Development of Action Thresholds for Management of Bactericera cockerelli and Zebra Chip Disease in Potatoes at Pukekohe, New Zealand

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Bactericera cockerelli (tomato potato psyllid, TPP) is a serious pest of potato crops, causing feeding damage and also vectoring Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum, the causal agent of the Zebra Chip (ZC) disease in potatoes. The results of 6 years of early and main crop potato trials at Pukekohe, New Zealand, are summarised and damage caused by TPP is… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s12230-014-9427-3

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@article{Walker2014DevelopmentOA, title={Development of Action Thresholds for Management of Bactericera cockerelli and Zebra Chip Disease in Potatoes at Pukekohe, New Zealand}, author={Graham P. Walker and Frances H. MacDonald and Peter J. Wright and Aleise J. Puketapu and Robin Gardner-Gee and Patrick G. Connolly and John A. Anderson}, journal={American Journal of Potato Research}, year={2014}, volume={92}, pages={266-275} }