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Diminuer l’utilisation des produits phytosanitaires sur des plantes fleuries, en pots et sous abri, par l’utilisation de plantes de service et de stimulation mécanique

Abstract : Ornamental crop production is directly affected by restrictions on the use of plant protection products, whether with growth regulators or pesticides. It is therefore essential to find solutions that are more adapted to this context. This trial brings together different ways to reduce the use of these products and focuses on thrips management in flowering plants, in pot and under shelter. The mechanical stimulation to keep plants compact, combined with sticky chromatic traps for mass trapping of bioaggressors, as well as the Push-Pull strategy using a garlic-based repellent and tagetes as service plants. The effect of the repellent was promising and the use of mechanical stimulation resulted in more compact and homogeneous plant lots. The mass trapping effect could not be demonstrated due to lack of insects and a problem as a result of a mechanical stimulation malfunction. Suggestions for improving the study are presented at the end of the report.
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Laura Pertron. Diminuer l’utilisation des produits phytosanitaires sur des plantes fleuries, en pots et sous abri, par l’utilisation de plantes de service et de stimulation mécanique. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2020. ⟨dumas-02969165⟩

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