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Journal Article

Biodiversity of Invertebrate on Organic and Conventional Pear Orchards  [2011]

Kim, D.I., Jeollanam-do Agricultural Research and Extension Service, Naju, Republic of Korea; Kim, S.G., Jeollanam-do Agricultural Research and Extension Service, Naju, Republic of Korea; Ko, S.J., Jeollanam-do Agricultural Research and Extension Service, Naju, Republic of Korea; Kang, B.R., Jeollanam-do Agricultural Research and Extension Service, Naju, Republic of Korea; et al.

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This research was carried out to investigate invertebrate fauna with organic and conventional pear orchards, which used four collected methods; soil sampling for soil microorganism, pitfall, malaise, and black light trap for over ground species. Collected species were 37 species, 1,184 individuals in organic and 28 species, 501 individuals by soil sampling in conventional pear fields. Those were 38 species, 646 individuals and 29 species, 440 individuals by pitfall trap, 55 species 650 individuals and 47 species, 508 individuals by malaise trap, and 23 species, 201 individuals and 9 species, 42 individuals by black light trap. Collembola was collected 389 individuals in organic which was 5 times than in conventional in soil sampling. In pitfall trap, that was 183 individuals which was 3 times. The diversity indices of organic pear orchards were 1.956 in May, 2.638 in August and those of conventional was 1.426 in May, 2.011 in August in soil sampling. In pitfall trap, the dominant species were spiders, collembollan, and coleopteran. Among Coleoptera, indicator insects for the evaluation of agricultural environment suggested were Eusilpha jakowelewi as organic pear orchard and Anisodactykus punctatipennis and Pheropsophus jessoensis as conventional. Malaise trap was collected dominant species as Diptera and Hymenoptera of Braconidae and Ichneumonidae. The diversity indices of organic pear orchards were 2.952, 3.120, and 2.010 in pitfall, malaise and black li
ght trap in over ground invertebrate sampling. The highest diversity was in malaise trap. The higher diversity indices, the lower dominance indices.
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Korean Journal of Organic Agriculture
ISSN : 1229-3571

Bibliographic information

Language:
Korean
Type:
Directory
In AGRIS since:
2013
Volume:
19
Issue:
1
Start Page:
93
End Page:
107
All titles:
"Biodiversity of Invertebrate on Organic and Conventional Pear Orchards"@eng
Other:
"Summary(En)"
"5 tables"
"6ill., 31 ref."
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Bibliographic information

Language:
Korean
Type:
Directory
In AGRIS since:
2013
Volume:
19
Issue:
1
Start Page:
93
End Page:
107
All titles:
"Biodiversity of Invertebrate on Organic and Conventional Pear Orchards"@eng
Other:
"Summary(En)"
"5 tables"
"6ill., 31 ref."