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Monitoring and Control of CampylommaElizabeth H. Beers1996HTMLPDFn/a
Validation of Aphid Sampling Schemes in the Yakima ValleyD. F. Mayer1996HTMLPDFn/a
Biology, behavior and management of cutworms Jay F. Brunner2000HTMLPDFn/a
Leafroller Biology and Potential for Control with Insect Growth RegulatorsDavid Horton2000HTMLPDFn/a
Management of Leafrollers in AppleAlan Knight2000HTMLPDFn/a
Plant Based Repellents for Codling mothPeter J. Landolt2000HTMLPDFn/a
Assessing Codling Moth Overwintering MortalityTom Unruh2000HTMLPDFn/a
Irradiation and Heat Disinfestation Treatments for Apple MaggotG. J. Hallman2001HTMLPDFn/a
Plum curculio biology, host range, distribution, and control in UtahDiane G. Alston2001HTMLPDFn/a
Effect of herbivory and water stress on pome fruit photosynthesis and productivityElizabeth H. Beers2002HTMLPDFn/a
Control of apple and pear pests with SurroundJay F. Brunner2002HTMLPDFn/a
Identification of chemical attractants from apple foliage and fruit for codling moth.Peter J. Landolt2002HTMLPDFn/a
Identification, biology and insecticide resistance of green apple aphid and spirea aphid.Tom Lowery2002HTMLPDFn/a
Monitoring and control of stink bugsJay F. Brunner2002HTMLPDFn/a
Plum curculio biology, host range, distribution, and control in UtahDiane G. Alston2003HTMLPDFn/a
Biology, ecology and management of Western flower thrips in apple orchardsElizabeth H. Beers2003HTMLPDFn/a
Acquisition of a Agilent 5973N Bundled Gas Chromatograph with Chemical Ionization and Mass Selective DetectorVincent R. Hebert2003HTMLPDFn/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
Management of Codling Moth with a Bisexual ‘Attract and Kill’ FormulationAlan Knight2003HTMLPDFn/a
Development of feeding attractants for control of moths pests of apple.Peter J. Landolt2003HTMLPDFn/a
Optimization of chemical attractants for the spotted cutwormPeter J. Landolt2003HTMLPDFn/a
RAYNOX for suppression of insects in apple and pearLarry Schrader2003HTMLPDFn/a
Lygus Bug and Western Flower Thrips Ecology in Washington State Apple OrchardsD.B. Walsh2003HTMLPDFn/a
Stink bug behavior and control in orchardsJay F. Brunner2004HTMLPDFn/a
Lygus bug thresholds, cultural and biological control in Washington State apple orchardsD.B. Walsh2004HTMLPDFn/a
Survey of codling moth organophosphate resistance and associated tolerances to other pesticidesJohn E. Dunley2004HTMLPDFn/a
Assessing the Chemical Release Behavior of Mating Disruption Products in Orchard AirVincent R. Hebert2004HTMLPDFn/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
Understanding Codling Moth Behavior – A Prerequisite to Effective MDAlan Knight2004HTMLPDFn/a
Monitoring Codling Moth with the DA LureAlan Knight2004HTMLPDFn/a
Removing Female Codling Moths From OrchardsAlan Knight2004HTMLPDFn/a
Insect Responses to Induced Apple Defensive ChemistryPeter J. Landolt2004HTMLPDFn/a
Killing stations for Leafrollers on apple and pearPeter J. Landolt2004HTMLPDFn/a
Optimizing Ammonia with Traps to Manage Apple Maggot in WashingtonWee Yee2004HTMLPDFn/a
Re-evaluation of Host Usage By Apple Maggot in WashingtonWee Yee2004HTMLPDFn/a
New pest management programs for apple and pearJay F. Brunner2004HTMLPDFn/a
Feeding behavior, thresholds, and pheromone trapping of Campylomma verbasciElizabeth H. Beers2005HTMLPDFn/a
Management of Codling MothAlan Knight2005HTMLPDFn/a
Identification of extra-orchard host plants and habitats for key natural enemies of pome fruit pests suitable for manipulation or conservationEugene Miliczky2005HTMLPDFn/a
