EPPO standartų numeriai, lentelė

EPPO standartų lentelėje pateikti numeriai ir pavadinimai anglų kalba.

Standarto pavadinimas angliškai
PP 1/1(4) Foliar diseases on sugarbeet
PP 1/2(5) Phytophthora infestans on potato
PP 1/3(4) Pseudoperonospora humuli
PP 1/4(4) Uncinula necator
PP 1/5(3) Venturia inaequalis and V. pyrina
PP 1/6(3) Adoxophyes orana
PP 1/7(3) Cydia pomonella
PP 1/8(3) Delia antiqua
PP 1/9(3) Delia radicum in vegetable brassicas
PP 1/10(4) Delia coarctata
PP 1/11(3) Eupoecilia ambiguella and Lobesia botrana
PP 1/12(4) Leptinotarsa decemlineata
PP 1/13(3) Ostrinia nubilalis
PP 1/14(4) Chamaepsila rosae
PP 1/15(3) Tetranychid mites in orchards
PP 1/16(3) Botryotinia fuckeliana on strawberries
[PP 1/17(2)] Botrytis cinerea on grapevine
PP 1/17(3) Botryotinia fuckeliana on grapevine
[PP 1/18(2)] Storage rot and storage scab of apples (pre-harvest application)
PP 1/18(3) Storage diseases of apples (pre-harvest application)
PP 1/19(5) Seed-borne cereal fungi
PP 1/20(3) Aphids on cereals
[PP 1/21(2)] Aphids on fruit (top, bush, cane)
PP 1/22(3) Phorodon humuli
PP 1/23(2) Aphids on ornamental plants
[PP 1/24(2)] Aphids on potato, sugar beet, pea, broad bean and other vegetables
PP 1/25(3) Globodera and Heterodera spp.
[PP 1/26(2)] Erysiphe graminis
PP 1/26(4) Foliar and ear diseases on cereals
[ PP 1/27(2)] Cereal rusts
PP 1/28(3) Eyespot of cereals [replacing Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides]
[PP 1/29(2)] Leptosphaeria nodorum and Mycosphaerella graminicola on wheat
PP 1/30(2) Blumeriella jaapii
PP 1/31(3) Plasmopara viticola
PP 1/32(3) Rhizoctonia solani on potato
PP 1/33(2) Hoplocampa spp.
PP 1/34(2) Delia platura and Delia florilega
PP 1/35(2) Rhagoletis cerasi
PP 1/36(3) Whiteflies (Trialeurodes vaporariorum, Bemisia tabaci) on protected crops
PP 1/37(2) Tetranychus urticae on vegetables
PP 1/38(3) Monilinia laxa
PP 1/39(2) Plasmodiophora brassicae
PP 1/40(2) Soil fungi attacking ornamental plants
PP 1/41(2) Stigmina carpophila
[ PP 1/42] Venturia inaequalis and V. pirina (curative treatments)
PP 1/43(3) Atomaria linearis
PP 1/44(2) Cacopsylla spp.
PP 1/45(3) Soil pest complex on beet [replacing Scutigerella immaculata]
PP 1/46(3) Wireworms
PP 1/47(2) Ditylenchus dipsaci
PP 1/48(2) Migratory root nematodes
PP 1/49(3) Weeds in brassica oil crops
PP 1/50(4) Weeds in maize
PP 1/51(3) Weeds in potato
PP 1/52(4) Weeds in sugar and fodder beet and industrial chicory
PP 1/53(3) Weeds in lupin and Vicia beans
PP 1/54(3) Botrytis spp. on vegetables
PP 1/55(2) Phomopsis viticola
PP 1/56(3) Phytophthora spp. causing fruit rot on citrus
PP 1/57(3) Powdery mildew of cucurbits and other vegetables
PP 1/58(2) Agrotis segetum
PP 1/59(2) Noctuids in vineyards
PP 1/60(3) Sitona lineatus
PP 1/61(3) Weeds in grassland
PP 1/62(3) Weeds in water-seeded rice
PP 1/63(3) Weeds in sunflower
PP 1/64(4) Weeds in grapevine
PP 1/65(4) Downy mildews of vegetables
PP 1/66(2) Fungal storage rots of potato
PP 1/67(3) Anthracnose on olive
PP 1/68(2) Peronospora hyoscyami
PP 1/69(3) Podosphaera leucotricha
PP 1/70(4) Aphid vectors of Barley yellow dwarf virus
PP 1/71(3) Aphid vectors of potato leafroll luteovirus on seed potatoes
PP 1/72(2) Planococcus citri
PP 1/73(4) Psylliodes chrysocephala on oilseed rape
PP 1/74(3) Scales on citrus
PP 1/75(3) Weeds in Allium crops
PP 1/76(4) Weeds in forage legumes
[ PP 1/77(2)] Erysiphe betae
[ PP 1/78(2)] Leptosphaeria maculans and Alternaria brassicae on rape
PP 1/78(4) Root, stem, foliar and pod diseases of oilseed rape
[ PP 1/79(2)] Rhynchosporium secalis
[ PP 1/80(2)] Sclerotinia sclerotiorum on rape
PP 1/81(3) Cycloconium oleagineum
PP 1/82(2) Taphrina deformans
PP 1/83(2) Caterpillars on leaf brassicas
PP 1/84(2) Hydraecia micacea on hop
PP 1/85(3) Thrips on outdoor crops
PP 1/86(2) Zabrus tenebrioides
PP 1/87(2) Aceria sheldoni
PP 1/88(3) Weeds in flower bulbs and flower tubers
