Extrapolation table for effectiveness of insecticides ► stone fruit a




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EXTRAPOLATION TABLE for EFFECTIVENESS of INSECTICIDES

STONE FRUIT a



Pest


Crop: pome and stone fruit b c

1 d

Pest species

2

Extrapolation to pest group

3 e

Indicator crops


4

Extrapolation to other crops


5 f

Data from other crops (or crop groups) that enables reduced data on the indicator crops (or no data *)

6 g

Data on indicator crops that permits extrapolation to other crops (or crop groups) with reduced data (or no data *)

Myzus

persicae MYZUPE,



Aphids

Peach Prunus persica PRNPS

Nectarine P. persica var.nucipersica PRNPN)

apricot Prunus armeniaca PRNAR)

almond Prunus dulcis PRNDU





Plum Prunus domestica PRNDO


M. cerasi MYZUCE,


Aphids

Cherry Prunus avium PRNAV

Prunus cerasi PRNCE








Brachycaudus

prunicola APPEPR, Hyaloptersus pruni HYALPR

desirable




Aphids

Extrapolation on Phorodon humuli not possible



Plum Prunus domestica PRNDO

Damson Prunus damascena PRNDD


Almonds






Pseudaulacaspis pentagona PSEAPE,

Parthenolecanium corni LECACO,

Eulecanium tiliae LECATI


soft scales Coccidae

Peach

Apricot, nectarine, almond

Other relevant crops

Kiwi


Thrips meridionalis THRIME
Frankliniella occidentalis FRANOC,

Thrips

Peach



Pome or stone fruit







Metcalfa pruinosa METFPR

Hoppers

Peach

Pome and Stone fruit

Apple, pear

ornamental trees

Aculus

schlechtendali VASASD,

Aculus fockeui VASAFL, Phyllocoptes gracillis ACEIGR


Rust mites

Plum

Pome fruit and plum




Ornamental trees,

Raspberries (because of Phyllocoptes gracillis)



Epitrimerus pyri EPITPI, Eriophyes pyri ERPHPI, Eriophyes similis ERPHSI

Gall mites

Eriophyidae



Plum

Pome fruit and plum




Ornamental trees

Raspberries (because of Phyllocoptes gracillis)



Panonychus ulmi METTUL, Tetranychus urticae TETRUR,

T. viennensis TETRVI,

Bryobia rubricolus BRYORU

Spider mites

Peach

Stone and pome fruit

citrus fruit

Other relevant crops


Adoxophyes orana CAPURE and one of the following: Cacoecia podana CACOPO,

Cacoecia rosana CACORO, Pandemis heparana PANDHE, Argyroploce variegana ARGPVA, Cacoecia costana CACOCO, Enarmonia formosana ENARFO, Argyroploce pruniana ARGPPR, Tmetocera ocellana TMETOC, Hedya nubiferana ARGPVA


Tortricidae (Leaf roller moths)


Peach


Pome and stone fruit

Any other pome or stone fruit

ornamental trees

Cydia funebrana LASPFU

Tortricidae (leaf roller moths)

plum

Damsons all subspecies of P. domestica







Data on any two of: Lyonetia clerkella LYONCL, Phyllonorycter blancardella LITHBL , P. corylifoliella PRYCCO, Leucoptera malifoliella LEUCSC, Stigmella malella NEPTMA


Leaf miners

Any relevant stone fruit

Pome or stone fruit







Anarsia lineatella ANARLI

Stem borers

peach

Stone fruit

Any other stone fruit




Orthosia spp. ORTOSP


Noctuids

Cherry or plum

Pome and stone fruit

ornamental shrubs




Operophtera brumata CHEIBR


Winter moths

Geometridae




Cherry or plum

Pome and stone fruit

ornamental shrubs




Orgya antiqua ORGYAN


Lymantriidae

Cherry or plum

Pome and stone fruit

ornamental shrubs




Data on any two of:

Hoplocampa testudinea HOPLTE, Taxonus glabratus TAXOGL, Hoplocampa flava HOPLFL, Hoplocampa spp., HOPLSP, H. Brevis HOPLBR, Eriocampoides limacina ERICLI


Sawflies

Any relevant stone fruit

Pome or stone fruit







Ceratitis capitata CERTCA

Fruit flies

Peach


Pome and stone fruit,

Citrus

Kiwi*

Rhagoletis cerasi RHAGCE

Fruit flies

Cherry










Peritelus sphaeroides PERESH, Polydrusus spp POLOSP, Phyllobius spp PLLBSP, Otiorrhynchus impressiventris, Byctiscus betulae BYCTBE

Weevils (leaf-eaters)

Any stone fruit

Pome or stone fruit







Rhynchites coeruleus RNCHCA, Rhynchites pauxillus COENPA

Weevils (buds-damaging)

Any stone fruit

Pome or stone fruit







Rhynchites bacchus RNCHBA, Rhynchites aequatus COENAQ, Furcipus rectirostris ANTHRE

Weevils (fruit damaging)

Any stone fruit

Pome or stone fruit







Capnodis tenebrionis CAPNTE

Buprestidae

apricot

peach










a This table should be used in conjunction with the EPPO Standard PP 1/257 Efficacy and crop safety extrapolations for minor uses. The scope for extrapolation may be extended as data and experience with a certain plant protection products increases.

b All reference to peaches is also inclusive of nectarines.

c For pests that are not host specific it may be possible to extrapolate from or to a wider range of relevant crops.

d Where use against a pest group is sought (e.g. aphids) the named pests for which data should be provided are underlined in the ‘pest species’ column. The list of species is not exhaustive. Companies may choose to only generate data for an individual or a range of named species if a claim for a pest group is not required. Companies may identify pests within a group where efficacy has not been demonstrated. There is scope to extrapolate between the different pest groups, particularly those with closely related feeding behaviours.

e Note that it is commonly preferable to have data on several of the crops within the crop group, but data on the indicator crop should be available.

f Column 5 identifies whether data from other crops against the same pest may enable a reduction in the amount of data required on the indicator crop (or no data on the indicator crop if the other crop is marked with an asterisk (*)). If this column is blank, the use of data from other crops is not possible/relevant.

g Where extrapolation to other crops or crop groups is acceptable, then this is indicated in column 6. In column 6 crops marked with an asterisk (*) indicate that no data are required if appropriate data on the indicator crop is present.





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