Lygus bug thresholds, cultural and biological control in Washington State apple orchardsD.B. Walsh2005HTMLPDFn/a
Biology, migration, and management of western flower thrips in apple orchardsElizabeth H. Beers2006HTMLPDFn/a
Biology and Management of Secondary Pests of Apple Elizabeth H. Beers2006HTMLPDFn/a
Genetic Markers to Identify Pests of Quarantine Importance.Tom Unruh2006HTMLPDFn/a
Alternate Hosts of Apple Maggot as a Threat to Apples Wee Yee2007HTMLPDFn/a
Control of Apple Maggot Using Bait Spray Insecticides and Traps Wee Yee2007HTMLPDFn/a
Temperate Fruit Fly Workshop Wee Yee2007HTMLPDFn/a
DNA and morphometric diagnosis for apple and snowberry fliesWee Yee2008HTMLPDFn/a
Apple maggot host attractantsWee Yee2008HTMLPDFn/a
Apple maggot host attractantsWee Yee2009HTMLPDFn/a
DNA and morphometric diagnostics for apple and snowberry maggot flies Wee Yee2009HTMLPDFn/a
Management of codling moth and leafrollers in apple orchardsJay F. Brunner2010HTMLPDFn/a
Identification of Bt toxin targets in codling moth larvaeStephen F. Garczynski2010HTMLPDFn/a
DNA and morphometric diagnostics for apple and snowberry maggot flies Wee Yee2010HTMLPDFn/a
Digital traps for automated monitoring of insect populations Johnny Park2010HTMLPDFn/a
Integrated biological control of woolly apple aphidElizabeth H. Beers2011HTMLPDFn/a
Wooly Apple Aphid resistance in advanced rootstock selectionsGennaro Fazio2011HTMLPDFn/a
Assay development to monitor insecticide resistance in codling mothStephen F. Garczynski2011HTMLPDFn/a
Defining natural enemy biology and phenology to improve IPMVincent P. Jones2011HTMLPDFn/a
Chlorochroa ligata pheromone and development of management strategies Jay F. Brunner2012HTMLPDFn/a
Pheromone technology for management of codling moth and leafrollersJay F. Brunner2012HTMLPDFn/a
Evaluating use of sterile codling moth in apple IPM programsJay F. Brunner2012HTMLPDFn/a
Identification of critical physiological targets in codling mothStephen F. Garczynski2012HTMLPDFn/a
Optimizing attract and kill to enhance control of apple pestsJay F. Brunner2013HTMLPDFn/a
Enhancing BC in apples: how do conventional and organic systems differ? Vincent P. Jones2014HTMLPDFn/a
Integrating codling moth granulovirus into conventional orchardsAlan Knight2014HTMLPDFn/a
Amblydromella caudiglans: A new predatory mite for Washington applesElizabeth H. Beers2015HTMLPDFn/a
Codling moth attract-and-kill with kairomonal lures Peter J. Landolt2017HTMLPDFn/a
Chemical mediation of aggregation by brown marmorated stink bugPeter J. Landolt2017HTMLPDFn/a
Development and validation of pest and natural enemy models Vincent P. Jones2017HTMLPDFn/a
Dynamics of woolly apple aphids on organic and conventional orchardsDavid Crowder2018HTMLn/an/a
Economic Impact of Apple Maggot Infestation in WashingtonR. Karina Gallardo2018HTMLn/an/a
Cold Tolerance, Diapause, and Survival of Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs (Halyomorpha halys) (Jan 2018) Jason Irwin2018HTMLn/an/a
Season-long protection of apples from codling moth using kairomonal mass trapping. Peter J. Landolt2018HTMLn/an/a
Cold Tolerance, Diapause, and Survival of Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs (Halyomorpha halys) (Sept 2018)Jason Irwin2018HTMLn/an/a
Cold Tolerance, Diapause, and Survival of Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs (Halyomorpha halys) Jason Irwin2019HTMLn/an/a
Kairomones for monitoring and control of native and invasive mothsAlan Knight2019HTMLn/an/a

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