P. archon are formulated in Annexes IVAI and IVAII of Council Directive 2000/29/EC. This moth is a strong flier, but its main pathway of spread is via ornamental palms traded from outside the European Union and between Member States. The damage produced by the larvae can cause the death of the plant with consequences for cultivated and native palm trees, and therefore on ecosystem services and biodiversity. At the moment no fully effective chemical or biological control methods are available against spread and impact of P. archon, while the use of glues on the stipe of the palm can be effective but affects the ornamental value of the plant.

P. archon meets all pest categorisation criteria for both quarantine pests and regulated non-quarantine pests.

 

EFSA (2014) Scientific Opinion on the pest categorisation of Paysandisia archon (Burmeister) http://www.efsa.europa.eu/en/efsajournal/doc/3777.pdf


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EPPO and Pest Risk Analysis

EPPO and Pest Risk Analysis | CRP | Scoop.it

This e-journal on 'Pest Risk Analysis' is maintained by the Secretariat of the European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization (EPPO) and its aim is to share information collected on the Internet on pest risk analyses and on PRA tools.

 

EPPO is an intergovernmental organization created in 1951 which currently has 50 member countries. EPPO is responsible for harmonization and cooperation among the National Plant Protection Organizations (official authorities) of its member countries. EPPO helps its members in their efforts to protect plant health in agriculture, forestry and the uncultivated environment (standard-setting activities and exchange of information).

 

On its official website, EPPO also provides:

- all PRAs conducted by EPPO Expert Working Groups: http://www.eppo.int/QUARANTINE/Pest_Risk_Analysis/PRA_intro.htm

- working documents on Pest Risk Analysis which have been presented to various EPPO Panels: http://www.eppo.int/QUARANTINE/Pest_Risk_Analysis/PRA_documents.htm

- the EPPO Alert List (early warning on emerging pests which could present a risk for the Euro-Mediterranean region):
www.eppo.int/QUARANTINE/Alert_List/alert_list.htm

 

Read more on EPPO work on PRA on http://www.eppo.int/QUARANTINE/Pest_Risk_Analysis/PRA_intro.htm.

 

Visit the official EPPO website: www.eppo.int


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The EPPO Secretariat maintains other scoop.it magazines on Pest Alerts (http://www.scoop.it/t/pest-alerts), Invasives Alien Plants (http://www.scoop.it/t/invasive-plants-by-robert-tanner-1), Video of plant pests (http://www.scoop.it/t/pests-on-videos), Diagnostic activities for plant pests (http://www.scoop.it/t/diagnostic-for-pests), Communication on pests (http://www.scoop.it/t/communication-and-citizen-sciences-on-pests-and-invasive-alien-species)


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Palm Weevil & Aljezur Camara - Portugal Forum | ExpatFocus.com

Palm Weevil & Aljezur Camara - Portugal Forum | ExpatFocus.com | CRP | Scoop.it
I'm bombarded by a constant attack of red palm weevils, I think some people treated their trees once or twice and then gave up, which has meant new food sources being available for the nasty little critters.
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Palm Weevil & Aljezur Camara - Portugal Forum | ExpatFocus.com

Palm Weevil & Aljezur Camara - Portugal Forum | ExpatFocus.com | CRP | Scoop.it
I'm bombarded by a constant attack of red palm weevils, I think some people treated their trees once or twice and then gave up, which has meant new food sources being available for the nasty little critters.
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Sacred Rome, seen from its profane ring - The Daily Star

Sacred Rome, seen from its profane ring - The Daily Star | CRP | Scoop.it
Sacred Rome, seen from its profane ring
The Daily Star
The tree-listening man is a naturalist at war with the red palm weevil (Rhynchophorus ferrugineus), the bugs whose orgiastic (his term) reproductive cycle he's been listening in on and recording.
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Emirati woman creates app to help save UAE palm trees - The National

Emirati woman creates app to help save UAE palm trees - The National | CRP | Scoop.it
Emirati woman creates app to help save UAE palm trees The National The red palm weevil is a species of snout beetle, also known as the Asian palm weevil or sago palm weevil, the larvae of which can dig holes a metre deep in the trunk of a tree,...
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Pesticide Could Spell The End Of Red Palm Weevil | Green Guide ...

Pesticide Could Spell The End Of Red Palm Weevil | Green Guide ... | CRP | Scoop.it
An Andalucian company has patented the formula, which could prove to be a match for the beetle that has wrought devastation in palm plantations across southern Spain for over 20 years.
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Detection of red palm weevil using dogs

Advances in red palm weevil detection using Labrador Lalla by the Palm Protect Project.
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Sicilian woman killed by falling palm tree - The Local.it

Sicilian woman killed by falling palm tree - The Local.it | CRP | Scoop.it
A Sicilian woman died on Thursday when a palm tree fell on her in the city of Catania, an accident blamed on high winds and the possibility the tree could have been infected.
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EFSA Scientific Opinion on Paysandisia archon

EFSA Scientific Opinion on Paysandisia archon | CRP | Scoop.it

The EFSA Panel on Plant Health performed a pest categorisation of Paysandisia archon for the European Union territory. P. archon is a well-defined pest species attacking many palm species. It is currently present in several southern European Member States (Croatia, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Slovenia and Spain). Malta and Portugal are considered to be very important areas for further spread of the pest.

