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Raymond A. Cloyd

pathogens; chemical ecology; insecticide resistance; coping with stress; population dynamics; feeding injury; transmission of plant viruses; chemical control; cultural control; host–plant resistance; biological control; monitoring and forecasting; integrated

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Neel Kamal and Christopher S. Cramer

onion bulb crop in Brazil was reported by Pozzer et al. (1999) . Developing or finding onion germplasm that exhibits reduced thrips feeding injury, resistance or both to onion thrips can be important in developing IYS-resistant cultivars ( Al

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Laura Pickett Pottorff and Karen L. Panter

growers in all areas of the Unites States. This pest not only causes feeding injury to flowers and foliage, but it also is a potential vector of tospoviruses such as tomato spotted wilt and impatiens necrotic spot viruses ( Figs. 2 and 3 ). These two

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William E. Klingeman, Gretchen V. Pettis, and S. Kristine Braman

promoting research products through outreach and marketing HortScience 41 1263 1268 Klingeman, W.E. Braman, S.K. Buntin, G.D. 2000 Evaluating grower, landscape manager and consumer perceptions of azalea lace bug (Heteroptera: Tingidae) feeding injury J. Econ

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Fernando A. De Villena, Vincent A. Fritz, Jerry D. Cohen, and William D. Hutchison

based on previous observations and the need to achieve significant levels of feeding injury while preventing total defoliation. These three larval density treatments were randomly assigned within each block. Each treatment was comprised of four plants

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Elsa S. Sánchez, Ermita Hernández, Mark L. Gleason, Jean C. Batzer, Mark A. Williams, Timothy Coolong, and Ricardo Bessin

cucumber beetles during the exposure period, possibly facilitating feeding injury and bacterial wilt development once covers were redeployed. The impact of delaying rowcover removal on early harvest was variable. In PA, RC10 had the most ( P < 0.05) fruit

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Christopher S. Cramer, Narinder Singh, Neel Kamal, and Hanu R. Pappu

sustainable means for long-term thrips and IYS control is the development of cultivars that have an increased tolerance or resistance to the virus, thrips damage, and/or reduced thrips feeding injury. Several evaluations of onion cultivar suitability as thrips

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David Campbell, Ali Sarkhosh, Jeffrey K. Brecht, Jennifer L. Gillett-Kaufman, Oscar Liburd, Juan Carlos Melgar, and Danielle Treadwell

, haustellate, and rasping-type insect feeding injury was unaffected by bagging. Fruit fly [ Zaprionus indianus ( Gupta )] oviposition was not observed in 2018, but in 2019, unbagged fruit had over five times more larval feeding holes compared with bagged fruit

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Grant T. Kirker, Blair J. Sampson, Cecil T. Pounders, James M. Spiers, and David W. Boyd Jr

Chlorosis, photosynthesis, and transpiration of azalea leaves after azalea lace bug (Heteroptera: Tingidae) feeding injury J. Econ. Ent. 89 900 995 Chappell, M. Robacker, C. 2006 Leaf wax extracts of four deciduous

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Jozer Mangandi, Sydney Park Brown, and Natalia Peres

significantly different among rose cultivars ( Table 2 ). ‘Mrs. B.R. Cant’ had the lowest DSI, but it was not different from ‘Old Blush’ and “Bailey Red”. The remaining three OGR were the most susceptible to the feeding injury: ‘Spice’, ‘Duchesse de Brabant