Potato Virus Y transmission efficiency for some common aphids in Idaho

@article{Halbert2008PotatoVY,
  title={Potato Virus Y transmission efficiency for some common aphids in Idaho},
  author={Susan E. Halbert and Dennis L. Corsini and Monica A. Wiebe},
  journal={American Journal of Potato Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={80},
  pages={87-91}
}
Green tile pan trap counts during the potato-growing season showed thatCapitophorus elaeagni (32%),Diuraphis noxia (27.7%), andMetopolophium dirhodum (15%) were the most abundant aphid species in potato fields at Aberdeen, Idaho.Acyrthosiphon pisum (22%),C. elaeagni (19%), andMetopolophium dirhodum (19%) were the most abundant species in potato fields at Tetonia, Idaho potato seed production areas. Eight species of aphids found to visit potato fields (C. elaeagni, D. noxia, M. dirhodum, Myzus… CONTINUE READING