2008-Draft-Treatment Cold treatment of Citrus limon for Ceratitis capitata




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Draft cold treatment of Citrus limon for Ceratitis capitata 2009-TPPT-52

Agenda: 10.1.1
2008-Draft-Treatment

Cold treatment of Citrus limon for Ceratitis capitata

Annex to ISPM No. 28

INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS FOR
PHYTOSANITARY MEASURES

Annex to ISPM No. 28 (PHYTOSANITARY TREATMENTS FOR REGULATED PESTS)
Cold treatment of Citrus limon for Ceratitis capitata
(200-)

Endorsement

This phytosanitary treatment was adopted by the Commission on Phytosanitary Measures in ----.


Scope of the treatment

This treatment applies to the cold treatment of Citrus limon (lemon) to result in the mortality of larvae of Ceratitis capitata (Mediterranean fruit fly) at the stated efficacy1.


Treatment description

Name of treatment

Cold treatment of Citrus limon for Ceratitis capitata

Active ingredient

N/A

Treatment type

Cold treatment

Target pest

Ceratitis capitata (Diptera: Tephritidae) (Mediterranean fruit fly)

Target regulated articles

Citrus limon (lemon)

Treatment schedule

Schedule 1: 2 °C for 16 days

Efficacy and confidence level: ED99.9977 at 95% confidence level (De Lima et al., 2007).


Schedule 2: 3 °C for 18 days

Efficacy and confidence level: ED99.9975 at 95% confidence level (De Lima et al., 2007).


The commodity must reach the treatment temperature before treatment commences. The commodity temperature should be monitored and should not exceed the stated level.

Other relevant information

Pre-cooling of the commodity to treatment temperature is required.
Schedules 1 and 2 were developed using cultivar ‘Lisbon’.

References

De Lima, C.P.F., Jessup, A.J., Cruickshank, L., Walsh, C.J. & Mansfield, E.R. 2007. Cold disinfestation of citrus (Citrus spp.) for Mediterranean fruit fly (Ceratitis capitata) and Queensland fruit fly (Bactrocera tryoni) (Diptera: Tephritidae). New Zealand Journal of Crop and Horticultural Science, 35: 39–50.




1 The scope of IPPC treatments does not include issues related to pesticide registration or other domestic requirements for approval of treatments. Treatments also do not provide information on specific effects on product quality, human health or food safety, which should be addressed using domestic procedures prior to approval of a treatment. There is no obligation for a contracting party to approve, register or adopt the treatments for use in its territory.

Draft phytosanitary treatment – For SC approval for member consultation


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