PP 1/89(3) Weeds in leafy and brassica vegetables
PP 1/90(3) Weeds in orchards and other fruiting tree crops such as citrus and olives
PP 1/91(4) Weeds in Phaseolus and Pisum
PP 1/92(3) Weeds in strawberry
PP 1/93(3) Weeds in cereals
PP 1/94(3) Grassland renewal
PP 1/95(4) Slugs
[PP 1/96(3)] Slugs in field crops
PP 1/97(2) Laboratory and field tests for the evaluation of rodenticidal dusts
PP 1/98(3) Weed control between crops
PP 1/99(3) Weeds in root vegetables
PP 1/100(2) Lophodermium seditiosum
PP 1/101(2) Phacidium infestans
PP 1/102(2) Phytophthora cactorum on strawberry
PP 1/103(3) Soil borne Phytophthora spp. on fruiting (solanaceous and cucurbitaceous) vegetable and legume vegetable crops
PP 1/104(2) Sphaerotheca pannosa
PP 1/105(2) Storage rots of citrus (post-harvest treatments)
[PP 1/106(2)] Ceratitis capitata
PP 1/107(3) Ceutorhynchus assimilis
PP 1/108(3) Bactrocera oleae - canopy spray
PP 1/109(2) Helicoverpa armigera on cotton
PP 1/110(2) Loxostege sticticalis
PP 1/111(3) Otiorhynchus spp. on ornamentals and strawberry
PP 1/112(2) Panonychus citri
PP 1/113(2) Laboratory tests for evaluation of the toxicity and acceptability of rodenticides and rodenticide preparations
PP 1/114(2) Field tests against synanthropic rodents (Mus musculus, Rattus norvegicus, R. rattus)
PP 1/115(3) Aquatic weeds
PP 1/116(3) Weeds in forests
PP 1/117(3) Weeds on hard and semi-permeable surfaces
PP 1/118(3) Weeds in outdoor fruit vegetables
PP 1/119(3) Weeds in Ribes and Rubus
PP 1/120(2) Foliage diseases of Allium crops
PP 1/121(2) Leafspots of vegetables
PP 1/122(2) Phytophthora nicotianae var. parasitica on citrus
PP 1/123(2) Nectria galligena
PP 1/124(2) Rusts of vegetables
PP 1/125(4) Seed treatments against seedling diseases (trials under controlled conditions)
PP 1/126(2) Eurygaster integriceps
PP 1/127(2) Hylobius abietis
PP 1/128(2) Insects on conifer timber
PP 1/129(3) Otiorhynchus ligustici on hop
PP 1/130(3) Prays oleae
PP 1/131(3) Quadraspidiotus perniciosus
PP 1/132(2) Zeuzera pyrina
PP 1/133(2) Tetranychid mites in vineyards
PP 1/134(2) Attractants for Ips typographus
PP 1/135(4) Phytotoxicity assessment
PP 1/136(3) Weeds in amenity grassland
PP 1/137(3) Weeds in cotton
PP 1/138(3) Weeds in flax/linseed and hemp
PP 1/139(3) Weeds in hop
PP 1/140(3) Weeds in tobacco
PP 1/141(3) Weeds in tree and shrub nurseries
PP 1/142(2) Side-effects on Encarsia formosa
PP 1/143(3) Potato desiccants
PP 1/144(2) Reduction of lodging in cereals and maize
PP 1/145(3) Reduction lodging in water-seeded rice
PP 1/146(3) Retardation of growth in grass
PP 1/147(2) Phytophthora fragariae
PP 1/148(2) Soil treatments against Pythium spp.
PP 1/149(2) Aphis gossypii on cotton
PP 1/150(2) Spodoptera exigua on cotton
PP 1/151(2) Side-effects on Phytoseiulus persimilis
PP 1/152(4) Design and analysis of efficacy evaluation trials
PP 1/153(3) Control of lodging and growth regulation in brassica oil crops
PP 1/154(3) Control of (primocane) suckers in Rubus
PP 1/155(3) Control of suckers in tobacco
PP 1/156(4) Accelerated ripening of oilseed crops and large-grain legumes
PP 1/157(3) Regulation of growth in ornamental plants by pre-harvest applications [the previous version 157(2) has been revised and separated into 2 standards: 157(3) & 247(1)]
PP 1/158(3) Regulation of growth in pome fruits
PP 1/159(2) Local wound treatments of apple
PP 1/160(2) Thrips on glasshouse crops
PP 1/161(3) Control of suckers in grapevine
PP 1/162(3) Control of suckers in hop
PP 1/163(3) Regulation of growth in Pisum
PP 1/164(3) Sprout suppressants in potato: at storage or in store application
[ PP 1/165(2)] Botrytis cinerea on ornamentals
PP 1/165(3) Botryotinia fuckeliana on ornamentals
PP 1/166(3) Erwinia amylovora
PP 1/167(2) Insects and mites on mushrooms
PP 1/168(2) Tarsonemid mites on ornamentals
PP 1/169(2) Field rodents (Microtus, Arvicola)
