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Integrated Pollinator-Pest Management (IPPM) Strategy as Future Apple IPM

사과 IPM 미래 전망: 화분매개자 친화형 병해충 종합관리 (IPPM) 전략

  • Jung, Chuleui (Department of Plant Medicals, Andong National University)
  • 정철의 (안동대학교 식물의학과)
  • Received : 2021.02.15
  • Accepted : 2021.02.24
  • Published : 2021.03.01

Abstract

Integrated pest management system in Korean apple has significantly advanced for last few decades. However harmful effects of pesticides threats the ecosystem services of natural enemies and pollinators. Apple require cross-pollination and Insect pollination with diversity and abundance is one of the keys to profitable apple production in quantity and quality as well. Thus crop protection tools are to be administered in harmony to meet the pest suppression and protection of beneficial organisms such as natural enemies and pollinators. Adding onto the established IPM system, integrated pollinator-pest management (IPPM) concept is proposed as the future direction of apple IPM. For this, ecological enginnering of creating habitats for pollinators, landscape management and agroecosytem diversification as well as selective soft pesticide uses on time guided by pest monitoring and phenologyand targeted delivery are further proposed. Recent shift of agroecosystem from climate change and new pest outbreaks require new paradigm of pest management for sustainable agricultural production.

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