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Recent advances and new challenges for sugarcane pest management: a review of the 2011 entomology workshop

Goebel François-Régis, Willink Eduardo, Uraichuen Sopon, Ganeshan Seelavarn, Samson Peter R.. 2013. Recent advances and new challenges for sugarcane pest management: a review of the 2011 entomology workshop. In : Proceedings of the XXVIII ISSCT (International Society of Sugar Cane Technologists) Congress, São Paulo, Brazil 2013 june 24-27. Brazilian Society of Sugar and Ethanol Technologists (STAB) ; XXVIIIth ISSCT Organising Committee. s.l. : D.M. HOGARTH, Résumé, p. 136. ISBN 978-0-949678-27-0 ISSCT Congress. 28, São Paulo, Brésil, 24 June 2013/27 June 2013.

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Titre espagnol : Avances recientes y nuevos desafios en el manejo de plagas de cana de azucar: una resena del workshop de entomologia de 2011 / Titre français : Recentes avancees et nouveaux challenges pour la lutte integree contre les insectes ravageurs de la canne a sucre : une revue de l'atelier d'entomologie de l'issct de 2011 / Titre portugais : Avanços recentes e novos desafios em gerenciamento de pragas da cana-de-açucar: uma revisao do workshop de entomologia de 2011

Matériel d'accompagnement : 1 Communication complète

Abstract : The 8tm International Society of Sugar Cane Technologists (ISSCT) Entomology Workshop was held from 27 March to 1 April 2011 in Peyrebere, Mauritius. Fifty-one participants from 11 countries attended. Technical sessions held over three days were grouped into six subject headings: Pest Management; Varietal Resistance; Biological Control; Biosecurity, Genetic Diversity and Population Distribution; Pest Damage and Crop Loss, including the use of new technologies such as barcoding of species and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Field trips offered the opportunity for delegates to view important insect pests of the Mauritian sugarcane industry in the field, and to visit the Mauritius Sugar Industry Research Institute, as well as visit other sites. The Entomology Section concluded that climate change, globalisation and development of new sugarcane areas will threaten the world's sugarcane industries and require the implementation of new tools and strong biosecurity measures to protect these industries from major outbreaks and losses. The ISSCT Entomology Workshops will, therefore, continue to be an important venue for entomologists to stay abreast of impending insect threats to their industries, and also help them keep current with new technologies that will be vital in managing potential new invaders as well as maintaining sustainability. (Résumé d'auteur)

Classification Agris : H10 - Pests of plants
C20 - Extension

Auteurs et affiliations

  • Goebel François-Régis, CIRAD-PERSYST-UPR SCA (FRA) ORCID: 0000-0002-5438-1078
  • Willink Eduardo, EEAOC (ARG)
  • Uraichuen Sopon, FAKPS (THA)
  • Ganeshan Seelavarn, MSIRI (MUS)
  • Samson Peter R., BSES (AUS)

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