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Europa 17/10/2018

Escocia: Guide for potato pest

The Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board ‘Potatoes’ has launched a new guide to help potato growers test for Potato Cyst Nematode (PCN), a pest that costs the industry more than £25 million each year.

At a conference which was attended by over 40 prominent agronomists and researchers with a keen interest in PCN, Dr Sue Cowgill, Senior Scientist at AHDB, said: “The research provides clear and usable results, and the conference allowed us to discuss these with those out in the field and provide an open forum to gain opinions on the most effective way to share the information with growers.”

Data from statutory sampling and recent AHDB funded research, conducted at Harper Adams University, had shown that PCN is moving into areas and fields where it has not previously been found.

"PCN is a damaging pest, and once it is in your soil, it is very hard to remove” said Dr Cowgill. “The first step for any grower is to find out if there is PCN in the field, and if there is, what species is present. Once you know this information, you can make the best decisions for your farm and you’ll also be assisting the industry as a whole by helping to control the pest.”

Patrick Mitton, chair of the Nematicide Stewardship Programme, attended the conference. He said: “The new PCN sampling guide is a welcome update to the understanding of PCN detection, management and control. The guide is an important contribution to knowledge exchange which will be of importance to both advisors and growers alike”.

Source: www.heraldscotland.com

Fuente: http://www.freshplaza.com/article/9031968/scotland-guide-for-potato-pest/


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