Effect of replanting systems on populations of strategus aloeus l. and rhynchophorus palmarum l. associated with the oil palm oxg interspecific hybrid elaeis oleifera × elaeis guineensis in southwestern colombia Report as inadecuate




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Cristhian Bayona ; Álvaro Rincón ; Hernán Mauricio Romero ;Agronomía Colombiana 2014, 32 2

Author: Rodrigo Andrés Ávila

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Agronomía Colombiana ISSN: 0120-9965 agrocolfabog@gmail.com Universidad Nacional de Colombia Colombia Ávila, Rodrigo Andrés; Bayona, Cristhian; Rincón, Álvaro; Romero, Hernán Mauricio Effect of replanting systems on populations of Strategus aloeus (L.) and Rhynchophorus palmarum (L.) associated with the oil palm OxG interspecific hybrid ( Elaeis oleifera × Elaeis guineensis ) in Southwestern Colombia Agronomía Colombiana, vol.
32, núm.
2, 2014, pp.
224-231 Universidad Nacional de Colombia Bogotá, Colombia Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=180332010009 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative Effect of replanting systems on populations of Strategus aloeus (L.) and Rhynchophorus palmarum (L.) associated with the oil palm OxG interspecific hybrid (Elaeis oleifera × Elaeis guineensis) in Southwestern Colombia Efecto de sistemas de renovación sobre las poblaciones de Strategus aloeus L.
y Rhynchophorus palmarum L.
asociadas al híbrido interespecífico OxG (Elaeis oleifera × Elaeis guineensis) de palma de aceite en la zona sur occidental colombiana Rodrigo Andrés Ávila1, Cristhian Bayona1, Álvaro Rincón2, and Hernán Mauricio Romero1, 3 ABSTRACT RESUMEN The oil palm replanting process produces a large amount of organic matter that, as it begins to decompose, becomes a breeding ground for various pests, including Strategus aloeus and Rhynchophorus palmarum.
Different crop replanting systems are being used today.
The method used depends on the plantation and it is basically associated with the costs involved in the process.
However, sometimes too little attention is paid to other issues related to the new crop, such as plant health and agronomic management.
This study evaluated the effect of...





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