Sandra Lerche

Sandra Lerche
Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research | ZALF · Research Area 1 “Landscape Functioning“

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Conference Paper
In Germany, considerable damage of the sea buckthorn fly Rhagoletis batava Hering 1958 in fruits of sea buckthorn Hippophae rhamnoides L. is fairly new. Up to 100% of the harvest can be lost and methods available for controlling the pest are limited both in organic and in integrated production systems. In response to this, growers, institutions, co...
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Im Jahr 2012 trat in Deutschland erstmals die auf Sanddorn spezialisierte Sanddornfruchtfliege (Rhagoletis batava Her.) mit Fruchtschäden in Produktionsanlagen in Erscheinung. Bereits 2013 gab es lokal schwere Schäden, die in den letzten Jahren deutlich zunahmen. In Osteuropa und Asien zählt Rh. batava zu den Hauptschädlingen bei Sanddorn. Da in De...

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Project
A consortium of growers, authorities, research institutions and companies will investigate various control modules over the next four years and combine them into an overall strategy based on the modular principle. The spectrum of measures ranges from traps, mechanical tillage, barriers, macro- and microorganisms to the use of mobile poultry keeping and the consideration of varieties susceptibility. In the MoPlaSa project, a plant protection strategy is to be developed that will provide all seabuckthorn growers with modulare principles for control. Both the production conditions (ecological, integrated) and the method of cultivation (extensive, intensive) will be taken into account.