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- Fontenot, Emily A.; Arthur, Frank H.; Nechols, James R.; Langemeier, Michael R.
- Journal of economic entomology 2013 v.106 no.3 pp. 1503
- Plodia interpunctella; aerosols; application timing; chemical control; diet; economic feasibility; esfenvalerate; fumigants; insect control; integrated pest management; methoprene; methyl bromide; mortality; pest control operators; pesticide application; pyrethrins; risk; temperature
- ... Economic evaluations of integrated pest management strategies are becoming increasingly important as restrictions on conventional insecticides continue to become more stringent and chemical control costs rise. Aerosol treatments with insect growth regulators alone and in combination with conventional contact insecticides may be a feasible alternative to expensive and highly toxic fumigants such as ...
- Oliver, Jason B.; Ranger, Christopher M.; Reding, Michael E.; Moyseenko, James J.; Youssef, Nadeer N.; Bray, Alicia M.
- Journal of economic entomology 2013 v.106 no.3 pp. 1190
- Popillia japonica; bifenthrin; clothianidin; imidacloprid; insect control; insect larvae; nursery crops; pesticide application; pests; plant nurseries; quarantine; risk; soil; trees
- ... Japanese beetle, Popillia japonica Newman (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae), is an important quarantine pest of nurseries. Nursery plant movement from P. japonica-infested regions is regulated by the U.S. Domestic Japanese Beetle Harmonization Plan (DJHP), which classifies states by risk categories. Treatments for category 2 states include preharvest soil surface treatment of nursery plants grown in fiel ...