NEW CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE MORPHOLOGY, ECOLOGY AND DAMAGE CAUSED BY MINING MOTH CHESTNUT (CAMERARIA ORHIDELLA DESCHKA & DIMIC) IN THE HUSI - VASLUI AREAL CONDITIONS FROM EASTERN OF ROMANIA

Authors

  • Nela Talmaciu Faculty of Agronomy, University of Craiova
  • Mihai Talmaciu
  • Carmen Miroiu Fitosanitary Office Vaslui
  • Monica Herea Fitosanitary Office Vaslui

Abstract

During the research were made observations about morphology, ecology and damage the chestnut trees in the Husi-Vaslui area by chestnut leaves mining moth (Cameraria orhidella Deschka & Dimic).
The harmful specie is a Lepidoptera that belongs to the Gracillariidae family, who presented a low degree of resistance to unkind ecological conditions, but still developed three generations per year which caused heavy damages in the crow of the chestnut trees by consuming the palisade tissue, producing mines on the upper face of the leaves.

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2017-01-26

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Working Group 1: Plant Cultivation and Animal Growing Technologies