Korean Journal of Environmental Biology Vol. 40 No. 2 (p.164-171)

고추 온실에서 꽃노랑총채벌레의 축차표본조사법 개발

Development of sequential sampling plan for Frankliniella occidentalis in greenhouse pepper
키워드 :
Frankliniella occidentalis,spatial distribution,fixed-precision stop line,decision- making


서 론
재료 및 방법
   1. 조사장소 및 표본추출 (study plot and sampling)
   2. 표본추출법 개발
결 과
   1. 식물체 내 위치별 밀도변동
   2. 공간분포분석
   3. 표본추출정지선
   4. 방제의사결정
   5. 조사방법의 적합성 분석
고 찰
적 요
사 사


Frankliniella occidentalis is an invasive pest insect, which affects over 500 different species of host plants and transmits viruses (tomato spotted wilt virus; TSWV). Despite their efficiency in controling insect pests, pesticides are limited by residence, cost and environmental burden. Therefore, a fixed-precision level sampling plan was developed. The sampling method for F. occidentalis adults in pepper greenhouses consists of spatial distribution analysis, sampling stop line, and control decision making. For sampling, the plant was divided into the upper part (180 cm above ground), middle part (120-160 cm above ground), and lower part (70-110 cm above ground). Through ANCOVA, the P values of intercept and slope were estimated to be 0.94 and 0.87, respectively, which meant there were no significant differences between values of all the levels of the pepper plant. In spatial distribution analysis, the coefficients were derived from Taylor’s power law (TPL) at pooling data of each level in the plant, based on the 3-flowers sampling unit. F. occidentalis adults showed aggregated distribution in greenhouse peppers. TPL coefficients were used to develop a fixed-precision sampling stop line. For control decision making, the pre-referred action thresholds were set at 3 and 18. With two action thresholds, Nmax values were calculated at 97 and 1149, respectively. Using the Resampling Validation for Sampling Program (RVSP) and the results gained from the greenhouses, the simulated validation of our sampling method showed a reasonable level of precision.