PP 1/170(4) Side-effects on honeybees
PP 1/171(3) Regulation of growth in grapevine (except sucker control)
PP 1/172(2) Leaf and pod spots of pea
PP 1/173(2) Puccinia horiana
PP 1/174(2) Apple leaf miners
PP 1/175(2) Cydia nigricana
PP 1/176(2) Leaf miners on ornamentals
PP 1/177(2) Leaf miners on vegetables
PP 1/178(3) Meligethes aeneus on rape
PP 1/179(2) Colomerus vitis
PP 1/180(2) Side-effects on Trichogramma cacoeciae
PP 1/181(5) Conduct and reporting of efficacy evaluation trials including good experimental practice
PP 1/182(3) Chemical hybridizing agents in cereals (except maize)
PP 1/183(2) Dwarfing of ornamental trees and shrubs
PP 1/184(3) Regulation of growth in citrus
PP 1/185(3) Regulation of growth in olive (except sucker control)
PP 1/186(3) Rooting of cuttings
PP 1/187(2) Sesamia nonagrioides on maize
PP 1/188(2) Aphelenchoides spp. on ornamentals
PP 1/189(3) Reduction of lodging in sunflower
PP 1/190(3) Regulation of growth in strawberry
PP 1/191(2) Hopper bands of Schistocerca gregaria under natural conditions
PP 1/192(2) Mites on strawberry
PP 1/193(3) Tipula larvae in grassland
PP 1/194(2) Blue-stain fungi of softwood
PP 1/195(2) Fungi on flower bulbs and tubers
PP 1/196(2) Fungi on woody ornamentals
PP 1/197(1) Non-target effects of rodenticides
PP 1/198(1) Testing rodents for resistance to anticoagulant rodenticides
PP 1/199(1) Rodent seed repellents
PP 1/200(1) Rodent repellents against debarking of trees
PP 1/201(1) Fumigants to control insect and mite pests of stored plant products
PP 1/202(1) Space and structural treatments of store rooms
PP 1/203(1) Admixture of plant protection products to stored plant products to control insects and mites
PP 1/204(1) Laboratory testing of plant protection products against insect and mite pests of stored plant products
PP 1/205(1) Pseudopezicula tracheiphila on grapevine
PP 1/206(1) Typhula incarnata on winter barley
PP 1/207(2) Effects on succeeding crops
PP 1/208(2) Regulation of growth in stone fruits by pre-harvest in-field foliar applications
PP 1/209(2) Pegomya spp. on beet and spinach
PP 1/210(1) Defoliators of forest trees
PP 1/211(1) Fungal diseases on amenity grassland
PP 1/212(2) Diabrotica virgifera - larvae
PP 1/213(4) Resistance risk analysis
PP 1/214(4) Principles of acceptable efficacy
PP 1/215(1) Sphaerotheca humuli on hop
PP 1/216(1) Tetranychus urticae on hop
PP 1/217(1) Oscinella frit
PP 1/218(2) Phyllotreta spp. on rape
PP 1/219(1) Ceutorhynchus napi and C. pallidactylus (quadridens) in oilseed rape
PP 1/220(1) Dasineura brassicae
PP 1/221(1) Foliar diseases of non-woody ornamentals
PP 1/222(1) Storage diseases of stone fruit
PP 1/223(2) Introduction to the efficacy evaluation of plant protection products
PP 1/224(2) Principles of efficacy evaluation for minor uses
PP 1/225(2) Minimum effective dose
PP 1/226(3) Number of efficacy trials
PP 1/227(1) Definition of a plant protection product
PP 1/228(3) Aphids on beet, including aphid vectors of viruses
PP 1/229(1) Aphids on leguminous crops
PP 1/230(1) Aphids on potato
PP 1/231(1) Aphids in sunflower
PP 1/232(1) Aphids on tobacco
PP 1/233(1) Athalia rosae, Plutella xylostella and Autographa gamma on arable Brassicaceae
PP 1/234(1) Haplodiplosis marginata
PP 1/235(1) Leaf miners on cereals
PP 1/236(1) Oulema spp. on cereals
PP 1/237(1) Thrips on cereals
PP 1/238(1) White grubs
PP 1/239(3) Dose expression for plant protection products
PP 1/240(1) Harmonized basic information for databases on plant protection products
PP 1/241(2) Guidance on comparable climates
PP 1/242(2) Taint tests
PP 1/243(2) Effects of plant protection products on transformation processes
PP 1/244(1) Secondary bunch rots on grapevine
PP 1/245(1) Aphids on maize
PP 1/246(1) Flea beetles on flax
PP 1/247(1) Regulation of growth in ornamental plants by post-harvest or ‘in store’ applications
