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Title

Effects of ground cover management on insect rpedators and pests in a Mediterranean vineyard

AuthorsSáenz-Romo, María Gloria; Veas-Bernal, A.; Martínez-García, Héctor; Ibáñez Pascual, Sergio ; Martínez-Villar, Elena; Campos-Herrera, R. ; Pérez-Moreno, I. ; Marco Mancebón, Vicente
KeywordsAbundance
Cover crop
Diversity
Natural enemies
Pests
Tillage
Vineyard
Issue Date23-Nov-2019
PublisherMultidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
CitationInsects 10(12): 421 (2019)
AbstractConservative techniques, such as ground cover management, could help promote viticulture sustainability, which is a goal of conservation biological control, by providing shelter and food sources for predatory insects. A field experiment was conducted in a Mediterranean vineyard to evaluate ground cover management impacts on predatory insect and potential grapevine pest abundance and diversity, both on the ground and in the grapevine canopy. Three different ground cover management techniques (tillage, spontaneous cover and flower-driven cover) were tested for two years (2016 and 2017). Overall, the ground cover management significantly affected the abundance of important epigeal predators, of which carabids, forficulids and staphylinids were the most captured. The carabid abundances under both the cover crop treatments were found to be approximately three times higher compared with that under the tillage treatment. In contrast, the canopy insect abundance in the vineyard was similar among the treatments for both the predators and the potential grapevine pest species. These results indicate that cover crop vegetation can be used in vineyards to enhance predatory insect abundance and may improve agroecosystem resilience
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/insects10120421
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/208123
Identifiersdoi: 10.3390/insects10120421
issn: 2075-4450
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