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- Bartual, Agustín M.; Sutter, Louis; Bocci, Gionata; Moonen, Anna-Camilla; Cresswell, James; Entling, Martin; Giffard, Brice; Jacot, Katja; Jeanneret, Philippe; Holland, John; Pfister, Sonja; Pintér, Orsolya; Veromann, Eve; Winkler, Karin; Albrecht, Matthias
- Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 2019 v.279 pp. 43-52
- herbaceous plants, etc ; Angiospermae; Diptera; agricultural land; agroecosystems; arthropods; crops; ecosystem services; edge effects; habitat conservation; habitats; honey bees; natural enemies; parasitic wasps; pest control; pollination; pollinators; vegetation; Europe; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Semi-natural habitats (SNH) are vital to sustain pollinators and natural enemies, and the ecosystem services they provide in agroecosystems. However, little is known about the relative importance of different SNH types and their vegetation traits for pollinators and natural enemies. Yet, such knowledge is essential for effective habitat management to promote both functional arthropod groups and as ...
- Jacobsen, Stine K.; Moraes, Gilberto J.; Sørensen, Helle; Sigsgaard, Lene
- Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 2019 v.272 pp. 1-9
- herbaceous plants, etc ; Araneae; Hymenoptera; Phytoseiidae; Tetranychus urticae; Urtica dioica; agroecosystems; habitats; insect pests; leaves; natural enemies; organic production; parasitoids; phytophagous insects; predator-prey relationships; predatory mites; species abundance; species richness; strawberries; vegetation; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... Cropping practice influence arthropod species abundance and diversity in agroecosystems, thus impacting populations of insect pests and their natural enemies. A field study was conducted to investigate whether pest and natural enemy abundance was higher in organic compared with conventional strawberry fields, and whether the non-managed vegetation surrounding the field impacted natural enemy abund ...