PP 1/248(3) Harmonized classification and coding of the uses of plant protection products
PP 1/249(1) Cutworms in arable crops
PP 1/250(1) Leaf eating insects in beet
PP 1/251(1) Wheat blossom midges on cereals
PP 1/252(1) Aphids on strawberry
PP 1/253(1) Aphids on bush and cane fruit
PP 1/254(2) Eriosoma lanigerum on apple
PP 1/255(2) Regulation of growth in pome fruits by post-harvest and 'in store' applications
PP 1/256(1) Effects on adjacent crops
PP 1/257(2) Efficacy and crop safety extrapolations for minor uses
PP 1/258(2) Aphids on stone and pome fruit
PP 1/259(2) Delia radicum on oilseed rape
PP 1/260(1) Pleospora allii on pear
PP 1/261(1) Disinfection in plant protection
PP 1/262(1) Take-all of cereals (Gaeumannomyces graminis)
PP 1/263(1) Alternaria solani and Alternaria alternata on potato and outdoor production of tomato
PP 1/264(2) Principles of trials design and data generation for mating disruption pheromones
PP 1/265(1) Aphid vectors of non-persistent viruses on flower bulb or flower tuber crops
PP 1/266(1) Aphid vectors of non-persistent viruses on seed potatoes
PP 1/267(1) Thrips in Allium crops
PP 1/268(1) Study of unintentional effects of plant protection products on fermentation processes and characteristics of wine
PP 1/269(1) Comparable climates on global level
PP 1/270(1) Fungal diseases on cultivated mushroom of Agaricus spp.
PP 1/271(3) Guidance on comparative assessment
PP 1/272(2) Foliar diseases on maize
PP 1/273(1) Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato and Xanthomonas spp. on tomato
PP 1/274(1) Diabrotica virgifera - adults
PP 1/275(1) Tuta absoluta
PP 1/276(1) Principles of efficacy evaluation for microbial plant protection products
[PP 1/277(1)] Insecticide co-formulated mixtures
PP 1/278(1) Principles of zonal data production and evaluation
PP 1/279(1) Foliage diseases of Asparagus officinalis
PP 1/280(1) Bactrocera oleae – bait application
PP 1/281(1) Drosophila suzukii
PP 1/282(2) Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae, P. syringae, and P. viridiflava on kiwifruit
PP 1/283(1) Psylliodes attenuata on hop
PP 1/284(1) Rhynchophorus ferrugineus
PP 1/285(1) Fusarium ear rot of maize
PP 1/286(1) Phthorimaea operculella
PP 1/287(1) Anarsia lineatella
PP 1/288(1) Grapholita molesta
PP 1/289(1) The design and use of molluscicide small plot cage (barriered) field trials
PP 1/290(1) Weeds in asparagus
PP 1/291(1) Evaluation of the influence of tank mix adjuvants on the efficacy of plant protection products
PP 1/292(1) Cleaning pesticide application equipment (PAE) – efficacy aspects
PP 1/293(1) Nasonovia ribisnigri and other aphids on lettuce
PP 1/294(1) Ceutorhynchus picitarsis
PP 1/295(1) Helicoverpa armigera on vegetables and ornamentals
PP 1/296(1) Principles of efficacy evaluation for low-risk plant protection products
PP 1/297(1) Thrips on stone fruits and citrus
PP 1/298(1) Thrips on table grapes
PP 1/299(2) Aphids on citrus
PP 1/300(1) Aphids on fruiting vegetables of the Solanaceae and Cucurbitaceae families under protected and field conditions
PP 1/301(1) Ceratitis capitata – bait application
PP 1/302(1) Ceratitis capitata – foliar application
PP 1/303(2) Efficacy evaluation of products for the control of grapevine trunk diseases in vineyards
PP 1/304(1) Control of suckers in orchards
PP 1/305(1) Weeds in soybean
PP 1/306(1) General principles for the development of co-formulated mixtures of plant protection products
PP 1/307(2) Efficacy considerations and data generation when making changes to the chemical composition or formulation type of plant protection products
PP 1/308(1) Neoglocianus maculaalba and Dasineura papaveris on poppy
PP 1/309(1) Stenocarus ruficornis (poppy root weevil)
PP 1/310(1) Whiteflies on citrus
PP 1/311(1) Aleyrodes proletella on brassica crops
PP 1/312(1) Green leafhoppers on peach
PP 1/313(2) Halyomorpha halys on fruit tree crops
PP 1/314(1)

