Optimizing Use of Codling Moth Granulovirus: Effects of Application Rate and Spraying Frequency on Control of Codling Moth Larvae in Pacific Northwest Apple Orchards

@inproceedings{Arthurs2005OptimizingUO,
  title={Optimizing Use of Codling Moth Granulovirus: Effects of Application Rate and Spraying Frequency on Control of Codling Moth Larvae in Pacific Northwest Apple Orchards},
  author={Steven Paul Arthurs and Lawrence A. Lacey and Robert Washburn Fritts},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract New formulations of the codling moth, Cydia pomonella (L.), granulovirus (CpGV) [family Baculoviridae, genus Granulovirus] are commercially available in North America. In field tests on apple (Malus sp. ‘Delicious’), we compared different application strategies for CpGV (Cyd-X, Certis USA, Clovis, CA) used in full-season programs against high pest populations. In replicated single tree plots, three rates (0.073, 0.219, and 0.438 liter ha−1) and application intervals (7, 10, and 14 d… Expand
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