|Title:||檢疫入侵高風險的農業蟎類||Other Titles:||Quarantine Invasion of High-risk Agricultural Mites||Authors:||陳文華
|Keywords:||檢疫;防疫;害蟎;危害;plant quarantine;plant protection;mite pests;damage||Issue Date:||Aug-2022||Publisher:||農業試驗所、中華植物保護學會||Related Publication(s):||農業試驗所特刊第236號||Start page/Pages:||103-127||Source:||2022作物有害生物分類與鑑定技術在植物防檢疫之應用研討會專刊||Conference:||2022作物有害生物分類與鑑定技術在植物防檢疫之應用研討會
Proceedings of the Symposium on 2022 the Application of Crop Pest Classification and Identification Technology in Plant Health Inspection and Quarantine
Mites are important agricultural pests. Their feeding behavior severely damages plants, and there are several species of mites that transmit plant diseases. The mites are small in size, have a short life cycle, and have a high reproduction rate, resulting in a high level of resistance to pesticides in the field, resulting in the inability to effectively control the mites with chemical agents. In recent years, the increase in the quantity and types of agricultural products imported from Taiwan has led to an increased possibility of invasion by alien pests, which may lead to the impact of Taiwan's agricultural production. The purpose of phytosanitary inspection of imported plants and their products is to prevent the introduction, colonization and spread of foreign pests in accordance with the law and to protect Taiwan's agricultural production environment. Plant quarantine in Taiwan is implemented in accordance with the law, and quarantine of plants and plant products imported into Taiwan is implemented. Rhizoglyphus echinopus, Oligonychus perseae and Brevipalpus chilensis are currently hytosanitary mites in Taiwan. We strengthen the quarantine of imported plants in order to prevent mites brought in via imported bulbs from invading Taiwan and causing more serious damage to the agricultural production environment; the list of quarantine pests includes 32 species of mites such as such as Amphitetranychus viennensis and Panonyphus ulmi, which occur locally in Taiwan . and Acarapis woodi that have not yet been found in Taiwan but may be introduced with the import of plants and the quarantine of imported plants and their products should be actively strengthened to prevent the invasion with the import of agricultural products to ensure the safety of the agricultural ecosystem.
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