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Overwintering Survival of Aphthona Beetles (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) : A Biological Control Agent of Leafy Spurge Released in North Dakota
TLDR
Overall emergence was too low to conduct statistical procedures in 2003 and 2004 because of temperature extremes and warm periods during the winters that may have caused Aphthona to break diapause prematurely.
Comparisons of Ecorational and Chemical Insecticides Against Crucifer Flea Beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) on Canola
TLDR
SpinTor seems to be a suitable ecorational insecticide in canola, Brassica napus L., for P. cruciferae management.
Efficacy of a 1% lambdacyhalothrin cattle Pour-on (Saber) against sucking and biting lice infesting beef cattle.
TLDR
A single treatment of 1% lambdacyhalothrin pour-on administered when lice populations were highest (January or February) provided effective season-long control of both biting and sucking lice on cattle.
Comparisons of ecorational and chemical insecticides against crucifer flea beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) on canola.
TLDR
SpinTor seems to be a suitable ecorational insecticide in canola, Brassica napus L., for P. cruciferae management.
Field Evaluation of a Crufomate Pour-On to Control The Biting Cattle Louse, Bovicola Bovis L.
A ready-to-use formulation of 32% Crufomate (Dow TF 302) was evaluated as a back line pour-on treatment to control the biting cattle louse, Bovicola bovis. One treatment of two dosage rates tested
Cankerworm Control in Shelterbelts
Imidan, Pyrocide and Dipel were consistently among the most effective insecticides applied for cankerworm control in Siberian elm shelterbelts in 1973 through 1976. Sevin, Dylox, Lorsban, Thuricide
------- Cankerworm Control in SheI terbelts
The spring cankerworm, Paleacrita vernata (Peck), and the fall cankerworm, Alsophila pome­ taria (Harris), are important as defoliators in shel­ terbelts in the northern Great Plains (Fig. 1). In