ASPECTS OF USING TECHNOLOGICAL MULTIFUNCTIONAL SYSTEM FOR BENEFICIAL INSECT MASS REARING

Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 13 ISSUE 4
Written by Irina IONESCU-MĂLĂNCUŞ, Traian MANOLE, Petru NICULIŢĂ

The paper studied the basic and technical research dealing with the obtaining of beneficial insects by development of suitable and economically feasible system for insect and arthropod mass rearing under controlled conditions and the design, achievement and testing/expert appraisement of one multifunctional technological system for beneficial insect rearing and releasing. Practically, the paper is proposing the introduction into plant protection strategy against pest insects of field crops of the specific biological control and biotechnical methods which are not the result of emphasizing of pest resistance and meanwhile are involved in reducing of impact environmental pollution risk. The research activity in the frame of this study is complex and multidisciplinary. The technical methods used consist in designing/drawing up of the components of multifunctional technological system for beneficial insect mass rearing, achievement, testing and optimizing and validation of the system. The main objective and result of this research program was to optimize the production, quality and effectiveness of mass reared natural pest enemies (especially insects) for the integrated or ecological pest management of field crops.

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Ionescu-Mălăncuș I., Manole T., Niculiță P. 2013, ASPECTS OF USING TECHNOLOGICAL MULTIFUNCTIONAL SYSTEM FOR BENEFICIAL INSECT MASS REARING. Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 13 ISSUE 4, PRINT ISSN 2284-7995, 167-172.


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