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Agriculture management such as ploughing, manuring, irrigation, crop rotation, solarisation, as well as specific management by the elimination of symptomatic leaves and the destruction of infested tomato plants have all been used to control Phthorimaea absoluta. Sequential planting with or near to other solanaceous crops that serve as shelter and food sources for P. absoluta such as potatoes, aubergine and pepper should be avoided (Sylla et al., 2019). The removal of alternative reservoir hosts such as nightshades (Solanum nigrum, Atropa belladonna, Solanum dulcamara) (Bawin et al., 2016) is strongly recommended before and during the cropping cycle. In greenhouses, one of the management tactics used to reduce the initial level of populations is to keep infested greenhouses closed after harvest to prevent the migration of adults to open-field crops. Alternating host crops, mainly tomato, potato and aubergine, with non-host cultures can ensure a long-term reduction in pest pressure (Sylla et al., 2019).
Due to the variable regulations around (de-)registration of pesticides, we are for the moment not including any specific chemical control recommendations. For further information, we recommend you visit the following resources: