Orchard Pest & Disease Management Conference

OPDMC

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

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Research reports from the 79th annual conference
January 5, 6 & 7, 2005

Number Author(s) Title
 Implementation
3J.E. Dunley, T.M. MadsenAreawide Organic Pest Management: The Peshastin Creek Project, Three Years
6M.E. WhalonUpdate on Michigan Apple Organics
9A. Walston, S. Loop, A. Farnsworth, J. Farnsworth, L. Smith, H. RiedlAreawide II: Implementation of Non-OP Pest Management Programs on Pears in Oregon's Hood River Valley
12J.P. Siegel, L.A. Lacey, R. Fritts Jr., B.S. Higbee, P. NobleUse of Steinernematid Nematodes for Postharvest Control of Navel Orangeworm in Pistachios
15M. WillettPhytosanitary Challenges to International Marketing of Northwest Tree Fruit
18M.W. Johnson, K.M. Daane, H. NadelCurrent Status of Olive Fly Management in California Table Olives
21S. Castagnoli, K. Kerwin, H. Riedl, B. Nakamura, J. JenkinsBest Management Practices for Orchard Spraying: Protecting Water Quality in the Hood River Basin
 Thresholds/ Monitoring
25Harvey Reissig, Art Agnello and Jan NyropProgress in Developing More IPM Compatible Techniques for Controlling Oriental Fruit Moths Infesting Apple Orchards in Western New York
27W. Bentley, L. Martin, S. MallekDetermining the Need to Treat San Jose Scale in Plums and Almonds
30E.R. Hannon, N.T. Kittelson, J.J. BrownHow Age Structure and Wind Influence Carpenterworm Moth Monitoring Traps in Tree Plantations
33S.D. Cockfield, E.H. BeersSusceptibility of 'Gala' and other cultivars to damage by Campylomma verbasci
36S.D. Cockfield, E.H. BeersPheromone Traps Determine Risk of Campylomma verbasci Infestation
 Biological Control
39T.M. Madsen, J.E. DunleyBiological Control of Pear Psylla in Areawide Organic Insect Pest Management
42L. Hull, G. KrawczykAn Evaluation of Cyd-X(r) in Pennsylvania Orchards for Codling Moth Control
45K. Carter, C. Vincent, J. CossentineThe Efficacy of Granulosis Virus (Virosoft CP4(r)) in Canadian Apple Orchards
48L.A. Lacey, S. Arthurs, H.L. Headrick, R. Fritts Jr.Optimizing the Use of the Codling Moth Granulovirus: Effects of Application Rate and Frequency of Spraying on Control of Codling Moth Larvae in Pacific Northwest Apple Orchards
51L.A. Lacey, D. Granatstein, H.L. Headrick, R. Fritts Jr., S. ArthursUsing Mulches to Improve the Efficacy and Persistence of Insect Specific Nematodes for Control of Overwintering Codling Moth
57D.J. Brooks, D-S. Kim, H. RiedlImpact of Several Neonicotinoid Insecticides on the Pear Psylla Predator Deraeocoris brevis in the Laboratory
58Janet Caprile and Nick MillsBiological Control of Codling Moth: Parasitoid Releases in Walnuts, Apples, Pears
 Resistance Management
60A. KnightResistance to Sex Pheromone Mating Disruption by Codling Moth? Is There a Trend Toward More Mating?
63A. Walston, H. RiedlCodling Moth Control in Oregon's Hood River Valley: Is It Resistance, Poor Timing, or Less Effective Control Programs?
66J.E. Dunley, T.M. Madsen, B.M. GreenfieldManagement of Organophosphate-Resistant Codling Moth in the field
69J. Brunner, M. Doerr, J. DunleyInsecticide Resistance in Obliquebanded Leafroller, 1997-2004
 Chemical Control/New Products
72R.J. Hilton, J.M. Benbow, P. VanBuskirkManaging Codling Moth in Southern Oregon Pear Orchards: Neonicotenoids, Novaluron, and Granulosis Virus
75Chuck A. Ingels, Robert A. Van Steenwyk, Steven C. Welter and Frances CaveEfficacy and Field Longevity of Insecticides Used for Codling Moth
78R.A. Van Steenwyk, R.M. Nomoto, S.K. Zolbrod, E.M. DavisSeasonal Efficacy Trials for Control of Codling Moth in Pears
81K.R. Granger, J.F. Brunner, J.E. Dunley, M.D. DoerrInsecticide Evaluations for Codling Moth Control in Pear and Apple
84K. Carter, C. Scott-Dupree, D. Pree, R. HarrisEvaluation of Reduced-Risk Alternative Control Programs for Insect Pests of Apple and Their Potential Impact on Beneficial Insects
87A. KnightThe Addition of the Pear Ester to Improve Insecticidal Control of Codling Moth
90W.W. Coates, R.A. Van Steenwyk, R.M. Nomoto, S.K. ZolbrodCodling Moth Control in Walnuts with Reduced Risk Insecticides