Evaluation of mating disruption techniques against Lepidopteran pests in grapevine, pome and stone fruits under field conditions

PP 1/315(1)

Aculops lycopersici on tomato

PP 1/316(1)

Leafhoppers and planthoppers on grapevines

PP 1/317(1)

Xanthomonas arboricola pv. pruni on stone fruit

PP 1/318(1)

Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae and pv. morsprunorum on stone fruit

PP 1/319(1) General principles for Efficacy Evaluation of Plant Protection Products with a mode of action as Plant Defence Inducers
PP 1/320(1) Trioza erytreae on citrus
PP 1/321(1) Root knot nematodes (Meloidogyne sp.) in outdoor crops
PP 1/322(1) Root knot nematodes (Meloidogyne sp.) on fruiting vegetables in protected conditions
PP 1/323(1)

Evalution of mating disruption techniques against Lepidopteran pests in grapevine, pome and stone fruits under semi-field conditions

PP 1/324(1) Aphids, including aphid vectors of viruses, in winter oilseed rape
PP 1/325(1) Ceratitis capitata and other tropical fruit flies on tropical fruit trees – foliar application
PP 1/326(1) Ceratitis capitata and other tropical fruit flies on tropical fruit trees – bait application
PP 1/327(1) Anthracnose in tropical fruits
PP 1/328(1) Xanthomonas arboricola pv. juglandis on walnut

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