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Biological control of leafminers and leafrollersJay F. Brunner1994HTMLPDFn/a
Mating disruption of leafrollers and codling moth.Jay F. Brunner1994HTMLPDFn/a
Pear pest management studiesEverett Burts1994HTMLPDFn/a
Mating Disruption of Codling Moth in PearJay F. Brunner1995HTMLPDFn/a
Identification of Plant and Insect-Derived Odors Perceived by Pear Psylla AdultsT.J. Weissling1996HTMLPDFn/a
Pear Psylla Biology and ManagementDavid Horton1998HTMLPDFn/a
Biology and Management of Pear PestsDavid Horton2001HTMLPDFn/a
Integrated control of grape mealybugJohn E. Dunley2001HTMLPDFn/a
Timing of Movement into Overwintering Quarters by Natural EnemiesDavid Horton2001HTMLPDFn/a
Control of apple and pear pests with SurroundJay F. Brunner2002HTMLPDFn/a
The Wenatchee Valley Pear IPM Project Ted Alway2002HTMLPDFn/a
Pear IPM: Area-wide movement patterns of psylla and its interaction with chemical use and natural enemy abundance.Tom Unruh2002HTMLPDFn/a
Development of a pesticide management program for pear psylla controlJohn E. Dunley2003HTMLPDFn/a
Application of Radio Frequency Treatments to Control Spider Mites on PearsJames D. Hansen2003HTMLPDFn/a
Laboratory and field-testing of protein markers to determine large-scale movement patterns of pests and their natural enemiesVincent P. Jones2004HTMLPDFn/a
Killing stations for Leafrollers on apple and pearPeter J. Landolt2004HTMLPDFn/a
New pest management programs for apple and pearJay F. Brunner2004HTMLPDFn/a
Chemical ecology of pear psyllaDavid Horton2005HTMLPDFn/a
Codling moth control using CpGV—with and without mating disruptionRichard Hilton2006HTMLPDFn/a
Spinosad and granulovirus effects on codling mothLawrence Lacey2006HTMLPDFn/a
Chemical ecology of pear psyllaDavid Horton2008HTMLPDFn/a
Using degree-days for timing of pear psylla controlsJohn E. Dunley2009HTMLPDFn/a
Effect of neem on biology and behavior of pear psyllaDavid Horton2009HTMLPDFn/a
Quantifying biological control of pear psylla in a cover crop system David Horton2010HTMLPDFn/a
Volatile sex attractants in pear psylla David Horton2010HTMLPDFn/a
Development of field applications for a pear psylla sex attractantChristelle Guédot2012HTMLPDFn/a
Suppression of pear psylla using elicitors of host-defensesW. Rodney Cooper2014HTMLPDFn/a
Pest management strategic plan for pears in Oregon and WashingtonJoe DeFrancesco2014HTMLPDFn/a
Efforts to disrupt winterform re-entry using repellents or attractantsDavid Horton2014HTMLPDFn/a
Conservation biological control of pear psylla in PNW pearsPeter W. Shearer2014HTMLPDFn/a
Bacterial endosymbionts of pear psyllaW. Rodney Cooper2016HTMLPDFn/a
Bacterial endosymbionts of pear psyllaW. Rodney Cooper2016HTMLPDFn/a
Tests of a sprayable pheromone formulation against winterform psyllaDavid Horton2016HTMLPDFn/a
Miticide resistance in spider mite pests of pears (PR-13-106)Elizabeth H. Beers2017HTMLPDFn/a
Suppression of pear psylla using elicitors of host-defensesW. Rodney Cooper2017HTMLPDFn/a
Pesticide resistance in pear psyllaTom Unruh2017HTMLPDFn/a
Molecular gut content analysis to pinpoint where psylla overwinterW. Rodney Cooper2018HTMLn/an/a
Fall and summer pruning to control vigor and psylla in Anjou pearStefano Musacchi2018HTMLn/an/a

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