Haim Reuveny, Ph.D .

E-mail: lpmc@migal.org.il


1991 B.Sc. Biology, Haifa University, Israel
1996 M.Sc. Dept. of Entomology, Faculty of Agriculture the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Thesis: “Biology of the Predaceous Mite Typhlodromus athiasae Porath and Swirski” (Abstract).
2001 Ph.D. Dept. of Entomology, Faculty of Agriculture the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Thesis: “Resistanca of the Codling Moth to Pesticides and Development a Resistance Management Program” (Abstract)
2004 Postdoctoral, Dept. of Plant Protection Sciences, Chemical Ecology, SLU Alnarp Sweden (Prof. Peter Witzgall). Thesis: “Attraction of Codling moth females and of the European corn borer to host plants” (Abstract).
2005 Postdoctoral, Dept. of Plant Protection Service, Section of Entomology. Wageningen, The Netherlands (Gijsbertus Vierbergen). Course on Thysanoptera. Thesis: “Thrips species fauna in stone-fruits in Israel” (Abstract).


1992-1994 Extension advisor of the IPM program of Fruit Growers Association
1994-1996 Extension advisor at the Dept, of Plant Protection, Ministry of Agriculture, Extension Service
1996-1999 Researcher at the Dept. of Entomology, Agriculture Company and Northern R&D, Israel
2000 -present Researcher at the Dept.of Entomology, Integrated Pest Management Center (IPMC), Northern R&D, Israel.

Current Research

  • Wide area control of codling moth used mating disruption strategy.
  • Evasion of codling moth to sex pheromone.
  • Characterization of damages caused by thrips in different stages of nectarine and plum.
  • Developing programs for resistance management of pear psylla to pesticides.
  • Integrating the predator bug Anthocoris nemoralis in management control of pear psylla.
  • Developing management control strategy to control woodborer pests (Capnodis spp., Zeuzera pyrina, Cerambyx dux).


  1. Reuveny, H, Farkash, Z. and Levi-Shaked, A. 2009. Control of the olive scale Parlatoria oleae (Clovee). Alon Hanotea 63(6),814-819. (in Hebrew with English abstract).
  2. Reuveny, H, Oppenheim, D. and Ben-Yakir, D. 2009. Thrips control in stonefruit orchards in Israel. Alon Hanotea 63(6),806-812. (in Hebrew with English abstract).
  3. Reuveny, H, Steinberg, S. Oppenheim, D and Shltiel-Harpaz, L. (2007). Integration of the predatory bug Anthocoris nemoralis to pear psylla management in Israel. Alon Hanotea 61(6), 687-692. (in Hebrew with English abstract).
  4. Reuveny, H and Cohen, E. 2007. Toxicity of azinphosmethyl to various development stages of the codling moth Cydia pomonella (L.) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae). Pest Manag. Sci 63(2), 129-133.
  5. Reuveny, H Zada, A., Harari, A., and Oppenheim, D. 2006. Efficiency of pheromone and eggs traps to monitoring the leopard moth Zeuzera pyrina L. Alon Hanotea 60(8). (in Hebrew with English abstract).
  6. Reuveny, H , Kedoshim, R, Akunis, O. and Ben-Yakir, D. 2005. Characterization and control of thrips population in stone-fruits orchard in Israel. Alon Hanotea 59(6). (in Hebrew with English abstract).
  7. Reuveny, H 2005. Improvement of Pear Psylla (Cacopsylla bidens) Control in Israel. Alon Hanotea 59(8). (in Hebrew with English abstract).
  8. Reuveny, H and Cohen, E. 2004. Resistance of the Codling Moth Cydia pomonella (L.) to Pesticides in Israel. J. Appl. Entomol. 128(9-10), 645-651.
  9. Reuveny, H and Cohen, E. 2004. Activity of enzymes associated with conferring resistance in codling moth susceptible and resistant to azinphos-methyl. Arch Insect Biochem. Physiol. 57:92-100.
  10. Reuveny, H, Soroker, V., Oppenheim. D. and Zilbershtaine, M. 2004. The Integration of Kaolin in Pear Psylla Cacopsylla bidens (Sulc) Control Management Alon Hanotea 58(8). (in Hebrew with English abstract).
  11. Reuveny, H, Soroker, V., Oppenheim. D., Zilbershtaine, M., Carvalho, C. J., Akunis, O. and Kedoshim, R. 2004. Management Control of Pear Psylla Cacopsylla bidens (Sulc). Alon Hanotea 59(1). (in Hebrew with English abstract).
  12. Shu, W, Reuveny, H, Bravdo, B. A. and Shoseyov, O. 2004. Hydrolysis of glycosidically bound volatiles from apple leaves (cv. Anna) by Aspergillus niger ?-glucosidase affects the behavior of codling moth (Cydia pomonella L.). J. Agric. Food Chem. 52, 6212-6216.
  13. Reuveny, H 2003. The Importance of Codling moth area wide control in IPM orchards. Alon Hanotea 57(8) ):143-147 (in Hebrew).
  14. Reuveny, H and Cohen, E. 2002. Resistance of the Codling Moth to Pesticides. Alon Hanotea 56(11). (in Hebrew with English abstract).