Orchard Pest & Disease Management Conference


Friday, February 22, 2019

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Research reports from the 80th annual conference

Number Author(s) Title
 Mating Disruption
1L.J. Gut, L. L. Stelinski, J.R. MillerCodling Moth Mating Disruption: Raising Expectations
3M. Grieshop, J.F. Brunner, M.D. DoerrImproving Codling Moth Mating Disruption Using New Technology
5L.L. Stelinski, L.J. Gut, J.R. MillerInsights into Codling Moth Disruption from Lab and Field Behavioral Studies
7A. Kahn, J.F. Brunner, K. Granger, M.D. DoerrFurther Advancements in Mating Disruption Technology
9S.C. Welter, F. CaveMeso-Emitters for Codling Moth Pheromone: Balancing Performance and Program Costs
11J. Nelson, P. MacLean, N. Starner, J. HeathDisrupt MicroFlake Pheromone Mating Disruptants—Summary of 2005 Test Results
13D. Light, P. Bouyssounouse, J. CaprileWombo Combo Mating Disruption: Three Years of Codling Moth Field Trials in Apples Using Dispensers with Pear Ester Kairomone and Pheromone
15G. Judd, M. Gardiner, A. Wins-PurdyFormulating Microencapsulated Pheromones with Horticultural Oil Improves Release-Rate Characteristics and Efficacy of Disruption
17H. Thistlewood, G. Judd, M. ClodiusKey Results of a 3-Year Project on SIR for Sustainable Codling Moth Management
19L. Hull, G. KrawczykUse of Two Species MD and Virus to Manage Internal Lepidoptera on Apples
21A. Agnello, H. ReissigManagement of Oriental Fruit Moth in Apples Using Different Pheromone Dispenser Technologies in Combination with In-Season Fruit Damage Inspection
23B.S. Higbee, C.S. BurksNavel Orangeworm Mating Disruption Using an Improved Puffer and Different Pheromone Blends—Biological and Damage Effects in Almonds and Pistachios
25F. Niederholzer, C. PickelCan Use of Reduced-Drift Venturi Nozzles on Airblast Sprayers Effectively Control Key Prune Orchard Pests?
27M.D. Doerr, J.F. Brunner, T.J. SmithShothole Borer Management in Washington Orchards
29B. ZollerPesticide Use in Mating Disrupted Pear Orchards 2001-2005
31A. Walston, J. Snelling, H. RiedlImplementation of Non-Organophosphate Pest Management Programs on Pears in Northern Oregon
33J.E. Dunley, T.M. MadsenAreawide Organic Pest Management: The Peshastin Creek Project, Three Years
35P. McGhee, D. Epstein, L. Gut, H. NoordijkMichigan Case Study of Regional CM Management: Can CM Mating Disruption Succeed in Diverse Agricultural Environments and Complex IPM Systems?
37Z. Jumean, R. Gries, J-P. Lafontaine, C. Wood, T. Unruh, G. Judd, G. GriesAggregation Pheromone of Larval Codling Moth: Identification and Application in IPM Programs
39V.P. Jones, G.G. Grove, J.F. Brunner, J. Tangren, E.H. BeersIPM Decision Aids for Washington Tree Fruit
41N. Rothwell, E. Taylor, J. NugentA Preliminary Look at the Alternative Pollinator, Osmia cornifrons, in Michigan Tart Cherry
 Thresholds/ Monitoring
43R.B. ElkinsMonitoring Consperse Stink Bug Using Four Trap and Lure Combinations
45H. Reissig, C. SmithTesting Codling Moth DA Lures in NY, 2005
47P. Kirsch, D. Czokajlo, J. McLaughlin, A. Moore, K. Haynes, H. FadamiroAutomated, Remote Identification and Monitoring of Moths in Flight
 Biological Control
49H. Riedl, T. Brooks, D-S. Kim, A. WalstonImpact of a Neonicotinyl Insecticide on the Mirid Predator Deraeocoris brevis in the Laboratory and Field
51D. Biddinger, L. Hull, G. KrawczykConservation and Augmentation of the Predatory Mite, T. pyri, in Pennsylvania Apple Orchards
53R. Elkins, C. Ingels, F. Niederholzer, L. WunderlichControl of Codling Moth in Pears Using Codling Moth Granulosis Virus
55S.P. Arthurs, L.A. Lacey, A. Knight, R. BehleImproving Codling Moth Granulovirus
57L. WunderlichEvaluating Granulosis Virus (Cyd-X) and Acetamiprid (Assail) for Season-Long Control of Codling Moth in Apples: Results from Two Years of Field Studies
59Z. Jumean, E. Jones, T. Unruh, G. GriesMastrus ridibundus Parasitoids Eavesdrop on Aggregating Codling Moth Larvae: Kairomonal Attraction and Risk of Parasitism
61T. Unruh, C. PetersRose-Strawberry Gardens to Enhance Parasitism of Leafrollers: A 5th Year Update
63V.P. Jones, C.C. Baker, T.R. UnruhMovement of the Leafroller Parasitoid Colpoclypeus florus Between Rose/Strawberry Gardens and Apple Orchards
