Display name Johnnie Van den Berg First name Johnnie Last name Van den Berg email@example.com Role Researcher Country South Africa Organisation North-West Universit Area of Research Biology, Monitoring, Surveillance and Scouting; Cultural Control and Agro-ecology Management; Environmentally Safe Pesticides and Pesticide Risk Management Describe your research
The FAW research group at North-West University addresses various aspects of FAW management. MSc and PhD students contribute to this program through their research on the following topics related to FAW: pesticide resistance monitoring, monitoring for resistance to Bt maize, host suitability studies, evaluation of alternative control methods, temperature-pest development research and yield loss assessments.
ORCID iD 0000-0002-6831-318 Google Scholar Link https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=nl&user=I_MM7iMAAAAJ Member since June 25, 2020 Topics posted 3 Replies 3
Special Edition of FAW – Journal of Economic Entomology
December 21, 2022
New paper on FAW and Bt maize
September 13, 2021
Insecticide resistance management in mixed species communities of stem borers and fall armyworm
July 28, 2020
Hi MaryLucy, I have heard of many such observations and also came to the same conclusion after several visits to sites in the South African Loweveld regions. No such information has been published and I do not know if any such research at the landscape level is being done.
August 27, 2020
Can you add a link to this paper?
July 28, 2020
These 2 species will add a lot to the current range of biocontrol agents, such as the egg parasitoid, Telenomus remus. Is there any information on the parasitism levels by this egg parasitoid in Africa?
June 26, 2020