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Determination of other pests and pathogens

  • Regular monitoring
  • Randomly, simplified determination of other relevant pests and pathogens according to EPPO guidelines
  • Relevant pests and pathogens within exclusion netting:
    Cherries: Miscellaneous summer fruit tortrix, black cherry aphis, cherry fruit fly, spider mites, gall mites on shoots, fruit rot (Monilia sp., Botrytis sp.)
    Raspberries/ blackberries: Downy mildew and powdery mildew, strawberry blossom weevil, raspberry beetle, grey mould, blackberry gall mite, raspberry leaf gall mite, spider mites, rubus stunt
    Blueberries: Scale insects, blueberry aphid, Monilia-fruit rot, Monilia-shoot tip rot, blossom and fruit rot / grey mold, Anthracnoses
Examples of cherry pests and pathogens
Schwarze Kirschenblattlaus an Kirschen_copyright by Bianca Boehnke, JKI DossenheimSchwarze Kirschblattläuse an Kirschbäumen dicht unterhalb der Folienüberdachung_B. Boehnke_JKI Dossenheim
Black cherry aphids (Myzus cerasi) on cherry shoot
(© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)
Black cherry aphids (Myzus cerasi) on cherry trees
(© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)
Spinnmilben an Kirschen_copyright by B. Boehnke, JKI DossenheimGespinnst der Weßdornspinnmilbe (Tetranyhus viennensis) an Kirschblättern_B. Boehnke_JKI Dossenheim
Web of hawthorn spider mites (Tetranychus viennensis) on cherry shoot (© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)Web of hawthorn spider mites (T. viennensis) on cherry leaves (© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)
Gespinnst und sichtbare Weißdornspinnmilben (Tetranychus viennensis) auf der Oberseite eines Kirschblattes_B. Boehnke_JKI DossenheimGespinnst und sichtbare Weißdornspinnmilben (Tetranychus viennensis) auf der Unterseite eines Kirschblattes_B. Boehnke_JKI Dossenheim
Web and leaf symptoms caused by visible red hawthorn spider mites (T. viennensis) on upper side of cherry leaf (© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)Web caused by visible red hawthorn spider mites (T. viennensis) on under side of chery leaf (© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)
Gelbtafel in Kirschen_B. Boehnke_JKI DossenheimKirschfruchtfliege auf reifender Kirsche_C. Augel_LTZ Augustenberg
Determination of presence of Cherry Fruit Flys (Rhagoletis cerasi, Rhagoletis cingulata) in cherries by yellow sticky trap (© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)Cherry Fruit Fly (Rhagoletis sp.) on colour changing cherries (© C. Augel, LTZ Augustenberg)
Larve und typische Fraßschäden einer Kirschfruchtfliege in einer aufgeschnittenen Kirsche_JKI DossenheimVergleich der Puppe einer Kirschessigfliege (links) und einer Kirschfruchtfliege (rechts)_JKI Dossenheim
Typical feeding damages around cherry stone and larva of Cherry Fruit Fly (Rhagoletis sp.) (© JKI Dossenheim)Pupa of Spotted Wing Drosophila (left) in comparison to pupa of Cherry Fruit Fly (right) (© JKI Dossenheim)
Pheromonfalle zur Anlockung des adulten, männlichen Fruchtschalenwicklers_B. BoehnkeGefangener adulter, männlicher Fruchtschalenwickler_C. Augel
Phermonone trap to chatch adult, male summer fruit tortrix (Adoxophyes orana) ( ©C. Augel, LTZ Augustenberg)Catched adult, male summer fruit tortrix (© C. Augel, LTZ Augustenberg)
Männliche Maulbeershildlaus Pseudaulacaspis pentagona an Kirschbaum_B. Boehnke_JKI DossenheimWeibliche Maulbeerschildlaus Pseudaulacaspis pentagona an Kirschbaum_B. Boehnke_JKI Dossenheim
Male white peach scales (Pseudaulacaspis pentagona) on cherry tree (© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)Female white peach scales (Pseudaulacaspis pentagona) on cherry tree (© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)
Monilia-Fruchtfäule an Kirschen_copyright by B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim
Fruit rot caused by Monilia sp. on cherries
(© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)

 

Examples for blueberry pests and pathogens
Gelbe Heidelbeerblattlaus Fimbriaphis fimbriata an Heidelbeere_C. Augel_LTZ Augustenberg
Yellow blueberry aphids (Fimbriaphis fimbriata) on bluebeery leaves (© C. Augel, LTZ Augustenberg)
Schildläuse mit Honigtau an der Heidelbeere Bluecrop_C. Augel_LTZ AugustenbergSchwärzepilze an durch Honigtau verklebten Blättern der Heidelbeere Duke_C. Augel_LTZ Augustenberg
Tortoise scales and contaminations caused by honeydew of tortoise scales on blueberry variety "Blue crop" (© C. Augel, LTZ Augustenberg)Strong growth of black fungus on honeydew contaminated bluebery plant (© C. Augel, LTZ Augustenberg)
Napfschildlaus an Heidelbeere_B. Boehnke_JKI Dossenheim (1)Napfschildläuse und Ameise an Heidelbeere_B. Boehnke_JKI Dossenheim (2)
Individual tortoise scale on blueberry shoot tip of variety "Duke" (© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)Tortoise scales and ants on blueberry shoot variety "Duke"
(© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)
Durch Botrytis cinerea verursachte Blütenfäule an Heidelbere Aurora_B. Boehnke_JKI (2)Bud rot caused by Botrytis cinerea on blueberry Aurora_B. Boehnke_JKI Dossenheim (1)
Blossom and shoot rot caused by Botrytis cinerea on blueberries variety "Aurora" (© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)

 

Examples of raspberry and blackberry pests and pathogens
Symptoms of spider mite Bryobia rubiculos on underside of raspberry leaf_B. Boehnke_JKI Dossenheim Sichtbare Spinnmilben der Gattung Bryobia rubriculos an der Blattunterseite eines Himbeerblatt_B. Boehnke_JKI
Leaf symptoms of brown mites (Bryobia rubrioculus) on raspberry leaf (© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)Visible brown spider mites (Bryobia rubrioculus) on under side of raspberry leaf (© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)
Blattläuse an Brombeere Loch Tay_C. Augel_LTZHimbeerblattläuse_Copyright C. Augel_LTZ Augustenberg
Aphids on blackberry variety "Loch Tay"
(© C. Augel, LTZ Augustenberg)
Schildläuse an der Brombeere Loch Ness_B. Boehnke_JKI Dossenheim (1)Schildläuse an der Brombeere Loch Ness_B. Boehnke_JKI Dossenheim (2)
Scale insects on blackberry variety "Loch Ness" (© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)
Grauschimmel Botrytis cinerea an Himbeere_B. Boehnke_JKI Dossenheim (2)Grey mold Botrytis cinerea on raspberry_B. Boehnke_JKI Dossenheim (1)
Grey mould (Botrytis cinerea) on raspberries variety "Amira" (© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim)
Falscher Mehltau an Brombeere_B. Boehnke_JKI Dossenheim
Downy mildew (Peronospora sparsa) on blackberries
(© B. Boehnke, JKI Dossenheim) 

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