65W. Bentley, S. MallekImplementing Biological Control of Oriental Fruit Moth in California Peaches
67T.M. Madsen, J.E. DunleyLooking for Biological Control of Pear Psylla
69L.A. Lacey, H.L. Headrick, S.P. Arthurs, T.R. UnruhEntomopathogenic Nematodes for Control of Overwintering Codling Moth in Orchards
 Resistance Management
71E.H. Beers, L. Martinez RochaMonitoring Tetranychid Mites for Resistance to Etoxazole
73A. Walston, J. Snelling, H. RiedlEvaluating Codling Moth Populations in Northern Oregon Pear Orchards for Organophosphate Resistance and Potential Cross-Resistance
 Chemical Control/New Products
75C. Pickel, F. NiederholzerDormant Spray Myths: Stretching the Traditional Dormant Spray to Improve Surface Water Quality from Prune Orchard Runoff
77M.W. Johnson, H. Nadel, K.M. Daane, S. OppImpacts of Weathered GF-120 Residues on Olive Fly Mortality in the San Joaquin Valley, California
79B.S. HigbeeChemical Control of Navel Orangeworm in Pistachios
81R.A. Van Steenwyk, S.K. ZolbrodSpinosad-Based Control of Walnut Husk Fly
83D. Light, P. BouyssounouseWalnut Trials Using the Codling Moth Kairomone, Pear Ester-MEC, as an Insecticide Spray Adjuvant
85W.W. Coates, R.A. Van Steenwyk, R.M. NomotoControl of Codling Moth in Walnuts with Reduced Risk Insecticides
87R.A. Van SteenwykInsecticide Evaluations for Codling Moth Control in Pears
89B.M. Greenfield, J.E. Dunley, T.M. Madsen, K.R. GrangerNew Materials for Pear Psylla Management—2005
91B.M. Greenfield, J.E. Dunley, T.M. Madsen, K.R. GrangerPear Rust Mites: Alternatives to Carzol—2005
93L. Wade, C. Schiller, J. West, A. KurtzClutch (Clothianidin) for Control of Pear Psylla in Pears
95J.L. Caprile, R.A. Van SteenwykReduced Risk Insecticide Evaluations for Apples in California
97W.W. CoatesChemical Control of Eyespotted Budmoth in Organic Apple Orchards
99K.R. Granger, J.F. Brunner, J.E. Dunley, M.D DoerrCodling Moth Control Strategies with New Chemistries
101L. Hull, G. Krawczyk, D.J. BiddingerManagement of CM and OFM on Apple with Insecticides, Water Volume and Method of Application
103L. Wade, C. Schiller, J. West, A. KurtzClutch (Clothianidin) and Battalion (Deltamethrin) for Control of Codling Moth in Pome Fruit
105E.H. Beers, L. Martinez RochaEffect of Codling Moth Programs on Integrated Mite Control in Apple
107L. Wade, C. Schiller, J. West, A. KurtzKanemite (Acequinocyl) for Control of European Red Mites and Twospotted Spider Mites in Pome Fruit
109J.C. Wise, E. Hoffman, C. VanderVoortIdentifying Multiple Modes of Insecticidal Activity for Control of the Plum Curculio in Apples
111R. Isaacs, M. Vander WerpBehavior of Neonate Endopiza viteana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) During Entry into Grapes and Its Modification by Reduced-Risk Insecticides
113W. Bentley, P. BiscayTiming of Chemical Application for Vine Mealybug Control in Grapes
115D.G. AlstonEffects of Spinosad Bait and Bait Concentration on Western Cherry Fruit Fly Adult Attraction and Fruit Injury in Sweet and Tart Cherry
117T.J. Smith, E. GutierrezNew Materials and Application Timing for Control of Cherry Fruit Fly
 Biology/ Phenology
119D. Alston, S. Steffan, M. PaceSpatial and Age Distribution of Prionus Larvae on Sweet Cherry
121E.H. Beers, E. HannonCarpenterworm Found Attacking Cherry in Washington State
123G. Judd, H. PhilipApple Clearwing Moth, Synanthedon myopaeformis (Borkhausen): Recent Introduction to Pacific Northwest Pest Complex
125S. Cockfield, E. Beers, V. Jones, E. Miliczky, D. HortonWhere Do Western Flower Thrips Come From?
127L. Teixeira, L. GutPhenology of the Eastern Cherry Fruit Fly Rhagoletis cingulata in Michigan
129N. Barcenas, T. Unruh, W. Yee, E. Lisowski, K. Archer, P. PalmandezA Search for Molecular Markers to Discriminate Rhagoletis pomonella from R. zephyria
131H. ThistlewoodCherry Fruit Fly Ecology and Management in the Agricultural-Urban Mix of the B.C. Interior
133S. Cockfield, E. Beers, K. PikeBiology and Management of Rosy Apple Aphid and Woolly Apple Aphid
135E. Miliczky, D. Horton, S. Cockfield, E. BeersSpatial and Temporal Distribution of Western Flower Thrips Eggs in Apple Tissues
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