Learn the latest on the monitoring and options for controlling the cherry fruit fly in sour and sweet cherries (link).
See our latest materials on the LIST OF INSECTICIDES, MITICIDES, PLETICIDES AND PROTECTION PRODUCTS DESIGNED TO PROTECT PLANTS FROM GAME ANIMALS THAT ARE RECOMMENDED FOR USE IN INTEGRATED PRODUCTION ORCHARDS (link)
Vegetable plant protection programs (link)
Materials on vegetable plant protection programs have been provided to help growers select plant protection products to chemically control harmful organisms in their crops.
New methods of integrated cherry production (link)
The Chief Plant Health and Seed Inspector has approved a new integrated sweet cherry production methodology. This collective work has been written by a team of the Skierniewice Institute of Horticulture led by Dr. Agata Broniarek-Niemiec. The official approval of the methodology will allow producers participating in the national IP food quality system to grow sweet cherries.
Methodology of monitoring and control of the spotted wing drosophila (Drosophila suzukii) (link).
The spotted wing drosophila (Drosophila suzukii, Matsumura) is a new invasive pest originating in Japan that causes severe economic harm to soft fruit farms across the US and Europe. In Poland, this pest has been monitored since 2012 and has shown to have strong adaptation potential. To control it properly, e.g. by chemical measures, it is essential to detect it early. A detailed methodology for monitoring and controlling this emerging harmful organism is presented in the Plant pest reporting and monitoring methods/Multivorous pests section.
Project implemented as part of tasks 1.5
Multiannual Program of the IPP-NRI for 2016-2020
Plant Protection Institute – National Research Institute
Ulica: Władysława Węgorka 20
tel. +48 61 864 90 75
fax +48 61 864 91 20
Online Pest Warning System