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ANÁLISIS DE RIESGO DE PLAGAS PARA LA IMPORTACIÓN DE FRÉJOL SECO (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) PROVENIENTE DE CHINA. QUITO – ECUADOR. 2007  [2008]

Amparo L. Cóndor Quishpe Patricio Gallegos Gallegos

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In the Ecuadorian Animal and Plant Health Service (SESA) of Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Acuaculture and Fisheries (MAGAP) a study was conducted to update the national bean (Phaseolus vulagaris L.) pest list. For updating the national pest list was gathered information from databases, national research institutions and universities. To determine the quarantine pests, it was revised information of the presence of pests that affects bean in China country, reports that these pests are absent from Ecuador, and information that they affect to the dry bean. From the update of the national pest list was gathered information 104 pests that attack to the bean crop in Ecuador. They were divided as follows: Insects (32 species), Fungi (29), Chromistas (1), Nematodes (16), Bacteria (3), Virus (7) and Malezas (16). From the elaboration of the Technical Sheets, a record was elaborated for each quarantine pest, which were Callosobruchus chinensis, Lampides boeticus, Xestia c-nigrum, Megalurothrips distalis, Phomopsis longicolla, Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. tracheiphilum, Alfalfa mosaic virus, Tobacco stread virus, Peanut nottle virus.

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RUMIPAMBA

ISSN : 1017-3277

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