Symposium: Biological Control of Halyomorpha halys by its egg parasitoids: a worldwide perspective
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H.halys is an Asian pest now invasive worldwide, causing severe damages on seeds, vegetables and fruits. Control of H.halys relies upon broad-spectrum pesticides, negatively impacting IPM. For a long-term solution, much attention has been focused on classical biological control, especially on the Asian egg parasitoid Trissolcus japonicus. Introduction risk-analysis is a key subject of investigation in this regard. Recently, the discovery of adventive populations of T.japonicus in the USA and of T.japonicus and T.mitsukurii in Europe has generated new expectations for the control of the pest.
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