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Brian A. Kahn, John P. Damicone, Kenneth E. Jackson, James E. Motes and Mark E. Payton

48 POSTER SESSION 1D (Abstr. 045–050) Insects & Pests—Cross-commodity

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Brent V. Brodbeck, Julieanne Stavisky, Peter C. Andersen and Joseph E. Funderburk

48 POSTER SESSION 1D (Abstr. 045–050) Insects & Pests—Cross-commodity

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A. Golmirzaie, D.P. Zhang, L. Nopo, C.A. Newell, A. Vera and F. Cisneros

48 POSTER SESSION 1D (Abstr. 045–050) Insects & Pests—Cross-commodity

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Douglas A. Hopper and Julie A. McIntyre

48 POSTER SESSION 1D (Abstr. 045–050) Insects & Pests—Cross-commodity

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J. Farias-Larios, M. Orozco, S. Guzman and A. Gutiirrez

48 POSTER SESSION 1D (Abstr. 045–050) Insects & Pests—Cross-commodity

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Peter C. Andersen, Brent V. Brodbeck and Russell F. Mizell III

48 POSTER SESSION 1D (Abstr. 045–050) Insects & Pests—Cross-commodity

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Lisa G. Neven

quality. ‘Bartlett’ pears are one of the few fruits that cannot tolerate most traditional postharvest quarantine treatments designed to control insect pests like CM or OFM. Therefore, these fruit are not commonly exported to markets restricting these

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David Granatstein and Kent Mullinix

( Cydia pomonella ), the key insect pest of apple and a serious pear pest. Production leveled off in 2000, when prices for organic apples and pears declined ( Granatstein et al., 2006 ). Production is expanding again, with large retailers such as Wal

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Jack D. Fry and Raymond A. Cloyd

progeny with ‘Meyer’. The bluegrass billbug is the most common insect pest of cool-season turfgrass including kentucky bluegrass ( Poa pratensis L.) and perennial ryegrass ( Lolium perenne L.). In addition, fine-leaf ( Festuca spp.) and tall fescue

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Kathleen Delate, Andrea McKern, Robert Turnbull, James T.S. Walker, Richard Volz, Allan White, Vincent Bus, Dave Rogers, Lyn Cole, Natalie How, Sarah Guernsey and Jason Johnston

, 2006 ) and that meet production area constraints and market demands. Insect pest and disease management, weed control, and plant nutrition are also important issues for organic apple growers ( Ames and Kuepper, 2004 ; Swezey et al., 2000 ; Weibel