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July 2018. pp. 90-95
Abstract
Thrips are among the most important insect pest on many agricultural crops, including asparagus. In this study, we monitored thrips in asparagus greenhouses in Yanggu, Gangwon Province using different colored sticky traps from 2016 to 2017. In total, four species of thrips on asparagus were found: Frankliniella occidentalis, F. intonsa, Thrips tabaci, and T. palmi. Among them, the onion thrips, T. tabaci, was the most abundant thrips throughout the year. In total, 1,286 and 1,236 individuals of thrips were caught on 166 yellow and blue sticky traps, and 4,412 and 2,541 were caught on 228 yellow and blue sticky traps in 2016 and 2017, respectively. The number of thrips attracted to sticky traps was significantly different between the yellow and blue sticky traps in 2017, but was not in 2016. The highest numbers of thrips were recorded at the end of May and mid-June in 2016, but this shifted to mid-July in 2017. This result indicated that the onion thrips population was greatly affected by many variables, such as temperature, pesticide application, and harvest time.
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  • Journal Title :Journal of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences
  • Volume : 30
  • No :2
  • Pages :90-95
  • Received Date :2018. 07. 03
  • Accepted Date :2018. 07. 10
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