|Title:||颱風災害後作物防疫之策略與措施||Other Titles:||Crop Protection Strategy and Measures after Typhoon Disaster||Authors:||邱安隆
Chiou, A. L
Fang, S. J.
|Keywords:||颱風災害;作物;病蟲害;監測;防治;typhoon disasters;crop protection;pest and disease;monitoring and control||Issue Date:||Dec-2009||Publisher:||農業試驗所;中華民國植物病理學會||Related Publication(s):||農業試驗所特刊第141號||Start page/Pages:||65-70||Source:||天然災害作物復育之病害管理研討會專刊||Conference:||天然災害作物復育之病害管理研討會
Proceedings of Symposium on Plant Disease Management in Rehabilitation After Natural Disasters
In order to assist farmers recovering rapidly from devastating by typhoon, and to restore the function of crop production and marketing in Taiwan, it is urgently needed to draw up effective crop protection measures for reconstruction of farmlands and prevention the outbreak of plant diseases and pests aftermath.
Natural disasters such as typhoon often came with strong winds and heavy rains, which caused flooding and lodging of crops in fields, and when the weather became clear after typhoon, temperature started to increase with high humidity, the micro-environment in field condition gradually became conducive to various crop diseases and pests, such as Citrus canker, Bacterial leaf blight of rice, Bacterial soft rot, Phytophthora rot or Anthracnose. After Typhoon Morakot, BAPHIQ and various District Agricultural Research and Extension Station (DARES) and county governments maintained a close contact timely, investigated the occurrence of plant pests and diseases within each territory to prevent any outbreak of plant pests and diseases, we also strengthened pest and disease surveillance program, took prompt action for control measures, to facilitate the growth of plant root. In General, the measures of plant protection after typhoon were aiming at the effective management of crop pests and diseases outbreak, its implement should include monitoring crop pests or diseases, and their population or disease dynamic in the field, supported the
local government and DARES to speed up the technical assistance for farmers in management of crop pest and diseases, released pest alert to were farmers in preparing crops restoration work, the above mentioned measures warn still required close cooperation among various counties and farmers to carry out crop protection works after typhoon.
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