93L. Hull, G. KrawczykComplete Versus Alternate Row Middle Applications of Insecticides for Internal Lepidoptera Control
96D. Combs, H. ReissigComparison of Different Spray Schedules for Control of Oriental Fruit Moth in New York Apples, 2004
99B.S. HigbeeChemical Control of Navel Orangeworm in Almonds
102B.M. Greenfield, J.E. Dunley, T.M. MadsenControl of Pear Psylla with Neonicotinyls, and Implications for Resistance
105Diane G. Alston and Michael RedingField Efficacy of Neonicotinoids and Spinosad for Control of Western Cherry Fruit Fly in Tart Cherry
108S.K. Zolbrod, R.A. Van Steenwyk, E.M. Davis, R.M. NomotoFruit Flies-From Lab to Field
111L. Gut, K. Pelz, J. WiseSmall-Plot and On-Farm Evaluation of New Fruit Fly Controls
114Timothy J. Smith and Esteban GutierrezCherry Fruit Fly Control with GF-120 NF Bait
117J.R. Stewart, J. Stewart-LeslieProper Application of Spinosad Bait (GF-120) to Control Olive Fruit Fly
120H. Ferguson, T. Waters, R. Wight, D. WalshOrchard Floor Management and Insecticide Timing for Thrips Suppression in Cherries
123E. Beers and R. TalleyEfficacy of Insecticides for Green Apple Aphid
126E. Beers, S.D. Cockfield and R. TalleyEfficacy of Insecticides for Rosy Apple Aphid
129E. Beers and R. TalleyEfficacy of Insecticides for Tetranychid Mites
132R. Elkins, C. Ingels, B. Van Steenwyk, L. VarelaControl of Codling Moth in Organic Pear Orchards
135E. Beers, S. Cockfield and R. TalleyChemical Control of Thrips
 Biology/ Phenology
138V.P. Jones, D. Horton, C.C. Eastburn, T.D. WilburnUsing a Novel Marking Technique to Answer an Old Question: Do Predator Populations in the Ground Cover Move into the Canopy and Affect Pear Psylla?
141V.P. Jones, J.F. Brunner, C.C. Eastburn, T.D. WilburnNew and Improved Models for OBLR and PLR on Apple
144C.H. Krupke, J.F. Brunner, V.P. JonesBiology, Monitoring and Management of the Consperse Stink Bug, Euschistus conspersus: Can We Use Pheromone-Based Killing Stations?
147M. Doerr, J. Brunner, T. Smith, M. SmithBiology and Management of Bark Beetles in Stone and Pome Fruits
150W. Bentley, S. Steffen, A. MolinarBiology and Management of Forktailed Bush Katydid in Peaches
153Marshall W. Johnson, Mark W. Freeman and Richard CovielloTenlined June Beetle Impacts California Almond Production
156Y-H. Song, H. Riedl, K-B. Ahn, A. Walston, M. Omeg, S. Castagnoli, L. LongDevelopment and Validation of a Phenology Model for Predicting Cherry Fruit Fly Emergence and Oviposition in the Mid-Columbia Area
159S. Cockfield, E. Beers, E. Miliczky, D. HortonDoes Orchard Floor Management Affect Thrips Management?
162S.D. Cockfield, E.H. BeersTiming of Thrips Oviposition on Apple: Preliminary Results
 Mating Disruption/SIR
165S.C. Welter, F. CaveRapid Assessment of New Pheromone Mating Disruption Devices Using an EAG
168L. Gut, L. Stelinski, J. Miller, D. EpsteinCompetitive Attraction as a Primary Mating Disruption Mechanism and Its Implications
171D. Epstein, L. Stelinski, L. Gut, P. McGhee, J. MillerFemale-Equivalent Formulations for Control of Codling Moth and Oriental Fruit Moth
174N.G. Wiman, V.P. Jones, J.F. BrunnerEffects of Male Density and Mating Disruption on Codling Moth and Obliquebanded Leafroller Mating in Wind Tunnels and Field Cages
177N.G. Wiman, V.P. Jones, J.F. BrunnerImportance of Male Age for Mating and Population Growth of Codling Moth
180A. KnightDeveloping Ultra Low Volume Microencapsulated Sprayables for Codling Moth
183D. Light, J. Caprile, K. Reynolds, P. Bouyssounouse, M. Gross, P. Weddle, R. Fritts, B. LingrenEffects of Pear Ester Kairomone on Mating Disruption of Codling Moths in California Apples and Walnuts
186J. Nelson, R. Stocker, P. MacLean, N. Starner, J. HeathNew Methods for Application of Pheromone Mating Disruptants
189Daniel E. WaldsteinStudies with Checkmate OFM-F Sprayable Pheromone with Fluorescent Dye
192B.S. Higbee, C.S. BurksComparison of Mating Disruption With and Without Insecticides for Control of Navel Orangeworm in Almonds
195N.T. Kittelson, E.R. Hannon, J.J. BrownThe Right Timing and Enough Pheromone: Mating Disruption in Hybrid Poplars
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