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Tian-Ye Chen, Chang-chi Chu, Thomas J. Henneberry, and Kai Umeda

We thank Roger M. Rapanut of McK Greenhouses Company, Mesa, Ariz., for his generosity of providing the poinsettia greenhouse for this study. Twanee Wilbur, Amy Opper, and Otto Isensee helped with insect counting. We appreciate the constructive

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Durward Smith, Jay B. Fitzgerald, and George E. Meyer

147 POSTER SESSION (Abstr. 654–657) Crop Protection–Insects

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Mark A. Williams, John G. Strang, Ricardo T. Bessin, Derek Law, Delia Scott, Neil Wilson, Sarah Witt, and Douglas D. Archbold

leaves and fruit of apple scab–resistant cultivars exhibited disease or insect injury in a certified organic apple orchard. Quince rust ( Gymnosporangium clavipes ) caused the most damage, whereas damage from the major insect pests, codling moth and plum

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D.S. Lawson, S.K. Brown, J.P. Nyrop, and W.H. Reissig

measuring changes in microclimate and tree performance inside insect-exclusionary cages. The use of trade names in this publication does not imply endorsement by Cornell Univ. of the products named, nor criticism of similar ones not mentioned. Partial

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Emily C. Baisden, Douglas W. Tallamy, Desiree L. Narango, and Eileen Boyle

single native plant genera ( Fowler, 2016 ). Moreover, because native plants support the growth and development of the insects that transfer the most energy from plants to vertebrate food webs far better than nonnative plants ( Burghardt et al., 2010

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Huangjun Lu, Alan L. Wright, and David Sui

Florida facilitates lettuce production from fall through spring, but the warm and moist conditions are also favorable for insect proliferation and damage. Banded cucumber beetle, serpentine leafminer, and aphids are among the major pests causing

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J. Farias-Larios, M. Orozco, S. Guzman, and J. Perez

147 POSTER SESSION (Abstr. 654–657) Crop Protection–Insects

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Kristin L. Getter, Bridget K. Behe, and Heidi Marie Wollaeger

insect management methods, consumers valued those methods as much or more than plant price and as much or less than plant species. Labeling plants as “bee-friendly” produced a greater perceived economic value compared with plants labeled with

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David A. Bender, William P. Morrison, and Raymond E. Frisbie

This research was partially funded by ES-USDA Grant 91-EPMP-1-0005. We thank Ed Riley, Dept. of Entomology, Texas A&M Univ., for the identification of insects in this study, and Don Douglas and John Baker for technical assistance. The cost

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Jacob G. Ricker, Jessica D. Lubell, and Mark H. Brand

perennials and their cultivars. White (2016) evaluated insect visitation for 11 different native herbaceous perennial species and a single cultivar of each species. Similarly, Poythress and Affolter (2018) evaluated three native herbaceous perennial