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The use of vibrational signals of insects to develop safe methods for pest control

© 2021 L. S. Shestakov, A. Elhashash

Russia Institute for Information Transmission Problems RAS, 127051 Moscow, Bolshoy Karetny per., 19, Russia
Рeoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University), 117198 Moscow, Miklukho-Maklaya Street, 6, Russia

Received 06 Nov 2020

The transition to organic farming requires new methods of pest control and management without the use of pesticides. Accumulated data on vibrational communication of insects show that the use of natural and modified pest signals can hinder their successful communication on the plant, thereby reducing their numbers. In this paper, we discuss the effectiveness of the use of stimuli on the example of the widespread and damaging a large range of plants of the species Pentatoma rufipes L.

Key words: behavior, communication, pest control

DOI: 10.31857/S023500922101008X

Cite: Shestakov L. S., Elhashash A. Perspektivy ispolzovaniya dannykh o vibratsionnoi kommunikatsii dlya razrabotki bezopasnykh metodov kontrolya chislennosti nasekomykh [The use of vibrational signals of insects to develop safe methods for pest control]. Sensornye sistemy [Sensory systems]. 2021. V. 35(1). P. 38–42 (in Russian). doi: 10.31857/S023500922101008X

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