Cultural and biological alternatives for the control of the Central America Tuber Moth Tecia solanivora in the field and under storage
Ohio State University
INIAP-Carchi; INIAP.E.E. Santa Catalina; PUCE-IRD-Quito; CIP Lima; ESPE-Quito
Jovanny Suquillo (INIAP-Carchi); Patricio Gallegos, Victor Barrera (INIAP-E.E. Santa Catalina);Jose Luis Zeddam (PUCE-IRD-Quito); Veronica Canedo (CIP-Lima); Cesar Falconi (ESPE-Quito); Roger Williams (Ohio State University)
This project soght to generate cultural and biological control alternatives and reduce the risk for the health of the farmers, by means of non-contaminant methods; to generate cultural alternatives to hinder colonization of the Central American tuber moth Tecia solanivora in the potato crop; to improve the efficacy of Baculovirus using a chitin inhibitor for control in storage.