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Advances in the integrated management of wheat pests based on ecological regulation
Author of the article:MEN Xing-Yuan;DONG Zhao-Ke;LI Li-Li;YANG Quan-Feng;ZHANG Qing-Qing;OUYANG Fang;LU Zeng-Bin;LI Chao; YU Yi;ZHUANG Qian-Ying
Author's Workplace:Institute of Plant Protection, Shandong Academy of Agricultural Science, Ji'nan 250100, China; College of Plant Health and Medicine, Qingdao Agricultural University, Qingdao 266109, China; State Key Laboratory of Integrated Management of Pest Insects and Rodents, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100101, China; Maize Research Institute, Shandong Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Ji'nan 250100, China
Key Words:wheat; pest; regional disaster mechanism; ecological regulation; IPM
China has the largest wheat growing area in the world. Global climate change and changing agricultural methods have exacerbated pest damage to wheat crops in China. Chemical pesticides are still the main method of controlling wheat pests but over-dependence on pesticides leads to a series of problems, such as environmental pollution and pest resistance. Chinese scientists have developed ecological pest regulation technology and established a wheat pest regulation system based on landscape design. This paper summarizes advances in the use of integrated pest control to protect wheat crops in China, and discusses future prospects for research on the control of wheat pests in light of overseas trends.
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