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Research reports from the 78th annual conference
January 14, 15 & 16, 2004

Number Author(s) Title
 The National Tree Fruit Technology Roadmap
2Jim McFerson, Dave Allan, Tom Auvil, Charlie de la Chapelle, Jim Doornink, Dana Faubion, Rob Lynch, Brent Milne, Brad Newman, Fran Pierce, Clark Seavert, Jay BrunnerThe National Tree Fruit Technology Roadmap
 Mating Disruption/SIR
3Lukasz Stelinski, Larry Gut, James MillerResponse of Four Tortricid Species to High-Dose Pheromone Sources
4David Epstein, Larry Gut, James MillerRelationship of Point Source Distribution to Mating Disruption Success
5Nik Wiman, Vincent Jones, Jay BrunnerVirgin Female Trapping with Leafrollers and Codling Moth in the Field
6Betsy Stutzman, Jay BrunnerAlternative Mating Disruption Choices for Codling Moth and Leafroller
7Douglas Light, Kathy Reynolds, Robert Fritts, Bill LingrenAdvances in Use and Augmentation of Lower Rates of Sprayable Pheromone for Mating Disruption of Codling Moths in Walnuts
8Alan KnightHow We Can Make Codling Moth Mating Disruption Work
9Larry Hull, Clayton Myers, Greg KrawczykLow Rate-Frequent Applications of Sprayable Pheromones for Oriental Fruit Moth and Codling Moth Mating Disruption in Pennsylvania
10Bradley Higbee, Charles BurksMating Disruption for Control of Navel Orangeworm in Almonds and Pistachios
11Charles Burks, Brad Higbee, David BrandlEffect of Temperature, Season and Population Density on Likelihood of Success in Mating Assays with Female Navel Orangeworm
12Neal Kittleson, Eugene Hannon, John BrownMating Disruption in a System Where the Trees are the 'Fruit'
13Kristin Ketner, Jesse Eng, Kris Terry, Sam Son, Kathy WolfeEffect of Low Temperature on the Relative Release of Codlemone from Various Commercial Mating Disruption Products
14G. Bohmfalk, Lance EggersMating Disruption in Organic Orchards in Arizona: A Brief 10-year History
15Steven Castagnoli, Philip VanBuskirk, Kristin Kerwin, Helmut RiedlAreawide II and Best Management Practices for Orchard Spraying: Projects Aim to Reduce Grower Reliance on OP Insecticides and Protect Water Quality
16Mark Whalon, Byron Wingerd, Phil Schwallier, Larry GutMichigan Organic Apple Production
17Jay Brunner, Mike Doerr, Elizabeth Beers, John Dunley, Vincent JonesCan You Survive Without Organophosphate Insecticides? After 3 Years and at 15 Locations, the Answer is Yes!
18John Dunley, Tara Madsen, Bruce GreenfieldOrganic and IPM Programs for Areawide Pest Management of Pear
19Shawn Steffan, Michael RedingDoubling-Times and Half-Lives: Considerations for IPM Programs under Heavy Codling Moth Pressure
20G. BohmfalkCooperative Field Demonstrations of Fiber Technology for Mating Disruption in Codling Moth in Washington
21Joseph Grant, Jeannine Lowrimore-Groh, Walt Bentley, Carolyn PickelReducing Pesticide Use in California Walnuts: The San Joaquin Walnut BIOS Project
22Vincent Jones, Callie Eastburn, Tawnee Wilburn, Jay BrunnerSampling Leafrollers in Apple Orchards: Effect of Sample Frequency and Number of Samples
23John Dunley, Mike Doerr, Tara Madsen, Bruce Greenfield, Jay BrunnerAreawide II Pear Project: All IGRs All the Time
 Thresholds/ Monitoring
24Nik Wiman, Vincent Jones, Jay Brunner, Fran PierceDeveloping an Automated Trapping System for Precision IPM in Washington Apples
25Alan KnightImprovements in Monitoring Codling Moth
26Mike Doerr, Betsy Stutzman, Jay BrunnerAn Evaluation of Lure Technologies for Monitoring Codling Moth in a Variety of Pheromone Environments
27Alan KnightDevelopment and Testing of a New Female-based Phenology Model for Codling Moth
28B.G. ZollerBiased Sampling for Consperse Stink Bug Using a Cut Fruit Technique in Bartlett Pears
29S. Cockfield, E. Beers, E. Miliczky, D. HortonManagement and Migration of Western Flower Thrips in Apple
30S. Cockfield, E. BeersEffect of Campylomma verbasci on 'Gala' and Other Apple Cultivars
 Biological Control
31Lawrence Lacey, Don ThomsonCodling Moth Granulovirus: Its History and Mode of Action
32Graciela Quintana, Enrique Scholz, Cecilia Scholz, Leticia AlvaradoControl of Codling Moth (Cydia pomonella L.) with CARPOVIRUS Plus, Granulosis Virus Product, in Pome Orchards in Argentina: Three Years of Field Trials
33L. Lacey, S. Arthurs, H. Headrick, R. Fritts Jr., D. ThomsonField Evaluation of Commercial Formulations of the Codling Moth Granulovirus
34Dong-Soon Kim, Deborah Brooks, Helmut RiedlAcute Toxicity and Sublethal Effects of Abamectin, Acetamiprid, Methoxyfenozide and Spinosad on the Predaceous Plant Bug Deraeocoris brevis (Hemiptera: Miridae) in the Laboratory
