Wednesday, 17 November 2004: 1:00 PM-3:00 PM

Ballroom D (Salt Palace L-1)

Ten-Minute Papers, Section F. Crop Protection Entomology

Moderator(s): Eileen M. Cullen
Louis Hesler
1:00 PM1083Pyrethroid barrier sprays are a success story for cutworm control in Washington vineyards  [ Recorded presentation ]
Douglas B. Walsh, Holly Ferguson, Timothy Waters, Ronald Wight
1:12 PM1084Optimizing cherry fruit fly trapping and evaluation of insecticides for fruit fly control  [ Recorded presentation ]
Diane Alston
1:24 PM1085The persistence of Checkmate OFM-F microcapsules containing oriental fruit moth pheromone in apple and peach orchards
Daniel Waldstein
1:36 PM1086An improved trap for stink bug monitoring in apple and peach orchards
Henry W. Hogmire, Tracy C. Leskey
1:48 PM1087Codling moth control problems on pears in Oregon’s Hood River Valley: Is it resistance, poor timing, or less effective control programs?  [ Recorded presentation ]
Allison T. Walston, Helmut Riedl
2:00 PMBreak
2:12 PM1088Areawide organic IPM in pear: A three-year success story  [ Recorded presentation ]
John E. Dunley, Tara M. Madsen, Bruce M. Greenfield
2:24 PM1089Taking research to the farm: Evaluation of a reduced-risk IPM program for insect management in highbush blueberry
Rufus Isaacs, Keith Mason, Matt E. O'Neal, John C. Wise
2:36 PM1090Management of thrips in Florida citrus  [ Recorded presentation ]
Michael E Rogers, Carl C Childers
2:48 PM1091Results of a three-year field study to characterize the effect of Surround® particle film treatments on citrus growth, secondary pests, and the Diaprepes root weevil
S. L. Lapointe, C. L. McKenzie, G. McCollum

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