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Grape moth density in Bordeaux vineyards depends on local habitat management despite effects of landscape heterogeneity on their biological control

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Biological control of crop pests is a major ecosystem service affected by several variables acting at multiple spatial scales. Among these variables, heterogeneity at the habitat and landscape scales are known key drivers of trophic interactions and pest density in agroecosystems. However, studies that try to disentangle their relative effects in perennial cropping systems are scarce and nothing is known about their impacts on insect pest density and pesticide applications.
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Keywords: Eupoecilia ambiguella; Lobesia botrana; Vitis vinifera; agroecology; ecosystem services; landscape; natural pest control; parasitoid; predator

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2017

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