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Bulletin No: 33. 31October - 06 November 2016

  El D G Ay N Y P K BB We H RT Wr SP W SX
Days     7   7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
Part Catches                                
A. pisum                       1       1
A. fabae gp.                           1   1
A. solani                           2    
B. helichrysi     1             1     1      
B. brassicae                               1
C. aegopodii           100 14 45 51 1     2 2   15
D. platanoidis     1   2 4 31 7 10 13 15 6 4 5 3 11
E. abietinum                                
H. pruni                           2    
H. lactucae               1   1            
M. euphorbiae                                
M. dirhodum     2                          
M. ascalonicus                         3      
M. persicae gp             2 4 1             3
N. ribisnigri     1                          
P. humuli             2           1 1    
R. oxyacanthae     200   679 109 562 2 56 23 12 3 15 6 44 15
R. maidis                   1         4  
R. padi     47   100 81 193 12 82 37 4 25 12 7 41 57
S. avenae                       1       1
S. fragariae     2       2 2 10 14 2 28 1 2 1 22

The Rothamsted Insect Survey is a BBSRC supported National Capability with additional support from the Lawes Agricultural Trust, the BBRO, AHDB and others.

Any enquiries should be directed to Mark Taylor: mark-s.taylor@rothamsted.ac.uk 01582 938463

National Capability

A national capability is a BBSRC-funded resource intended to benefit the scientific community in general. These can be facilities as well as opensource datasets. 

National Capabilities

Rothamsted Insect Survey

Operates two national networks for monitoring insect populations in the UK

North Wyke Farm Platform

Provides the research community access to a range of in situ state-of-the-art instrumentation in hydrologically isolated fields and farms to better address key issues in sustainable agriculture.

PHI-base

A database of interactions between pathogens and their hosts maintained at Rothamsted Research with international input.

Long-Term Experiments

These have been running since the mid 19th Century, provide a unique experimental system and archive of soil and plant samples.