한국응용곤충학회 학술대회논문집 2014 한국응용곤충학회 추계학술발표회 , 응용곤충학의 현안 - 검역과 곤충산업 Frontiers in Applied Entomology - Quarantine and Insect Industry (p.12-12)

Biological Control of Invaded Insect Pests in Korea

키워드 :
Invaded pest,classical biological control

초록

There are relatively few cases of classical biological control in Korea. During 1904 to 1905 the wooly apple aphid, Eriosoma langigerum, had been happen to invade into Korea from Japan together with imported seedling of apple and its damage spread to Jinampo near Pyoung-Yang City and it occurred all across the country by 1934. In 1934 a parasitic wasp, Aphelinus mali, was introduced and released to apple orchards and found established in nature. And it was the first case of classical biological control in Korea. Afterward couple of classical biological control programs against invaded pests were conducted mainly by the RDA with variable results. For example the orange scale, Ceroplastes rubens, and the Eggar which were successfully controlled by introduction Anicetus beneficus and Thecodiplosis pinico, respectively.