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Kelly A. Zarka, Ria Greyling, Inge Gazendam, Dean Olefse, Kimberly Felcher, Gurling Bothma, Johan Brink, Hector Quemada, and David S. Douches

thuringiensis (Bt) sprays ( Nel et al., 2002 ). This is problematic for small-scale farmers who store their potatoes in rustic buildings or diffused light storages, which are accessible by the potato tuber moths. Thus, the only insect pest management strategy

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Holly A. Little, Rebecca Grumet, and James F. Hancock

crops (greater than 99%) are engineered for two traits, herbicide resistance and/or insect resistance using Bacillus thuringiensis ( Bt ) cry genes. In these crops, the engineered genes encode protein products that directly confer the trait of

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Gregory M. Peck, Ian A. Merwin, Michael G. Brown, and Arthur M. Agnello

thuringiensis ( Bt ), CpGV (CYD-X®), petroleum oils, pyrethrum (PyGanic® EC 1.4 II ), and spinosad (Entrust®) were used as insecticides at labeled rates. Kaolin clay particle film (Surround® WP) was used as a crop protectant. Streptomycin for fire blight and