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Carlos Chinchilla

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Technical Advisor, Multimedia

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Directory, 9 Jan 2015 [cached]
Carlos Chinchilla Technical Advisor
Oil Palm Pests and Pollinators in Tabasco, Mexico, 2 April 2007 [cached]
C. marginipennis has also been found in Honduras (Hartley 1965), where it is associated with attacks of the fungus Pestalotiopsis sp. (Chinchilla 1997a).This insect, in both larval and adult stages, damages the back of the folioles by scratching thin grooves a few centimeters long, running parallel to the main nervations.This damage is observed in both adult and young plants, especially when the last ones grow associated to old plants.
Both R. palmarum and O. cassina are widespread in the American tropics, being two of the main E. guineensis pests in various countries (Genty et al. 1978; Chinchilla 1997b).
To Dr. Carlos Chinchilla of ASD de Costa Rica for his confirmation of the species Calyptocephala marginipennis.
Chinchilla, C. Ml.1997a.Enfermedades de la palma aceitera.In. Memorias del curso "Aspectos Generales del Cultivo de la Palma Aceitera.ASD de Costa Rica.92 p.
Chinchilla, C. Ml.1997b.Fauna perjudicial en palma aceitera.In. Memorias del curso "Aspectos Generales del Cultivo de la Palma Aceitera".ASD de Costa Rica.49 p.
Genty, P., Desmier de C., R., Morin, J.P. 1978.
ASD Plant Pathologist, 2 April 2007 [cached]
Carlos Chinchilla
Phone: (506) 284 1126
Fax: (506) 257 2667
ASD Oil Palm News, 1 Feb 2009 [cached]
Gerardo Alpizar and Carlos Chinchilla of ASD were the instructors.
Rony Barbosa y Carlos ..., 12 May 2006 [cached]
Rony Barbosa y Carlos Chinchilla
A clear diagnosis of the disease can be made when the characteristic sporophores of the fungi form on the leaf bases at the base of the palm. (Turner 1981; Chinchilla and Richardson 1986).
Symptoms have not been observed in palms younger than six years in Central America, but younger palms (4 years) may be affected in Malaysia (Thompson 1963).The disease may progress rather fast in some areas in palms between 9 and 11 years of age (Umaña and Chinchilla 1991).
The red ring disease caused by the nematode Bursaphelenchus ( Rhadinaphelenchus ) cocophillus used to be the most important phytosanitary problem of the oil palm in Central America, but an effective integrated management has been developed, that when properly applied, can reduced this disease to a secondary importance.Management includes reducing the inoculum sources of the nematode, and the reduction of the population of the insect vector, Rhynchophorus palmarum (Oehlschlager et al. 2002, Chinchilla 2003).
In oil palm, a ring of decolorized tissue (normally brown) may or may not appear when the stem is cut transversally (Chinchilla 1992 ).
Bulgarelli, J; Chinchilla, CM; Oehlschlager, C. 1998.The little leaf/red ring syndrome and Metamasius hemipterus captures in oil palm in Costa Rica.ASD Oil Palm Papers, 18: 17-24.
Campbell, C.L.; Madden, L.V. 1990.Introduction to Plant Disease Epidemiology.John Willey and Sons, New York.532 p.
Campbell, C.L.; Noe, J.P. 1985.The spatial analysis of soilborne pathogens and root diseases.Ann.
Chinchilla, CM; Richardson, DL.1988.Four potentially destructive diseases in Central America.In Oil Palm\Palm Oil Conferences.Agriculture. (1987, Kuala Lumpur, MY), Proc.PORIM. p. 468-470.
Chinchilla, CM; Menjivar, R.; Arias, E. 1991.El picudo de la palma y la enfermedad del anillo rojo-hoja pequeña en una plantación comercial de palma aceitera en Honduras.Turrialba 40(4): 471-477.
Chinchilla, CM.1992.El síndrome del anillo rojo-hoja pequeña en palma aceitera y cocotero.Palmas (Colombia), 13(1): 33-56.
Chinchilla, CM; Oehlschlager, AC; González, LM.1993.Management of the red ring disease in oil palm through pheromone-based trapping of Rhynchophorus palmarum ). In International Palm Oil Congress.Agriculture. (1993, Kuala Lumpur, MY).Proceedings.PORIM. p. 428-441.
Chinchilla, C.M. 2003.Integrated management of phytosanitary problems in oil palm in Central America.Manejo Integrado de Plagas y Agroecología, 67: 69-82.
C.M.I. 1972.Description of pathogenic fungi and bacteria.Ustulina deusta , No. 360.Eastern Press, London.
Mexzón, RG; Chinchilla, CM; Castrillo, G; Salamanca, D. 1994.Biología y hábitos de Rhynchophorus palmarum asociado a palma aceitera en Costa Rica.ASD Oil Palm Papers (CR) 8: 14-21.
Morales, JL.; Chinchilla, CM.1991.El picudo de la palma aceitera y la enfermedad del anillo rojo-hoja pequeña en una plantación comercial de palma aceitera en Costa Rica.Turrialba, 40(4): 478-485.
Oehlschlager, AC; McDonalds, RS; Chinchilla, CM; Patschke, SN.1995.Influence of a pheromone-based mass trapping system on the distribution of Rhynchophorus palmarum in oil palm.Environmental Entomology 24(5): 1005-1012.
Oehlschlager, A.C.; Chinchilla, C.; Castrillo, G.; González, L. 2002.Control of red ring disease by mass trapping of Rhynchophorus palmarum . Florida Entomologist 85(3): 507-513.
Turner, PD.1981.Oil Palm Diseases and Disorders.The Incorporated Society of Planters, Kuala Lumpur (MY).280 p.
Umaña, C.; Chinchilla, C. 1991.
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