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Karly S. Geller, Margaret J. Melbye, Richard R. Rosenkranz, Candice Shoemaker, and David A. Dzewaltowski

-age children’s gardening self-efficacy ( Evans et al., 2012 ; Poston et al., 2005 ), preference for fruit and vegetables ( Morris and Zidenberg-Cherr, 2002 ; Ratcliffe et al., 2011 ), fruit and vegetable asking behaviors ( Heim et al., 2009 ) and fruit and

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Raymond A. Cloyd, Cindy L. Galle, Stephen R. Keith, and Kenneth E. Kemp

etoxazole (TetraSan; Valent U.S.A. Corporation, Walnut Creek, CA). The persistence or longevity and efficacy of translaminar miticides are important so as to provide long-term protection against the TSM under greenhouse conditions. As such, we decided to

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Raymond A. Cloyd and Amy Dickinson

, relatively minimal information exists in the literature on the effect of growing medium moisture content on the survival and development of fungus gnats, Bradysia spp., which is important when conducting efficacy trials. Efficacy trials are designed to

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Carlos R. Quesada, Adam Witte, and Clifford S. Sadof

and formulation rates tested for efficacy against armored and soft scale. We conducted experiments with four species of economically important scale insects to determine how these different insecticides controlled soft and armored scales. Calico and

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Raymond A. Cloyd and Amy L. Raudenbush

management strategy that includes scouting, cultural control, sanitation, physical control, and biological control ( Bielza, 2008 ; Cloyd, 2009b ; Hoy, 1998 ). Certain fungicides have been demonstrated to increase the efficacy of pyrethroid

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William B. Miller

solution may be used to dip numerous bulbs without loss of efficacy. For example, at least 55 lily bulbs can be dipped into 1 L of paclobutazol or uniconazole ( Ranwala et al., 2005 ) and 100 hyacinth bulbs can be dipped into 1 L of flurprimidol ( Krug et

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J.L. Bi and N.C. Toscano

. Application of these insecticides is only recommended to suppress high adult whitefly populations in mid or late season after the efficacy of imidacloprid or pyriproxyfen applied at transplanting or early season diminishes ( Liu and Meister, 2001 ; Polumbo et

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Christopher A. Proctor and Zachary J. Reicher

are not currently labeled for use in turf, the objective of our study was to conduct herbicide screens to determine the efficacy of PRE or POST herbicides labeled for turfgrass to control purslane. Materials and Methods Preemergence and POST herbicide

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Matthew D. Jeffries, Travis W. Gannon, W. Casey Reynolds, Fred H. Yelverton, and Charles A. Silcox

superior efficacy on soilborne fungi, nematodes, and weeds; however, due to its classification as a Class I ozone-depleting substance, methyl bromide use in turfgrass systems was phased out in the first decade of the 21st century ( United Nations

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Tyler Cooper, Leslie L. Beck, Chase M. Straw, and Gerald M. Henry

phytotoxicity. Therefore, the objective of our research was to evaluate the efficacy of metamifop for common bermudagrass control in a greenhouse environment. Materials and methods Experiments were conducted at the Plant and Soil Science greenhouse facility at