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animals (GB)
animale (I)
animal (ES)
animal (PO)
animal (F)
dieren (N)

Animals can eat and contaminate the grapes, Damage to Rebstock parts (Roots, trunk, shoots, Foliage) and transmission of diseases through various microorganisms how bacteria and virus cause great damage in the vineyard. Pests are different Beetle and their larvae, butterflies and their tracked. aphids. snails. Schad birds, as well as vertebrates such as ground squirrels, rabbits, deer, kangaroos, rabbits, rats, deer, wild boar and voles, But there are also many insects beneficials and are sometimes used as predators in the vineyard to fight other insects.

Animals - vines, rabbits, blackbirds, grape wrappers, rhombic vices

The control against insects and larvae / caterpillars takes place in conventional form by specific pesticides (e.g. insecticides or nematicides ). As protection against vertebrates, mechanical devices such as nets, fences and traps are optical like scarecrows, acoustic like Klapotetz and shooting devices, as well as other things such as smoking. They count as the targeted use of beneficials and the so-called disrupter by means of pheromones (Sexual fragrances) for biological respectively. Integrated crop protection, See also a complete list of all pests and diseases under the keyword Vine enemies,

Vine engraver: André Mégroz - Insects
Grape wrapper: Todd M. Gilligan USDA APHIS
Rhombic vise: Steffens-Keß winery

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