Sunday, 17 November 2002: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Room 118-119 (Convention Center, Ground Level)

Ten-Minute Papers, Section F. Crop Protection Entomology

Moderator(s): Fikru J. Haile
Frederick Baxendale
8:00 AM0122Protection of lodgepole pine from attack by the mountain pine beetle, Dendroctonus ponderosae (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) using high doses of verbenone and nonhost bark volatiles
John H. Borden, Leslie J. Chong, Tracy J. Earle, Dezene P. W. Huber
8:12 AM0123Will mass trapping of codling moth ever work?
Alan Knight, Doug Light
8:24 AM0124New mating disruption formulations for control of key fruit pests in Michigan
Peter McGhee, Larry Gut, Mike Haas, David L. Epstein
8:36 AM0125Evaluation of reduced risk insecticide management programs in grower apple and peach orchards in Pennsylvania
David J. Biddinger, Larry A. Hull, Greg Krawczyk
8:48 AM0126Last Call CM: Effective, selective and residue-free codling moth control
Philipp Kirsch, Gerhard Booysen, Darek Czokajlo, John R. McLaughlin
9:00 AM0127Optimization of insecticide application timing for control of codling moth and oriental fruit moth in North Carolina apples
Daniel M. Borchert, James F. Walgenbach, George G. Kennedy
9:12 AM0128Feeding behavior of neonate oblique banded leafroller: determination of ingested volumes by fluorescence spectroscopy
Charles Vincent, B. Rancourt, J. Confais
9:24 AM0129Sex-dependent flight performance in the oriental fruit moth, Cydia molesta
Silvia Dorn, Jacqueline Hughes
9:36 AM0130Multiple species pheromone disruption in apple orchards under a selective pesticide program
Arthur M. Agnello, Harvey Reissig, Jan Nyrop, Richard Straub
9:48 AM0131Trap cropping to control Heteroptera damage in peach and apple orchards
M. W. Brown, Clarissa R. Mathews, Lisa Meihls
10:00 AMBreak
10:12 AM0132Safety of the acaricide bifenazate (ACRAMITE) to beneficial mites in a Connecticut apple orchard
P. T. McDonald, R.C. Moore
10:24 AM0133Making control decisons for tufted apple bud moth using early season trap catch and a pay-off matrix
Shawn P. Robertson, Larry A. Hull, Dennis D. Calvin
10:36 AM0134Effects of rain and sunlight on oriental fruit moth pheromone microcapsules applied to apple foliage
Daniel E. Waldstein, Larry Gut
10:48 AM0135The multicolored Asian lady beetle as a pest of fruit in Ohio
Joe Kovach, Celeste Welty, Roger N. Williams, Todd Steiner
11:00 AM0136Insecticidal control of the glassy-winged sharpshooter, Homalodisca coagulata
David H. Akey, Matthew J. Blua, Thomas J. Henneberry
11:12 AM0137Relationship between insecticide residue profiles and the lethal and sub-lethal responses of adult plum curculio, Conotrachelus nenuphar (Herbst) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), in apple
John Wise, Larry Gut, Christine VanderVoort
11:24 AM0138Asian citrus psyllid: a new pest of Texas citrus
J. Victor French
11:36 AM0139Integrated control of Lygus lineolaris (Heteroptera: Miridae) through groundcover management, selective insecticides and fungal pathogens
J. Michael Hardman, Debbie L Moreau, Jeffrey L. Franklin, Doug Strongman, Klaus I. N. Jensen
11:48 AM0140Progress toward regional suppression of melon fly on two islands in Hawaii
Ron Mau, Jari Sugano, Ming Yi Chou, Eric Jang, Roger Vargas

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