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MS: Advances in Pest Management for Turfgrass and Ornamentals

Sunday, November 16, 2014: 1:15 PM-5:15 PM
E143-144 (Oregon Convention Center)
Organizers:
Terri Billeisen
Adam Dale


1:15 PM
Introductory Remarks
1:20 PM
Management of invasive whiteflies in the south Florida landscape
Catharine M. Mannion, University of Florida
1:34 PM
Urban warming and pests combine to reduce street tree condition
Adam Dale, North Carolina State University ; Steven D. Frank, North Carolina State University
1:48 PM
Evaluation of field efficacy of intelligent spray systems in nursery production
Robin Rosetta, Oregon State University ; Heping Zhu, USDA - ARS ; Richard C. Derksen, Application Technology Research Unit ; Michael E. Reding, USDA - ARS ; Christopher Ranger, USDA - ARS ; Luis A. Ca˝as, The Ohio State University ; Charles Krause, Application Technology Research Unit ; James Locke, Greenhouse Production Research Laboratory ; Stanley Ernst, The Ohio State University ; Randall H. Zondag, The Ohio State University ; Amy F. Fulcher, University of Tennessee ; Yu Chen, The Ohio State University ; Hong Young Jeon, USDA - ARS ; Jiabing Gu, Nanjing Agricultural University
2:16 PM
Effects of irrigation and plant adaptations on ambrosia beetle susceptibility
Steven D. Frank, North Carolina State University ; Christopher Ranger, USDA - ARS
2:30 PM
Mobile friendly landscape pest identification website for the southeast
Steven P. Arthurs, University of Florida ; Amanda C. Hodges, University of Florida
2:44 PM
Characterization of detoxification enzymes activity in Japanese beetles
Adekunle Adesanya, Auburn University ; David Held, Auburn University
2:58 PM
Break
3:22 PM
A novel immunomarking technique for examining feeding behavior of turfgrass pests
Terri Billeisen, North Carolina State University ; Rick Brandenburg, North Carolina State University
3:36 PM
Black cutworm control on putting greens with anthranilic diamides
Eric Rebek, Oklahoma State University ; Jackson Seibert, Oklahoma State University
4:18 PM
Evaluating a novel endophytic grass purported to reduce invertebrate populations and associated bird strike risk at airports
Diana Miller, University of Kentucky ; Carl T. Redmond, University of Kentucky ; Daniel Potter, University of Kentucky
4:32 PM
Towards sustainable management of the annual bluegrass weevil
Albrecht Koppenh÷fer, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey ; Olga Kostromytska, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
4:46 PM
New stories of an old pest: Two possible insecticide resistance mechanisms in the southern chinch bug
Yao Xu, University of Florida ; Drion G. Boucias, University of Florida ; Eileen A. Buss, University of Florida
5:00 PM
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