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Biological control of leafminers and leafrollersJay F. Brunner1994HTMLPDFn/a
Mating disruption of leafrollers and codling moth.Jay F. Brunner1994HTMLPDFn/a
Pheromone lures for monitoring codling mothJay F. Brunner1997HTMLPDFn/a
Monitoring leafrollers in areawide sitesLarry Gut1998HTMLPDFn/a
Sublethal effects of Bt and propensity for resistance development in apple leafrollersLawrence Lacey1999HTMLPDFn/a
Leafroller Biology and Potential for Control with Insect Growth RegulatorsDavid Horton1999HTMLPDFn/a
Leafroller Biology and Potential for Control with Insect Growth RegulatorsDavid Horton2000HTMLPDFn/a
Management of Leafrollers in AppleAlan Knight2000HTMLPDFn/a
Leafroller Biology and Potential for Control with Insect Growth RegulatorsDavid Horton2001HTMLPDFn/a
Management of Leafrollers in AppleAlan Knight2001HTMLPDFn/a
Biology and Management of Pear PestsDavid Horton2001HTMLPDFn/a
Enhancing biological control of leafrollers through ground cover management and augmentation of alternate hosts for leafroller parasites.Jay F. Brunner2002HTMLPDFn/a
Evaluation of sprayable pheromone and attract & kill for codling moth and leafroller control Jay F. Brunner2002HTMLPDFn/a
Control of apple and pear pests with SurroundJay F. Brunner2002HTMLPDFn/a
Development of Feeding Atttractants as Monitoring Lures for moth pests of apple.Peter J. Landolt2002HTMLPDFn/a
Development of Genetic Markers for Differentiation of Intercepted Immature Lepidoptera Pests in Deciduous Fruits L. G. Neven2002HTMLPDFn/a
Feeding enhancements for insecticides targeting neonate lepidopteran larvaeMaciej A. Pszczolkowski2003HTMLPDFn/a
Development of bait-based monitoring systems for codling moth, leafrollers and lacanobia fruitwormJay F. Brunner2003HTMLPDFn/a
Use of field wind tunnels to understand mechanisms of communication disruption and improve delivery and development of multiple-species mating-disruption systemsGary Judd2003HTMLPDFn/a
RAYNOX for suppression of insects in apple and pearLarry Schrader2003HTMLPDFn/a
Leafroller Resistance to New InsecticidesMichael Smirle2003HTMLPDFn/a
Leafroller Biological Control Tom Unruh2003HTMLPDFn/a
Developing sampling plans for leafrollers and their natural enemiesVincent P. Jones2004HTMLPDFn/a
Examining the mechanisms of mating disruption in codling moth and leafrollers Vincent P. Jones2004HTMLPDFn/a
Laboratory and field-testing of protein markers to determine large-scale movement patterns of pests and their natural enemiesVincent P. Jones2004HTMLPDFn/a
Insect Responses to Induced Apple Defensive ChemistryPeter J. Landolt2004HTMLPDFn/a
Killing stations for Leafrollers on apple and pearPeter J. Landolt2004HTMLPDFn/a
New pest management programs for apple and pearJay F. Brunner2004HTMLPDFn/a
Developing behavioral-based control tactics for codling moth, leafrollers and lacanobia fruitworm.Jay F. Brunner2005HTMLPDFn/a
Biological control of leafrollers through habitat modificationTom Unruh2006HTMLPDFn/a
Use of Surfactants to Remove Surface PestsJames D. Hansen2006HTMLPDFn/a
Mechanisms underlying mating disruptionVincent P. Jones2007HTMLPDFn/a
Management of leafrollers in apple orchardsJay F. Brunner2008HTMLPDFn/a
Management of codling moth and leafrollers in apple orchardsJay F. Brunner2010HTMLPDFn/a
Interaction of dispersal and management of CM and OBLRVincent P. Jones2010HTMLPDFn/a
Digital traps for automated monitoring of insect populations Johnny Park2010HTMLPDFn/a
Optimizing attract and kill to enhance control of apple pestsJay F. Brunner2013HTMLPDFn/a
Monitoring leafrollers and codling moth with one non-pheromone lure Alan Knight2013HTMLPDFn/a
Identification of resistance to codling moth and leafroller in Malus Jay F. Brunner2014HTMLPDFn/a
Models to assess pesticide impacts on CM, OBLR and C. nigricornisVincent P. Jones2015HTMLPDFn/a

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