Eve Veromann

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Name Eve Veromann
Position PhD, associate professor
Affiliation Chair of Plant Health
Põllumajandus- ja Keskkonnainstituut
Eesti Maaülikool
[Institute of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
Estonian University of Life Sciences]
Kreutzwaldi 1A
51014 Tartu
Estonia
Email eve.veromann(at)emu.ee
Tel. ++372 53033632
Remarks Ecosystem services, sustainable plant protection, landscape management, biological control, sustainable and organic agriculture
Last update 26/09/2018


Publications of Eve Veromann

Pest Management Science (2019) 75, 658-666
Gabriella Kovács, Riina Kaasik, Marjolein E. Lof, Wopke van der Werf, Tanel Kaart, John M. Holland, Anne Luik and Eve Veromann (2019)
Effects of land use on infestation and parasitism rates of cabbage seed weevil in oilseed rape

PLoS ONE (2019) 14 (2 - e0212456)
Jonathan Willow, Ana Silva, Eve Veromann and Guy Smagghe (2019)
Acute effect of low-dose thiacloprid exposure synergised by tebuconazole in a parasitoid wasp

BioControl (2017) 62, 29-38
Gabriella Kovács, Riina Kaasik, Tanel Kaart, Luule Metspalu, Anne Luik and Eve Veromann (2017)
In search of secondary plants to enhance the efficiency of cabbage seed weevil management

International Journal of Pest Management (2015) 61, 312-319
Luule Metspalu, Eve Veromann, Riina Kaasik, Gabriella Kovacs, Ingrid Helvi Williams and Marika Mänd (2015)
Comparison of sampling methods for estimating the abundance of Meligethes aeneus on oilseed crops

BioControl (2014) 59, 19-28
R. Kaasik, G. Kovács, M. Toome, L. Metspalu and E. Veromann (2014)
The relative attractiveness of Brassica napus, B. rapa, B. juncea and Sinapis alba to pollen beetles

Arthropod-Plant Interactions (2014) 8, 373-381
Eve Veromann, Riina Kaasik, Gabriella Kovács, Luule Metspalu, Ingrid H. Williams and Marika Mänd (2014)
Fatal attraction: search for a dead-end trap crop for the pollen beetle (Meligethes aeneus)

Bulletin of Insectology (2013) 66, 93-101
Luule Metspalu, Eha Kruus, Katrin Jõgar, Aare Kuusik, Ingrid H. Williams, Eve Veromann, Anne Luik, Angela Ploomi, Külli Hiiesaar, Irja Kivimägi and Marika Mänd (2013)
Larval food plants can regulate the cabbage moth, Mamestra brassicae population

Arthropod-Plant Interactions (2012) 6, 385-394
E. Veromann, L. Metspalu, I.H. Williams, K. Hiiesaar, M. Mand, R. Kaasik, G. Kovács, K. Jogar, E. Svilponis, I. Kivimagi, A. Ploomi and A. Luik. (2012)
Relative attractiveness of Brassica napus, Brassica nigra, Eruca sativa and Raphanus sativus for pollen beetle (Meligethes aeneus) and their potential for use in trap cropping

International Journal of Pest Management (2011) 57, 85-92
E. Veromann, I.H. Williams, R. Kaasik and A. Luik (2011)
Potential of parasitoids to control populations of the weevil Ceutorhynchus obstrictus (Marsham) on winter oilseed rape

Agronomy Research (2011) 9, 365-369
E. Veromann and M. Toome (2011)
Pollen beetle (Meligethes aeneus Fab) susceptibility to synthetic pyretroids - pilot study in Estonia

Agronomy Research (2009) 7, 548-554
E. Veromann, M. Saarniit, R. Kevväi and A. Luik (2009)
Effect of crop management on the incidence of Meligethes aeneus Fab. and their larval parasitism rate in organic and conventional winter oilseed rape

International Journal of Pest Management (2008) 54, 1-4
Eve Veromann, Reelika Kevväi, Anne Luik and Ingrid H. Williams (2008)
Do cropping system and insecticide use in spring oilseed rape affect the abundance of pollen beetles (Meligethes aeneus Fab.) on the crop?

Entomologica Fennica (2006) 17, 400-404
E. Veromann, E. Luik, L. Metspalu and I. Williams (2006)
Key pests and their parasitoids on spring and winter oilseed rape in Estonia

Agronomy Research (2006) 4, 227-230
R. Kevväi, E. Veromann, A. Luik and M. Saarniit (2006)
Cabbage seed weevil (Ceutorhynchus assimilis Payk.) and its parasitoids in oilseed rape crops in Estonia

Agronomy Research (2006) 4, 447-450
E. Veromann, A. Luik and R. Kevväi (2006)
The impact of field edges on the incidence of Meligethes aeneus Fab. larvae and their parasitisation in spring and winter oilseed rape