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IDIDAS : References: Irradiation for Surface Insects Disinfestation of Mangosteen for Exportation

Title

Irradiation for Surface Insects Disinfestation of Mangosteen for Exportation

Year

2005

Source

8 p, 31. Congress on Science and Technology of Thailand, Nakhon Ratchasima (Thailand), 18-20 Oct 2005

Abstract

Mangosteen fruits (Garcinia mangostana Linn.) were investigated for the surface insects at under caps, skin and stem. Samples from Nakhonsithammarat and Chantaburi province were taken. Common quarantine pests such as citrus mealy bug (Pseudococcus cryptus), Orientalscale (Aonidiella orientallis), red tea mite (Oligpnychus coffee) and broad mite (Polyphagotarsonemus latus) were found at 48.23, 26.67, 75.29 and 26.67% respectively. Effect of gamma radiation on the quarantine pests were studied. The result showed that the P. cryptus and A. orientallis were more radiosensititive than other (LD99=913.05 and 848.09 Gy). The dose for inhibiting disinfestations of O. coffee and P. latus were 1,662.77 and 2,271.97 Gy (at the dose of LD99).

Authors

Kongratarpon, Titima; Limohpasmanee, Wanitch; Vongcheeree, Satit; Segsarnviriya, Suchada; Pransopon, Prapon

Keywords

CITRUS, DISINFESTATION, EXPERIMENTAL DATA, FRUITS, INHIBITION, INSECTS, IRRADIATION, MITES, QUARANTINE, RADIATION DOSES, SURFACES

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