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IPM in Australian potato crops and the threat from potato psyllid.

@inproceedings{Horne2009IPMIA,
  title={IPM in Australian potato crops and the threat from potato psyllid.},
  author={P. Horne and Jessica R. Page},
  year={2009}
}
We describe here the IPM strategy that we developed for Australian potato crops and the pests with which it must deal. The potential impact of potato psyllid on this IPM strategy is a serious concern and has the potential to destroy the strategy that is currently in place, and that some growers have used successfully for over 13 years. The main foliar pests that we must deal with are potato tuber moth (PTM) (Phthorimaea operculella), several other caterpillar species, and aphid species… Expand
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