Integrating Spring Wheat Sowing Density with Variety Selection to Manage Wheat Stem Sawfly

@inproceedings{Beres2011IntegratingSW,
  title={Integrating Spring Wheat Sowing Density with Variety Selection to Manage Wheat Stem Sawfly},
  author={Brian L. Beres and H{\'e}ctor A. C{\'a}rcamo and R. -C. Yang and D. M. Spaner},
  year={2011}
}
Th e wheat stem sawfl y (Cephus cinctus Norton (Hymenoptera: Cephidae)) (WSS) has been a serious pest of wheat (Triticum aesti- vum L.) since the late 19th century. Adoption of solid-stemmed cultivars, which are available only in the spring bread wheat class in Canada, can mitigate damage but the trait that confers resistance tends to be variable. Five other classes of wheat are grown within the geographical range of C. cinctus and are vulnerable to WSS infestation, and the entire production… CONTINUE READING

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