Wednesday, 29 October 2003: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

232-242 (Convention Center (Second Floor))

Symposium: Trap Cropping--Using Insect Behavior, Plant Biology, and Landscape Management to Control Insect Pests

Organizer(s): Francisco R. Badenes-Perez
Anthony M. Shelton
Brian A. Nault
8:00 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:15 AM0825Focusing on the insect: Characteristics of an insect that make it amenable to trap cropping
Heikki M. T. Hokkanen
8:40 AM0826Focusing on the cropping system: What crop and landscape characteristics are conducive for trap cropping
Casey W. Hoy
9:05 AM0827The role of alfalfa in managing western tarnished plant bug at the landscape level
Pete B. Goodell, Shannon C. Mueller, Charlie G. Summers
9:25 AM0828Colorado potato beetle in potatoes: Dispersal behavior of the insect opens up trap cropping opportunities
Richard T. Roush, Ward Tingey
9:45 AM0829Utilization of trap crops for control of cucurbit pests
Forrest Mitchell, Sam Pair
10:05 AMBreak
10:10 AM0830Managing insect-vectored diseases through trap cropping
David W. Ragsdale
10:30 AM0831Trap crop potential for apples: Focusing on plant chemicals and insect vision
Ron Prokopy
10:50 AM0832Diamondback moth in crucifers: Moving forward from a history of successes and failures
Francisco R. Badenes-Perez, Anthony M. Shelton, Brian A. Nault
11:10 AM0833Combined use of trap and repellent plants in a 'push-pull' strategy to control cereal stemborers (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae; Noctuidae) in Africa
Zeyaur R. Khan, John A. Pickett
11:30 AMPanel Discussion

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