35Holly Ferguson, Tim Waters, Doug WalshEcology and Potential for Biological Control of Lygus Bug in Apples and Stone Fruits
36Tom UnruhLeafroller Biocontrol Enhanced Near Rose and Strawberry Gardens: An Update
37Deborah Brooks, Dong-Soon Kim, Allison Walston, Helmut RiedlNatural Enemy Complexes in Pear Orchards and Adjacent Habitats in Oregon's Hood River Valley
38Allison Walston, Deborah Brooks, Richard Hilton, Helmut RiedlEuropean Earwig (Dermaptera: Forficulidae) Populations in Pear Orchards Treated with and without Organophosphate Insecticides
39Todd Murray, Lawrence Lacey, Hannah Sumerfield, Craig MacConnellEntomopathic Nematodes for Managing the Cherry Bark Tortrix, Enarmonia formosana Scopoli (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)
40Tara Madsen, John DunleyBiological Control in Areawide Organic Pest Management
 Resistance Management
41Alan KnightA 40-Year Experiment: Codling Moth's Responses to Guthion and Other Insecticides
42Stephen Welter, Frances CaveInsecticide Resistance in Codling Moth to Azinphosmethyl, Fenpropathrin and Acetamiprid
43John Dunley, Bruce Greenfield, Tara MadsenUpdate on Organophosphate Resistance in Codling Moth
 Chemical Control/New Products
44Allison Walston, Deborah Brooks, Steve Castagnoli, Helmut RiedlAreawide II Demonstration Project: 2003 Update for Oregon's Hood River Valley
45Timothy Smith, Esteban GutierrezNew Materials and Methods for Control of Cherry Fruit Fly
46Darek Czokajlo, David Robacker, Eric Hoffman, Mark Whalon, Susan Opp, Philipp Kirsch, John McLaughlinAttract and Kill Technology to Control New World Fruit Flies
47Hiro Arakawa, Kevin Forney, Charles SchillerIntroduction of Two New Products for Use in Pome Fruit: Clutchª Insecticide and Kanemiteª Miticide
48John Dunley, Bruce GreenfieldNew Materials for Control of Pear Psylla, 2003
49John Dunley, Bruce GreenfieldRate and Timing of Assail (acetamiprid), Actara (thiamethoxam), Calypso (thiacloprid) and Applaud (buprofezin) on Pear Psylla, 2003
50Ron Britt, Don JoyControl of Codling Moth in Large Plot Apple Trials with Diamondª 7.5 WG
51Vernon Fischer, Don JoyControl of Codling Moth in Large Plot Apple Trials with Diamondª 7.5 WG
52John Dunley, Bruce Greenfield, Tara MadsenStudies for Control of Codling Moth in Pear
53R. Van Steenwyk, R. Nomoto, E. Davis, S. ZolbrodInsecticide Evaluations for Codling Moth Control in Pears
54Richard Hilton, Philip VanBuskirkCodling Moth Trials and Treatment Programs in Southern Oregon Pear Orchards
55Allison Walston, Helmut RiedlStrategies for Using Imidan (phosmet) in a Seasonal Codling Moth Control Program
56Helmut Riedl, Allison Walston, Deborah Brooks, A. Farnsworth, J. Farnsworth, B. McMahon, G. McCartyCodling Moth Control with Old and New Insecticides: The Continuing Search for the Next Guthion
57Lynn WunderlichIntegrating Assailª into Sierra Foothill Apple Pest Management Programs for Codling Moth and Leafhopper Control
58Keith Granger, Jay Brunner, Michael DoerrManaging Codling Moth with Spinosad and Granulovirus
59Rachel Elkins, Chuck Ingels, Bob Van Steenwyk, Lucia VarelaControl of Codling Moth Using Organically Acceptable Granulosis Virus and Spinosad Products
 Biology/ Phenology
60Vincent Jones, Callie EastburnIt's All in the Timing for Sampling Leafroller Parasitoids
61Callie Eastburn, Vincent JonesEffect of Sublethal Doses of Bt and Intrepidª on OBLR: Implications for Model Timing
62Elizabeth BeersDeciduous Tree Fruit Arthropod Pests of North America: An Annotated Checklist
63Nina Barcenas, Tom Unruh, Lisa NevenDNA-Based Diagnostics for Lepidopteran Pests of Pome Fruit
64Koji Zolbrod, Robert Van SteenwykEffect of Cover Crop Control on Plant Bug Damage in Pears
65Christian Krupke, Jay Brunner, Vincent JonesThe Growth and Development of the Consperse Stink Bug, Euschistus conspersus, on Selected Potential Host Plants Present in Orchard Ground Cover
66Mike Doerr, Jay Brunner, Tim SmithBiology and Management of Bark Beetles (Shothole Borer) in Stone and Pome Fruits
68Yoo-Han Song, Len Coop, Michael Omeg, Allison Walston, Helmut RiedlDevelopment of a Phenology Model for Predicting Western Cherry Fruit Fly, Rhagoletis indifferens Curran (Diptera: Tephritidae), Emergence and Oviposition in the Mid-Columbia Area of Oregon
69Dong-Soon Kim, Deborah Brooks, Helmut RiedlTemperature-dependent Development and Fecundity of the Predaceous Plant Bug Deraeocoris brevis (Hemiptera: Miridae) Reared on Eggs of Ephestia kuehniella (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae)
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