Pubblicazioni Ivan Hiltpold

Moisan K., Kostenko O., Galeano M., Soler R., van der Ent S., Hiltpold I.
The sky is not the limit: Successful foliar application of Steinernema spp. entomopathogenic nematodes to control Lepidopteran caterpillars.
Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, 206, 2024, 1-11.

La Forgia D., Gindro K., Hiltpold I.
Les oeufs de la punaise marbrée, source d'innovations phytosanitaires.
Journal Agri, 15 mars, 2024, 20.

Hiltpold I., Breitenmoser S., Bolis L., Rasmann S., Baux A., Magnin L., Laurent E.-A., Bessat M., Petremand G.
Culture du colza et lutte contre ses insectes ravageurs : La durabilité est-elle possible ?
In: Annual meeting of the Swiss Entomological Society. 8 mars, Neuchâtel. 2024, 1-29.

Hiltpold I.
Better together than alone: The use of intercropping in field crops.
In: Phytomedical Colloquim. 22 November, Goettingen. 2023, 1-37.

Hiltpold I., Soler R., Galeano M., Moisan K.
Sky is not the limit: Successful application of soil-dwelling entomopathogenic nematodes to control Lepidopteran caterpillars on leaves.
In: 55th Annual Meeting of the Society for Invertebrate Pathology. 30. July, Maryland. 2023, 1-13.

La Forgia D., Hiltpold I., Cleroux M., Favaro R., Gindro K.
The killer detects prey’s odours: can fungi be attracted to Halyomorpha halys eggs by their volatiles?
In: European conference of Entomology 2023. 16. October, Heraklion (GR). 2023, 284.

Kunkel B., Cissel W. J., Tooker J. F., Howe D. K., Denver D. R., Mc Donnell R. J., Hiltpold I.
Nematodes associated with terrestrial slugs in Mid-Atlantic (Delaware, USA) soybean.
Agronomy, 13, (645), 2023, 1-11.

Lewis E. E., Stevens G., Hiltpold I.
Nematode use for testing theoretical models of behavioral ecology.
In: Nematodes as Model Organisms. Ed. Itamar Glazer, David I. Shapiro-Ilan, Paul W. Sternberg, CABI Publishing. 2022, 276-292.

Breitenmoser S., Hiltpold I., Steinger T., Baux A.
Intercropping Winter Oilseed Rape (Brassica napus L.) Has the Potential to Lessen the Impact of the Insect Pest Complex.
Agronomy, 12, (3), 2022, 1-10.

La Forgia D., Hiltpold I., Gindro K., Cléroux. M, Kehrli P.
Following stink odor: The use of oviposition induced plant volatile to enhance the presence of egg parasitoids in the field against Halyomorpha halys and Nezara Viridula.
In: Pherofruit 2022. 25. septembre, Girona (Spanien). 2022.

Hiltpold I., Dahlin P.
Nematode ist nicht gleich Nematode.
BauernZeitung, 23, 2021, 28-29.

Hiltpold I., Dahlin P.
Les nématodes sont des organismes vivants encore largement méconnus.
Journal Agri, 25 juin, 2021, 21.

Ingber D.A., Christensen S.A., Alborn H.T., Hiltpold I.
Detecting the conspecific: herbivory-induced olfactory cues in the fall armyworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae).
Metabolites, 11, (9), 2021, 1-14.

Kim J., Hiltpold I., Jaffuel G., Sbaiti I., Hibbard B. E., Turlings T.C.J.
Calcium-alginate beads as a formulation for the application of entomopathogenic nematodes to control rootworms.
Journal of Pest Science, 94, 2021, 1197-1208.

Laurent E.-A., Bousselin X., Breitenmoser S., Hiltpold I., Baux A.
Winterraps - Empfohlene Sortenliste und Forschung.
Revue UFA, (7-8), 2021, 34-35.
altre lingue: francese

Hiltpold I., Breitenmoser S., Steinger T., Bousselin X., Nussbaum V., Baux A.
Companion plants hinder foes and boost yield in oilseed rape.
In: NBFF-Tagung 2020. 04.12., online. 2020.

Breitenmoser S., Steinger T., Bousselin X., Baux A., Hiltpold I.
Using companion crops to hinder insect foes and boost yield in oilseed rape.
In: Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America. 11.11., online. 2020.

Koppenhofer A. M., Shapiro-Ilan D. I., Hiltpold I.
Advances in the use of entomopathogenic nematodes (EPNs) as biopesticides in suppressing crop insect pests.
In: Biopesticides for sustainable agriculture. 23 March, Ed. Birch, N. and Glare, T., Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing, Cambridge, UK. 2020, 1-39.

Koppenhöfer A. M., Shapiro-Ilan D. I., Hiltpold I.
Entomopathogenic nematodes in sustainable food production.
Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 4, 2020, 1-14.

Hiltpold I., Moore B. D., Johnson S. N.
Elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations alter root morphology and reduce the effectiveness of entomopathogenic nematodes.
Plant and Soil, 447, 2020, 29-38.

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