Publication type: Conference paper
Type of review: Not specified
Title: Grape phylloxera infestation rate in Switzerland
Authors: Fahrentrapp, Johannes
Müller, Lukas
Schumacher, Peter
Proceedings: Working Group "Integrated protection and production in Viticulture" : Proceedings of the meeting in Ascona, Switzerland, 13 - 17 October 2013
Editors of the parent work: Calonnec, Agnès
Duso, Carlo
Gessler, Cesare
Lucchi, Andrea
Maixner, Michael
Sharon, Rakefet
Thiéry, Denis
Volume(Issue): 105
Page(s): 237
Pages to: 239
Conference details: IOBC-WPRS Meeting of the Working Group on «Integrated Protection and Production in Viticulture», Ascona, 13 -17 October 2013
Issue Date: 2014
Series: IOBC-WPRS Bulletin
Publisher / Ed. Institution: IOBC-WPRS
Publisher / Ed. Institution: Darmstadt
ISBN: 978-92-9067-286-9
Language: English
Subjects: Grape; Phylloxera; Wein; Weinbau
Subject (DDC): 634: Orchards, fruits and forestry
Abstract: Grape phylloxera (Dactulosphaira vitifoliae) was introduced into Europe from North America. Swiss viticulture had nearly broken down due to phylloxera outbreak and different grape diseases in the late 19th and early 20th century. The pest was controlled successfully by grafting scions of Vitis vinifera grape cultivars on American rootstocks. Today, many producers report on newly occurring leaf infestation in hybrid vines but also in European grapevines. We investigated the distribution of grape phylloxera in Swiss vineyards by collecting infested leaves and catching individuals with emergence traps. D. vitifoliae was found in most grape growing regions.
Fulltext version: Published version
License (according to publishing contract): Licence according to publishing contract
Departement: Life Sciences and Facility Management
Organisational Unit: Institute of Natural Resource Sciences (IUNR)
Published as part of the ZHAW project: Occurence of grape phylloxera (Dactulosphaira vitifoliae) in Switzerland
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