The pest is listed in Annex IIAII of Council Directive 2000/29/EC and special requirements for host plants with respect to P. archon are formulated in Annexes IVAI and IVAII of Council Directive 2000/29/EC. This moth is a strong flier, but its main pathway of spread is via ornamental palms traded from outside the European Union and between Member States. The damage produced by the larvae can cause the death of the plant with consequences for cultivated and native palm trees, and therefore on ecosystem services and biodiversity. At the moment no fully effective chemical or biological control methods are available against spread and impact of P. archon, while the use of glues on the stipe of the palm can be effective but affects the ornamental value of the plant.

P. archon meets all pest categorisation criteria for both quarantine pests and regulated non-quarantine pests.

 

EFSA (2014) Scientific Opinion on the pest categorisation of Paysandisia archon (Burmeister) http://www.efsa.europa.eu/en/efsajournal/doc/3777.pdf


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EFSA Scientific Opinion on Paysandisia archon

EFSA Scientific Opinion on Paysandisia archon | CRP | Scoop.it

The EFSA Panel on Plant Health performed a pest categorisation of Paysandisia archon for the European Union territory. P. archon is a well-defined pest species attacking many palm species. It is currently present in several southern European Member States (Croatia, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Slovenia and Spain). Malta and Portugal are considered to be very important areas for further spread of the pest.

The pest is listed in Annex IIAII of Council Directive 2000/29/EC and special requirements for host plants with respect to P. archon are formulated in Annexes IVAI and IVAII of Council Directive 2000/29/EC. This moth is a strong flier, but its main pathway of spread is via ornamental palms traded from outside the European Union and between Member States. The damage produced by the larvae can cause the death of the plant with consequences for cultivated and native palm trees, and therefore on ecosystem services and biodiversity. At the moment no fully effective chemical or biological control methods are available against spread and impact of P. archon, while the use of glues on the stipe of the palm can be effective but affects the ornamental value of the plant.

P. archon meets all pest categorisation criteria for both quarantine pests and regulated non-quarantine pests.

 

EFSA (2014) Scientific Opinion on the pest categorisation of Paysandisia archon (Burmeister) http://www.efsa.europa.eu/en/efsajournal/doc/3777.pdf


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On the design of a bioacoustic sensor for the early detection of the red palm weevil

On the design of a bioacoustic sensor for the early detection of the red palm weevil | CRP | Scoop.it
Novedades: On the design of a bioacoustic sensor for the early detection of the red palm weevil http://t.co/lOuoRmsoef
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Intéressant on les connaît déjà un peu . Prix peut-être abordable pour une expérimentation dans le Var ou les Alpes-Maritimes la voie wireless pour la gestion données (appareil de mesure,  pièges ) devient très abordable.....

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EFSA Scientific Opinion on Paysandisia archon

EFSA Scientific Opinion on Paysandisia archon | CRP | Scoop.it

The EFSA Panel on Plant Health performed a pest categorisation of Paysandisia archon for the European Union territory. P. archon is a well-defined pest species attacking many palm species. It is currently present in several southern European Member States (Croatia, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Slovenia and Spain). Malta and Portugal are considered to be very important areas for further spread of the pest.

The pest is listed in Annex IIAII of Council Directive 2000/29/EC and special requirements for host plants with respect to P. archon are formulated in Annexes IVAI and IVAII of Council Directive 2000/29/EC. This moth is a strong flier, but its main pathway of spread is via ornamental palms traded from outside the European Union and between Member States. The damage produced by the larvae can cause the death of the plant with consequences for cultivated and native palm trees, and therefore on ecosystem services and biodiversity. At the moment no fully effective chemical or biological control methods are available against spread and impact of P. archon, while the use of glues on the stipe of the palm can be effective but affects the ornamental value of the plant.

P. archon meets all pest categorisation criteria for both quarantine pests and regulated non-quarantine pests.

 

EFSA (2014) Scientific Opinion on the pest categorisation of Paysandisia archon (Burmeister) http://www.efsa.europa.eu/en/efsajournal/doc/3777.pdf


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Palm Weevil & Aljezur Camara - Portugal Forum | ExpatFocus.com

Palm Weevil & Aljezur Camara - Portugal Forum | ExpatFocus.com | CRP | Scoop.it
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Jennifer Sygo: Are you ready to eat bugs? Get past the creep and crawl factor ... - National Post

Jennifer Sygo: Are you ready to eat bugs? Get past the creep and crawl factor ... - National Post | CRP | Scoop.it
National Post
Jennifer Sygo: Are you ready to eat bugs? Get past the creep and crawl factor ...
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» Red Palm Weevils Now A Major Concern » Green Guide Spain

» Red Palm Weevils Now A Major Concern » Green Guide Spain | CRP | Scoop.it
These little creatures are wrecking havoc in Spain http://t.co/KCJaubv9ZH http://t.co/qkSkR2YAXe
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Ministry of Agriculture to provide pesticides to combat palm weevil ...

Ministry of Agriculture to provide pesticides to combat palm weevil ... | CRP | Scoop.it
CAIRO: Head of the Central Administration of Agricultural Pests at the Ministry of Agriculture Mohsen Abdo said the ministry will provide free pesticides to combat various pests including the red palm weevil, in a Thursday ...
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The ministry of poison - nation.lk - The Nation Newspaper

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The ministry of poison
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Red Palm Weevil (Rhynchophorus ferrogineus) is considered a serious threat to coconut in all coconut growing areas in the country.
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Charançon rouge du palmier : les voisins agissent, la France reste passive - ForumPhyto

Charançon rouge du palmier : les voisins agissent, la France reste passive - ForumPhyto | CRP | Scoop.it

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Detection of red palm weevil using dogs

Advances in red palm weevil detection using Labrador Lalla by the Palm Protect Project.

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